IVF Treatment In India- IVF Treatment in Delhi - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

IVF Treatment In India- IVF Treatment in Delhi

Description:

We Care India IVF Clinic is India's leading fertility center in Delhi, India. We provide male & female infertility treatment, confidential counseling for test tube baby. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:43

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: IVF Treatment In India- IVF Treatment in Delhi


1
What Is IVF.
In vitro fertilisation (IVF) is a process by
which an egg is fertilized by sperm outside the
body. The process involves monitoring a woman's
ovulatory process, removing ovum or ova (egg or
eggs) from the woman's ovaries and letting sperm
fertilise them in a fluid medium in a laboratory
and then transferring it to the patient's uterus
with the intention of establishing a successful
pregnancy.
2
Why IVF Is Needed.
In vitro fertilisation (IVF) is one of several
techniques available to help couples with
fertility problems to have a baby.
  • Those Fertility Problems Includes -
  • Endometriosis
  • Low sperm counts
  • Problems with the uterus or fallopian tubes
  • Problems with ovulation
  • Antibody problems that harm sperm or eggs
  • The inability of sperm to penetrate or survive
    in the cervical mucus
  • An unexplained fertility problem

3
Who Can Have IVF.
  • Women under 40
  • women under 40 years should be offered three
    cycles of IVF treatment on the NHS if-
  • you have been trying to get pregnant through
  • regular unprotected intercourse for two
    years.
  • Women aged 40 to 42
  • women aged between 40 and 42 should be offered
    one cycle of IVF on the NHS if-
  • you have been trying to get pregnant through
  • regular unprotected intercourse for a total
    of two
  • years
  • you have not been able to get pregnant after
    12
  • cycles of artificial insemination
  • you have never had IVF treatment before
  • you show no evidence of low ovarian reserve
    (this
  • is when eggs in the ovary are impaired or
    low in
  • number)

4
How IVF is performed.
Step one Suppressing the natural monthly
cycle You are given a drug that will suppress
your natural menstrual cycle. This is given
either as a daily injection (which you'll be
taught to give yourself) or as a nasal spray. You
continue this for about two weeks.
5
Step two Boosting the egg supply Once your
natural cycle is suppressed, you take a fertility
hormone called FSH (follicle stimulating
hormone). These fertility hormones are known as
Gonadotrophins. This is another daily injection
that you give yourself, usually for about 12
days, but it can vary depending on your response.
6
Step three checking on progress The clinic
will keep an eye on you throughout the drug
treatment. You will have vaginal ultrasound scans
to monitor your ovaries and, in some cases, blood
tests. About 34-36 hours before your eggs are due
to be collected, you'll have a final hormone
injection that helps your eggs to mature.
7
Step four Collecting the eggs For the egg
collection, you'll be sedated and your eggs will
be collected under ultrasound guidance. This
involves a needle being inserted through the
vagina and into each ovary. The eggs are then
collected through the needle.
8
Step five Fertilising the eggs The eggs that
have been collected are mixed with your partner's
or the donor's sperm in the laboratory. After
16-20 hours they're checked to see if any have
been fertilised. The cells that have been
fertilised (embryos) continue to grow in the
laboratory for one to five days before being
transferred into the womb. The best one or two
embryos will be chosen for transfer. After egg
collection, you will be given medicines, either
progesterone or hCG (chorionic gonadotrophin), to
help prepare the lining of the womb to receive
the embryo. This is given either as a pessary
(which is placed inside the vagina) or an
injection
9
Step six Embryo transfer Women under 37 in
their first IVF cycle should only have a single
embryo transfer. In their second IVF cycle they
should have a single embryo transfer if one or
more top-quality embryos are available. In the
third IVF cycle, no more than two embryos should
be transferred. Women aged 3739 years in the
first and second full IVF cycles should also have
single embryo transfer no more than two embryos
should be transferred. For women aged 40-42
years, double embryo transfer can be considered.
All multiple embryo replacements carry the risk
of a multiple pregnancy and birth.
10
For More Details.
  • We Care Health Services
  • 26/18 West Patel Nagar
  • New Delhi 110008
  • Phone 91- 9210565782, 91-9716039639
  • Email medical.wecareindia_at_gmail.com
  • Website http//www.indiahospitaltour.com/ivf/ivf-
    india.html
About PowerShow.com