Fertility centers throughout India

Tamil Nadu

Chennai
Coimbatore
Pondicherry
Palani
Trichy
Madurai
Thanjavur
Tirunelveli
Vellore
Erode
Ramanathapuram

Mumbai

Chembur
Thane

Bangalore

HSR-Layout
Marathahalli
Basaveshwaranagar

Telangana

Banjara Hills
Malakpet
Kutkatpally

Andhra Pradesh

Vijayawada

Bangladesh

Bangladesh

Treatments

Over 3 decades of expertise have taught us the deep roots of fertility problems and helped us understand what really works, such wealth of knowledge is deeply transforming the lives of many. The problems will look similar and the causes may vary where our attention towards all our patients helps us understand them better and help them with their fertility problems. All our patients trust us for the confidential information they share. We follow utmost transparency in our approach which makes our patients stay confident during the course. We strive hard to make your baby’s dream a reality and leave no stone unturned in the process.

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)


IVF Treatment has the best success rate of all Fertility Treatments. Couples suffering from sperm problems, endometriosis, PCOS…… Read More

Azoospermia


Azoospermia treatments aim at making men with no (zero – nil) sperm become a father. Iswarya provides treatments like TESA…… Read More

Miscarriage


Recurrent Miscarriages (Recurrent Pregnancy losses) are devastating for women who are not able to carry the pregnancy to term…… Read More

IVF Failure


IVF failures are the most devastating aspect of Infertility. Not all IVF cycles can result in childbirth. At least 1 in 4 couples…… Read More

Fertility & IVF related FAQs

The procedure is not painful as it is done under light sedation, but may cause mild discomfort. At our clinic, we use mild anesthesia administered through an IV route which relieves discomfort.

IVF is likely to be recommended for the following fertility problems:
1) If you have blocked or damaged fallopian tubes
2) If your partner has male infertility issues like Oligozoospermia, Teratozoospermia or Athenozoospermia.
3) If you have premature ovarian failure
4) If you have been trying to conceive for at least two years and a cause hasn’t been found to explain why you have not become pregnant.

1) Women with a tubal problem
2) Women with unexplained fertility
3) Women with severe endometriosis
4) Couples with male factor infertility

Before treatment start, you will discussmedical history and the treatment processincluding risk and side effects kith your doctor.
1) Stimulation- After your baseline scans, injections will stimulate your ovaries to develop multiple eggs
2) Monitoring- Regular scans and blood test allow us to monitor your ovanan response to the drug
3) Trigger injections- When hormones are at the right levels another injection will trigger the eggs to mature
4) Egg collection and sperm collection- Eggs are collected via a needle passed through the vagina whilst you are under sedation. A semen sample is required on the day of egg collection
5) Fertilization and embryo development- Eggs and sperm are placed P an incubator to fertilize. Embryo development is monitored by CRGH embryologist
6) Embryo transfer- The best ennbryo(s) 6 /are transferred back into the uterus. Any suitable embryo not transferred can be frozen for Later use
7) Pregnancy test- Patient takes a pregnancy test 16 days after embryo transfer. At this stage we will arrange appropriate support.

So the point is that the IVF success rate could vary based on the denominator used to calculate the IVF cycle outcome. Its always preferable to always define the success rate using all the available denominators and discuss every one of them with the couple. The couple should be able to understand the sucess chances for their particular condition. There are even more denominators like age, number of embryos transfered, frozen or fresh emebto transfer, ICSI, PGD / PGS tested embryos etc. This further gets complicated when each ivf clinic or ivf doctor in the center wants to boos their success rates to showcase themselves in this highly competitive era.

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