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Mar27
Top Fertility doctor in Gujarat - Best Infertility Doctor in Surat
It is the dream of most couples to have their own children as part of their relationship. Many couples are not fortunate enough to attain pregnancy. After one year of trying to conceive without the use of birth control, if a woman is unable to get pregnant, infertility is suspected. For the women aged 35 or over waiting period should not be for more then six months. Then its the time for the couple to seek the help of infertility doctors. Infertility or Fertility doctors are the specialists who study Reproductive endocrinology and Infertility (REI), a branch of medicine that identifies and treats infertility in both men and women.

In vitro fertilization is an option for many couples who cannot conceive through conventional therapies. IVF is an option for couples who have tried unsuccessfully to conceive or for whom other treatments have failed. IVF is an acronym for in vitro fertilization. IVF is one of several assisted reproductive techniques (ART) used to help infertile couples to conceive a child.

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. During IVF, mature eggs from women are collected (retrieved) from the ovaries and fertilized with the sperm of a men in a laboratory in the dish. 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 involve eggs, sperm or embryos from the known or anonymous donor. In some cases, a gestational carrier — a woman who has an embryo implanted in her uterus might be used. The carrier is called gestational surrogate mother.

Your chances of having a healthy baby using IVF depend on many factors, such as your age and the cause of infertility. In addition, IVF can be time-consuming, expensive and invasive. If more than one embryo is implanted in your uterus, IVF can result in a multiple pregnancy.

IVF is an option for couples who have tried unsuccessfully to conceive or for whom other treatments have failed. The reasons IVF is done include - poor sperm quality and/or quantity, obstructions between the egg and sperm, ovulation problems, and sperm-egg interaction problems. These problems can prevent couples having a baby naturally, and IVF helps to solve this. Other eligible patients are those with infertility due to a condition not responsive to conventional therapy, including one or more of the following:

» Tubal blockage or failed tubal reversal
» Endometriosis
» Cervical factor
» Pelvic adhesions
» Male factor
» Unexplained infertility/ failed conventional therapy
» Genetic testing (PGD) for inheritable diseases
» Genetic testing (PGD) for possible reasons for multiple miscarriages
* Fertility preservation for cancer or other health conditions.
* Previous tubal sterilization or removal.
* Unexplained fertility

To be considered for IVF, a woman must either have a uterus capable of carrying a child, or a compassionate gestational carrier. For optimal results, the woman should not be more than twenty percent over her ideal body weight. Women between the ages of 40-43 are considered for IVF on an individual basis based on previous testing, such as FSH levels and/or responses to gonadotropin therapy.

In vitro fertilization (IVF) involves several steps — ovulation induction, egg retrieval, sperm retrieval, fertilization and embryo transfer. One cycle of IVF can take about two weeks, and more than one cycle may be required.

Cycle Monitoring/ Ovulation induction

To begin the process of IVF, the woman is given fertility drugs to stimulate egg production and control the timing of ovulation. This helps maximize the number of eggs produced, thereby increasing the chance that at least one will be fertilized, and will implant itself in the uterus. Frequent blood tests to monitor hormone levels and ultrasounds to monitor follicle development are required. Stimulation protocols may vary depending on multiple factors.

Egg Retrieval

The eggs are harvested primarily through a transvaginal ultrasound-guided procedure. The ultrasound-guided egg retrieval is performed on an outpatient basis with monitored I.V. sedation. Recovery from the sedation requires thirty minutes. The patient is discharged from the surgery center with instructions to rest for the remainder of the day.

Sperm Retrieval

Once the eggs are retrieved and the sperm sample collected, they are immediately given to the embryology laboratory for incubation. Normally IVF lab is located adjacent to the operating room. The man’s semen is specially prepared in order to select the most viable sperm. In conventional IVF, the sperm are then placed together with the eggs in an incubator for 12-18 hours to allow for fertilization.

Fertilization

In conventional IVF, the sperm are then placed together with the eggs in an incubator for 12-18 hours to allow for fertilization. When sperm quality is compromised, the eggs are inseminated with a single sperm by means of a micromanipulation procedure known as ICSI (intracytoplasmic sperm injection). This may also be used on half of the eggs to enhance fertilization in some circumstances. Following normal fertilization, early embryonic development is closely observed on a daily basis. In certain situations, your doctor may recommend other procedures like assisted hatching and Preimplantation genetic testing before embryo implantation.

Embryo Transfer

Within 72 hours after egg retrieval, the embryos are generally ready to be transferred into the woman’s uterus through a thin tube, or catheter, gently inserted through the cervix. This is a non-surgical procedure performed under ultrasound guidance with no need of sedation. The woman may wish to rest for the remainder of the day in order to maximize the chance for success. One should avoid vigorous activity which could cause discomfort. About ten to twelve days following the embryo transfer, the woman’s blood is drawn and tested to determine if pregnancy has occurred.

Side effects of the IVF procedure may include Passing a small amount of clear or bloody fluid shortly after the procedure, Breast tenderness due to high estrogen levels, Mild bloating, Mild cramping and Constipation.

IVF requires a significant physical, emotional, financial, and time commitment. The risk factors associated with IVF includes multiple births, premature delivery and low birth weight, ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome, miscarriage, egg-retrieval procedure complications, ectopic pregnancy, birth defects, ovarian cancer and stress.

Talk with your doctor about any factors that apply to you and how they may affect your chances of a successful pregnancy. Conceiving a baby seems like it should be the easiest thing in the world–but for many couples this is not the case. The decision to pursue fertility treatment is never easy. That is why you need a fertility center with the proven ability to succeed – a trusted partner that delivers results to thousands of patients every year. The Blossom Fertility and IVF Centre aims to reduce the stress and hassle associated with infertility investigations and treatment, by offering a one-stop diagnostic and treatment service for infertile couples. Infertility doctors at Blossom has a reputation for success, both in quality of care and in pregnancy and live birth rates. The fertility specialist at Blossom are committed to offer to the patients clinical excellence, cost-effective treatment options, personalized compassionate care, and exceptional success rate.

Contact us today for any infertility treatments like IVF, ICSI, IUI, IMSI, Surrogacy at http://www.blossomivfindia.com/ or at http://www.blossomivfindia.com/ivf and gather all information to attain happy parenthood.


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Mar25
DEMAND OF A MODERN WOMAN FROM A MODERN MAN -by prof.drram,hiv/aids & sex specialist
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In a brief conversation, a man asked a woman he was pursuing the question: “What kind of man are you looking for?”
She sat quietly for a moment before looking him in the eye & asking, ‘Do you really want to know?’ Reluctantly, he said,”Yes.”
She began to expound…
“As a woman in this day & age, I am in a position to ask a man what can you do for me that I can’t do for myself? I pay my own bills. I take care of my household without the help of any man…or woman for that matter. I am in the position to ask, ‘What can you bring to the table?’”
The man looked at her. Clearly he thought that she was referring to money.
She quickly corrected his thought & stated, “I am not referring to money. I need something more. I need a man who is striving for excellence in every aspect of life.” He sat back in his chair, folded his arms, & asked her to explain.
She said, “I need someone who is striving for excellence mentally because I need conversation & mental stimulation. I don’t need a simple-minded man.
I need someone who is striving for excellence spiritually because I don’t need to be unequally yoked…believers mixed with unbelievers is a recipe for disaster.
I need a man who is striving for excellence financially because I don’t need a financial burden.
I need someone who is sensitive enough to understand what I go through as a woman, but strong enough to keep me grounded.
I need someone who has integrity in dealing with relationships. Lies and game-playing are not my idea of a strong man.
I need a man who is family-oriented. One who can be the leader and provider to the lives entrusted to him by God.
I need someone whom I can respect. In order to be submissive, I must respect him.
I cannot be submissive to a man who isn’t taking care of his business. I have no problem being submissive…he just has to be worthy.
And by the way, I am not looking for him…He will find me. He will recognize himself in me. Hey may not be able to explain the connection, but he will always be drawn to me. God made woman to be a help-mate for man. I can’t help a man if he can’t help himself.”
When she finished her spill, she looked at him.
He sat there with a puzzled look on his face. He said,”You are asking a lot.”
She replied, “I’m worth a lot”.


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Mar12
IVF success rate increased by Assisted Hatching of embryos.
One of the most frustrating aspects of assisted reproductive technology for patients and fertility professionals alike is having to deal with failure in fertility treatment. This is especially true in couples who have attempted assisted reproductive procedures many times, and also in those whose time is running out because of their age. Now, a recently developed technique, assisted hatching, is offering new hope to the couples who fall into these categories.

Assisted hatching is a laboratory technique used with IVF. It involves the use of laser to thin the outer shell (zone pellucida) of the fertilized egg, before the embryo is transferred into the uterus. Assisted hatching is used to enhance the embryos ability to hatch, and also implant, after transfer. The procedure is based on the fact that an alteration in zona pellucida (outer covering of egg) either by drilling a hole through it or by thinning it, will promote hatching or implantation of embryos that are otherwise unable to escape intact from the zona pellucida.

After a fertilized egg is returned to the uterus, several things must happen:

• It must continue to divide and grow (it is now called an embryo).
• The embryo must break out of the zona pellucida (usually called the zona) which is a hard protein shell that surrounds it.
• The embryo must then burrow into the lining of the uterus (called the endometrium) and continue to grow there.

It has been suggested that making a hole in or thinning this outer layer may help embryos to ‘hatch’, increasing the chances of the woman becoming pregnant in some cases. Assisted hatching is indicated for infertile couples in following cases.

when the zona pellucida is noted to be excessively thick when measured on a day 3 embryo by the embryologist
with poor embryo quality
in women with an elevated Day 3 FSH
when a Flare stimulation protocol has been used
when the female partner age is 38 or older at the time of stimulation, or
with previous IVF implantation failure of embryos to implant though results were otherwise good
Frozen embryo replacements.

How does the procedure of Assisted Hatching work?

Assisted hatching is carried out in the laboratory by experienced embryologists. The assisted hatching procedure, like ICSI, is carried out by a technique known as micro manipulation. In small dishes the embryos, which now contain an average of six to eight cells, are stabilized by a holding pipette, while on the opposite side a small pipette containing acidified Tyrode's solution creates a small defect in the zona. Just before the embryos are replaced, whether they are fresh or frozen/thawed, a small hole is made in the zona, or by thinning it using a micromanipulation technique. The process is repeated for each embryo. The main methods currently in use for assisted hatching are: chemical, mechanical and laser. The process will damage about 1% of embryos.

Most IVF clinics will not perform assisted hatching if there is one embryo available because of possible damage to this embryo would result in no embryo transfer. The assisted hatched embryos are then transferred into the uterine cavity as usual. Some clinics will give the woman a course of antibiotics to prevent infection. (Assisted hatching deprives the embryo of its intact protective coat, which shields it from exposure to any harmful factors in the uterus).

Assisted Hatching using laser technology is probably the best technique. Laser assisted hatching is a gentle and safe way to weaken a part of zona pellucida. Several studies have shown that using a laser is superior to chemical and manual hatching. Minimal handling of the embryo and delivering fast and exact control over the drilling of the hole are the advantages of laser assisted hatching.

Advantages of using Assisted Hatching

This relatively small variation in the IVF procedure has yielded dramatic results in older patients and those with previously failed cycles.
1) It provides “mechanical advantage” to the embryos in breaking the zona for implantation.
2) It also ensures early contact of embryos with endometrium. This expedites enzymetic reaction between endometrium and embryos called “Embryo endometrium cross talk”.
3) Mechanical advantages and chemical advantage ensure better implantation rate and better pregnancy rate.
4) It helps women with previous failed IVF cycle.

Disadvantages

The addition of assisted hatching to the standard IVF protocol does add extra laboratory manipulation and therefore added costs. There is a small risk of damage to the embryo during the micro manipulation process or at the time of transfer, and there is a slight increase in identical twinning . There is a greater chance of fetal complications and abnormalities in some identical twins. A rare complication of identical twinning is conjoined or "Siamese" twins. No higher rate of identical twins is observed than with routine IVF. This may relate to whether a large enough opening is made in the zona to prevent pinching of the embryo during the hatching process.

Assisted hatching of IVF embryos,is an Assisted Reproductive Technology procedure which is performed in IVF laboratory. It increases IVF success rates. Consult infertility expert at Blossom Fertility centre in Surat for complete medical advice for infertile couples.

At the Blossom Fertility and IVF Centre Surat,Laser Assisted Hatching technique is used to perform the assisted hatching procedure. Doctors and embryologist are well conversant with the latest technology in the field of ART (Assisted Reproductive Technology). You can contact the top IVF doctors,Fertility specialist Surat and embryologist in surat at http://www.blossomivfindia.com or at http://www.blossomivfindia.com/fertility-treatments


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Feb22
HIV /AIDS DRUG LOPINAVIR KILLING HUMAN PAPILLOMA VIRUS -RESPONSIBLE FOR CERVICAL CANCERS IN WOMAN OF AFRICA AND DEVELOPING COUNTRY
HIV /AIDS DRUG LOPINAVIR KILLING HUMAN PAPILLOMA VIRUS -RESPONSIBLE FOR CERVICAL CANCERS IN WOMAN OF AFRICA AND DEVELOPING COUNTRY

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A commonly-used HIV drug has been shown to kill-off the human papilloma virus (HPV) that leads to cervical cancer in a clinical trial led by The University of Manchester with Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) in Nairobi.Drs Ian and Lynne Hampson, from the University’s Institute of Cancer Sciences and Dr Innocent Orora Maranga, consultant in obstetrics and gynaecology at KNH in Nairobi examined Kenyan women diagnosed with HPV positive early stage cervical cancer who were treated with the antiviral HIV drug lopinavir in Kenya.

The study looked at 40 women with both high and low-grade pre-cancerous disease of the cervix and the antiviral drug, normally used orally to treat HIV, was self-applied directly to the cervix as a pessary.The results, due to be presented at two international scientific conferences later this month and next, showed a high proportion of women diagnosed with HPV positive high-grade disease returned to normal following a short course of the new treatment.

The 40 women, who were all HPV positive with either high-grade, borderline or low-grade disease, were treated with one capsule of the antiviral drug twice a day for 2 weeks. Repeat cervical smears showed a marked improvement within one month of the treatment although after three months, there was a definite response. Out of 23 women initially diagnosed with high-grade disease, 19 (82.6%) had returned to normal and two now had low-grade disease giving an overall positive response in 91.2 per cent of those treated. Furthermore the 17 women initially diagnosed with borderline or low-grade disease also showed similar improvement.
Cervical cancer is caused by infection with human papilloma virus (HPV) and is more than five times more prevalent in East Africa than the UK. In many developing countries, HPV-related cervical cancer is still one of the most common women’s cancers accounting for approximately 290,000 deaths per year worldwide. The same virus also causes a significant proportion of cancers of the mouth and throat in both men and women and this disease is showing a large increase in developed countries, such as the UK, where it is now more than twice as common as cervical cancer.

Dr Lynne Hampson said: “Current HPV Vaccines are prophylactics aimed at preventing the disease rather than curing or treating symptoms. Other than surgery, as yet there is no effective treatment for either HPV infection or the pre-cancerous lesion it causes which is why these results are so exciting.“Further work is needed but it looks as though this might be a potential treatment to stop early stage cervical cancer caused by HPV.”

On a global scale HPV is the most common sexually transmitted disease. Although in the developed world vaccination programmes against HPV are well underway, these are not effective in women already infected with the virus. The current vaccines do not protect against all types of HPV and they are expensive, which can limit their use in countries with low resources.

The researchers believe their findings offer a potential cheap and preferably self-administered treatment that could eliminate early-stage HPV infections before these have developed into cancers would therefore have distinct health advantages. Approximately 300,000 women are dying from cervical cancer per annum which is equivalent to 800 per day, one every two minutes mostly in low resource settings.


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Feb16
HIV /AIDS CAN THEY BIRTH TO NEGATIVE BABY ?-MODERN VIEWS AS PER CD4 COUNT AND VIRAL LOAD : MOTHER TO CHILD TRANS MISSION : BREAST FEEDING
HIV /AIDS CAN THEY BIRTH TO NEGATIVE BABY ?-MODERN VIEWS AS PER CD4 COUNT AND VIRAL LOAD : MOTHER TO CHILD TRANS MISSION : BREAST FEEDING

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HIV /AIDS MANY COUPLES ASK ME QUESTION WHETHER THEY CAN PALN FOR PREGNANCY AND IF PREGNANCY TAKEN THEN THEIR CHANCE OF GETTING NEGATIVE BABY AS NO ONE WANTS THEIR CHILD IS POSITIVE.
MODERN ARV MEDICINES ARE LESS TOXIC AND IT IS RULE THT ONCE A MOTHER EITHER DETECTED DURING PREGNANCY OR LABOR HIV ARV SHOULD BE STARTED ONCE SHE IS POSITIVE IF HER VIRRAL LOAD IS HIGH OR CD4 COUNT IS LOW AND HER PARTNER IS ALSO HIV POSITIVE HER CHANCE OF GETTING POSITIVE CHILD IS VERY HIGH.
BUT IF HER VIRAL LOAD IS LOW BELOW 50-100 OR EVEN 1000 COPIES /ML OF BLOOD AND CD4 COUNT ABOVE 500 THEN CHANCE OF GETTING BABY NEGATIVE IS VERY HIFH AND SHE SHOULD BE STRICTLY ON MULTIPLE DRUG HAART OR ARV MEDICINES AS ARV ONCE STOPPED VIRAL LOAD RAISES VERY HIGH IN NO TIME
BUT IT IS NOT 100% TRUE ALSO EVEN AT ANY CD4 COUNT LEVEL OR ANY VIRAL LOAD SHE MAY GIVE BIRTH TO POSITIVE BABY BUT PERCENTAGE WISE SUCH CASES ARE MINIMAL.
SO IF PLANNING FOR PREGNANCY IF BOTH HUSBAND WIFE POSITIVE THEN BOTH SHOULD TAKE ARV MAKE VIRAL LOAD VERY LOW OR ONE POSITIVE IF FEMALE THEN SHE HAS TO MAKE VIRAL LOAD MINIMAL OR VICE VERSA AND SUCH COUPLES ALLOWED SEX USUALLY WITH CONDOM HOW MUCH LESS MAY BE VIRAL LOAD BUT ONCE -OR TWICE SEX ALLOWED WITHOUT CONDOM TO HAVE PREGNANCY BUT AFTER CONCEPTION AGAIN CONDOM HAS TO BE USED.
EVEN AFTER BIRTH IF CHILD NEGATIVE AS DETECTED BY -24 ANTIGEN OR PCR VIRAL LOAD THEN CHILD MAY BE ON PROPHYLACTIC ARV MEDICINES OR AVOID BREAST MIL OR DRINK BOILED MILK FROM MOTHER AS BREAST MILK CAN SPREAD HIV SAME WAY OTHER CONTACTS WHERE CHILD BLOOD MIXED WITH MOTHER BLOOD SHOULD BE AVOIDED.
SO NOW HIV PERSONS CAN PLAN PREGNANCY EASILY AND HAVE A NEGATIVE CHILDREN WITH REGULAR MEDICINES AND LOW VIRAL LOAD


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Jan04
Improve your fertility by simple lifestyle modifications.
You’re more likely to get pregnant if you and your partner are both in good health. Making some changes to your lifestyle may improve your chances of getting pregnant and having a healthy pregnancy. Medical conditions such as diabetes, asthma, obesity and other problems can affect your pregnancy. Lifestyle modification to tackle obesity, tobacco smoking and alcohol consumption, have been proposed as crucial in influencing the outcome of both natural and assisted conceptions.

About 84% of couples in the general population will conceive within one year if they do not use contraception and have sex regularly. Of those who don’t conceive in the first year, about half will do so in the second year. For some couples, getting pregnant happens easily. For others it can take time and may even require medical help. If you've been trying to get pregnant for a while and are starting to worry that nothing has happened, don't panic. One in six couples experiences fertility problems so yours is a very common problem.

Following are the points to be kept in mind while you are trying to conceive and should implement as lifetime changes.

1.) It takes two to make a baby, so be honest with your partner about your frustrations and anxiety, and work together. Get it out in the open, get on the same page. Find a way to de-stress (preferably together). Exercise, yoga, acupuncture and counseling all help decrease the stress hormones. Take care of your body, no radical diets or drastic weight loss. Also, gain a little weight, if you're too skinny. It will help.

2.) Balanced Healthy Diet: Diet plays an important role in setting the stage for successful conception. Being overweight or underweight can affect your chances of conceiving. Too much or too little body fat can make your periods irregular or stop them completely, which can affect your ability to conceive. Women whose BMI is more than 30 or under 19 may have problems conceiving. Take multivitamins, including iron, calcium and folic acid for women, and zinc and selenium for men. Foods high in antioxidants are great, like brightly colored fruit, strawberries, cherries, and plums.

3.) Obesity: Obesity is becoming an increasingly common cause for infertility. It is a known fact that infertility and PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) are believed to be directly associated with obesity. The reduced ovulation frequency and chances of conception observed in obese women could be attributed to the negative influence of obesity on hormonal and metabolic mechanisms. Such patients undergoing IVF possessed reduced chances of pregnancy (around 30%) as they required increased doses of gonadotropins for ovarian stimulation compared to women with recommended body mass index (BMI). Obesity contributes to anovulation and menstrual irregularities, reduced conception rate and a reduced response to fertility treatment. It also increases miscarriage and contributes to maternal and perinatal complications. Much more attention should be paid to the impact of obesity on fertility in both women and men.

In other words, not only does obesity make it much more difficult to conceive, but it also exposes both the mother and the infant to all manner of risks before and after birth. So if you are longing to fall pregnant or struggle with PCOS, give lifestyle modification a chance and take the first step by consulting a registered dietician.

4.) Smoking: It's a fact that smoking and infertility go hand in hand. Women who are smokers are at a higher risk of infertility complications. Exposure to cigarette smoke for even a few days can cause changes in the health of your eggs and embryos. If you smoke for many years, or smoke many cigarettes per day, your risk for fertility problems is increased. This can lead to fertility problems, including Ovulation problems, Genetic issues, Damage to your reproductive organs, Damage to your eggs or premature menopause and Increased risk of cancer and increased risk of miscarriage. For men, cigarette smoking increases problems such as lower sperm counts and motility, as well as hormonal problems and erectile dysfunction.

The study also reported an increased risk for the following in offspring born through spontaneous and assisted conception to smoker mothers:
• Preterm birth, growth restriction, stillbirth, and early neonatal death
• Low birth weight, oral facial clefts, and sudden infant death syndrome
• Adverse impact on the seminal parameters of male offspring

Smoking and infertility are linked even for women undergoing assisted reproductive technology (ART). Studies show smokers have a reduced chance of success with ART. If you smoke and are able to get pregnant with ART, it may take twice as long as usual. when you stop smoking, your chances of being fertile returns. So quit smoking immediately to conceive faster.

5.) Alcohol:Alcohol will affect both you and your partner. In fact, drinking any alcohol at all can reduce your fertility by half and the more you drink, the less likely you are to conceive. One study showed that women who drank less than 5 units of alcohol a week (equal to 2 standard 175ml glasses of wine) were twice as likely to get pregnant within six-months compared with those who drank more. Research has also shown that drinking alcohol causes a decrease in sperm count, an increase in abnormal sperm and a lower proportion of motile sperm. Alcohol also inhibits the body’s absorption of nutrients such as zinc, which is one of the most important minerals for male fertility.

The study linked prenatal alcohol consumption with enhanced risk for the following adverse effects:
• Reduced chances of conception, low pregnancy rates, and increased miscarriages
• Physical anomalies to behavioral and cognitive deficits in offspring, which can be included under the broad term, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD)
• Fetal death, fetal growth restriction and preterm birth

As difficult as it may seem, you should eliminate alcohol from your diets for at least three months in order to give yourself the best possible chance of conceiving.

6.) Caffeine

There is plenty of evidence to show that caffeine, particularly in the form of coffee, decreases fertility. Drinking as little as one cup of coffee a day can halve your chances of conceiving and just two cups a day increases the risk of a miscarriage. One study showed that problems with sperm: sperm count, motility and abnormalities, increase with the number of cups of coffee consumed each day. Once again, it’s important to eliminate all caffeine-containing food and drinks for at least three months before trying to conceive. That includes colas, chocolate, black teas and coffee, among other things.

Considering the negative impact of these lifestyle factors it is recommended that the the infertility specialists practicing in the ART field must make aware the complications arising out of it to the patients. Fertility treatment should not be provided to womens who consume alcohol more then moderate levels or are unwilling or unable to control consumption of alcohol. For the womens who are obese, Weight loss is reported to exert a positive effect on the reproductive potential. If the ART treatment is made conditional upon lifestyle changes, the physicians should assist the patients in achieving the required results.Scientific research are mandatory to substantiate the reproductive effects of alcohol consumption, obesity, smoking, and other lifestyle-related factors.

Lifestyle modification should be the preferred as initial treatment of infertility. A healthy lifestyle in general is key to making sure your fertility is in tip top shape. That includes eating well and exercising to make sure you’re a healthy weight. And of course, drinking within the limit or stopping altogether is part of this. The importance of a healthy lifestyle can’t be overstated.

Author of the article is an IVF Fertility infertility specialist and runs fertility centre and provides the best affordable quality infertility,fertility treatments with advanced reproductive technologies like IVF,ART, GIFT, ZIFT, TET, ICSI,donor egg,surrogate and surrogacy services for all nationalities.

With advancement in today’s assisted reproductive technology, it has become possible for the infertile couples to attain parenthood with the help of IVF, ICSI, IUI, IMSI, Surrogacy and other available fertility treatments.For starting a successful ivf treatment you can contact IVF Doctors or Fertility specialist at Rotunda Fertility Clinic at http://rotunda.co.in or http://www.testtubebabyclinic.com


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Dec26
SEMEN'S ALLERGY : AN IMPORTANT CAUSE OF INFERTILITY & DISTRESS
SEMEN'S ALLERGY : AN IMPORTANT CAUSE OF INFERTILITY & DISTRESS

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Although very funny in speaking but Sperm Allergy is a known entity and leads to a variety of symptoms in woman affected and is the minor but important cause of infertility.Dr Michael Carroll, a lecturer in Reproductive Science at Manchester Metropolitan University in the United Kindgom has researched the topic. He estimates that up to 12 percent of women are affected, and that women aged between 20 and 30 show the worst symptoms.

One of Dr Carroll's papers, published in the journal Human Fertility, suggests that sperm allergy is often misdiagnosed — the symptoms are, after all, similar to other conditions including dermatitis and some sexually transmitted diseases.Women who are allergic to their partner's semen experience unpleasant symptoms, ranging from swelling, burning sensations, and itching to anaphylactic shock. Semen allergies also make pregnancy very hard to achieve.Couples who would like to become parents can face all kinds of medical problems. A semen allergy is among the less well-known and more bizarre causes of fertility struggles. These couple are later submitted to fetility by ICSE METHOD OR SINGLE SPERN PENETRATION as some cervical mucosal protein produce antibodies resulting in such allergy .

What is colloquially known as a “sperm allergy” or a “semen allergy” is, in fact, an allergic reaction to a protein within a man's seminal plasma. It is officially known as Human Seminal Plasma Hypersensitivity. Women can manifest an allergic reaction after contact with their partner's semen, but a man can also be allergic to his own semen in rare cases.The allergic reaction does not typically occur the first time the skin comes into contact with the allergen. Rather, the allergy builds up over time.

As the white blood cells develop IgE (immunoglobulin E) antibodies to the allergen, the person becomes sensitized and will start noticing particularly uncomfortable symptoms.
Women who have a semen allergy are likely to be allergic to all semen, not just their particular partner's semen. Once sensitized, the body will jump into action immediately upon allergen exposure and symptoms will show up right away or within the hour. The antibodies quickly detect the allergen in the semen, and bind to it. At the same time, chemicals like histamines are released to deal with the allergen.

The result? Swelling of the genital area, a burning sensation, pain and redness can be the uncomfortable resulting symptoms. Histamine leads to typical allergy symptoms like urticaria (hives), swelling, and an itchy skin. Anyone who has ever had hives knows how uncomfortable they can be, but imagine what it would be like if your genital area was affected.What's even more disturbing is that some women who are hypersensitive to semen have reactions so severe that they can go into anaphylactic shock!

De sensitisation is done by injecting vry diluted semen in vagina and gradually over period of time saturation is increased or some time if cervical mucosa by passed as in ART allegy is less noticed,antihistaminic,zinc and other immune modulators are also used.


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Dec26
Test Tube Babies Clinic - Test Tube Baby Centre
Over the past decade, the concept of IVF has gained popularity at a swift pace in India. Factors such as delayed pregnancies, altered lifestyle, and changing preferences are the key reasons due to which the problem of infertility in the country is increasing at an alarming rate.

It is the dream of most of the couples to have their own children as part of their relationship. In India 1 in 6 couples have problems in conceiving. This is a journey that no one intends to start, and no one can be sure how it will end.The first step is the recognition that there may be a problem. The formal definition of infertility is failure to conceive after one year of exposure to pregnancy (“unprotected intercourse”). If age is an issue then the waiting time should not be more then 6 months.

Age plays a major role in fertility issues. Fertility starts to decline for women from about the age of 30, dropping down more steeply from the age of 35. As women grow older the likelihood of getting pregnant falls while the likelihood of infertility rises. Even though male fertility also declines with age, it tends to happen gradually for men.

Test Tube Baby or In vitro fertilisation (IVF) is a process by which an egg is fertilised by sperm outside the body. In vitro fertilization is the most common and most effective type of assisted reproductive technology (ART) to help women become pregnant.Test Tube Baby procedure involves fertilizing an egg outside the body, in a laboratory dish, and then implanting it in a woman's uterus.

If a couple decides to go for consultation of medical experts then first thing is to fix up an appointment with infertility specialist or IVF Specialist at Test Tube Baby Centre. Many infertility problems can be pinpointed by the infertility specialist and the vast majority cases can be treated.

Many cases of apparent infertility are treatable. Infertility may have a single cause in one of the partners, or it could be the result of a combination of factors. The most common causes attributed to the term infertility are Womb and fallopian tubes, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), Varicocele Repair for Infertility, Abnormal Sperm Count, Shape, Motility and Endometriosis.

Test tube baby centre is a place where all treatments related to infertility are available under one roof. Equipped with all types of latest IVF equipment and latest reproductive technology that can easily cure problems like IUI, IVF – ICSI, IVF-ET, Egg donation, Blastocyst culture, Embryo Donation, Assisted hatching, Surrogacy and few more, test tube baby centres help infertile couples to enjoy parenthood.

Few of the treatments available at Test Tube Baby Centres include:

Intra Uterine Insemination (IUI)

This is the method by which processed semen is placed directly in the uterus with the help of a catheter. IUI can be done in a natural cycle, however, to get better results, it is usually preceded by ovulation induction / ovarian stimulation using appropriate fertility enhancing drugs.

In vitro fertilisation (IVF )
In vitro fertilization is an option for many couples who cannot conceive through conventional therapies. In IVF, fertilization occurs outside the woman’s body. The woman’s eggs and the man’s sperm are united in the laboratory. Once fertilization occurs, the early embryo(s) are transferred to the woman’s uterus.

Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI )
ICSI involves injecting a single sperm directly into the cytoplasm of a mature egg (oocyte) using a glass needle (pipette) thus by passing any barriers to fertilization. ICSI is currently the most successful form of micromanipulative assisted fertilization available for male factor infertility.

IVF Using Donor Oocyte (Eggs)
Women who are unable to produce their own eggs or their eggs failed to fertilise during an IVF cycle due to poor Oocyte quality can be helped by using other women’s egg (Donor Oocyte). Replacement of donor embryos and surrogacy are other available options to the infertile couple.

Surrogacy
Surrogacy is when a woman, surrogate mother, carries and delivers a child that is not genetically related to her. For medical reasons, the wife of the intended parents cannot carry a child but produces healthy eggs. If the wife cannot produce healthy eggs an egg donor can be used.

PGD – Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis
This is a highly advanced technique available at our center for the avoidance of certain genetic conditions, such as Down‘s syndrome or thalassemia major.Preimplantation genetic diagnosis enables physicians to identify genetic diseases in the embryo, prior to implantation, before the pregnancy is established.

Laser Assisted Hatching
In laser assisted hatching, an extremely minute hole is made in the outer shell of the embryo using computer-guided laser energy for repeated IVF failures or IVF in older age.

Male Infertility Treatment
Treatments vary from ineffective Vitamin supplements to the highly successful advanced ICSI (Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection) treatment.When a man has little or no sperm in his ejaculate, it may be possible to retrieve sperm from his testicles or epididymis and have a baby through ICSI.

Cryo Preservation of Embryos ( embryo freezing )
Excess (Surplus) embryos can be Cryo-preserved at ultra low temperatures for many years. These frozen embryos can be used subsequently without the need for ovarian stimulation and egg retrieval. However the pregnancy rate following transfer of frozen embryos is lower than that with fresh embryos.

Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART)
Any medical technique that attempts to obtain a pregnancy by means other than by intercourse is defined as ART. These techniques involve the manipulation of sperm or Oocyte or both, and the gametes or the embryos are transferred into the uterus or fallopian tubes. ART includes Intrauterine Insemination (IUI), In Vitro Fertilisation-Embryo Transfer (IVF-ET), Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI), Assisted Hatching (AH) etc.

Assisted Hatching ( AH )
The procedure is based on the fact that an alteration in zona pellucida (outer covering of egg) either by drilling a hole through it or by thinning it, will promote hatching or implantation of embryos that are otherwise unable to escape intact from the zona pellucida.

Semen /Sperm freezing
Semen /Sperm can be stored frozen at ultra low temperatures for long duration which could be helpful in a variety of circumstances such as Semen freezing prior to chemotherapy, Inability of the male partner to be present or to deliver the semen on the day of procedure(however, the frozen semen is used as a standby and fresh sample is always preferable), Testicular biopsy / sperm freezing to avoid repeated biopsies and Donor semen, until getting a repeated investigation done for the infectious diseases.

All these fertility treatments requires specialised Test tube baby centre - IVF clinic and specialised doctors with latest technology and hygiene conditions. The Blossom Fertility and IVF Centre aims to reduce the stress and hassle associated with infertility investigations and treatment, by offering a one-stop diagnostic and treatment service for infertile couples. More than 800 such couples are helped every year. The Centre offers state-of-the-art class 10000 IVF laboratory and equipments and specialist clinical, scientific and nursing care. Excellent success rates are achieved for most types of fertility treatment.The fertility specialist at Blossom are committed to offer clinical excellence, cost-effective treatment options, personalized compassionate care, and exceptional success rate.

Blossom Fertility Centre aims at offering the latest services, with success rates equivalent to the West, at very affordable costs and at the same time without compromising on the quality.

For any type of infertility treatments like Female infertility, Male infertility, IUI, IVF, ICSI, IMSI, Egg donation, Embryo Adoption, Embryo Donation, Surrogate motherhood, Sperm banking, Embryo freezing, Assisted Hatching you can contact Blossom Fertility Centre situated in the South Gujarat and get solution for all your infertility issues. You can contact us at http://www.blossomivfindia.com/ or call them on +91 261 2470444.


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Nov11
When and Why should you see a Fertility Specialist?
For millions of women, the road to pregnancy can sometimes be difficult. The idea of starting a family and becoming parents is the most exciting dream for many couples. But that dream begins to fade when they repeatedly experience the pain and heartache of not being able to conceive. They slowly lose hope, fearing continual disappointment. If you've been working with your family doctor or OB/GYN while trying to get pregnant but haven't had success, it may be time so see a fertility specialist or fertility doctor. That’s why it’s important to know when to see a fertility specialist and how this doctor can help you.

Fear of failure, concerns about cost and stories you have heard about other couples’ difficulties in conceiving can be discouraging. The majority of couples — 65% — who seek fertility treatment succeed in having children after being treated with fertility medication or surgical repair of reproductive organs. More than 95% of infertile couples in treatment do not require in vitro fertilization (IVF).

If you and your partner have concerns about fertility, the most important step you can take is to talk to a fertility specialist. Learning about fertility issues will help you feel more positive about testing, fertility treatments or other support that you may need to get pregnant and start your family. You don't need to wait — the sooner you see a fertility specialist, the sooner a fertility problem may be diagnosed and treated.

What does the term Fertility Specialist mean?

Fertility specialists are doctors that focus on diagnosing and treating male and female infertility. Fertility doctors study Reproductive endocrinology and infertility (REI), a branch of medicine that identifies and treats infertility in both men and women. Fertility doctors are gynecologists who have received advanced, specialized training and certification in fertility problems and solutions. These fertility specialists have undergone the extensive advanced medical training necessary to accurately diagnose and treat the many complex conditions that can cause infertility. Fertility specialists specialises from the initial diagnosis in the male and female to the most complex assisted reproductive technology procedures. Fertility specialist are actively involved in the management of in vitro fertilization cycles and master the administration of FSH, cycle monitoring, retrieval, culture and transfer.

When its time to see a fertility specialist?

If you've been working with your family doctor or OB/GYN while trying to get pregnant but haven't had success, it may be time so see a fertility specialist. One might want to see a fertility doctor sooner if you have a history of irregular or painful periods, pelvic pain, endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), repeated miscarriages, or if your partner has a low sperm count or a history of testicular, prostate, or sexual problems. If age is a concern then also it is better to seek assistance of fertility specialist earlier.

What is the role of a fertility specialist?

A fertility specialist diagnoses and treats problems related to infertility. If you have been trying to get pregnant for a year (or six months if you are over 35) and natural conception is not working, a fertility specialist can diagnose and treat the infertility problems like Endometriosis, Problems with ovulation, Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), Abnormalities of the ovaries, fallopian tubes and/or uterus

Also, if you have had two or more miscarriages, a fertility specialist may diagnose the cause of the miscarriages. The specialist would then guide you in selecting procedures that may help prevent miscarriage so you carry the baby to term.
If you are over 35 or if you want to benefit from assisted reproductive technologies (ART), like in vitro fertilization (IVF), a fertility specialist can guide you in using the ART process, along with other high-tech procedures. A fertility specialist may be the most qualified doctor to help you overcome infertility and finally get pregnant.

Should we plan the visit to see the fertility specialist along with the partner?

Its always important that both the partners make visit together. The reason of infertility can be from either side male or female. If you are not sure why you are having trouble getting pregnant, then may be your partner is struggling with male factor infertility. It’s important for you both to see a fertility specialist. Men with low sperm count or sexual dysfunction may be referred to a urologist or doctor that specializes in male infertility. A urologist who specializes in andrology may be the most highly qualified professional for all aspects of male infertility. Usually a semen analysis is performed before a couple proceeds to other infertility treatments.

The questions to be discussed with Fertility Specialist.

Befre you visit a fertility doctor you should have set of questions prepared to disuss with him. That will save lot of time and will help you in deciding about fertility doctor. The set of questions are discussed below.

What specific tests would you recommend to diagnose my infertility? How much do they cost?
Based on the results of those tests, what are my fertility treatment options, and how much do they cost?
How many ovulation induction (OI) cycles do you recommend before moving to in vitro fertilization (IVF)?
How many embryos do you transfer per cycle?
What is the success rate for IVF in terms of live births per embryo transfer for this facility?
If necessary, can you help me access donor egg, embryo or sperm donor?
How will I communicate with you during this whole process?
Does your clinic provide emotional counseling, or can you refer me to a counselor who deals with fertility problems?
What can I expect in terms of time commitments and how many visits do you anticipate will be necessary?

Choosing the right specialist

It’s important to find the right specialist for you. This may be based on a location convenient to you or by reading the specialist profiles to understand their areas of expertise. Once you have found the right doctor for you, take your first step and make an appointment and personally visit the doctor. Make sure you and your spouse are comfortable with the specialit and there clinic. You should develop a trust in him. Then only proceed.

Lastly, follow your own instincts. You know your body, and if you are trying month after month and can’t get pregnant, go ahead and make an appointment to see a fertility specialist. Remember, if you're under 35 and have been trying for more than a year, or are 35 or older and have been trying for 6 months or more, then you should should see a fertility specialist right away. This can give you a peace of mind immediately—and hopefully a baby in the near future.

For intended parents trying to conceive it is always advisable to take consultation from the infertility specialist rather then to beleive in the said things.Today on average, of the 1.5 million assisted reproductive cycles performed worldwide.

With today's advanced reproductive technology, You can always find a solution to all the fertility problems.You must meet an expert in the infertility field.One such clinic is Rotunda,which offers the entire range of fertility services, all under one roof. At Rotunda, we work hand-in-hand with you to make every phase of fertility treatment-- as predictable and comfortable as possible.For couples facing more difficult challenges, we have ART programs,which ranks amongst the best in the nation.You can contact us at http://www.iwannagetpregnant.com or http://www.rotunda.co.in or email at rotunda.fertility@gmail.com or at simply call on +91 22 2655 2000 or +91 22 26390044


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Sep10
Irregular Periods And Getting Motherhood with IVF
Infertility problems are increasing day by day and it is very common today.It is estimated that as many as one in six couples may experience difficulties in conceiving.It is advisable to seek specialist help if you have not been successful despite trying for 12 months.Sometimes it may be better to act sooner (for example if there is a pre-existing problem such as irregular/absent periods). Infertility problems in women may be the result of blocked tubes,ovulation disorders,STDs,or age.

Abnormalities of the hormones that control the menstrual cycle and/or abnormalities of the uterus itself can lead to absent,frequent or irregular menstrual periods.In order to successfully diagnose the cause of the abnormal menstrual periods,several tests may be suggested.Irregular periods are a common condition in women and can be caused by many things.Most of the time the irregular periods are related to a condition called “anovulation”.This is a medical term for an imbalance between the hormones of the pituitary gland, the ovaries and the hypothalamus.

Menstrual cycle disorders can cause a woman's periods to be absent or infrequent.Although some women do not mind missing their menstrual period,these changes should always be discussed with the doctor because they can signal underlying medical conditions and potentially have long-term health consequences.A woman who misses more than three menstrual periods (either consecutively or over the course of a year) should see either the doctor or the gyneacologist.

Amenorrhea or Missed Periods
The term amenorrhea is used by doctors to describe the absence of menstruation.Primary amenorrhea (in which a woman does not begin menstruating) is very rare,while secondary amenorrhea (when menstrual periods are absent for more than three to six months in a woman who previously had periods) is much more common.

Oligomenorrhea or Infrequent or Irregular Periods
Oligomenorrhea is the medical term for infrequent menstrual periods (fewer than six to eight periods per year).

The causes,evaluation,and treatment of amenorrhea and oligomenorrhea are similar.

CAUSES OF IRREGULAR PERIODS

Menstrual cycle disorders can result from conditions that affect the hypothalamus, pituitary gland, ovaries, uterus, cervix, or vagina.

Primary amenorrhea--The most common causes includes

1) Conditions that are present at birth, but may not be noticed until puberty. These conditions include genetic or chromosomal abnormalities and abnormalities of the reproductive organs (eg, if the uterus is not present or developed abnormally).

2) All of the conditions that lead to secondary amenorrhea can also cause primary amenorrhea.

Secondary amenorrhea-- Pregnancy is the most common of secondary amenorrhea. Other common causes include the following:

1} Ovarian conditions, such as polycystic ovary syndrome and ovarian failure (early menopause).

2) Hypothalamic amenorrhea. This occurs when the hypothalamus slows or stops releasing GnRH (gonadotropin releasing hormone), a hormone that influences when a woman has a menstrual period.

3) Prolactin-secreting pituitary tumors are another common cause of secondary amenorrhea.

Oligomenorrhea â€" Many of the conditions that cause primary or secondary amenorrhea can also cause a woman to ovulate irregularly (oligomenorrhea). However, most women who develop infrequent periods have polycystic ovary syndrome.

EVALUATION OF IRREGULAR PERIODS

The evaluation of amenorrhea/oligomenorrhea includes a complete medical history and physical examination.

The womans personal and medical history reveals the clues about the cause of amenorrhea.Any problems during infancy or childhood,the date of first period and its frequency and the history of irregular menstrual periods should all be accounted for.Physical examination includes the examination of the face, neck,breasts, and abdomen. A pelvic examination will also be performed.Because pregnancy is the most common cause of secondary amenorrhea, a pregnancy test is usually recommended for women whose menstrual periods have stopped. Blood tests to measure hormone levels is also recommended.

TREATMENT OF IRREGULAR PERIODS

The goal of the treatment is to correct the underlying condition. For a woman who is trying to become pregnant,restoring fertility may be another goal.

Polycystic ovary syndrome â€" Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a chronic condition that causes infrequent periods and an excess of androgens (male hormones).PCOS treatment is recommended to reestablish normal menstrual cycles and prevent long-term complications.For women with PCOS who want to become pregnant,hormone pills or injections are often needed to help women ovulate.Ovulation occurs in almost all women with PCOS who use gonadotropin therapy;approximately 60 percent of these women become pregnant.

Hypothalamic amenorrhea â€" Women with hypothalamic amenorrhea are sometimes able to resume normal menstrual periods after making certain lifestyle changes,such as eating a higher-calorie diet, gaining weight,reducing the intensity or frequency of exercise,and reducing emotional stress.Some doctors recommend estrogen and progestin hormone replacement (or a hormonal contraceptive,such as a birth control pill) for women with hypothalamic amenorrhea.These treatments can reduce the risk of developing osteoporosis later in life.

Ovarian failure â€" Normally,a woman stops ovulating around the age of 50;this is called menopause.If a woman stops ovulating before age 40,this is called premature ovarian failure.With most types of ovarian failure,pregnancy can be achieved using injectable fertility medications and donor eggs.

High prolactin â€" Women with amenorrhea and hyperprolactinemia can usually have normal menstrual periods and become pregnant when treated with medications under the supervision of the doctors.

Hypothalamic or pituitary conditions â€" Some hypothalamic and pituitary gland conditions that cause amenorrhea,such as a congenital deficiency of gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH), are irreversible.

Endometrial adhesions (Asherman syndrome) â€" The doctor may recommend surgery to remove the scarred tissue, followed by estrogen treatment to stimulate regrowth of the lining.

Anatomic problems â€" Surgery is often an effective treatment if amenorrhea is caused by a blockage in the reproductive tract.

If you've skipped a period,try to relax.Restoring your life to emotional and physical balance can help.Many women miss periods now and then.Unless you are pregnant,chances are your cycle will return to normal next month.

Facing the diagnosis of infertility (the reason for which may or may not be known) is a difficult and complex task.A lack of awareness compounds the anxiety caused from the inability to conceive and the uncertainty about the future.In most cases of female infertility,doctor can do a fertility workup. Through a physical examination and tests,doctors may determine the problem.Then,treatment with medications and/or surgery or high-tech procedures may help you get pregnant.

Good news for people wanting to start family with IVF and moving first step towards the parenthood.No matter what is causing infertility,there are answers.Talk with your fertility specialist.In many cases,planning ahead and preventing female fertility problems early on can help set the stage for a healthy pregnancy.

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