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One of the main gynecologists of the city, Dr. Ramnik Sabharwal in Karol Bagh has built up the center and has picked up a reliable customer base in the course of recent years and is likewise much of the time went to by a few superstars, trying models and other noteworthy customers and universal patients also. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Dr. Ramnik Sabharwal | Fertility Treatment India | Infertility Treatment for Couples | Elawoman


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Dr. Ramnik Sabharwal Fertility Treatment India
Infertility Treatment for Couples
Elawoman One of the main gynecologists of the
city, Dr. Ramnik Sabharwal in Karol Bagh has
built up the center and has picked up a reliable
customer base in the course of recent years and
is likewise much of the time went to by a few
superstars, trying models and other noteworthy
customers and universal patients also. They
likewise anticipate extending their business
further and giving administrations to a few more
patients attributable to its prosperity in the
course of recent years. The productivity,
devotion, exactness and sympathy offered at the
center guarantee that the patient's prosperity,
solace and needs are kept of best need. The
facility is outfitted with most recent sorts of
hardware and brags exceedingly progressed
careful instruments that assistance in
experiencing fastidious medical procedures or
strategies. Finding the social insurance focus is
simple as it is New Rohtak Rd. Dr. Ramnik
Sabharwal is a main Gynecologist, Obstetrician
and Infertility Specialist with a rich affair of
more than 16 years in this field. Dr. Ramnik
Sabharwal is prepared in Minimally Invasive and
Robotic Surgeries. Dr. Ramnik Sabharwal is Top
Gynecologist Obstetrician in Karol Bagh, Delhi.
Dr. Ramnik Sabharwal rehearses at Shree Jeewan
Hospital, Karol Bagh, New Delhi. Dr. Ramnik
Sabharwal is MBBS, MS . Shree Jeewan Hospital is
a 52 bed Multispecialty Hospital, built up in
1920, giving thorough therapeutic care. We have
all around outfitted three present day activity
theaters, clinical lab, E.C.G. also, ultrasound
office. Our treatment offices with innovatively
propelled hardware and frameworks are altogether
supported by the
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aptitude and notoriety of the Hospital's
specialists, occupant specialists, medical
attendants and paramedics. Shree Jeewan Hospital
is a 52 bed Multispecialty Hospital, set up in
1920, giving thorough restorative care. We have
very much outfitted three present day Operation
Theaters and 24 hours clinical lab, X-beam,
E.C.G. also, ultrasound office with 24 hours
Emergency. Our treatment offices with
mechanically propelled gear and frameworks are
altogether supported by the skill and notoriety
of the Hospital's advisors, occupant specialists,
medical caretakers and paramedics.
We have 15 specialists recorded in Shree Jeewan
Hospital with extensive data about the
specialist including capability, encounter,
training, systems and conditions treated,
aptitude and that's only the tip of the iceberg.
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Infertility evaluation can be expensive, and
sometimes involves uncomfortable procedures.
Many medical plans may not reimburse the cost of
Fertility Treatment India. Finally, there's no
guarantee even after all the testing and
counseling that you'll get pregnant.
Male fertility requires that the testicles
produce enough healthy sperm, and that the sperm
is ejaculated effectively into the woman's vagina
and travels to the egg. Tests for male
infertility attempt to determine whether any of
these processes are impaired. You may have a
general physical exam, including examination of
your genitals. Specific fertility tests may
include Semen analysis. Your doctor may ask for
one or more semen specimens. Semen is generally
obtained by masturbating or by interrupting
intercourse and ejaculating your semen into a
clean container. A lab analyzes your semen
specimen. In some cases, sperm may be tested for
in the urine. Hormone testing. You may have a
blood test to determine the level of testosterone
and other male hormones. Genetic testing.
Genetic testing may be done to determine whether
there's a genetic defect causing infertility.
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Other specialty testing. In rare cases, other
tests to evaluate the quality of the sperm may
be performed, such as evaluating a semen specimen
for DNA abnormalities. Fertility for women
relies on the ovaries releasing healthy eggs. Her
reproductive tract must allow an egg to pass
into her fallopian tubes and join with sperm for
fertilization. The fertilized egg must travel to
the uterus and implant in the lining. Tests for
female infertility attempt to determine whether
any of these processes are impaired. You may
have a general physical exam, including a regular
gynecological exam. Specific fertility tests may
include Ovulation testing. A blood test
measures hormone levels to determine whether
you're ovulating. Hysterosalpingography.
Hysterosalpingography (his-tur-o-sal-ping-GOG-ruh-
fee) evaluates the condition of your uterus and
fallopian tubes and looks for blockages or other
problems. X-ray contrast is injected into your
uterus, and an X-ray is taken
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to determine if the cavity is normal and ensure
the fluid spills out of your fallopian
tubes. Ovarian reserve testing. This testing
helps determine the quality and quantity of the
eggs available for ovulation. This approach often
begins with hormone testing early in the
menstrual cycle. Other hormone testing. Other
hormone tests check levels of ovulatory hormones,
as well as pituitary hormones that control
reproductive processes. Imaging tests. Pelvic
ultrasound looks for uterine or fallopian tube
disease. Sometimes a hysterosonography
(his-tur-o-suh-NOG-ruh-fee) is used to see
details inside the uterus that are not seen on a
regular ultrasound.
Depending on your situation, rarely your testing
may include Hysteroscopy. Based on your
symptoms, your doctor may request a hysteroscopy
to look for uterine or fallopian tube disease.
During hysteroscopy, your doctor inserts a thin,
lighted device through your cervix into your
uterus to view any potential abnormalities. Lapa
roscopy. This minimally invasive surgery involves
making a small incision beneath your navel and
inserting a thin viewing device to examine your
fallopian tubes, ovaries and uterus. A
laparoscopy may identify endometriosis, scarring,
blockages or irregularities of the fallopian
tubes, and problems with the ovaries and uterus.
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Genetic testing. Genetic testing helps determine
whether there's a genetic defect causing
infertility. Not everyone needs to have all, or
even many, of these tests before the cause of
infertility is found. You and your doctor will
decide which tests you will have and
when. Men's options can include treatment for
general sexual problems or lack of healthy
sperm. Treatment may include Altering lifestyle
factors. Improving lifestyle and behavioral
factors can improve chances for pregnancy,
including discontinuing select medications,
reducing/eliminating harmful substances,
improving frequency and timing of intercourse,
establishing regular exercise, and optimizing
other factors that may otherwise impair
fertility. Medications. Certain medications may
improve a man's sperm count and likelihood for
achieving a successful pregnancy. These medicines
may increase testicular function, including
sperm production and quality. Surgery. In select
conditions, surgery may be able to reverse a
sperm blockage and restore fertility. In other
cases, surgically repairing a varicocele may
improve overall chances for pregnancy. Sperm
retrieval. These techniques obtain sperm when
ejaculation is a problem or when no sperm are
present in the ejaculated fluid. They may also be
used in cases where assisted reproductive
techniques are planned and sperm counts are low
or otherwise abnormal. Treatment for women
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Although a woman may need just one or two
therapies to restore fertility, it's possible
that several different types of treatment may be
needed before she's able to conceive. Stimulatin
g ovulation with fertility drugs. Fertility drugs
are the main treatment for women who are
infertile due to ovulation disorders. These
medications regulate or induce ovulation. Talk
with your doctor about fertility drug options
including the benefits and risks of each
type. During Intrauterine Insemination, healthy
sperm are placed directly in the uterus around
the time the woman's ovary releases one or more
eggs to be fertilized. Depending on the reasons
for infertility, the timing of IUI can be
coordinated with your normal cycle or with
fertility medications. Surgery to restore
fertility. Uterine problems such as endometrial
polyps, a uterine septum or intrauterine scar
tissue can be treated with hysteroscopic
surgery. Infertility is the incompetence to get
pregnant after a year of unprotected
intercourse. Both male and female can be
responsible for infertility. Talking about
infertility in women, female Infertility
Treatment in India is vital for them who are
trying to get pregnant but are still unsuccessful
despite for more than a year of unprotected
intercourse. Therefore it is vital for couples to
seek proper medical assistance. How does age
affect fertility in Women? Women are born with a
finite number of eggs. Thus, as the reproductive
years progress, both the number and the quality
of the eggs diminish. It has been estimated that
the chances of having baby decease by 3 to 5
per year after the age of 30 years. This
reduction in fertility is noted to a much greater
extent after the age of 40.
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Infertility is relatively common it occurs in
about 11 percent of reproductive age couples.
Fortunately, with help from today's Fertility
Treatment and advanced reproductive
technologies, more than 80 percent of couples
with infertility problems will get
pregnant. Infertility Causes- Leads to Female
Infertility Treatment Female infertility leads
various health problems. Some of the female
infertility causes are Damage to fallopian
tubes Fallopian tubes carry eggs from the
ovaries to the uterus, if damaged, it prevents
the contact between the egg and the sperm. Some
important diseases and surgeries such as pelvic
infections, endometriosis, and pelvic surgeries
may lead to scar formation and can damage the
fallopian tube as well. Improper hormonal
changes Many women suffer from various problems
during ovulation, the most common being when the
release of an egg from the ovary and thickening
of the endometrium (lining of the uterus) in the
preparation for the fertilized egg do not occur.
The problems may be detected using body
temperature charts, ovulation predictor kits and
blood tests to detect hormone levels. Cervical
problems Some women have a cervical condition in
which the sperm cannot pass through the cervical
canal. This is because of the production of mucus
or a previous surgical procedure performed on
that area cause blockage.
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Epileptic According to research conducted,
reproductive abnormalities and infertility are
two or three times more common in Epileptic
females. This is because epileptic seizures can
lead to an increase in the serum prolactin level
and fluctuation in womens reproductive
hormones. Around 50 of the female population
are reported to suffer from menstrual
abnormalities and higher frequency of irregular
ovulation cycle that adversely lead to pregnancy
problems or infertility. New method of female
Infertility Treatment for Couples can help to
avert the pregnancy problems or complications.
Endometriosis It occurs when the endometrial
tissue implants and grows outside of the uterus,
affecting the function of the ovaries, uterus,
and fallopian tubes, as a result, leads to
pregnancy complications and is one of the major
female infertility causes. Uterine fibroids In
this case, the structure of the uterus is not
hospitable for the foetus. This is caused by the
presence of Polyps and fibroids. Their abnormal
growth can affect around 70-80 women who are
above the age of 50 years. Uterine fibroids are
noncancerous lumps that develop in or outside a
womans uterus (womb) leading heavy bleeding
during pregnancy, an urge to frequent urination,
painful sex, and infertility in women.
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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) It is a
condition caused by imbalanced hormones in the
reproductive system of females resulting in the
decrease in the egg production and thus reduces
the chance of getting pregnant.
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