New upcoming fertility treatments in 2023

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Fertility surgeries

Fertility related surgeries

Surrogacy is the chance for couples or individuals who might not otherwise get a chance to become parents of a baby with the same genetic heritage. Thousands of healthy babies have born through surrogacy in recent years. The advancement of medical technology makes it possible. Many celebrities opt for surrogacy to become parents. They open Read more about Fertility related surgeries[…]

Different fertility options and surrogacy

Surrogacy VS Fertility treatments

Two conventional fertility treatments are usually recommended to treat infertility, which include medication therapy and surgical intervention. Different therapeutic and surgical interventions are available for male and female infertile patients. However, failure of this conventional treatment or in unfeasible situations embryo implantation through assisted reproductive technology can also be recommended for a successful pregnancy. Female Read more about Surrogacy VS Fertility treatments[…]

New infertility problems

How to determine you need assistive fertility treatment options?

Infertility in women usually occurs due to different reproductive health issues. Some of the common underlying causes are advanced maternal age, adenomyosis, endometriosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome, tubal block, submucous fibroid, pelvic inflammatory disease, hormonal imbalance, etc.  Genital tuberculosis occurs in women and can damage the fallopian tube and endometrium which causes 18% of female infertility. Read more about How to determine you need assistive fertility treatment options?[…]

Young fertile woman

Fertility management in young generation

Having children or completing a family is no longer considered a social necessity, but an event that can be considered a convenience. People want children, but a career comes first. This pursuit of comfort causes infertility to rise on a large scale without realizing what we are focusing on in our desire to achieve our Read more about Fertility management in young generation[…]

Sexual disorder in men

Sexual disorders in Men and infertility

Infertility influences up to 12% of all men, and sexual disorder happens frequently in men of reproductive age, causing infertility at some times. In infertile men, hypoactive sexual choice and shortage of sexual pleasure are the most everyday varieties of sexual dysfunction, starting from 8.9% to 68. 7%. Erectile disorder and/or premature ejaculation, evaluated with Read more about Sexual disorders in Men and infertility[…]

Infertility due to underlying diseases

Infertility is a complex condition usually associated with reproductive system disorder. Both the male and/or female partners may responsible for infertility. Broadly, infertility is categorized as primary and secondary. In primary infertility, the germ cell structure growth is arrested. Consequently, cell necrosis happens because of anatomical or physiological disorders. Pathophysiological causes of male infertility Manifestation Read more about Infertility due to underlying diseases[…]

Unexplained infertility issues

Unexplained infertility is when a standard infertility test does not cause the incapacity of a couple or woman. Some reproductive physicians believe that the diagnosis of unexplained infertility is undiagnosed. Estimates show that 15-30 percent of couples experiencing infertility are diagnosed with unexplained infertility. This makes him one of the biggest causes of infertility. The Read more about Unexplained infertility issues[…]

pregnant surrogate mother

Labor pain management in Surrogacy

In surrogacy, it is a mutual decision between surrogate and clinician about the delivery. Legally the developing fetus is the part of women’s body. Therefore the surrogate has the right to accept or refuse any medication or medical procedure during the child delivery. During the consent signature, the decision related to the preferred place of Read more about Labor pain management in Surrogacy[…]

Common female fertility problems

Common female fertility problems

Fifty percent of infertility problems arise due to female fertility issues. The exact underlying female fertility problem is difficult to identify. But usually, the problem diagnoses when difficulty arises to conceive. The irregularity of menstrual cycle, prolonged menstruation or shortening of menstruation are some symptoms that may be associated with female fertility problems. But the Read more about Common female fertility problems[…]