Almost 1% of men around the globe have Azoospermia, a condition in which there are no sperms in a man’s semen. This condition is a major cause of infertility in males.
The average month length of menstrual cycle is 28 days. A menstrual cycle that is either less than 21 days or more than 35 days is considered irregular
Every time IVF is performed, the doctors re-examine all parameters. Even if no problems are identified after all these tests, the 2nd IVF success rate will be 35-40%
Adenomyosis is a condition that affects the female reproductive system. As a result, it makes uterus swells and becomes thicker.
Unexplained or Undiagnosed infertility is When there is no clear reason for your inability to conceive. It may be an upsetting and perplexing condition
You need to keep a few things in mind when doing IVF for the first time. Dr Jay Mehta, an IVF specialist provides advice on how you can be successful with your first IVF cycle
Azoospermia is a condition in which a man’s ejaculate contains no sperm. It might be caused by an obstruction in the reproductive system, ejaculation issues, hormonal disorders, or structural or functional issues with the testicles.
Chemotherapy often causes azoospermia during treatment, but whether this persists after treatment is unknown. In certain cases, fertility may recover rapidly following cancer therapy.
In vitro fertilisation is a procedure in which eggs are fertilised by sperm outside of the body in a laboratory setting. These eggs are fertilised and implanted into the uterus, where they may expect to become pregnant and give birth to a child nine months later.