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The Femiint Fertility Centre offers you just that, seamlessly providing the entire gamut of services, be it simple advice like counselling, pre-conception investigations, ovarian stimulation or simple procedures like
IUI (Intra uterine insemination) or the use of complex techniques such as IVF treatment (In vitro fertilization) or advanced ICSI ( Intra cytoplasmic Sperm Injection), laser hatching or PGD (Pre-implantation Gestational Diagnosis).



About Femiint Fertility

The Femiint Fertility Centre offers you an entire gamut of services, be it simple advice like Counselling, Pre-conception investigations, Ovarian stimulation or simple procedures like IUI (Intra-uterine Insemination) or the use of complex techniques such as IVF treatment (In-Vitro Fertilization) or advanced ICSI ( Intra-Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection), laser hatching or PGD (Pre-implantation Gestational Diagnosis).

At Femiint Fertility, no concern is too small. After all, you come before the science. Our full time- expert Gynecologists, Embryologists, Andrologists and Clinical Psychologists specially trained in infertility issues will be available to interact, counsel and help with every medical or emotional issue stemming from infertility. We pride ourselves in being your fertility specialist partners from pre-conception till the beginning of your journey to parenthood.

Treatments we offer

IUI stands for intrauterine insemination, is a process that involves injecting the sperm directly into the uterus. IUI increases the number of sperm to reach the egg in turn maximise the chance of pregnancy.

IUI is used to treat

  • Unexplained infertility
  • Women with cervical mucus problem
  • Ejaculation dysfunction
  • Women who wants to conceive with the help of a sperm donor.

Fertility drugs are recommended to stimulate ovulation and monitored carefully so that IUI procedure can be carried out around the time of ovulation.

Semen is separated from the seminal fluid and the sperm is inserted directly into the uterus with the help of catheter. By placing the sperm directly into the uterus, it increases the possibility of conception.

In vitro fertilization (IVF), the assisted reproductive technology (ART) is commonly known as ‘the test tube baby’.

IVF is the most preferred method of treating women who struggle to conceive naturally. Here, the eggs and sperms are collected and combined manually in a laboratory dish for fertilization. The fertilized eggs develop into embryos and these embryos are later transferred into the uterus.

Typically, a day care procedure.
ICSI refers to Intracytoplasmic sperm injection, an IVF technique that involves direct injection of sperm into egg. ICSI is originally developed to treat male infertility and is highly recommended because the success rate is around 90%. The early stages of ICSI are same as IVF procedure which involves ovarian stimulation, egg retrieval, sperm collection and then injection of each sperm into each egg and later the embryos are transferred into the uterus. This technique maximises the fertilization and increase the chances of pregnancy.

Typically, a day care procedure.
Blastocyst culture is a technique developed to increase the pregnancy rate with IVF. In this procedure,the embryos are cultured for 5 to 6 days in the laboratory to develop to the blastocyst stage.
This extended culture helps the embryologist to select a most competent embryo at the time of transfer. Since the embryos are transferred at the blastocyst stage the chance of pregnancy is very high.
However, patients with one or two good quality embryos at day 3 are advised to go ahead with day 3 embryo transfer because not all the embryos develop into a good-quality blastocyst. Embryo assessment is crucial for IVF procedure.

Frozen Embryo Transfer involves freezing of remaining embryos from the fresh IVF cycle (after the embryo transfer). Embryo can be stored up to 10 years and if the first cycle is failed, these frozen
embryos can be thawed and used in the subsequent cycle or for the siblings in the future.
In few cases, the embryo transfer is cancelled due to medical conditions such as Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS). So, all those embryos can be frozen and used in the next cycle.

FET reduces the strain on woman’s body and also reduces the negative side effects of ovarian stimulation, required for the repeated egg retrieval in fresh IVF cycles.
FET success rate depends on quality of the frozen embryos how well they survive the thawing. Studies suggest that success rate of FET has dramatically increased.

PESA and TESA are two methods used for sperm retrieval. Azoospermia is a condition where there is zero sperm in the semen. Obstructive azoospermia (zero sperm count) is caused by the blockage in the reproductive tract. Men with obstructive azoospermia may be able to father a child by using sperm retrieval (aspiration) techniques such as PESA (Percutaneous Epididymal Sperm Aspiration),TESE (Testicular Sperm Extraction), etc.
This painless procedure involves aspiration of sperm directly from the epididymis or testis followed by IVF or ICSI for fertilization. Sperm retrieval is the best treatment choice for Obstructive azoospermia.
Egg donation or oocyte donation helps women who cannot produce their own eggs, mostly
associated with older age. In this procedure, the (anonymous) donor egg is used for fertilization. It is much the same as IVF except the egg is sourced from a donor, and the resultant embryo is later transferred into the infertile woman.

Surrogacy involves a carrier (third party), to carry an embryo that was formed from the egg of a woman who cannot deliver a baby safely. The carrier (surrogate mother) make an agreement to return the infant to the intended parents.

Types of Surrogacy

The intended parents provide the embryo by IVF/ICSI which is transferred into the uterus of surrogate mother known as host surrogacy.

In this procedure the egg of surrogate mother is fertilized by the sperm of male patient partner by IUI. Thus, the carrier act as both egg donor and the surrogate. In this procedure the female partner has no genetic link to the baby.

As per the contract the intended parents have to provide the medical, nutrition and overall healthcare for the surrogate.

Laparoscopy is a surgical procedure used to diagnosis infertility or to treat a fertility problem. It involves making one, two, or three very small incisions in the abdomen, through which the doctor inserts a laparoscope and specialized surgical instruments. Laparoscopy allows the fertility specialist to see abnormalities that might interfere with a woman’s ability to conceive a pregnancy. The most common problems are endometriosis, pelvic adhesions, ovarian cysts, and uterine fibroids.

To know more visit us on www.femiintfertility.in

The genetic integrity of the sperm is essential for the success of fertilization and normal embryo development. Sperm DNA fragmentation refers to the abnormality of the sperm genome, which may lead to male infertility.
Studies show that high sperm fragmentation does not affect fertilization or embryo cleavage stages but affect the subsequent blastocyst development. It also significantly compromises the possibility of successful pregnancy in assisted conception treatment. Higher the DNA fragmentation, higher the chance of miscarriages. High sperm DNA fragmentation is also found in men with poor and normal
semen parameters.

DNA fragmentation cannot be detected in the semen analysis, but there are many sperm DNA fragmentation tests available to assess the sperm at the molecular level.

Change in the lifestyle and treatment may help to reduce the levels of DNA fragmentation.
Semen freezing is a form of fertility preservation. It allows you to store your sperm indefinitely, so that you can hopefully have biological children in the future. Sperm count and quality decrease with age, so men can freeze their sperm while they are young. Sperm freezing also helps people who start treatment such as chemotherapy or surgery that jeopardize the quality of sperm.
IUI
IUI stands for intrauterine insemination, is a process that involves injecting the sperm directly into the uterus. IUI increases the number of sperm to reach the egg in turn maximise the chance of pregnancy.

IUI is used to treat

  • Unexplained infertility
  • Women with cervical mucus problem
  • Ejaculation dysfunction
  • Women who wants to conceive with the help of a sperm donor.

Fertility drugs are recommended to stimulate ovulation and monitored carefully so that IUI procedure can be carried out around the time of ovulation.

Semen is separated from the seminal fluid and the sperm is inserted directly into the uterus with the help of catheter. By placing the sperm directly into the uterus, it increases the possibility of conception.

IVF
In vitro fertilization (IVF), the assisted reproductive technology (ART) is commonly known as ‘the test tube baby’.

IVF is the most preferred method of treating women who struggle to conceive naturally. Here, the eggs and sperms are collected and combined manually in a laboratory dish for fertilization. The fertilized eggs develop into embryos and these embryos are later transferred into the uterus.

Typically, a day care procedure.
ICSI
ICSI refers to Intracytoplasmic sperm injection, an IVF technique that involves direct injection of sperm into egg. ICSI is originally developed to treat male infertility and is highly recommended because the success rate is around 90%. The early stages of ICSI are same as IVF procedure which involves ovarian stimulation, egg retrieval, sperm collection and then injection of each sperm into each egg and later the embryos are transferred into the uterus. This technique maximises the fertilization and increase the chances of pregnancy.

Typically, a day care procedure.
Blastocyst Culture
Blastocyst culture is a technique developed to increase the pregnancy rate with IVF. In this procedure,the embryos are cultured for 5 to 6 days in the laboratory to develop to the blastocyst stage.
This extended culture helps the embryologist to select a most competent embryo at the time of transfer. Since the embryos are transferred at the blastocyst stage the chance of pregnancy is very high.
However, patients with one or two good quality embryos at day 3 are advised to go ahead with day 3 embryo transfer because not all the embryos develop into a good-quality blastocyst. Embryo assessment is crucial for IVF procedure.
Frozen Embryo Transfer

Frozen Embryo Transfer involves freezing of remaining embryos from the fresh IVF cycle (after the embryo transfer). Embryo can be stored up to 10 years and if the first cycle is failed, these frozen
embryos can be thawed and used in the subsequent cycle or for the siblings in the future.
In few cases, the embryo transfer is cancelled due to medical conditions such as Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS). So, all those embryos can be frozen and used in the next cycle.

FET reduces the strain on woman’s body and also reduces the negative side effects of ovarian stimulation, required for the repeated egg retrieval in fresh IVF cycles.
FET success rate depends on quality of the frozen embryos how well they survive the thawing. Studies suggest that success rate of FET has dramatically increased.

PESA/TESA
PESA and TESA are two methods used for sperm retrieval. Azoospermia is a condition where there is zero sperm in the semen. Obstructive azoospermia (zero sperm count) is caused by the blockage in the reproductive tract. Men with obstructive azoospermia may be able to father a child by using sperm retrieval (aspiration) techniques such as PESA (Percutaneous Epididymal Sperm Aspiration),TESE (Testicular Sperm Extraction), etc.
This painless procedure involves aspiration of sperm directly from the epididymis or testis followed by IVF or ICSI for fertilization. Sperm retrieval is the best treatment choice for Obstructive azoospermia.
Egg Donation
Egg donation or oocyte donation helps women who cannot produce their own eggs, mostly
associated with older age. In this procedure, the (anonymous) donor egg is used for fertilization. It is much the same as IVF except the egg is sourced from a donor, and the resultant embryo is later transferred into the infertile woman.
Surrogacy

Surrogacy involves a carrier (third party), to carry an embryo that was formed from the egg of a woman who cannot deliver a baby safely. The carrier (surrogate mother) make an agreement to return the infant to the intended parents.

Types of Surrogacy

The intended parents provide the embryo by IVF/ICSI which is transferred into the uterus of surrogate mother known as host surrogacy.

In this procedure the egg of surrogate mother is fertilized by the sperm of male patient partner by IUI. Thus, the carrier act as both egg donor and the surrogate. In this procedure the female partner has no genetic link to the baby.

As per the contract the intended parents have to provide the medical, nutrition and overall healthcare for the surrogate.

Laparoscopy
Laparoscopy is a surgical procedure used to diagnosis infertility or to treat a fertility problem. It involves making one, two, or three very small incisions in the abdomen, through which the doctor inserts a laparoscope and specialized surgical instruments. Laparoscopy allows the fertility specialist to see abnormalities that might interfere with a woman’s ability to conceive a pregnancy. The most common problems are endometriosis, pelvic adhesions, ovarian cysts, and uterine fibroids.

To know more visit us on www.femiintfertility.in

Sperm DNA Fragmentation
The genetic integrity of the sperm is essential for the success of fertilization and normal embryo development. Sperm DNA fragmentation refers to the abnormality of the sperm genome, which may lead to male infertility.
Studies show that high sperm fragmentation does not affect fertilization or embryo cleavage stages but affect the subsequent blastocyst development. It also significantly compromises the possibility of successful pregnancy in assisted conception treatment. Higher the DNA fragmentation, higher the chance of miscarriages. High sperm DNA fragmentation is also found in men with poor and normal
semen parameters.

DNA fragmentation cannot be detected in the semen analysis, but there are many sperm DNA fragmentation tests available to assess the sperm at the molecular level.

Change in the lifestyle and treatment may help to reduce the levels of DNA fragmentation.
Semen Freezing
Semen freezing is a form of fertility preservation. It allows you to store your sperm indefinitely, so that you can hopefully have biological children in the future. Sperm count and quality decrease with age, so men can freeze their sperm while they are young. Sperm freezing also helps people who start treatment such as chemotherapy or surgery that jeopardize the quality of sperm.

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