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Jan11
Fertility treatments and the chance of having multiple pregnancies
Assisted reproduction technology is a safe and effective way to build a family. Having a multiple birth (twins, triplets or more) is the single greatest health risk associated with assisted reproductive fertility treatment. Females are delaying their motherhood nowadays. The number of women giving birth after turning 40 has risen steadily in recent years, with multiple births most likely amongst the over-45s. As per the office of the National Statistics, the number of multiple births to women over 40 has risen sharply in the last 30 years. These change is because of the fact that more and more women are becoming carrier oriented, they want to be emotionally and financially strong, have not found their perfect partner or are facing treatments for cancer or ovarian failure.

The aging of the egg supply has a powerful effect on the chances that an assisted reproductive technology (ART) procedure will result in pregnancy and a healthy baby. Women aged 40 or older may face problems in conceiving for the first time or after their previous delivery. Obvious reason is the quality of the egg and the number of eggs. As women gets older the number and quality of egg cells that are produced by the ovaries declines. As women wait longer to have children, more couples have fertility problems due to declining egg quality, and other issues that are more common in older women. Many couples end up needing advanced treatments such as IVF, in vitro fertilization to overcome this age related decline. Age related infertility and difficulty in conceiving can cause great emotional distress to couples.

In Vitro Fertilization treatment an option Available for Age Related Fertility Problems

IVF comes to the rescue of infertile couples facing age related problems. Many fertility doctors recommend that women over about the age of 38 that are infertile should have aggressive fertility treatments and proceed to in vitro fertilization sooner before fertility potential in her is lost. Older women often prefer to move on to IVF after a few IUI (Intra Uterine Insemination)s have failed.
Age Limit for In Vitro Fertilization

All clinics have an upper age limit after which they will not do IVF with the woman's own eggs. Most IVF centers will attempt IVF using the female partner's eggs until about age 43-45. There is not a substantial decline in success by age of the recipient woman with donor egg IVF. Donor Egg IVF in women’s up to 48 years is successful.

To know more about impact of age on motherhood, age related infertility treatments and the possibility of multiple pregnancies and its side effects on mother read the whole article at http://indiraivf.wordpress.com/2015/01/02/fertility-treatment-pregnancy-after-40/

Assisted reproduction can only partly compensate for age and age-related decline in fertility, thus a good fertility education and monitoring program would facilitate the early referral of people seeking help to conceive to fertility specialists. Indira Infertility Clinic based in Udaipur and Pune has helped countless couples navigate the often complicated journey of infertility and ultimately realize their dream of parenthood. We provide a wide range of assisted reproduction services to help people build families, including drug treatments to induce or regulate ovulation, surgery to clear blocked tubes or remove fibroids from the uterus, intrauterine insemination, in vitro fertilization, technologies like egg retrieval that help people preserve their fertility and counseling for infertility treatment. The team of infertility specialist at Indira IVf including young talented and aspiring Gynaecologist, Sonologist, Embryologist and Clinical staff is highly trained in all aspects of Reproductive technology. Our team believes in providing fertility education to infertile couples before starting the treatment. We educate and inform all pregnant women and those planning pregnancy, regardless of age, about the treatment and pros and cons of delaying motherhood. Doctors at Indira IVf take care that patients receive optimal care and support and the appropriate medical attention required to meet any needs that arise from becoming a mother.

You can contact the team of doctors for any help in conceiving with the help of assisted reproductive technology especially in vitro fertilisation (IVF) at http://www.indiraivf.com or at http://www.indiraivf.com/services2.html#ac


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Dec17
Toiletry chemicals linked to male infertility
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Causes of infertility or reproductive problems include disease and aging. Male infertility is as common as female infertility. Infertility or reproductive problems are often treatable with infertility drugs and high-tech procedures. A third of all cases of infertility involve problems solely with the male partner. Infertility in a man may be the sole reason that a couple can't conceive, or it may simply add to the difficulties caused by infertility in his partner. Early testing for male fertility can spare their partners a great deal of unnecessary discomfort and expense. It's also a good way to quickly narrow down potential problems.

Men can remain fertile for much longer than women. Even though male fertility also declines with age, it tends to happen gradually for men. While many men remain fertile into their 50s and beyond, the proportion of men with sperm disorders increases with age. The decline in male fertility is more gradual for men than women. The decline in male fertility can affect the health of the children they may go on to have.

While female age is well known to have negative effects on fertility, reproductive success and the health of offspring, the influence of male age on a couple's fertility has been largely neglected all over the world. It is well recognised that reduced sperm performance can affect pregnancy success, but it is less well known that the quality of the sperm, particularly DNA quality, could affect the development and health of the offspring. The consistency in its findings suggests that further awareness of the potential consequences of male age on reproductive outcomes is needed. The study also establishes that older males contribute to increased risk of obstetric complications, miscarriage, and offspring disorders such as autism, Down syndrome, epilepsy, and schizophrenia.

Male infertility is due to low sperm production, abnormal sperm function or blockages that prevent the delivery of sperm. Illnesses, injuries, chronic health problems, lifestyle choices and other factors can play a role in causing male infertility.

Lifestyle factors affect fertility. As most lifestyle factors can be modified, providing advice and support in making healthy lifestyle changes can promote fertility. The evidence relating to the effects on fertility of caffeine, alcohol consumption and smoking are discussed here. Recent Male Infertility study suggests some new facts which are must read and interesting for anyone trying to get pregnant or start creating family.

A prospective dad must consider his health as important in the journey of parenthood. The biggest cause of infertility in men is abnormal sperm. Sperm can be affected by lifestyle factors such as smoking, drinking alcohol and taking drugs.

1) Caffeine Consumption: Drinking too much coffee can radically reduce a man’s ability to father children, a study has found. Men who drank two or more cups of strong coffee a day had just a one in five chance of becoming fathers through IVF. However, for those who drank less than a cup, the chance of having a child rose to nearly 52%.

2) Alcohol: The studies also showed that men who drink around a pint and a half of beer a night could improve their fertility. The research found that men, who drank at least 22g of alcohol per day, or three units, were more than twice as likely to have children through IVF as those who abstained. Health experts say that moderate amounts of alcohol may reduce stress levels and that in turn help conception. The researchers say no definitive conclusions can be drawn about cause and effect, but young men should be advised that habitual high alcohol intake may affect their reproductive health.

High male caffeine consumption appears to reduce couples’ chance of achieving a clinical pregnancy, while male alcohol consumption appears to enhance their chances.

3) Smoking: Smoking tobacco decreases sperm size and movement and can damage the genetic makeup of sperm cells. It may also have a negative effect on seminal fluid (the fluid that is ejaculated along with sperm). It may take longer for your partner to become pregnant, particularly if you smoke heavily.

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Going to a doctor will help you determine the cause of any fertility problems you may have and give you a chance to talk to the doctor about what you can do to increase your chances of conceiving. Your doctor may refer you to a fertility specialist at a fertility clinic. Couples that are having difficulty getting pregnant may benefit from changing some lifestyle habits and taking help of fertility specialist in ascertaining the real cause of infertility.

Indira Infertility Clinic in Udaipur, has helped countless couples in achieving parenthood. As Indira IVF's Medical Director, Dr. Ajay is a highly skilled fertility specialist committed to patient advocacy with proven expertise in andrology. He brings extensive experience in assisted reproduction treatments like IVF, IUI, ICSI, MESA, TESA to the care of his patients. Apart from this team of doctors at Indira IVf also takes care of other factors contributing to infertility like unexplained infertility, increased age in men and women, lifestyle habits like alcohol, smoking, caffeine, overweight or underweight, sexually transmitted diseases, occupational or environmental factors and stress.

If you are experiencing infertility problems either due to PCOS, endometriosis, varicocele, abnormal sperm count, shape or motility, blocked fallopian tubes or increasing age or secondary infertility you can contact the doctors of Indira IVf at http://www.indiraivf.com/ or at http://www.indiraivf.com/services.html

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Nov12
Monitor the Symptoms of Hormonal Imbalance
Hormones are the chemical messengers in the body that travel the bloodstream to the organs and tissues. They slowly work and affect many of the body's processes over time. Endocrine glands, which are special groups of cells, make hormones. There are many endocrine glands in the body with the main ones being the pituitary gland, thyroid, thymus, adrenal glands, and the pancreas. Hormones are dominant and it only requires a small amount of them to cause significant changes throughout the body. Both men and women produce hormones in the same areas with one exception, the sexual organs. Additional male hormones are produced in the testes while women's are produced in the ovaries.

When our hormones are working properly and in the right combinations, life is good. However, those same hormones that keep us happy and healthy can also cause emotional and physical distress if they are not in balance. Optimal hormone balance is critical to our physical and emotional well-being, as well as long-term protection against age-related concerns such as breast cancer, cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis. Hormone testing is a valuable tool for achieving optimal hormone balance, as well as for maintaining that balance once it is achieved. The right balance of hormones is important for women of all ages.

To understand the hormones properly we should know that

1) Hormones have a profound effect on our everyday health and well-being.
2) Although present in only tiny amounts, hormones act on every cell of our body.
3) Hormones have individual effects, but also interact with each other to produce dramatic effects in the body; because of these interactions, they are able to trigger multiple body systems.
4) When any of the hormones are imbalanced, symptoms may occur. Imbalances are most common in puberty and menopause, but imbalances can happen at any age.
5) Several conditions are well known to be associated with hormonal imbalances including: polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), endometriosis, breast disease, and menstrual irregularities.
6) If hormone imbalance is left untreated it can result in serious medical conditions like diabetes.

Hormones exist in a very delicate balance, and are just one aspect of the many complex relationships present among our bodies nervous, endocrine, and immune systems. In addition, various factors such as diet, low blood sugar, stress, and sleep deficit can significantly affect both the function of the receptors and the levels of the plasma binding proteins, which subsequently affect the accuracy of hormone level measurements. As such, the accuracy of hormone testing is dependent upon many factors, some of which are within our control and some of which are not.

Testing Hormone Levels

Hormone balance is essential to good health for women of all ages. Unfortunately, the accuracy of the tests used to determine hormone levels varies widely. The major sex hormones to assess are estradiol, progesterone and testosterone. The main adrenal hormones are DHEA and cortisol. These five hormones will provide crucial information about deficiencies, excesses and daily patterns, which then result in a specifically tailored treatment approach. There is no single ideal method for assessment of hormones. Blood, saliva, and urine each have their advantages. Below are the types of tests that can be used to determine hormone levels:

Saliva Testing: saliva testing is the most accurate measurement of the body’s availability of the hormones Cortisol, DHEA, Estrogen, Progesterone, and Testosterone. Saliva testing is much more specific and correctly identifies the level of hormones at the cellular level, in contrast to a serum (blood) test, which measures the level of hormones circulating in the bloodstream. Saliva testing is not helpful, however, to monitor women who are taking hormones in a sublingual (drops or spray) or tans mucosal format. These forms of hormone delivery concentrate the hormones in the salivary glands and the resulting saliva levels are too high to be useful.

Serum or Blood Testing: Most serum tests define the normal range of hormones very broadly, which is a distinct disadvantage to their use. A blood (serum) test provides a direct assessment of circulating hormones. Most reported hormone values are “total”, including both free and bound hormones. Testosterone is the exception, being offered as “free” as well as total testosterone. Serum tests offer relatively accurate values with well-established reference ranges. However, reference ranges are often broad, reducing their clinical utility. Typically, serum estrogen measurements only include Estradiol (E2), although Estrone (E1) is also available.

Follicle-Stimulating Hormone (FSH) Testing: FSH, another serum test, is frequently used to determine the hormonal status of premenopausal women who may complain of hot flashes, mood changes, or other symptoms. The FSH test should not be used as an accurate measure of sex steroid hormone production or as indication of reproductive status for most women, because the level of FSH fluctuates widely during the decade before menopause.

Urine Testing: 24-hour urine sample is most accurate because it provides a stable indicator of output not susceptible to the hour-to-hour fluctuations seen in serum or salivary measurements. Urine hormone testing is well-established in medical literature as a reliable method of assessing physiological hormone levels.

Some of the common imbalances identified through hormone testing include estrogen dominance, estrogen deficiency, progesterone deficiency, androgen (testosterone and DHEA) excess or deficiencies, adrenal dysfunction and adrenal fatigue.

Hormone balance is essential to good health for women of all ages. From PMS to menopause, these messengers of womanhood can affect your mood, your weight, your food cravings - even your desire for sex. For many women, it's smooth sailing, but for others, it's a shipwreck at every turn of the hormonal bend. Hormonal imbalance symptoms in women include Acne or oily skin, Bloating, Bone loss, Decreased fertility, Depression, Excess facial and body hair, Hot flashes, Heavy or painful periods, Irregular periods, Irritability, Loss of muscle mass, Loss of scalp hair, Low libido, Memory lapses, Mood swings, Nervousness, Night sweats, Poor concentration, Sleep disturbances, Tender or fibrocystic breasts, Urinary incontinence, Vaginal dryness, Weight gain, PMS, Early miscarriage, Anxiety, Insomnia, Cyclical headaches, infertility, Painful intercourse, Bladder infections, Lethargic, Puffiness and bloating, weight gain, Red flush on face, Weepiness, Cervical dysplasia (abnormal pap smear), Foggy thinking, Gallbladder problems, Ovarian cysts, Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), Hypoglycemia and/or unstable blood sugar, Mid-cycle pain, Debilitating fatigue, Brown spots on face and Intolerance to exercise.

There are a variety of hormonal abnormalities that can lead to infertility. Examples are hypothyroidism (low thyroid function), hyperprolactinemia (high male hormone levels) and luteal phase defect (low progesterone levels). Hormonal Imbalance is one of the leading cause of female infertility. The woman’s inability to ovulate and regulate hormone levels cause a production of too much or too less of one particular hormone. This hormonal imbalance is manifested by symptoms that are easily detected allowing for treatment to begin as soon as possible. These symptoms include irregular menstrual cycles, excessive bleeding or very little bleeding, abdominal and pelvic cramps, absence of menstrual period for stretches of time and excessive weight gain and loss.

The problems caused by hormonal imbalance that has connection with infertility includes

1) Glandular problems like thyroid, pituitary and hypothalamus glands problems. These glands are the primary glands that are responsible in creation and production of reproductive hormones.
2) Ovulatory disorder like overproduction of “Prolactin” which leads to disruption of hormonal levels.
3) Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) condition is marked by multiple growths of cysts in the ovaries, resulting in a hormonal imbalance and menstruation back flows.
4) Menopause in women often starts at the age of 40, if it comes earlier; it becomes a sure sign of infertility. Menopause is signaled by extreme mood swings, sleepiness, irregular menstruation and hot flashes.
5) Abnormal Cervical Mucus is a condition wherein the mucus lining the cervix and the uterus is not quite as it should be, With the low production of estrogen, the mucus becomes thick for sperm to pass or swim through.

Benefits of Proper Hormone Balance

Restoring hormone balance has been shown to have a beneficial effect on quality of life. Estrogen and progesterone therapies are believed to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, significantly protect from heart attack, and reduce the bone loss associated with osteoporosis. Treatment with bio identical progesterone and natural thyroid has been found to be effective in preventing miscarriages, solving some cases of infertility and helpful in treating menstrual difficulties, mood disorders, and PMS. Obtaining the proper hormone balance may help you avoid minor health irritations, as well as major health concerns, throughout the stages of your life.

Strength, energy, productivity and glowing health should be enjoyed throughout all the stages of a woman’s life, from girlhood through motherhood to old age. Diet, nutrition, exercise, and stress reduction are some of the basic changes women need to make in their lives in order to restore hormone balance. Some women may need hormone supplementation to help bring their bodies back into balance. Obtaining a basic understanding of our hormones will begin the process of restoring our body’s natural synchronization. Hormones have too much impact on our lives to ignore. Every aspect of our lifestyle can affect hormone balance and, just as importantly, hormone balance can profoundly influence every aspect of our lives.

The reproductive endocrinologist at Indira IVF will evaluate specific situations and perform tests in both the male and female partners to determine the cause of infertility. Specific treatment for hormonal infertility will be determined by Indira IVFs Hormonal Infertility experts based on: age, overall health, and medical history, cause of the disorder, tolerance for specific medications, procedures, or therapies, and expectations for the course of the hormonal disorder. Once a diagnosis is made, our Hormonal Infertility specialists will work with you to determine the course of treatment. Depending on the cause of hormonal infertility, there are many options to offer an infertile couple. The types of treatments may include medications, intrauterine insemination (IUI), surgery, assisted reproductive technology (ART), in vitro fertilization (IVF), intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), gamete intrafallopian transfer (GIFT), zygote intrafallopian transfer (ZIFT), donor eggs, embryo cryopreservation and embryo adoption.

You can contact the team of gynecologist to know more about hormonal imbalance including its symptoms, treatments, testing and effects at http://www.indiraivf.com or you can meet the team of experts at http://www.indiraivf.com/specialist-team.html


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Oct02
What is Test Tube Baby or IVF? Test Tube Baby Treatment, Success Rates and Risk involved with Ivf.
Test tube baby is another name for IVF procedure, where sperm and eggs are collected, fertilized in the laboratory and the resulting healthy embryo is then transferred into the uterus. A test tube baby is the term that refers to a child that is conceived outside the woman's body. The process is referred to as "in vitro" (outside the body) fertilization. Here eggs are removed from the mother's ovary and incubated with sperm from the father. After fertilization, the "pre-embryos “are allowed to divide 2-4 times (in a "test tube", hence the name) and then returned to the mother's uterus where they can develop normally. Through these procedures, women with otherwise untreatable infertility problems have given birth to healthy babies. It is a method of assisted reproductive technology for treatment of infertility. With egg donation and IVF, women who are past their reproductive years or menopause can still become pregnant. Today, the process of in vitro fertilization is considered common and utilized by infertile couples around the world.

Today, thanks to the efforts of British Nobel Prize winners Dr. Patrick Steptoe and biologist Robert Edwards, who pioneered the procedure with the birth of first test tube baby Louis Brown, IVF is performed successfully around the world. Now, the procedure is so common that more than 5 million around the world have conceived babies through in vitro fertilization or IVF.

When is the option for Test tube baby recommended and to whom is IVF treatment recommended?

As we all know infertility is the failure on the part of the couple to conceive after 12 months of trying without the use of contraceptives. IVF is a complex procedure involving considerable personal and financial commitment, so other treatments are usually recommended first. It is advisable that before opting for ivf, infertile couple has tried less invasive treatment options including fertility drugs to increase production of eggs or intrauterine insemination — a procedure in which sperm are placed directly in your uterus near the time of ovulation. Occasionally, IVF is offered as a primary treatment for infertility in women over age 40. IVF can also be done if you have certain health conditions.

Ivf is usually recommended to infertile couples having blocked fallopian tubes, endometriosis, ovulation disorders, ovarian failure, the male partner has low sperm count, unexplained infertility or any other reason by which the fertilization which occurs in outer part of the fallopian tubes does not take place. Advanced reproductive age also plays a major role in deciding about ivf treatment. I.V.F. can also be the treatment of last resort in the case of problems like oligospermia, major cervical mucus hostility factors and certain cases of unexplained infertility.

What is the success rate of IVF?

The success rate of pregnancy associated with this treatment ranges between 15-30%. Therefore it is also not advisable to go in for IVF treatment without trying simpler treatment options first. IVF is a complex procedure involving considerable personal and financial commitment, so other treatments are usually recommended first. The success of the ivf treatment also depends on the age of women and the quality of the eggs. One of the reasons for the success is whether donor eggs are used or mothers eggs are used?

Although IVF has a high rate of success in helping couples to become pregnant, it has some disadvantages as well, including high costs, potential risks from fertility medications and invasive procedures used, as well as an increased rate of multiple gestation (i.e., twins or triplets). There may also be an increased risk of some pregnancy complications, such as preterm birth. Ectopic pregnancies can occur after IVF, although the risk is much lower than with other fertility therapies.
Women who are considering IVF should discuss the risks, benefits, and alternatives with their healthcare provider and partner before treatment begins. In most cases, several cycles of a less expensive and less invasive infertility treatment are recommended before considering IVF.

Every year, millions of couples try to conceive a child; unfortunately, many find that they cannot. The process to find out how and why they have infertility issues can be long and arduous. Before the invention of test tube baby treatment or ivf treatment women’s with Fallopian tube blockages (approximately twenty percent of infertile women) had no hope of becoming pregnant.

A woman's age must be considered. Older women feel additional pressure as they feel their biological clocks are ticking and time is running out. However, there is no upper age limit at which IVF should not be done, - and in fact, for older women, it might represent their only chance of success. It's not really the age of the woman, which is the limiting factor - it's the quality of her eggs.

All couples who are facing infertility issues and who are thinking of pursuing ivf must consider following tips for higher results and success.

For Women

1) No smoking or alcohol use as it can result in lower pregnancy rates and a greater risk of miscarriage.
2) No more than two caffeinated beverages per day.
3) Avoid change in diet or weight loss or fad diets during IVF cycle. A healthy well balanced diet works best.
4) Refrain from intercourse three to four days prior to egg retrieval and following embryo replacement until pregnancy determination is made.
5) Normal exercise may continue unless enlargement of your ovaries produces discomfort.
6) Avoid hot tubs or saunas.

For Men

1) Drugs, alcohol, and cigarette smoking should be avoided for three months prior to treatment and at all times during the ongoing IVF treatment cycle.
2) Sitting in hot tubs and saunas is not recommended. Even a single episode in the hot tub can adversely affect sperm function. Refrain from this for at least three months prior to treatment.
3) Abstain from intercourse for at least three days, but not more than seven days prior to collection of semen for egg collection and during treatment.
4) Fever greater than 100.4o one to two months prior to IVF treatment may adversely affect sperm quality. Consult your doctor immediately.

You may adopt this lifestyle changes and live healthy life. Ivf treatment is costly affair and one should consider all efforts possible before seeking this treatment.
Facing infertility is one of the most stressful situations one may encounter, emotionally, physically and of course, financially. At Indira Infertility Clinic and Research Centre doctors are aware of it and hence they work hand-in-hand with you to make every phase of the fertility treatment from diagnosis to end of IVF treatment - as predictable and comfortable as possible. The treatment offered is at very affordable price and economical. Indira IVF believes in Supporting Your Family Building Dreams with IVF. We provide state-of-the-art IVF treatment at affordable prices in a comfortable atmosphere. All the latest reproductive techniques including IUI, IVF, ICSI, Laser Assisted Hatching, Blastocyst Transfer, Sperm & Embryo Freezing, Donor Egg IVF and Embryo Adoption are available with us under one roof.

The team of fertility specialists includes talented and aspiring Gynecologist, Sonologist, Embryologist and Clinical staff who is highly trained in all aspects of Reproductive technology. They continuously work for the improvement of the IVF treatment program as per the need of their patients. The team at INDIRA IVF with their sincere effort, dedication and professional approach has been instrumental in achieving more than 2000 IVF pregnancies all across India in just 3 years. Our IVF success rates are high and we keep patients' stress levels low. We believe that the best patient is a well informed one, and that you are the most important person in our IVF clinic.

You can visit the clinic or fix up an appointment with our infertility specialist at http://www.indiraivf.com or you can call us on 0294-2412063


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Sep21
Premature ovarian failure & Infertility- Indira IVF
A woman's age is a major factor in the success of IVF for any couple. A woman's ability to conceive a child reduces with age. If you are using your own eggs, on average, the younger you are the higher your chances of success of conceiving. Women are born with all the eggs they will ever have and they don’t make any new eggs during their lifetime.

"Biological clock" in women arises from the fact that oocytes progressively decline in number as females get older.The term biological clock often brings up the image of a ticking time bomb that is the female reproductive system. Women in modern culture seek travel, an education and a career. Often, we expect to meet our spouse in college.If that doesn’t happen, we may feel lost. As women get older, the choice of having a child may become more pressing. When we are aware of our biological clock, it is time to consciously choose and plan for our own family.

If a woman has gone for 12 consecutive months without having a period, she’s officially reached menopause. For some women, menopause signifies an end to their child bearing years and the realization that they are getting older.

During the beginning stages of menopause — when you're still having an occasional period and are technically considered to be in the perimenopause phase — you can get pregnant.Talk to your ob-gyn about the right birth control for you during this time.

Getting pregnant grows increasingly more difficult with age. A number of factors conspire to make both conception and a healthy pregnancy harder for older women. Namely, as you near perimenopause, ovulation becomes irregular, making conception more difficult.

Secondly, whereas men are constantly producing new sperm, women are born with all the eggs they will ever produce.

Premature ovarian failure — also known as primary ovarian insufficiency — refers to a loss of normal function of your ovaries before age 40. If your ovaries fail, they don't produce normal amounts of the hormone estrogen or release eggs regularly. Infertility is a common result.Premature ovarian failure is sometimes referred to as premature menopause, but the two conditions aren't exactly the same.Women with premature ovarian failure may have irregular or occasional periods for years and may even become pregnant.

If you notice that you've skipped your period for three months or more, see your doctor to help determine what may be the cause. You may miss your period for a number of reasons — including pregnancy, stress, or a change in diet or exercise habits — but it's best to get evaluated whenever your menstrual cycle changes.

Pregnancy over age 50 has, over recent years, become more possible for women, due to recent advances in assisted reproductive technology.We have professionally work with people facing their biological clock and assist them in following their own two feet, releasing fear and focusing on a graceful path towards a family of their own.

Why Freeze Eggs?

At birth, all females have about 1 million eggs. By puberty, a woman’s egg reserve has declined by 50% and each month thereafter, she will lose an additional 750 eggs.
There is good news.Egg freezing provides a way for women to be their own donors. Women can have their eggs retrieved at a younger age and preserve them using
cryopreservation technology. When a woman is ready to get pregnant, she has her younger eggs available to increase her chances of success.

We at Indira IVF have successfully helped older couples for their dream of parenthood.Get in touch with us today for more details and to get started.Pregnancy During perimenopause phase or Getting Pregnant After Menopause should be checked with help of infertility experts and IVF Specialist.

We at Indira IVF love success stories! There is no greater reward than a patient sharing the success that they have had at Reproductive Partners. Here is a collection of some of the happy patients and their stories of success with IVF treatment.

We offer everything for fertility treatment under one roof. We believe in giving our patients our best in a transparent and caring environment where our well trained & experienced staff is always ready to answer queries and institute expert care.

We help you in Your IVF Journey - infertility diagnosis can be as emotionally stressful as a life-threatening disease. It's important to find inspiration, meaning, and hope throughout your infertility journey to keep you motivated and focused on your family-building goals, along with our Most Advanced IVf ART Technology at your service.

IVF Lab at INDIRA IVF allows our patients to receive the highest level of fertility care together with the absolute latest in assisted reproductive technology (ART). All of our ART treatments and testing are performed in-house ensuring tighter control and top-notch security for the best chance at successful treatment.

If you’re trying to get pregnant and are having difficulty,its a time you take help of our fertility specialist.The joy of planning a pregnancy, starting or growing your family, and all the wonderful emotions are life changing moments of our life. We have supported 2700+ couples for Family Building Dreams.

Test Tube Baby Clinic success stories - check out our Happy Patients Testimonials Videos at Indira IVF Clinic India.Choose to be part of our success.These days with IVF so prevalent, getting pregnant after menopause is something that many women can achieve - get in touch with our experts for exploring your options today.

Contact us today for consultation with a highly-skilled fertility specialist for the treatments available and to get answer to all your questions and doubts about Menopause conception - Fertility & IVF After Age 50 Older Women Pregnancy.The Myths About Pregnancy & Menopause - Can You get pregnant after menopause? - Pregnancy During perimenopause phase -Extend Fertility - Getting Pregnant After Menopause and more at http://www.indiraivf.com or at http://www.indiraivf.com/services.html or simply call at 0294-2412063 or 0294-2414756 or 07665009965


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Sep10
Enjoy Healthy IVF Pregnancy at Indira IVF Clinic
Infertility is defined as not being able to get pregnant despite having frequent, unprotected sex for at least a year for most people and six months for women above the age of 35. Infertility may be due to female factor, male factor or a combination of factors that may prevent a pregnancy from occurring or continuing. Fortunately, there are many safe and effective therapies for overcoming infertility. These treatments (assisted reproductive technology) significantly improve the chances of becoming pregnant.

The heartbreak of infertility can be devastating. Causes of infertility or reproductive problems include disease and aging. Male infertility is as common as female infertility. Infertility or reproductive problems are often treatable with infertility drugs and high-tech procedures. Assisted reproductive technology (ART) is a group of different methods used to help infertile couples. IVF is one such ART technique. IVF works by removing eggs from a woman’s body. The eggs are then mixed with sperm in petri dish in ivf laboratory to make embryos. The embryos are then put back in the woman’s body.

In vitro fertilization (IVF) is a complex series of procedures used to treat fertility or genetic problems and assist with the conception of a child. The process involves monitoring a woman's ovulatory process, removing ovum or ova (egg or eggs) from the woman's ovaries and letting sperm fertilize them in a fluid medium in a laboratory. When a woman's natural cycle is monitored to collect a naturally selected ovum (egg) for fertilisation, it is known as natural cycle IVF. The fertilised egg (zygote) is then transferred to the patient's uterus with the intent to establish a successful pregnancy. Then the fertilized egg (embryo) or eggs are implanted in the uterus. One cycle of IVF takes about two weeks. IVF is the most effective form of assisted reproductive technology. The procedure can be done using your own eggs and your partner's sperm. Or IVF may also involve eggs, sperm or embryos from a known or anonymous donor. In some cases, a gestational carrier (surrogate mother) — a woman who has an embryo implanted in her uterus — might be used.

IVF is a complex and expensive procedure and only about 5% of couples with infertility seek it out. IVF is never the first step in the treatment of infertility. Instead, it's reserved for cases in which other methods such as fertility drugs, surgery, and artificial insemination haven't worked. That means when other options for infertility treatment does not work, IVF is the option.

What Causes of Infertility Can IVF Treat?

A clinic or fertility specialist may recommend IVF as your best treatment option if you or your partner has been diagnosed with:

Endometriosis
Low sperm counts
Problems with the uterus or fallopian tubes
Problems with ovulation
Antibody problems that harm sperm or eggs
The inability of sperm to penetrate or survive in the cervical mucus
An unexplained fertility probe
A genetic disorder

If you have been unsuccessful with other techniques like using fertility drugs or intrauterine insemination (IUI) then also IVF is an option. If you're about to start cancer treatment — such as radiation or chemotherapy — that could harm your fertility, IVF for fertility preservation may be an option in that case.
Advantages and Disadvantages of In vitro fertilization (IVF) Treatment

For most children conceived by IVF there are no long-term problems. IVF can offer you a chance of having a baby if you are unable to conceive naturally, for example if you have blocked, damaged or missing fallopian tubes. Specific steps of an in vitro fertilization (IVF) cycle carry risks, including multiple births, Premature delivery and low birth weight, Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome, Miscarriage, Egg-retrieval procedure complications, Ectopic pregnancy, Birth defects, Ovarian cancer and Stress.

Success rate of the IVF

The success rate of IVF depends on the age of the woman undergoing treatment as well as the cause of the infertility (if it's known). Younger women are more likely to have healthier eggs, which increases the chances of success. IVF isn't usually recommended for women above the age of 42 because the chances of a successful pregnancy are thought to be too low.

The birth of a test tube baby used to be a newsworthy event; now, some 25 years after America’s first, it is rarely ever mentioned in the press. With hundreds of thousands of test tube babies living in the world, in vitro fertilization (IVF) has become much more common. Yet the process is never routine, nor is a successful pregnancy guaranteed.

Over the past 35 years,Indira Infertility Clinic and Research Centre has helped hundreds of couples achieve parenthood with the help of assisted reproductive technology like IVF,ICSI,IUI and many others.The infertility specialist at Indira IVF have been instrumental in bringing joy of happiness on many infertile couples faces and has helped countless couples in the complicated journey of infertility and ultimately realize their dream of parenthood. Indira Clinic is in forefront having unmatched IVF Success of more than 2000 IVF pregnancies in just 3 years and offers Affordable IVF treatment at Low Cost to infertile couples in India. The main goal of the physicians and IVF laboratory team is to provide patients with the latest healthcare innovations to address infertility. Doctor Ajay Murdia is renowned for going above and beyond for his patients. Ours is the cheapest IVF Centre in India offering the best Option for Affordable IVF Treatment in India with high success rate and IVF pregnancies. Best medication coupled with low treatment cost makes us different from others.

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Aug02
'Remote control' contraceptive or pregnancy blocking chip available 'by 2018'-DR.RANJU GYNAECOLOGIST
'Remote control' contraceptive or pregnancy blocking chip available 'by 2018'

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A contraceptive computer chip that can be controlled by remote control has been developed in Massachusetts.

The chip is implanted under a woman's skin, releasing a small dose of levonorgestrel, a hormone.

This will happen every day for 16 years, but can be stopped at any time by using a wireless remote control.

The project has been backed by Bill Gates, and will be submitted for pre-clinical testing in the US next year - and possibly go on sale by 2018.

The device measures 20mm x 20mm x 7mm and will be "competitively priced", its creators said.

Convenience factor
Tiny reservoirs of the hormone are stored on a 1.5cm-wide microchip within the device.

A small electric charge melts an ultra-thin seal around the levonorgestrel, releasing the 30 microgram dose into the body.

There are other types of contraceptive implant available, the researchers noted, but all require a trip to a clinic and an outpatient procedure in order to be deactivated.

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Someone across the room cannot re-programme your implant”

Dr Robert Farra
"The ability to turn the device on and off provides a certain convenience factor for those who are planning their family," said Dr Robert Farra from MIT.

The next challenge for the team is to ensure the absolute security of the device to prevent activation or deactivation by another person without the woman's knowledge.

"Communication with the implant has to occur at skin contact level distance," said Dr Farra.

"Someone across the room cannot re-programme your implant.

"Then we have secure encryption. That prevents someone from trying to interpret or intervene between the communications."

Huge range
The same technology could be used to administer other drugs.

Simon Karger, head of the surgical and interventional business at Cambridge Consultants, said that implanted technology like this faces a range of challenges and risks.

But he added that overall "the value to the patient of these types of implant can be huge and we foresee a future in which a huge range of conditions are treated through smart implanted systems". — with Dewat Ram Nakipuria and 19 others. (4 photos)


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Jul29
Free fertility evaluation camp in Maharashtra - Indira fertility center
We are proud to promote Infertility awareness week in Maharashtra with big IVF events organised than ever before at 5 major cities of Maharashtra.This fertility camps will focus on Advanced infertility treatment and IVF or Test Tube Baby process in a very simple and easy to understand presentation for all.

India’s declining fertility rate (at 2.59), now only slightly higher than that of the United States (2.1), is part of a global trend of lower population growth.A drop in fertility rate is due to both medical factor and external factors —like late marriages, more career orientation or reluctance to have children in general.Rapid lifestyle changes are also impacting fertility in urban areas of India today.

Often couples are not aware that their chances of having their own biological child are greatly reduced as they approach their early to mid 30s. Child bearing is delayed due to career progression, financial issues and countless other reasons. This infertility event will raise awareness that both men and women need to seek fertility evaluation and treatment sooner rather than later.

Indira IVF brings free information mornings for individuals and couples interested in learning more about IVF and other fertility treatment options.Indira IVF is holding a free fertility seminar for people who have been trying to fall pregnant and wish to take a positive step towards conceiving.

Hear from the IVF experts on the causes and treatments of infertility, the IVF process, the science behind IVF as well as lifestyle factors that can influence your chances of getting pregnant.

At this IVF Pregnancy seminar, you will meet one of Indira IVF's leading fertility specialists. They will explain the treatment options available including the latest scientific breakthroughs that maximise the likelihood that you will conceive a Test Tube baby. You’ll also have time after the presentation to talk one-on-one to have your questions answered by our experts.

The presentation at fertility Seminars will include:

Factors affecting fertility
Why am I having difficulties?
Fertility Treatment Programs
The latest advancements in IVF science
What to expect with IVF
Options other than IVF
What are the next steps

OPPORTUNITY for a Free fertility chat with Leading fertility specialist and know all about:
1.Common causes of infertility for men and women.
2.Options available to help you conceive from simple natural fertility treatments to more complex assisted reproductive technology.
3.Give you the opportunity to have your fertility questions answered.

Take a positive step towards becoming pregnant.Numbers are limited so register for this free and informative seminar today!

Free Infertility awareness camp on Test Tube Baby (IVF) Seminar dates details with cities :
Free Public Fertility Awareness Seminar in Maharashtra, Attendees must register to reserve a seat by sending SMS.

26th July,2014 at Amravati
Vanue:THE GRAND MEHFIL,CAMP ROAD,NEAR GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL SQUARE,AMRAVATI
Tme:9.00 AM
For registration and Free entry at infertility awareness camp on Test Tube Baby (IVF)camp Amravati please send SMS- IVF A on 57333 from your mobile today.

27th July at Nagpur
Vanue:SWAGAT LAWN,OPP.POONAM PLAZA ,NEAR ICICI BANK,CIVIL LINE ,NAGPUR
Tme:10.00 AM
For registration and Free entry at infertility awareness camp on Test Tube Baby (IVF)camp Nagpur please send SMS- IVF N on 57333 from your mobile today.

1st August at Kohlapur
Vanue:RESIDENCY CLUB,NEAR BAWADA POST OFFICE,NEW PALACE AREA,KOLHAPUR
Tme:9.00 AM
For registration and Free entry at infertility awareness camp on Test Tube Baby (IVF)camp Kohlapur please send SMS- IVF K on 57333 from your mobile today.

2nd August at Solapur
Vanue:HOTEL TRIPURSUNDARI,KAMALA HALL,224,CIVIL LINES,SOLAPUR
Tme:9.00 AM
For registration and Free entry at infertility awareness camp on Test Tube Baby (IVF)camp Solapur please send SMS- IVF S on 57333 from your mobile today.

3rd August at Pune
Vanue:SYMBIOSIS COLLEGE AUDITORIUM,NEW AIRPORT ROAD,SAKORENAGAR,VIMANNAGAR,PUNE-14
Tme:10.00 AM
For registration and Free entry at infertility awareness camp on Test Tube Baby (IVF)camp Pune please send SMS- IVF P on 57333 from your mobile today.

NOTE : TO REGISTER FOR FREE CONSULTATION, PATIENT WILL DO SMS ON THE ABOVE GIVEN SHORT CODES RESPECTIVELY AND SEND TO : 57333

We hope that you will share these links on your own social networks and spread the word for happiness of those how are deprived of parenthood in your circles.

Contact us today to register Free infertility awareness camp on Test Tube Baby (IVF):::
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2nd Floor Anand Emerald, Sakore Nagar,
New airport VIP road, Viman Nagar,
Pune,
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Jun27
Normal Delivery at 45 years
Normal Delivery at 45 years of age.....!!!!

- Dr. (Mrs.) Madhuri M. Prabhudesai
B.A.M.S.
Mobile - 9423884321

Surprised by the heading? In present days of commercialisation this seems to be very rare. But during last 30 yrs. of my medical profession I have handled so many cases of pregnant women and have treated them successfully with only Ayurvedic Garbhini-Paricharya i. e. with basti, Siddha-taila pichu-dharan and Snehan with various oils at the time of actual delivery. About 90% of the pregnant ladies have delivered normally with this simple Ayurvedic method. Here is one such case --
Date - 01 / 05 / 2000
Name - ABC
Age - 45 years
C / O - Amenorrhoea for about three months, came to confirm menopause as per her age.
L. M. P. - 07 / 02 / 2000
F.T.N.D. - one male child, 18 yrs. old. Then no issue. (Secondary Sterility)
O. E. - P/A and P/V revealed bulky & pregnant uterus of the same, three months duration.
She was quite sure that she had undergone menopause and so, she consulted about three gynaecologists. When everybody told the 'same', she again came to me. By that time she was advised by every medical / non-medical person that 'it is very risky to carry with this pregnancy, it is at the cost of her life, you will have to undergo caesarean operation which is also risky at this age, the child may be abnormal, when you have first son of 18 yrs. old what the public may comment?, so the best thing is you go for abortion', & so on. But her astrologist, with whom she had a great faith, told her that 'this child is very lucky & after its birth you will prosper like anything.' So, she came to me to inquire whether Ayurveda may help her to deliver with minimum risk.
History of this pt. - Actually, this pt. was not in contact with the pregnant ladies taking our treatment for normal / easy delivery. Even then she came to us, for some another reason. She had chronic cough for which she was under treatment of a chest-physician in Ratnagiri. Her X-Ray revealed opacity at the base of her rt. lung & as usual she was diagnosed and was under treatment for Koch's. In spite of the treatment for about two years, she had no relief. She had recurrent attacks of cough & fever and day by day she lost her weight (38 Kgs). So, she was brought to Dr. M. P. Prabhudesai, in the month of May 1993. With Ayurvedic treatment with necessary pathya, the opacity in her rt. lung almost disappeared, she was relieved of cough & fever and she had wt.-gain up to 46 Kgs., within a year. Then afterwards she had a rickshaw-accident. She was injured badly with pain at her neck & spine. She was hospitalised for many days and because of the heavy antibiotics again she developed anorexia and subsequent weight-loss. After taking many types of tonics she could not gain her wt. Then she came to us again and after proper Ayurvedic treatment with deepan-pachan along with brumhan-basti, she had proper wt.-gain once again. So, she had a faith in us because of which she came to me for the treatment to continue her pregnancy.
Line of treatment - As the patient was firm to carry on with the pregnancy, we assured her with Ashwasan-Chikitsa and suggested the following line of treatment -----
1. Regular check up with Urine-examination, CBC and routine USG.
2. A course of 3 matra basti & one niruha basti after eighth month of pregnancy till onset of labour (day 1- matra, day 2 - niruha & one matra & day 3 - matra)
3. Regular Pichu-Dharan in vagina with siddha Taila - We almost invariably suggest this for every pregnant woman, but being an elderly pregnancy, this was essential for this pt., to increase and maintain the elasticity of vaginal & perineal musculature.
4. Masanumasika quathas
5. Routine regular instructions for a Garbhini.
We advised the pt. to get routine check-up done from Gynaecologist to confirm regular and proper growth of the foetus; in this way we could convince the pt. and its relatives, about the proper Ayurvedic line of treatment.
Pt. delivered normally - As post-natal care of the pt. was easier in Ratnagiri, she registered herself in a famous maternity hospital in Ratnagiri in November 2000. Her USG was done on admission and the gynaecologist first called her surgeon-husband and then both of them called a senior gynaecologist to observe the readings of the USG. The pt. being 'heena-satwa' was frightened by the scene and thought of some major problem. But the senior gynaecologist agreed that she had never seen such 'clear intestines without gases &/or faeces' during her practice for last 40 years. She enquired about the treatment and assured the pt. that she is going to deliver normally, without any surgical intervention. The pt. immediately contacted me on phone & told me about this episode, even before contacting her own relatives. Next day the pt. delivered normally with a baby weighing about 71/2 pounds.
In this way, with the help of proper guidelines laid down by Ayurveda, we were able to create proper elasticity in the perineal musculature due to the basties, pichu-dharan & quathas and the pt. could deliver normally in older age, even.
During our practice we do take help of all kinds of diagnostic aids, to convince the pt. & its relatives. But we always try to remain with Ayurvedic Principles in our diagnosis & treatment and of course, we are almost always blessed by the expected results.
So, Vagbhatacharya has clearly mentioned that -----
"Ayurvedopadesheshu vidheyah paramadarah"
- Astanga-hriday, sootra-sthana, 1/



Contact -
Vd. (Mrs.) Madhuri M. Prabhudesai
Dhanwantari Ayurveda Chikitsalaya,
Sawantwadi, Dist. - Sindhudurga, Pin - 416510.
Mobile - 9423884321
e-mail - vdmrsmadhuri@gmail.com








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Apr30
POST PREGNANCY LESS SEX DEMAND SO SEX DESIRE IS LESS BUT STILL NEED PROTECTION OF PREGNANCY BY USE OFCONVENTIONAL CONTRACEPTIVE
POST PREGNANCY SEXUAL DESIRES ARE LESS IN PARENTS

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Parents experience a change in sexuality following the birth of a child, with low sexual desire linked to factors related to the care of the baby like stress and fatigue, suggests new research in the US.

The retrospective online survey, involving 114 partners of postpartum women (95 men, 18 women, 1 unspecified), questioned new parents about their sexuality in the 3 months following the birth of their youngest child to determine changes in physical, social, psychological and relational experiences.

The results showed that in the first 3 months following birth, 81.7 percent of partners reported reengagement of sexual intercourse with the birth mother, 69.6 percent reported participating in oral sex and 72.7 percent reported masturbating. Masturbation occurred earlier in the postpartum period than did intercourse (p<0.001), oral sex on the mother’s partner (p<0.048) or oral sex on the birth mother (p<0.001). There were no significant differences in the time it took to reengage in intercourse and oral sex on either parent. The mother’s partner enjoyed reported higher enjoyment with oral sex than intercourse or masturbation (all p<0.030), but there was no significant differences in enjoyment between intercourse and masturbation (p=0.902). Both groups participated equally in initiation of postpartum intercourse (p=0.359).

Participants ranked factors related to sexual and intimate feeling in participants and their partners as most frequently contributing to high desire and fatigue and stress as the top influences for low desire. Time constraints was selected as the third most common factor contributing to low postpartum sexuality. There were no significant differences between the genders in self-reported perceived stress, body image self-consciousness or average level of fatigue (all p>0.40). However, women partners of new mothers perceived more support from their significant others and friends and had significantly higher overall social support scores than their male counterparts (all p<0.035).

“Results from this study and previous research suggest that postpartum sexuality can be conceptualized as an individualized experience within a partnership, as well as one that occurs in a larger social and relational context,” said study author Dr. Sari M. van Anders of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, US, and colleagues.


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