Frequently Asked Questions

My age is 32 years, I am trying to conceive since a year. My gynecologists has done all the tests, everything is normal. So what should I do? Should I undergo IVF? If so then what are the chances of pregnancy in my case?

It is good that you still want to go for IVF even after repeated failure. This positive attitude has helped many women in treating infertility. As you said your reports are normal, but you did not mention anything about your husband’s semen analysis. Semen analysis is also important in males to check the healthy quantity and quality analysis of the sperms. This is also equally responsible to conceive. So get a semen analysis of your husband done, if everything is normal then you can definitely opt for IVF treatments. Success rates are 50-60% after the start of the treatment.

I am newly married women aged 28 years, my menses are irregular since my first menses. I want to conceive now, so how can I correct my irregular menses?

Irregular menses may be due to polycystic ovarian diseases, thyroid problems and any more. It may be different in every female. So it is better to consult a gynaecologist, to elicit the cause. They will screen you for routine blood investigations, hormone analysis and USG abdomen and pelvis. Then after the cause is known, they will start with the recommended treatment soon after you will start getting your regular monthly cycles. This can help you to conceive.

I am a female with regular cycles, I am recently diagnosed with the blocked fallopian tubes? Can I still get pregnant? If yes, then what kind of corrections may it require?

Yes, female with blocked fallopian tubes can also get pregnant. The doctor may ask you to undergo hystersalpingography (HSG) tests or diagnostic laparoscopy. These procedures are conducted to see the interior of the tubes for any blockages or adhesions. They can also correct the blockage in the same sitting if necessary. This increases your chances of pregnancy.

I am a female, aged 26 years and I am diagnosed with fibroids recently. Doctor has advised for the laparoscopic surgery, my family is bit worried. Does this surgery has any side effects?

Fibroids are the noncancerous growths within the female uterus, which result in infertility. This has to be corrected by surgery alone. And laparoscopic surgery for this fibroid removal is considered as standard way. This surgery has advantages of faster recovery period, minimal injury to the tissues with very minimal side effects. So make your family assured of this surgery. This will also increase your chances of pregnancy too. All the best!

I am 35 years female. My married life is 10 years for now. Till now I cannot become pregnant as my husband’s sperm count is very less. We have tried visiting all the doctors, but in vain. Is there any treatment to increase his sperm count? Or is there any other techniques to conceive?

Yes. You can opt for the ICSI (Intracytoplasmic sperm injection) treatment. This is a specialized artificial reproductive therapy where the single capable sperm is directly injected into the female egg under special techniques. This increases the pregnancy chances upto 60-80 % after the treatment. Although there are no specific treatment for the increase of the sperm count, this technique can be successfully carried out with the less number of sperms only.Other techniques include donor sperm, where you can also take the donated sperms from the infertility centres which also has the positive results. Consult our specialist once for more details.

I am a career oriented women, aged 29 years. My family wants a child from us. But I and my husband both want to still postpone the pregnancy. The reason behind my family’s pressure is, increased infertility cases in recent years. We understand their concern, but we do not want the child now. Are there any middle way out to satisfy us both?

Yes, there’s a way for you both. A technique called as embryo freezing can be done. In this procedure, your fertile egg and husband’s sperm is fertilized in an invitro media, and the resultant embryo is then kept for freezing in a laboratory under specific conditions for up to the period of 10 years. When you plan for pregnancy, your embryo is implanted in your uterus to achieve pregnancy. This is widely been followed by many career oriented women nowadays in India.