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Women’s health :
Infertility

Infertility primarily refers to the biological inability of a person to contribute to conception. Infertility may also refer to the state of a woman who is unable to carry a pregnancy to full term.

 

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1. Which Specialist should I see if I am infertile?

A woman should consult a Gynaecologist and a man a Urologist or a General Surgeon.

2. When is the woman most fertile?

The first day of the period is "Day 1". Around "Day 14" your ovary produces an egg. That egg is viable for about 24 hours; this is the most fertile time. However, not all women ovulate on "Day 14". Some ovulate a little earlier and some later. Some don't ovulate at all. Remember, mensturation period can come even without ovulation. The ability to ovulate can vary from month to month.

3. What is In Vitro Fertilisation(IVF)?

Originally developed to help women with irreparable damage to their fallopian tubes, IVF (In Vitro Fertilisation) is now used for many other disorders including endometriosis and low or poor sperm quality. The technique involves removing several eggs from the ovary, fertilising them in the laboratory with sperm from the male partner, and transferring the resulting embryos to the womb for implantation and pregnancy.

4. Is In Vitro Fertilization Expensive?

Yes. Like other extremely delicate medical procedures, IVF involves highly trained professionals with sophisticated laboratories and equipment, and the cycle may need to be repeated to be successful. While IVF and other assisted reproductive technologies are not inexpensive, they account for only three hundredths of one percent (0.03%) of the entire community.

5. Does this infertility occur in women only?

Infertility can be present in both the sexes.

6. Which Specialist should I see if I am infertile?

A woman should consult a Gynaecologist and a man a Urologist or a General Surgeon.

7. When is the woman most fertile?

The first day of the period is "Day 1". Around "Day 14" your ovary produces an egg. That egg is viable for about 24 hours; this is the most fertile time. However, not all women ovulate on "Day 14". Some ovulate a little earlier and some later. Some don't ovulate at all. Remember, mensturation period can come even without ovulation. The ability to ovulate can vary from month to month.

8. What is In Vitro Fertilisation(IVF)?

Originally developed to help women with irreparable damage to their fallopian tubes, IVF (In Vitro Fertilisation) is now used for many other disorders including endometriosis and low or poor sperm quality. The technique involves removing several eggs from the ovary, fertilising them in the laboratory with sperm from the male partner, and transferring the resulting embryos to the womb for implantation and pregnancy.

9. Is In Vitro Fertilization Expensive?

Yes. Like other extremely delicate medical procedures, IVF involves highly trained professionals with sophisticated laboratories and equipment, and the cycle may need to be repeated to be successful. While IVF and other assisted reproductive technologies are not inexpensive, they account for only three hundredths of one percent (0.03%) of the entire community.

10. Does this infertility occur in women only?

Infertility can be present in both the sexes.






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