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  • IVF - In Vitro FertilizationOpen or Close

    IVF – in vitro fertilization known as spontaneous fertilization is advised after weighing all the aspects of fertility. In certain cases, two or three IVF Cycles may be required. We keep the costs low, as the cumulative expenses can be cut down, and can thereby encourage the concept of IVF as a multiple cycle treatment. The IVF, when accepted as a course of treatment, encourages the success probability. The phases include

    • Initial consultation and counselling

    • Gynaecological examination, Ultrasound examination, laboratory analysis of sperm, sperm preparation for Fertilization, echo pick up catheter and aspiration of eggs, laboratory preparation of oocytes, culture and control in vitro, permanent monitoring of embryo development, embryo transfer and ech transfer catheter etc.

    • STD test (Hepatitis B, C, Syphilis, HIV)

    • Anaesthesia for egg retrieval

    • Fertilization via ICSI

    • Continual monitoring of embryo development

    • Prolonged culture or Blastocyst transfer accordingly

    • Assisted Hatching

    • Cryopreservation of remaining embryos after the transfer via vitrification

    • Storage of embryos for 1 yearl

    • Transfer of cryopreserved embryos

  • PICSI Open or Close

    PICSI improves pregnancy rates considerably and reduces the chances of abortions. This procedure helps to determine sperm selection for ICSI in a more precise way, almost as it happens in human biology. The selected sperms are placed in PICSI dish containing samples of hyaluronan hydrogel. Hyaluronan is a naturally occurring biopolymer found in all human cells, including the gel layer surrounding the oocyte.

    • Mature, biochemically competent sperm binds itself to the hyaluronan where they can be isolated as used for ICSI. These naturally competent sperms reveal less DNA damage, and have fewer chromosomal aneuploidies.
    • These are mostly recommended in the following cases:
    • Previous total failure or low fertilization even after ICSI
    • Low embryo quality or their failure to develop
    • Repeated abortions
  • PGD / PGSOpen or Close

    Preimplantation genetic diagnosis / Preimplantation genetic Screening and Aneuluoidy Prediction. PGD & PGS are highly sophisticated scientific techniques to test embryos for specific genetic or chromosomal abnormalities. These are mostly recommended for patients who are at a risk of a variety of inherited conditions, including birth defects and genetic disorders.


    Assisted hatching technique helps certain embryos to hatch out of its layer to establish contact with the uterus cells. These are executed mostly in connection with PICSI and extended embryo culture.

  • SPERM FREEZINGOpen or Close

    This is the freezing of the spermatozoa in advance. It is mostly considered during egg or sperm donation programme. The frozen sperms are used for fertilization during consecutive visits as well.

  • ICSI - Intra-Cytoplasmic Sperm InjectionOpen or Close

    It is the injection of one sperm is directly into the egg cytoplasm using precise methods and an accurate apparatus. This method is helpful in cases such as:

    • abnormal semen analysis findings such as a low sperm concentration or a high level of abnormal sperm with low motility.
    • fertilization using sperm surgically extracted from testicles or the epididymis (using MESA / TESA techniques)

    This breakthrough approach in assessing human embryos consists of scanning and analyzing embryo development. The continuous non-invasive embryo monitoring supports an exact measurement of the phases and approximately predicts the developmental abilities of human embryos.

    • The early stages of human embryo development is correlated to the cell cycle timing and the embryo quality. Embryo imaging with detection of abnormal divisions helps to identify the best embryos within the first 2-3 days of their in-vitro culture.
    • Non-invasive embryo imaging allows to detect abnormal changes and helps to avoid miscarriages. The time-lapse technology is being used for noninvasive embryonal aneuploidy prediction.

    The continuous monitoring of the embryo development gives specific information about the dynamics of the cell divisions and helps to determine whether the healthiest embryos are suitable for transfer even during the first few days of culturing. Culture duration are also influenced by the following factors:

    • endometrial development
    • possible occurrence of hyperstimulation syndrome.
    • time necessary for gentic screening of biopsy cells during PGD / PGS

    Embryo vitrification is the process of freezing the embryos. The embryos can actually be preserved for use at a later time as well. The reasons for embryo vitrification can be:

    • to preserve surplus embryos
    • to freeze all the embryos due to a. risk of hyperstimulation syndrome.