Infertility Management in Noida by Dr Bhumika Shukla


Infertility is a common reproductive health issue faced by women and couples. It can be a painful experience, especially if you’re in the process of trying to conceive a baby.

However, a number of treatment options are available to help you conceive. Some of the popular ones are intrauterine insemination (IUI) and in vitro fertilization (IVF).

Consult Dr. Bhumika for infertility management in Noida

1. Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)

Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a fertility treatment that enhances the chance of pregnancy by placing millions of healthy sperm inside the uterus. This procedure is commonly used to treat male factor infertility, but it can also be helpful for females with a blockage in their fallopian tubes or who have endometriosis.

In IUI, a doctor collects a semen sample from your partner or a donor, and then “washes” it to remove any debris and sperm that are not motile or healthy. This process also helps remove chemicals that can cause reactions in the uterus and make it harder to get pregnant.

Then, your doctor injects the semen into your cervix using a catheter. You may have some mild cramping, similar to what you might experience after a pap test.

2. Sperm Retrieval Procedures (PESA)

Sperms are produced in the testis, stored in the epididymis and travel through the vas deferens to reach the ejaculatory duct for sperm release during ejaculation. But some men may have a blockage in the vas deferens, which prevents them from releasing their sperm.

These problems could be caused by various factors, such as genetic issues, previous infections or maldescended testes. In such cases, a procedure called sperm retrieval can be used to help with fertility treatment.

In PESA, a small needle is passed through the skin into the epididymis to retrieve sperm from there. The fluid is collected and taken for microscopic examination by embryologists to see whether there is any viable sperm or not.

TESA is similar, but instead of using a needle, a short cut is made through the testes and a small number of the seminiferous tubules themselves are harvested and dissected under the microscope by embryologists to assess whether they contain sperm or not. This allows much more tissue to be biopsied and improves the chances of finding sperm.

3. In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) is one of the most common treatments for infertility. It is an assisted reproduction procedure that combines healthy eggs with sperm outside the woman’s body to form embryos.

A cycle of IVF treatment can take four to six weeks. It is a safe procedure but some women may experience minor side effects. These include headaches, mood swings and abdominal pain.

4. Surrogacy

Surrogacy is an option for people who have a genetic connection to the child but cannot conceive due to medical issues. This is the process of placing embryos created through fertility treatment into the uterus of a gestational carrier who will carry and deliver the baby.

Gestational surrogacy is the most common type of surrogacy in the world and it can be a life-changing experience for thousands of people each year.

The gestational surrogate, or carrier, must have a clear health and background check to ensure they will be able to carry a healthy pregnancy and give birth. She should also get tests for infectious diseases such as syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia.

5. Laparoscopy

Laparoscopy is an advanced procedure used for diagnosing and treating a number of conditions. This surgery is less invasive than traditional (open) surgery, resulting in a shorter recovery time.

Doctors use a laparoscope (a long, thin tube) with a video camera on the end to examine organs in your abdomen and pelvis. The laparoscope is put through a small incision near your belly button.

During the procedure, your abdomen is inflated with carbon dioxide or nitrous oxide gas to make it easier for your surgeon to see the inside of your body. Depending on the procedure, you may have one or more keyhole incisions made and trocars (small tubes) placed in each one.

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