Parenthood is one of life’s choicest blessing. While it comes naturally to many but for approximately one in every ten couples medical help is needed due to Infertility. At SCI IVF Hospital we have a dedicated team of doctors, nurses, embryologists, and administrative staff that assist you every step of your journey. Our team has been trained in some of the most prestigious institutes of the world and with our high end medical infrastructure we can offer you the best care during your treatment. It’s where life begins and we are with you every step of the way.
IVF or in vitro fertilization is the alternative procedure opted by couples who have difficulty conceiving a child. The technique involves the collection of mature eggs and their fertilization with sperms in a laboratory.
Male infertility is actually the medical condition in which the sperms are responsible for the lack of pregnancy. It can only be established if there is failure of confection despite unprotected sexual activity for more than twelve months.
Ovulation is the process of the release of eggs from one of the ovaries. In women, this process takes place once a month, particularly at the time of their menstrual cycle.
Laser-assisted hatching is a cutting-edge technique used in conjunction with IVF to improve the embryo’s chances of implantation.
Intrauterine Insemination is a type of artificial insemination process and a subset of assisted-reproductive techniques. In it, the sperm are collected beforehand and inserted into the uterus of the woman, near the egg.
The term blastocyst is given to a human embryo that has grown 5 to 6 days after fertilization. It is basically the stage of embryo development that is very important before it is implanted in the mother’s uterus.
The lack of sperm in the ejaculate is known as azoospermia. It can be caused by a blockage of the genital ducts (as in the event of a vasectomy) or by sperm production in the testicles being weak or nonexistent.
The embryo biopsy procedure is used to determine the quality of an embryo and to look for chromosomal or genetic abnormalities. It’s usually done on those who are at a high risk of acquiring a chromosomal abnormality or a genetic illness.
The prospective mother’s ovaries are artificially stimulated in new IVF rounds to generate a larger number of mature eggs. The eggs are then extracted via a process known as a follicular puncture or ovum pick-up (OPU) and then fertilized in the lab using the husband’s or donor sperm.