In vitro fertilization, or IVF, is the most common and effective type of assisted reproductive technology to help women become pregnant. It involves fertilizing an egg outside the body, in a laboratory dish, and then implanting it in a woman’s uterus. Infertility, whether male or female, is defined as the inability of a couple to achieve conception or bring a pregnancy to term after a year or more of regular, unprotected sexual intercourse. According to WHO, between 2 and 10% of couples worldwide are unable to conceive a child and a further of 10-25% experience secondary Infertility i.e. are unable to conceive a second or subsequent child. About 15% of couples of childbearing age seek medical help for infertility, usually after about two years of failing to conceive. Among these couples, infertility is exclusively a problem in the female in about 30-40% of cases, exclusively in the men in about 10-30% of cases. In 15-30% of cases, both partners have detectable abnormalities. After thorough medical examinations, the causes of infertility remain unexplained in 5-10% of couples. WHO believes that around 60-80 million couples in the world are infertile.Our Doctors +
In Vitro Fertilization and other assisted laboratory techniques designed to improve fertilization. Compared to simpler treatments, ART procedures typically have very high success rates but are more complex as they involve well-coordinated, perfectly timed effort between the medical team, laboratory staff and the patient.
ICSI is now widely available in a large number of assisted conception units internationally and has revolutionized the management of male factor infertility. ICSI is associated with fertilization and pregnancy rates similar to those found following conventional IVF in patients who do not have male factor problems.
This procedure is most commonly performed when there are problems with the sperm, such as low count or low motility, or an incompatibility between the sperm and the cervical mucus. IUI increases the chances of pregnancy because the sperm are placed directly in the uterus.
An ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves to produce detailed images of internal organs. Unlike X-rays, ultrasound scanning techniques do not use radiation, which means that they have no harmful side effects and are very safe.
At affordable cost all the quality infertility treatments are available at Harvest and we have achieved the success rate better than other infertility centres abroad. We want people to know and understand that we even being from small city of Raipur have excelled in the infertility field and have established new benchmark for other infertility treatment providers.Our Services +