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Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET)
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  • Category: female fertility, infertility, ivf, IVF Treatment, Nutrition, parenthood, Pregnancy
Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) Process- Benefits | Tips for getting ready for the FET process | Janisthaa Fertility Centre
Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) A frozen embryo transfer (FET) is a procedure of IVF in which frozen embryo from a previous IVF cycle is thawed or warming of embryos is done and transferred into the endometrium. FET has high effective success rate in patients who are not able to conceive with repeated IVF failure. FET...
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Top Factors Affecting the IVF Success and Failure
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  • Category: female fertility, infertility, ivf, IVF Treatment, Nutrition, parenthood, Pregnancy
Top 4 Factors Affecting The IVF Success And Failure | Janisthaa Fertility Centre
The probability of success in fertility-related treatments such as In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF) varies from one couple to another. Some are fortunate to conceive in the very first cycle, whereas others might obtain positive results after many attempts. Therefore, it is difficult to make any conclusive statements to those who seek IVF to pursue the dreams...
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Blastocyst Transfer In IVF
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Blastocyst Transfer In IVF
Blastocyst transfer is crucial for IVF treatment and is the most advanced technology for fertility. Blastocysts are precocious embryos with high chances of implantation than the earlier methods. In this technique, the embryo is cultured in the blastocyst stage and reaches the blastocyst development stage after five days of fertilization. The cultured embryo can move...
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Endometrial Receptivity Array (ERA)
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  • Category: female fertility, infertility, ivf, IVF Treatment, Nutrition, parenthood, Pregnancy
What is ERA (Endometrial Receptivity Array) | What happens during ERA? | Janisthaa Fertility Centre
The Growth of an organism is an interplay of genetics and the environment. When we speak of the environment, it refers not only to the external worldly environment but the environment (i.e., physiology) within the human body of the pregnant mother that is external to the foetus. One such important environment that aids in the...
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How ICSI Treatment Improves The Chance Of Fertility?
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ICSI Treatment: Improves Your Chance Of Fertility
It is well-established that the success of fertility not only depends on the quality of eggs alone, but also depends on the quality of the sperm. The quality of the sperm can differ in many ways and affect fertility. Physiological factors such as low sperm production, low sperm concentration (less than 15 million sperm per...
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Thin Endometrium: Causes, Symptoms and Treatments
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Thin Endometrium: Causes, Symptoms and Treatments
Endometrium is a thin layer of protective tissue which forms the lining of the uterus, playing an important role in preparing and the process of pregnancy. Every month, the endometrium thickens itself to aid a successful pregnancy, where the embryo implants itself into the endometrium. In case of absence of pregnancy, the endometrium sheds itself,...
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How To Bounce Back After A Failed IVF Cycle
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Bouncing Back After A Failed IVF Cycle | Janisthaa Fertility Centre
The decision to undergo In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF) with hopes and dreams of starting a family not only requires financial resources, but the investment of an enormous amount of physical as well as emotional energy. IVF is usually the last measure that a couple resort to for conceive a child, and a failed IVF cycle might...
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Blocked Fallopian Tubes: Causes, Symptoms, Precautions and Treatment
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Blocked Fallopian Tubes: Causes, Symptoms, Precautions and Treatment | Janisthaa Fertility Centre
Fallopian tubes, also known as Uterine tubes, are part of the female reproductive system that connect the uterus and the ovaries. These tubes aid in the movement of the fertilized eggs from the ovaries to the uterus, every month during the course of ovulation. Conception also occurs in the fallopian tube as the sperm swims...
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Cesarean Section v/s Natural Birth
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Cesarean Section VS Natural Birth- Pros & Cons | Janisthaa Fertility Centre
As much as the desire to have a child and seeing that dream come true is exciting, what is also important for the expectant parents, is to be wise about birthing plans. A Birth plan comprises preferences that a person has with regards to the type of delivery that they want, the position that they...
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Can oligospermia cause miscarriage?
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What is Oligospermia ? | Causes & How does Oligospermia affect fertility? | Janisthaa Fertility Centre
What is oligospermia? Oligospermia is a male fertility issue characterized by a low sperm count. Other aspects of the sexual health of men with this condition are typical. This includes the ability to get and maintain an erection, as well as produce ejaculation at orgasm. Sperm count in your ejaculate can vary throughout your life....
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