Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

–Infertility is actually termed as the inability to conceive after 12 months of unprotected intercourse or within one year of trying. Infertility may occur from an issue with either of the partners, or several combination of elements that are related to pregnancy.

Yes, you can have fertility assessment even if you are not planning to get pregnant right now.   The concept is to prevent infertility and hopefully diminish the demand for fertility treatments. It involves fertility counseling, risk assessment followed by transvaginal sonography in women and sperm sample in men. Profertility counseling may help a couple to know their present status regarding fertility and how they can behave in order to achieve their desired family size in the years ahead

After the age of 35, the fertility of women drops. This is mainly due to decrease in number of eggs as well as aging which leads to poorer quality of eggs. The best time to conceive is between 25-30 years of age
  • Couples with both fallopian tubes blocked
  • Male partner with very low or nil sperm count
  • Women with premature ovarian failure or menopause
  • Failure to conceive other infertlity treatments.
  • Women with endometriosis, genital tuberculosis, pre cancer treatment or unexplained infertility.

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