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Oocytes are female gametes the female cells which have the potential to conceive another human being if fertilised by a male gamete.

Intrauterine insemination

(IUI) is a fertility treatment that involves placing sperm inside a woman’s uterus to facilitate fertilization.


Thus, hyperstimulation generally produces three to five “quality” eggs viable for a sustainable pregnancy, much like our Mini-IVF™ treatment.

Emergency Medicine

Surrogacy is a method or agreement whereby a woman agrees to carry a pregnancy for another person or persons


If a woman’s fallopian tubes are damaged or a man’s sperm quality is poor, IVF is the most common form of ART

Embryo cryopreservation

Embryo cryopreservation is useful for leftover embryos after a cycle of in vitro fertilisation, as patients who fail to conceive may become pregnant using such embryos without having to go through a full IVF cycle

Fertility Treatment

Family way is really an experience. Unlike other treatment modalities fertility care requires a careful approach while treating the couple.

  • Ovulation in female, motility and sperm count in male are the defining factor for fertility, there are other unsaid reasons make infertility. Couples who have unprotected intercourse for a year and still find difficulty in conceiving need to consult expert. As the age grows, intensity of the problem grows.

  • For the convenience of understanding the reproduction process we classify through ages.

    1. 20 to 25
      In women, the best ovulation period is between 20 and 25 by age. The likelihood of achieving pregnancy is very high in this age and would normal to become pregnant. However it is advisable to consult the doctor if one is not able to achieve pregnancy in a six months span.

    2. 25 to 30
      Age more than 25 will normally see a stagnancy in ovulation and also it will not see downward either. When on e reaches 30 there are other causes like fibroid formation, decline in ovum production for infertility.

    3. 30 to 35
      Fibroids are quite common in the age group of 30 and beyond, which can become a hindrance to positive pregnancy.

    4. 35 to 45
      The likelihood of pregnancy is low from the age of 35. Reasons being quality of the eggs, chances to attain menopause is high, and other biological reasons make these age group potential patients. However with right diagnosis and constant pursuit pregnancy is possible.

Know Infertility

Infertility is a complex and often misunderstood condition, which is why there so much confusion surrounding it. Here are seven common myths to watch out for -- and help dispel

  • Myth 1:
  • It is easy for most women to get pregnant. While it is true that many women conceive without difficulty some have problems with infertility. Certain health conditions and factors, such as age, can affect a woman ability to conceive.

  • Myth 2:
  • Men do not have infertility problems. Though it is commonly believed that infertility is a women problem, nothing is further from the truth. About 35 percent of all infertility is due to a female problem. But 35 percent (an equal number!) can be traced to a male problem, 20 percent to a problem in both partners, and 10 percent to unknown causes.

  • Myth 3:
  • Infertility is a psychological not physical problem. Well-meaning friends and relatives may suggest infertility is all in your head or if you had stop worrying so much, you had get pregnant. But in reality, infertility is a disease or condition of the reproductive system and not a psychological disorder.

  • Myth 4:
  • Couples who work hard enough at having a baby will eventually get pregnant. New methods of diagnosing and treating infertility have improved many couples chances of having a baby. On the other hand, it is important to remember that infertility is a medical disease and that problems sometimes remain untreatable -- no matter how hard a couple works at solving them.