Infertility Management

Infertility Management

Are you suffering from infertility issues, get infertility management in Thane at Nimai's Borneo Mother And Child Hospitals. Infertility management requires an integrated approach to the health, welfare and quality of life of both couples and individuals affected by infertility. The legal and policy framework must ensure that all parties involved in a fertility treatment or service receive equal benefits and protection from discrimination.

Infertility work-up

Infertility evaluations can determine the major causes of infertility and identify personalized treatment options. The process can take as little as a month, and the evaluation may include tests for ovaries, fallopian tubes, sperm, and hormones. These tests are typically non-invasive, but they are often a little expensive.

HSG is a very useful diagnostic tool, which can detect tubal damage or abnormalities in the uterine cavity. It can also help determine which surgical technique is needed. While laparoscopy is the preferred diagnostic method for pelvic pathology and peritoneal factors of infertility, HSG is less invasive and less expensive. Both methods have their benefits, and they complement each other. Infertility work-ups that incorporate both methods are vital for a thorough diagnosis. However, HSGs can be prone to inter-observer variability, which can affect the interpretation.

Tubal Patency Test

A Tubal Patency Test is a diagnostic test that is used to determine if your fallopian tubes are open and functioning properly. It is most commonly used to determine if you are able to conceive. However, it is important to remember that this test is not as accurate as other types of tests, which means that it may not always be accurate. Moreover, it can be painful without anesthesia.

Several methods are used to determine the patency of the fallopian tubes, including hysterosalpingography and hysterosalpingo-contrast sonography (HSG). Both methods use ionizing radiation and are not as patient-friendly. HyFoSy is a newer technique that is proposed as a more patient-friendly alternative. Nonetheless, no large trials have been conducted to compare the two methods.

Ovulation Induction

Ovulation induction is a method of increasing egg production for women who are having trouble conceiving. It usually involves using fertility medications to stimulate the ovaries to release the egg. This treatment is often combined with intrauterine insemination, in which concentrated sperm are injected into the uterus.

During the treatment, hormones are administered to increase the follicles that are in the ovaries and predictably stimulate the development of the egg during the menstrual cycle. In the long run, this technique increases a woman's chances of conceiving.

Follicular Monitoring

Follicular Monitoring is a common procedure used to monitor a woman's ovarian follicles to ensure that they are mature and ready to conceive. It is done with a transvaginal ultrasound, which can be completed within fifteen to twenty minutes. The ultrasound allows doctors to determine the number of follicles and the thickness and type of endometrium. In addition, the monitoring appointment usually includes bloodwork that includes Estradiol and Progesterone, and sometimes additional labs are ordered. These lab values are then analyzed by a medical team to determine whether follicles are developing and maturing properly. Generally, Estradiol levels will increase as follicles mature, and Progesterone levels should decrease.

In women with infertility, follicular monitoring is essential to help determine when ovulation will occur and when not. This will help women plan their intercourse around the timing of ovulation and implantation of the fertilized egg on the uterine wall. However, follicular monitoring does not guarantee pregnancy because some problems prevent conception after ovulation.

Intrauterine Insemination

Intrauterine insemination is a method for increasing your chances of conception by injecting highly concentrated sperm into your uterus at the exact time that you ovulate. You can use sperm from your partner or a donor. The sperm used in this procedure are screened for motility and active morphology, and are then inserted into your uterus when you ovulate.

LThere are a few advantages of intrauterine insemination. First of all, it is more effective than other methods of insemination. For example, intrauterine insemination can be performed at any age, and is safe and easy to do. It is also much cheaper than other treatments.

Laparoscopy

Laparoscopy has a significant role in modern fertility management. Infertility can cause many complications, including the inability to conceive. During this procedure, a doctor will examine the pelvic organs and ovaries to evaluate the underlying causes of infertility. If a woman fails to conceive after trying a number of different treatments, laparoscopy may be an option.

Laparoscopy can also be used to diagnose endometriosis, which is a common cause of difficulty in conception. This procedure can also be used to correct symptoms related to endometriosis, including irregular ovulation. Although it is not recommended for every woman, it is a viable treatment option for women who experience fertility issues.

Hysteroscopy

Hysteroscopy is a daycare procedure performed by a reproductive surgeon. The procedure does not require incisions or anesthesia, and the surgical team will use a thin videoscopic lens to view the uterus. The hysteroscope can be used to diagnose abnormalities inside the uterus, including fibroids and polyps. It can also be used to remove abnormalities, such as scar tissue.

Hysteroscopy is the gold standard for evaluating intrauterine diseases, and is safer and more accurate than any other method. Alternative procedures include hysterosalpingogram, or sonohysterogram. Sonohysterograms, which use saline infusion, are less accurate than hysteroscopy.

Dr. Rohini Khera Bhatt (Consultant Gynecologist & Laparoscopic & Infertility Specialist) MBBS (KGMC-King George Medical University, Lucknow), MS (Gold Medalist), DNB, MRCOG (United Kingdom)