IUI or Intrauterine Insemination is a form of fertility treatment where the male partner’s semen sample is “washed”, concentrated and then placed directly into the uterus. This puts the sperms in the semen sample closer to the egg, which would have reached the fallopian tube, thereby facilitating fertilization. Couples who are facing an issue of
Ovulatory disorder is one of the leading causes of infertility in women and can occur when ovulation is disrupted or absent. Such women experience irregular or absent periods. The foremost common causes of ovulatory problems is related to hormone imbalance within the body. There are several causes of ovulation disorders. Some are caused by hormonal
Motherhood is magical, it gifts amazing instincts, it fuels in ways that cannot be explained, to keep going no matter how exhausted. While every woman is keen on carrying a life within, it is not easy for some women who face difficulties due to infertility. There are a number of conditions that can cause infertility.
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is the most common hormonal disorder among women of reproductive age. Infertility is one of the common PCOS symptoms. Many women don’t realize they have PCOS until they try to become pregnant and their irregular periods go from being an inconvenience to an actual fertility problem. PCOS is a syndrome disease defined
Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a complex condition in which a woman’s ovary has small fluid filled cysts in 2 to 9mm size range causing sex hormones androgen, estrogen and progesterone out of balance. This leads to abnormal menstrual pattern, abnormal carbohydrate metabolism, obesity, abnormal growth of hair, acne, infertility, etc. The condition affects about
PCOD stands for PolyCystic Ovarian syndrome, wherein adolescent girls and adult women experience irregular cycles, weight gain, acne, excessive hair on their bodies and face and have difficulty in conceiving. This condition is alarmingly increasing in India. It was seen that less than 10% of people diagnosed as PCOS 15 years back. Now it has