Q7. Is it possible to get pregnant if I’ve had a tubal sterilization?
Although it is a permanent form of contraception, patients also have the option of surgically joining fallopian tubes through a procedure called a Microscopic...Read More
Q6. Are miscarriages common following Infertility Treatment?
No, infertile women who get pregnant after fertility treatment have a similar chance of miscarriage as fertile couples. The overall risk is just about...Read More
Q5. Any measures to be taken in order to improve the chances of a thriving pregnancy?
Avoid taking extra pressure from overwork both mental and physical. Smoking and drinking can also be harmful to eggs & sperm and even passive smoking...Read More
Q4. What role does Endoscopy play in Infertility?
Laparoscopy is specifically helpful in finding out and efficiently treating endometriosis or pelvic adhesions (scar issue). The incisions done are quite...Read More
Q3. What other diagnostic tests can be performed?
Apart from the three basic tests – a Vaginal Sonography can be done to check the ovaries, the endometrial lining and to see if there are any fibroids...Read More
Q2. How to tell if I am infertile & how can I find out the cause of my infertility?
Infertility is not being able to conceive even after a year of unprotected intercourse. Mainly, there are three types of tests which are required to determine...Read More
Q1. For how long a period of time should a couple try to conceive before seeking advice from a specialist?
Couples who have recently stopped contraception, the average pregnancy rate per month is about 20%. In case of a typical couple, it actually means that...Read More