How to choose the Right IVF Clinic in India, 2023

Dr. K D Nayar, IVF Specialist When choosing the right IVF clinic in India in 2023, there are several factors you should consider. Here's a step-by-step guide to help you make an informed decision: Research the reputation and success rates: Look for clinics with a strong reputation and high success rates in fertility treatments. Read online reviews, testimonials, and check the clinic's website for success rate data. This information can give you an idea of the clinic's expertise and track record. Check the clinic's accreditation and certifications: Ensure that the clinic you choose is accredited and certified by relevant national or international organizations. Accreditation ensures that the clinic follows standard protocols and maintains quality care. Evaluate the expertise of the medical team: Assess the qualifications, experience, and expertise of the doctors and specialists at the clinic. Look for doctors who are board-certified in reproductive medicine and have a so

3D USG A Boon for Infertility

3D USG A Boon for Infertility A newer modality three-dimensional ultrasound (3D USG) technology, that has developed three decades ago, has been a great help in diagnosis of infertility patients. It was initially used in obstetrics; however, its success raised interest about its potential in gynecology. Studies so far demonstrated that 3D USG can be a useful and, in some areas, an indispensible tool in evaluation of the gynecology patient. As in two-dimensional ultrasound (2D USG), transvaginal approach is preferred in gynecologic examination with 3D USG. The transducer is held still close to the area of interest, and a quick sweep at the desired angle is performed. Acquired data are used to obtain a volume. The electronically stored data are processed to display three orthogonal planes. These planes can be rotated or moved as desired, and can be united to form a single 3D image. Manipulation of the acquired volume data is possible to examine a specific structure, such

Causes and Treatment for implantation Faliure(IF)

Implantation Faliure (IF) Some infertile couples undergo many IVF cycles and produce good quality embryos but the embryos consistently fail to implant. This is called Implantation Failure (IF). The process of implantation involves two main components, a healthy embryo that should have the potential to implant and a receptive endometrium that should enable implantation. Maternal: Inadequate endometrial receptivity (65% of IF): IF might be due to undiagnosed uterine pathology mainly hyperplasia, polyps, endometritis, synechiae or fibroids. Decreased endometrial receptivity could be because of thin lining, altered expression of adhesive molecules, immunological factors or thrombophlias. Embryonic Genetic & chromosomal cause (30% of IF): High rate of chromosomal abnormalities in human embryos is responsible for IVF failure in majority of cases. Multifactorial: (5% of IF): Patients with endometriosis have decreased ovarian response, embryo quality, implantation & pregnancy

Fertility Preservation: Egg, Embryo and Sperm Freezing

Fertility Preservation Egg, Embryo and Sperm Freezing Akanksha IVF Centre preservation service is designed to protect and preserve your fertility for the future. We specialize in providing fertility care for patients who have cancer or where their fertility is at risk. Female Fertility Preservation There are many young women whose fertility may be threatened by serious diseases and other issues like menopause . Fertility preservation aims to protect and preserve fertility for the future using various treatment options. For women, these can range from the freezing of eggs, embryos, and ovarian tissue Egg freezing (oocyte cryopreservation): It is the process of storing a woman’s unfertilized eggs for use in the future and is considered an established option for women, with thousands of babies born worldwide from this technique in the last few years. Dr. KD Nayar, Chief Specialist at Akanksha IVF Centre utilizes this way of preserving the potential for fertility in women whose i

Infertility and fibroid are they linked?

Dr. K D NAYAR IVF Specialist, India   So many different factors can play a role in affecting your ability to get pregnant and deliver a healthy baby. One potential factor which affects women of reproductive age is uterine fibroids which is a common condition in reproductive age group. What are Fibroids? Uterine fibroids are benign (non-cancerous) tumors that occur in the muscle tissue of the uterus. Women usually have more than one fibroid and they vary in size and location; their size is often described by fruit, e.g., the size of a grapefruit. They can change both the size and shape of the uterus and affect the cervix. It is size and location that often affect whether you experience symptoms, experience infertility and need treatment. There are three major different types of fibroids that differ based on where they are located: Subserosal are in the outer wall of the uterus (55%) Intramural are found in the muscular layers of the uterine wall