IVF Success Rate By Age | What Impacts Your IVF Success?

IVF success rate above 45 and under 35

Significant innovations and advances in Assisted Reproductive have been made with the intention of improving success rates which range from 10% to 70% depending on the indications for IVF. Worldwide, more than 9 million babies have been born with the aid of IVF, and other advanced fertility treatments and success rates continue to improve. This blog will delve into the…

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What are the signs of unhealthy sperm?

top 5 signs of unhealthy sperms

A semen analysis will let us know about the health of the sperm. The volume, count, motility, and morphology are a few important factors that are evaluated. Sperm health can be affected by different problems, thereby affecting men’s fertility potential. Some of the signs that may indicate unhealthy sperm include decreased sperm motility, the sperm count and abnormal morphology. Read more…

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What is embryo grading? Day 3, Day 5, Success Rates

Understanding Embryo Grading

Embryo grading helps fertility specialists to evaluate the quality of embryos so that the best embryo(s) is/are transferred. They rely on this tool for desirable outcomes. Embryos are checked and ranked based on visual criteria with the help of a high-powered microscope. Through microscopic examination, embryos are categorized as ‘good’, ‘average’ or ‘poor’ quality based on certain criteria such as…

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Adenomyosis vs. Uterine Fibroids: What’s the Difference?

adenomyosis vs uterine

Adenomyosis is the presence of endometrial glands within the musculature of the uterus. Adenomyotic areas are not enclosed by a fibrous capsule. Adenomyosis may be diffuse or may be localised. Adenomyosis is frequently found together with other uterine issues like endometriosis. Read on to know more about Adenomyosis vs. Uterine Fibroids. Table of Content Adenomyosis vs. Uterine Fibroids: Are they…

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What is Asthenozoospermia? – Diagnosis, Causes and Treatment

Asthenozoospermia diagnosis and treatment

Asthenozoospermia ( or Asthenospermia) means suboptimal sperm motility. Motility is the ability of the sperm to move forward swiftly and in a straight manner. In other words, it also decreases the chances of sperm fertilizing the egg in the female reproductive tract. Table of Content Diagnosis Causes Treatment How is Asthenozoospermia and infertility related? FAQs It is accompanied by oligospermia…

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Difference Between Azoospermia And Oligospermia

Azoospermia and Oligospermia

Oligospermia and Azoospermia are medical conditions that can cause infertility in men. Oligospermia refers to having a significant measure of sperm seen in your semen; this amount is lesser than the actual numbers. On the other hand, Azoospermia refers to no sperm in your semen. A sperm count of or above 15 million sperm/ml is normal. But if your sperm…

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Bulky Uterus: Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

bulky uterus and its symptoms

What is a Bulky Uterus? A bulky uterus is regarded as the general term for an enlarged-shaped uterus. The uterus turns bulky because it grows during the period of pregnancy. In some non-pregnant conditions, the uterus grows due to musculature, its endometrial glands and even through its connective tissue. It is observed that the normal measurement of a non-pregnant uterus…

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Follicular Study: Purpose, Procedure, and Success Rate

follicular monitoring

Follicular monitoring or follicular studies are undertaken to see the progress of growing follicles. This can be done on a natural or hormonal stimulation cycle. The monitoring is preferably done with transvaginal ultrasound, although some women may prefer to have an abdominal ultrasound to monitor the follicles. The procedure is usually started on Day 1 or Day 2 of the…

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7 Steps to Getting Pregnant With Blocked Fallopian Tubes

Fallopian tubes are two tubular structures originating from the upper part of the uterus. A healthy fallopian tube is 10–13 cm long and is a curly organ. It is equipped with Celia and muscles which allow contraction and relaxation of the tubular wall, thus permitting the movements of the egg and the sperm so that they can meet inside the…

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Thin Endometrium Lining | Symptoms, Causes & Treatments

Thin Endometrium Lining Symptoms, Causes & Treatments

The endometrium is the bed of the uterine cavity. It is soft and like a cushion. It is the essential part of the uterus because it is here that the embryo implants, is nurtured and grows to be born after 9 months ultimately. The endometrium develops over 3 weeks of the month until a week after ovulation. If it receives…

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