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Pearl Women’s Hospital and Yash-IVF is one of the most preferred infertility centers in Pune with all the modern technologies available. Expertise in services like IVF Treatment, Laparoscopy Surgery, Hysteroscopy, Antenatal classes, Nutrition Counseling and more. Pearl women’s hospital has accomplished 1000 successful IVF cases having great success rate. Our team of experts is committed to working with you, to help realize your dream by providing best IVF treatment in Pune.
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IVF Treatment Hospital in Pune Pearl Women’s Hospital and Yash-IVF is one of the most preferred infertility centers in Pune with all the modern technologies available. Expertise in services like IVF Treatment, Laparoscopy Surgery, Hysteroscopy, Antenatal classes, Nutrition Counseling and more. Pearl women’s hospital has accomplished 1000+ successful IVF cases having great success rate. Our team of experts is committed to working with you, to help realize your dream by providing best IVF treatment in Pune. What is IVF? IVF is the original 'test-tube' baby technique. It was developed more than 30 years ago for the treatment of women with damaged Fallopian tubes, and this remains an important reason for treatment today. How might we benefit from IVF? IVF is likely to be recommended for the following fertility problems: If you have blocked or damaged fallopian tubes or any other problem where IVF has been identified as the only treatment likely to help you get pregnancy. If your partner has a minor problem with his sperm. Major problems are better treated using ICSI. If you have tried fertility drugs, such as clomiphene, or another fertility treatment such as IUI, without success. If you have been trying to conceive for at least two years and a cause hasn't been found to explain why you have not become pregnant. The Advantages and Disadvantages of IVF Since IVF was pioneered by Sir Robert Edwards and Patrick Steptoe in 1978, IVF has helped thousands and thousands of people become parents. Here we outline some of the advantages and disadvantages associated with IVF. For more information, it is always best to see a fertility specialist who can advise you in more detail about IVF. Advantages IVF helps patients who would be otherwise unable to conceive. The ultimate advantage of IVF is achieving a successful pregnancy and a healthy baby. IVF can make this a reality for people who would be unable to have a baby otherwise: Blocked tubes: For women with blocked or damaged fallopian tubes, IVF provides the best opportunity of having a child using their own eggs.
Older patients/ patients with a low ovarian reserve: IVF can be used to maximize the chance of older patients conceiving. At CREATE, we have great expertise with older women and those with low ovarian reserve. We use Natural and Mild IVF to focus on quality of eggs, rather than quantity. Male infertility: Couples with a male infertility problem will have a much higher chance of conceiving with IVF than conceiving naturally. We have a number of laboratory techniques to facilitate this including intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI). We also liaise with an experienced urologist, Mr Vinod Nargund. Disadvantages An IVF cycle may be unsuccessful. The success of IVF is not guaranteed, and patients often have to undergo more than one cycle of treatment before they are successful. Currently just over 25% of all IVF cycles result in a live birth. This naturally varies woman to woman, and a fertility specialist will be able to give a more accurate and personalised likelihood of success. It is important to be realistic but positive about the chances of success. There may be associated side effects. As a medical treatment, IVF comes with a small chance of developing side effects, the most severe of these being severe ovarian hyper-stimulation syndrome (OHSS). Fortunately, the use of fewer or no drugs in natural and mild IVF cycles means that the already small likelihood of developing unwanted side effects is dramatically decreased or eliminated. CREATE Fertility takes the possibility of side effects very seriously, and as a result of our carefully constructed treatment protocols has never had a patient admitted to hospital with severe OHSS. Multiple pregnancy. In IVF treatments, there is often more than one embryo put back into the uterus, and this leads to a higher likelihood of multiple pregnancy; around 20-30% of IVF pregnancies are multiple pregnancies. Multiple pregnancies do carry associated health risks to mother and baby: there is an increased chance of premature labour, miscarriage, need for caesarean, stillbirth and infant health problems with multiple pregnancies. It is important for all fertility clinics to have robust single embryo transfer policies, to avoid the risks of multiple pregnancies. At CREATE, we have a low multiple birth rate and focus on the reduction of multiple births. For more information about IVF Treatment visit: www.pearlwomenshospital.com