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Treatment options for female infertility

Treatment options for female infertility

Fertility treatments for female

Women with infertility have different kinds of treatments depends on their age, type of the risk of the problem. The success rates of the infertility treatment in women are mostly depending on the:

•    primary reason of the problem
•    age of the women
•    earlier pregnancies history
•    how long the women are having the infertility problem

The very first and foremost step of treating infertility is diagnosing the underlying cause of infertility. After precise diagnosing the cause, there are different treatments for treating infertility in women.

Usage of fertility drugs for stimulating ovulation:
If the women are infertile due to ovulation disorders, fertility drugs are used to simulate the ovulation.

Intrauterine insemination IUI:
In this process, high quality and healthy sperm were collected from the partner and placed directly into the uterus at the time of ovulation.

Surgery to reinstate infertility:
Endometrial polyps, a uterine septum or intrauterine scar tissue like uterine problems of infertility can be treated with hysteroscopic surgery.

ART Procedures
These are the advanced infertility treatments that involve both the age and sperm of male and female. The ART team in any clinic includes specialists and internationally trained psychologists, physicians, LTs, embryologists, etc.

This process involves the retrieval of egg and sperm and fertilizing the egg in a dish in the lab and implanting the embryo after fertilization into the uterus.

A single healthy sperm is taken and is injected into the high quality and matured egg.
Assisted Hatching:
This process is performed to help the embryo to implant into the uterus lining by opening the outer covering of the embryo.

Donor egg or sperm:
Many of the infertility treatments are done with the women’s own egg and her partner’s sperm. If there are severe and unrecoverable problems with the egg or sperm, the doctors suggests this technique and the infertile couple can choose eggs and sperm from anonymous donor.

Gestational carrier:
This treatment is recommended if the women have severe problem with the uterus and is having high risks of pregnancy. The couple’s embryo is placed in the uterus of the carrier for pregnancy.

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