A large number of couple are facing infertility issues, that deprive them of parenthood. As per a research, one in every six couple is affected by some degree of infertility. With more couples encountering infertility issues, intervention through fertility treatments is becoming more and more necessary.

We, at Surya Fertility strive to give each of our patients a personalized treatment with utmost care. We evaluate and recognize couples’ need for fertility treatment and follow a compassionate approach.

Infertility FAQs

A thorough evaluation of both partners including study of medical history is the first step in diagnosing fertility problems. The couple may also need blood tests, semen analysis and ultrasound.

Sperm quality and quantity are affected by health and lifestyle. Other things that contribute to decreased fertility are alcohol, drugs, stress, environmental toxins, smoking, health problems, certain medicines, radio or chemotherapy and age.

Under the age of 30, about 85% of women will get pregnant within a year of trying. Over the age of 40, the chance each month is about 5%.

Woman’s fertility is affected by age, stress, poor diet, obesity, underweight, smoking, STDs, hormonal problems and other health problems.

Women who are unable to produce healthy eggs, but have a healthy uterus require egg donors.

When Do I Start?

2. Pre-Treatment Analysis

Based on the conclusion of step 1, further investigation will be carried out to determine the best suitable treatment options.

4. Review

Once your treatment is successful and you have conceived a child, a review is necessary. This will help you to undergo certain therapies or treatments that may still be required to ensure that your pregnancy is as healthy as possible.

1. Counseling & Investigation

In order to identify the cause of infertility, preliminary investigation is essential. This involves a physical examination and some tests that provide a clear picture of the probable causes of infertility. These tests may include blood tests, a semen analysis for the male partner, and diagnostic tests of the uterus, ovaries and ovulation for the female partner.

3. Treatment

Once you and your doctor have worked out the best treatment plan, it is time to begin treatment. Treatment may take a couple of months depending on its duration, and will require regular monitoring by your doctor.

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