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A Complete Eye Care Destination,is superspeciality wing of Rana Hospital & Test Tube Baby Center Brijinder S Rana is the director of EYESITE All eye Disorders including complicated ones like stem cell transplant, ocular trauma, Diabetic Retinopathy are treated here with complete precision. EYESITE ensures high quality total eye care for all patients and has pioneered the latest technologies for eye care in india. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Rana Hospital & Test Tube Baby Center | Dr. Vijaydeep Kaur | ElaWoman blog


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Rana Hospital Test Tube Baby Center Dr.
Vijaydeep Kaur ElaWoman
Rana Hospital Test Tube Baby Center
Rana Hospital, An Eye and Maternity
Hospitallt/stronggt, is a fully equipped centre
located in heart of ludhiana (near city
centre).It is state of art hospital with all
facilities under one roof. A Complete Eye Care
Destination,is superspeciality wing of Rana
Hospital Test Tube Baby Center Brijinder S
Rana is the director of EYESITE All eye Disorders
including complicated ones like stem cell
transplant, ocular trauma, Diabetic Retinopathy
are treated here with complete precision. EYESITE
ensures high quality total eye care for all
patients and has pioneered the latest
technologies for eye care in india. Mother and
Childnbsp care is Managed bynbsp Dr.Vijaydeep
Kaur A full array of state-of-the-art equipment
and a high-safety environment enables doctors to
diagnose and treat patient problems accurately,
safely and effectively. We offer services to
suit all pregnant women and their families.
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Dr. Vijaydeep Kaur
Dr. Vijaydeep Kaur (rana Hospital) in Basant
Vihar, Ludhiana is a top player in the category
Gynaecologist Obstetrician Doctors in the
Ludhiana. This well-known establishment acts as
a one-stop destination servicing customers both
local and from other parts of Ludhiana. Over the
course of its journey, this business has
established a firm foothold in its
industry. The belief that customer satisfaction
is as important as their products and services,
have helped this establishment garner a vast base
of customers, which continues to grow by the
day. This business employs individuals that are
dedicated towards their respective roles and put
in a lot of effort to achieve the common vision
and larger goals of the company. In the near
future, this business aims to expand its line of
products and services and cater to a larger
client base. In Ludhiana, this establishment
occupies a prominent location in Basant Vihar.
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Treatments Infertility
  • If you are infertile, your doctor will go over
    your health history, medications, sexual
    history, and your sex habits, like how often you
    have sex. Men will get a physical exam and often
    a sperm analysis, which tests the health of his
    sperm.
  • For women, testing begins with a medical history
    and physical exam, including a pelvic exam. The
    doctor then makes sure that she ovulates
    regularly and her ovaries are releasing the
    eggs. Blood tests are taken to measure hormone
    levels. The ovaries and uterus may be examined
    by ultrasound, and a specific X-ray test can
    check the uterus and fallopian tubes. In about
    80 of couples, the cause of Infertility is
    either an ovulation problem, blockage of the
    fallopian tubes, or a sperm problem. In 5-15
    of couples, all tests are normal, and the cause
    is not known.
  • What Are the Treatments for Infertility? In men,
    fertility is treated with
  • Surgery, if the cause is a varicoele (widening of
    the veins in the scrotum) or a blockage in the
    vas deferens, tubes that carry sperm.

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  • Antibiotics to treat infections in the
    reproductive organs.
  • Medications and counseling to treat problems with
    erections or ejaculation.
  • Hormone treatments if the problem is a low or
    high level of certain hormones.
  • In women, infertility is treated with
  • Fertility drugs and hormones to help the woman
    ovulate or restore levels of hormones
  • Surgery to remove tissue that is blocking
    fertility (such as endometriosis) or to open
    blocked fallopian tubes
  • Infertility in men and woman can also be treated
    with assisted reproductive technology, or ART.
    There are several types of ART
  • IUI (intrauterine insemination) Sperm is
    collected and the placed directly inside the
    woman's uterus while she is ovulating.
  • IVF (in vitro fertilization) The sperm and egg
    are collected and brought together in a lab. The
    fertilized egg grows for 3 to 5 days days. Then
    the embryo is placed in the woman's Uteru.
  • GIFT (gamete intrafallopian transfer) and ZIFT
    (zygote intrafallopian transfer) The sperm and
    egg are collected, brought together in a lab, and
    quickly placed in a fallopian tube. With GIFT,
    the sperm and eggs are placed into the fallopian
    tube. With ZIFT, a fertilized egg is placed into
    the tube at 24 hours.
  • C-Section (Cesarean Section)

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one-third of babies in the United States,
according to the Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention. Cesarean deliveries are generally
avoided before 39 weeks of pregnancy so the
child has proper time to develop in the womb.
Sometimes, however, complications arise and a
cesarean delivery must be performed prior to 39
weeks.
  • Why a cesarean delivery is done
  • A cesarean delivery is typically performed when
    complications from pregnancy make traditional
    vaginal birth difficult, or put the mother or
    child at risk. Sometimes cesarean deliveries are
    planned early in the pregnancy, but theyre most
    often performed when complications arise during
    labor.
  • Reasons for a cesarean delivery include
  • baby has developmental conditions
  • babys head is too big for the birth canal
  • the baby is coming out feet first (breech birth)
  • early pregnancy complications
  • mothers health problems, such as high blood
    pressure or unstable heart disease
  • mother has active genital herpes that could be
    transmitted to the baby

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The risks of a cesarean delivery
  • A cesarean delivery is becoming a more common
    delivery type worldwide, but its still a major
    surgery that carries risks for both mother and
    child. Natural childbirth remains the preferred
    method for the lowest risk of complications. The
    risks of a cesarean delivery include
  • bleeding
  • blood clots
  • breathing problems for the child, especially if
    done before 39 weeks of pregnancy
  • increased risks for future pregnancies
  • infection
  • injury to the child during surgery
  • longer recovery time compared with vaginal birth
  • surgical injury to other organs
  • adhesions, hernia, and other complications of
    abdominal surgery
  • You and your doctor will discuss your birthing
    options before your due date. Your doctor will
    also be able to determine if you or your baby are
    showing any signs of complications that would
    require a cesarean delivery.

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