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Avoid coffee during pregnancy

Coffee is one of the most favorite beverages for most women. When you drink a cup of coffee, you feel the stimulant property. The presence of caffeine in coffee exerts this stimulant property. But this active ingredient of coffee is not good for your pregnancy. Caffeine can increase the risk of miscarriage, may interfere with Read more about Avoid coffee during pregnancy[…]

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Current Surrogacy around the globe

The current global approach towards surrogacy is positive. The benefits of commercial global surrogacy are acceptable by the general population. The advantages of surrogacy over inter-country adoption are also significant. All these promising approaches of surrogacy become popular across the globe. In 2004, the worldwide child adoption rate was at its peak, which reached up Read more about Current Surrogacy around the globe[…]

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The surrogate mother screening process for surrogacy

The purpose of screening for women who have applied to become a surrogate mother for infertile couples is to ensure that their health and mental state is ready to carry a child for their intended parents. Surrogacy agencies usually take the responsibility to screen surrogate mothers after thorough assessments of the surrogate application form and Read more about The surrogate mother screening process for surrogacy[…]

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link between low birth weight and maternal asherman syndrome

Asherman syndrome Partial or complete damage of the uterine cavity due to the presence of permanent adhesions in the intrauterine lining is clinically termed as Asherman syndrome. The traumatic injury in the endometrial basalis layer develops after curettage on the endometrial lining is the primary cause of Asherman syndrome. In 1894, Heinrich Fritsch had first Read more about link between low birth weight and maternal asherman syndrome[…]

Endometrial Polyp Management and IVF

Endometrial Polyp Management and IVF

Overview of endometrial polyps Outer growths in the uterine mucosa consisting of blood vessels, endometrial glands and stroma are medically termed as endometrial polyps. Worldwide almost 10 percent of females have diagnosed with endometrial polyps. However, it has expected that the overall incidence rate is much higher (20 to 30 percent), but due to its Read more about Endometrial Polyp Management and IVF[…]

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Gamete intrafallopian transfer(GIFT)

Define GIFT?  GIFT is a clinical procedure under assisted reproductive technology. In this process, eggs collected from a woman’s ovary have mixed with sperm obtained from a male partner in a clinical laboratory and immediately placed into the fallopian tube of the intended mother for fertilization is termed as gamete intra-fallopian transfer. Is GIFT different Read more about Gamete intrafallopian transfer(GIFT)[…]

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Tubal embryo transfer

Tubal embryo transfer (TET) is a part of the process of the Assisted reproductive process (ART), which helps to implantation of the created embryo in laboratory set-up through the IVF process is transferred into the fallopian tube of the mother/gestational carrier for further growth of the embryo. TET process description TET is a standard process Read more about Tubal embryo transfer[…]

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What is IVF?

IVF is an abbreviation of in-vitro-fertilization. This is a type of assisted reproductive technology (ART). IVF involves complex clinical processes involving both medical and surgical intervention is conducted under medical supervision. It is recommended for couples who unable to conceive normally. IVF also suggested to prevent genetic transmission of disease in case of either of Read more about What is IVF?[…]

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Diagnosis and treatment of Hypogonadotropic hypogonadism

The androgen deficiency is the characteristic feature of hypogonadotropic hypogonadism(HH), which delays or stops the pubertal sexual maturation. The onset of this condition before 18 years is difficult to diagnose. Initially, it may consider as a pubertal delay. The definite diagnosis of hypogonadotropic hypogonadism can only possible after 18 years of age of the suspected Read more about Diagnosis and treatment of Hypogonadotropic hypogonadism[…]

Transnational Surrogacy, Citizenship, and International Scenario

The traditional citizenship signifies two factors like right to soil and right to blood. In the traditional aspect, citizenship is one of the big challenges in surrogacy. In many cases, the argument for legal citizenship had a question marked in surrogacy.   Different country-specific issues are highlighted during these arguments. A Permanent Bureau 2014 study Read more about Transnational Surrogacy, Citizenship, and International Scenario[…]