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Male Infertility

Nearly 90% of male infertility is due to low sperm count and poor sperm quality, the rest of the cases are related to anatomical issues, hormonal imbalance, and genetic defects.

According to WHO, sperm count less than 15million sperm/milliliter semen is considered as low sperm count or oligospermia. In few cases, men who can produce sperm cannot ejaculate sperm because of an underlying medical condition called azoospermia

In low sperm count, sperms cannot reach the vas (tube that transport sperm) because of the less quantity whereas, in poor sperm quality, sperm cannot swim towards the egg. Thus, low sperm count and poor sperm quality hinders fertilization.

IVF technique ICSI (sperms are directly injected into the egg) is the most effective treatment for both the conditions, whereas in azoospermia (who cannot ejaculate sperms) the sperm retrieval is required, where the sperms are aspired directly from the testis, followed by ICSI.

Semen analysis is the common procedure to determine the male infertility factor. It helps to analyze sperm count, sperm shape and its motility (movement of sperm).

Female fertility declines with advancing age, whereas in men, the sperm quality deteriorates with age. The genetic composition integrity of sperm is crucial for the success of fertilization. Abnormality in the sperm genome can affect the success rate in IVF and also causes miscarriages.

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Femiint Fertility helps you with different treatment modalities to fulfill your dreams of becoming parents. Infertility treatments can range from using fertility drugs and hormones, IUI to advanced IVF or ICSI techniques as part of assisted reproductive technology

Minimal invasive surgeries, which include laparoscopic surgery, use state-of-the-art technology to reduce the damage to human tissue when performing surgery. There are some advanced minimally invasive surgical procedures that can be performed almost exclusively through a single point of entry - meaning only one small incision.

Blastocyst Culture is a technique in which an embryo is developed in the laboratory for 4-6 days after fertilization before being placed in womb. The embryo gains many cells as a result of being developed for so many days.

A frozen embryo transfer (FET) is a cycle where a frozen embryo from a previous fresh IVF cycle is thawed and transferred back into a woman's uterus. This means you won't have to undergo another cycle of hormone stimulation and an egg collection. Frozen embryo cycles can be undertaken on your natural cycle or using hormone preparation, or ovulation induction.

  • PESA: percutaneous epididymal sperm aspiration.
  • TESA: testicular sperm aspiration. This includes testicular fine needle aspiration (TFNA).

The genetic integrity of the sperm is essential for the success of fertilization and normal embryo development. Sperm DNA fragmentation refers to the abnormality of the sperm genome, which may lead to male infertility.

Studies show that high sperm fragmentation does not affect fertilization or embryo cleavage stages but affect the subsequent blastocyst development. It also significantly compromises the possibility of successful pregnancy in assisted conception treatment. Higher the DNA fragmentation, higher the chance of miscarriage. High sperm DNA fragmentation is also found in men with poor and normal semen parameters.

DNA fragmentation cannot be detected in the semen analysis, but there are many sperm DNA fragmentation tests available to assess the sperm at the molecular level.

Change in the lifestyle and treatment may help to reduce the levels of DNA fragmentation.

Semen freezing is a form of fertility preservation.  It allows you to store your sperm indefinitely, so that you can hopefully have biological children in the future. Sperm count and quality decrease with age, so men can freeze their sperm while they are young. Sperm freezing also helps people who start treatment such as chemotherapy or surgery that jeopardize the quality of sperm.

Egg donation or oocyte donation helps women who cannot produce their own eggs, mostly associated with older age. In this procedure, the (anonymous) donor egg is used for fertilization. It is much the same as IVF except the egg is sourced from a donor, and the resultant embryo is later transferred into the infertile woman.

Surrogacy involves a carrier (third party),  to carry an embryo that was formed from the egg of a woman who cannot deliver a baby safely. The carrier (surrogate mother) make an agreement to return the new born to the intended parents.

Types of Surrogacy

  • The intended parents provide the embryo by IVF/ICSI which is transferred into the uterus of surrogate mother known as host surrogacy.

  • In this procedure the egg of surrogate mother is fertilized by the sperm of male patient partner by IUI. Thus, the carrier act as both egg donor and the surrogate. In this procedure the female partner has no genetic link to the baby.

As per the contract the intended parents have to provide the medical, nutrition and overall healthcare for the surrogate.

Natural IVF is similar to conventional IVF but avoids the use of fertility medications (ovarian stimulating drugs). Natural IVF is a gentle alternative for standard IVF. It reduces the health risks associated with IVF including ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS), reduces multiple pregnancies, reduces the production of excess embryos, and the cost is significantly lower than the traditional stimulated IVF.

Natural IVF is usually recommended for the patients with regular menstrual cycle who have a normal ovarian reserve. It is the best treatment option for tubal-factor and male-factor infertility.

Mini IVF is a minimal stimulated in vitro fertilization. Mini IVF uses low dosage of medications to stimulate the ovaries to produce multiple eggs. Medication levels vary according to the needs of each woman.
Our Mini IVF protocol is proven to be safe and gentle. It reduces the health risk associated with stimulated IVF such as OHSS, stress, etc and the cost is lower than the conventional IVF.

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