In Vitro Fertilisation
IVF is commonly known as ‘test tube baby’. It involves stimulating the ovaries to make multiple eggs grow and then taking the eggs out of the woman, fertilizing them in the laboratory with her partner’s sperm and transferring embryos back to her uterus.
IUI treatment or Intrauterine Insemination and it is one of the commonest infertility treatment performed in fertility centres. The IUI treatment success rate ranges between 8 – 12% and can increase with multiple attempts to 25-30%.
Pre-Implantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) and Pre-Implantation Genetic Screening (PGS) are procedures used to test IVF embryos for genetic abnormalities, chromosomal disorders or familial diseases. A few cells are removed from the embryo and the genetic material within the cells is analyzed.
Egg donation is the process wherein the eggs from obtained from an egg donor when a woman has run out of eggs which could be due to various reasons.
Frozen Embryo Transfer
Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) is a process of thawing, culturing, and finally the transfer of embryos(Blastocysts) into the recipient’s uterus using advanced embryo transfer technology in a separate cycle from the IVF cycle.
TESE & PESA Treatments
Among couples presenting for treatment at Jananam because of male infertility, some male partners have no sperms at all in their semen (a condition called azoospermia). This occurs in one in 100 men.
PICSI & ICSI Treatment
PICSI & ICSI treatment is a new micro-manipulative technique for identifying healthy, functional sperm for injection into mature egg, improving the chances of successful fertilization and also reduces the miscarriage risk.
Cryopreservation means freezing and this is a commonly used procedure across fertility centres. First of all, we commonly freeze sperm. This is done in cases where the husband tends to be traveling over a period of time and is not available at the time of IUI Process or IVF Process.