IVF is a process by which egg cells are fertilized by sperm outside the womb or we can say that IVF is the basic assisted reproduction technique, in which fertilization occurs in vitro (literally, in glass). IVF process is used to overcome infertility. IVF is a treatment option for couples with various types of infertility. For IVF to be successful it may be easier to say that it requires healthy ova, sperm that can fertilise, and a uterus that can maintain a pregnancy. IVF Treatment cycles are typically started on the third day of menstruation and consist of a regimen of fertility medications to stimulate the development of multiple follicles of the ovaries. In most patients injectable gonadotropins are used under close monitoring. Such monitoring frequently checks the estradiol level and, by means of gynecologic ultrasonography, follicular growth. Typically approximately 10 days of injections will be necessary. Spontaneous ovulation during the cycle is typically prevented by the use of GnRH agonists or GnRH antagonists, which block the natural surge of luteinising hormone
Semen analysis : Each semen parameter – count, motility etc are carefully examined according to international standards. Sperm morphology study is done by strict international criteriaRead more
Personalized protocols According to Age, duration of infertility, clinical findings, spending capacity, patients desires, etc.Read more
Intra – Inside
Uterine – the uterus
Insemination – putting the sperm
The process of putting the best lot of specially prepared sperm directly inside the uterus at the expected time of ovulation – egg release is called “Intra Uterine Insemination”.
Anything which occurs outside the body is called in vitro and when fertilization of egg with sperm occurs outside the body it is called "IN VITRO FERTILIZATION". The first In Vitro fertilization was done in the test tube and that is why it is popularly known as TESTTUBE BABY.Read more
Intra – Inside
Cytoplasmic – Cytoplasm (fluid) in the cell.
Sperm – Male gamete – sperm
Injection – Injection (Artificial introduction)
Technique of injection of one sperm in to the cytoplasm of one oocyte for fertilization of one oocyte is called Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection - ICSI.
Can be done by any relative or friend.
Anonymous Egg Donation Available.
Very reasonable remuneration to the donor
Useful for postmenopaused patients.
Premature ovarian failure cases
Advance age ...
Embryo donation the best treatment option for the couples where the female partner is having problem of eggs, either they are absent or not of good quality to produce good embryos and pregnancy and the male partner is also having a severe problem or uncorrectable problem with this his sperm. In such cases neither the man nor the woman can produce the child from their own eggs or sperm. This couple can accept embryo donation.Read more
In the very first year of its IVF services, Bavishi Fertility Institute offered IVF surrogacy treatment to a German couple. It was the first European couple to go to Asia for surrogacy treatment. Since than we have couples treated with IVF surrogacy from many countries including USA, UK, Finland etc.Read more
Cryopreservation of embryos
Freezing of Excess Embryos which are not going to be transferred.
Freezing can be done at 2 pronuclei, 4 to 8 cell stage and blastocyst stage.
Freezing is done by computerized programmable embryofreezer from Australia.
Cryopreserved Embryos can be thawed (put to life) and transferred same as fresh embryos.
Patient does not require hormone injection, ovarian stimulation, ovum pickup, An Anesthesia etc.
With advanced technology biological tissue can be successfully frozen and preserved at –196 degree centigrade for very long time. They can be brought back to life (thawed), whenever needed.Read more
Low cost IVF treatment
All patients may not afford IVF. To help them we have workout a few options which can reduce the cost substantially without much compromising the result.Read more
Q: Will the IVF technique damage my ovaries?
There is no evidence to suggest that either normal laparoscopy or ultrasound egg retrieval damages the ovaries. In fact, some reports in the medical literature suggest that following ovarian biopsy, pregnancies occur in couples with a long-term history of infertility.