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5 Ways to De-Stress to Boost your Fertility-


Women with infertility report the highest levels of anxiety and depression. Recent researches have shown that stress may be responsible for 30% of all infertility problems. Although stress may not directly affect fertility, it adversely affects physiological conditions that have an impact on fertility. Hence, if you are someone who is trying to conceive then it is vital to bring down your stress level in control. Here are 8 ways in which you can de-stress that will help in boosting your fertility. 1. Stay Active Exercising everyday is not only good for maintaining overall health but also rel

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Things you should know about blocked Fallopian tubes?


Fallopian tubes are a part of the female reproductive organs that connect the ovaries with the uterus. Every month during ovulation, which occurs roughly in the middle of a menstrual cycle, the fallopian tubes carry an egg from an ovary to the uterus. Conception also happens in the fallopian tube. If an egg is fertilized by sperm, it moves through the tube to the uterus for implantation. If a fallopian tube is blocked, this will lead to a blockage in the passage for sperm to get to the eggs, as well as the path back to the uterus for the fertilized egg, is blocked. Common reasons for blocked

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Smoking: Impact on Male Fertility 


The process of reproduction is a natural process for most couples, but however, some couples may go through certain complexities for which it gets difficult to conceive. Fertility of a man depends on the quality and quantity of sperm production. If the sperm count is too less it will be difficult to conceive which leads to problems and complexities. Male Infertility depends on a variety of factors but usually depends on the quality of his sperm.   In today’s era, infertility has become a common problem.  Almost 6 out of 10 couples go through this problem. For men, the rate

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All about Laparoscopy - Procedure, Risks and Benefits


WHAT IS LAPAROSCOPY? Laparoscopy or laparoscopic surgical procedure is a minimally invasive procedure done either to diagnose an underlying pathology or to remove a pathological or diseased body part or organ under complete general anesthesia. It detects any endometriosis, fibromas, cysts or any tumor. It is a really minute operation done to diagnose or treat a disease.   HOW IS LAPAROSCOPY TREATED? Laparoscopy uses an instrument called a laparoscope to look at the affected organs. A laparoscope includes a long, thin tube with a high-intensity light and a high-resolution camera at t

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All you need to know about PCOD


What is PCOD?  Polycystic Ovarian Disease (PCOD), Or PCOS is a common condition now affecting most of women in the age group 12–45 years. PCOD is such a problem where woman’s hormones loose their balance. It causes complications like irregular menstrual and also it’s difficult to conceive after marriage.  Basically it includes no ovulation, irregular periods, acne and hirsutism. If not diagnosed at the right time and treated properly it can cause insulin-resistant diabetes, obesity and high cholesterol leading to heart disease.  In females, with Polyc

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A Complete Guide to Surrogacy


Surrogate is a misunderstood term and when people refer to a “surrogate,” they intend to refer to a woman who carries a pregnancy for another person. However, the proper term is a gestational carrier.  The person or couple trying to have a baby with the help of gestational carriers are called intended parents. What is the difference between traditional Surrogate and Gestational Surrogate? In Traditional Surrogacy, the surrogate’s egg is used making her the biological mother of the child she carries. The egg is fertilized using sperm from the intended father or a don

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WHAT IS IUI? Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a fertility treatment where sperm are placed directly into a woman’s uterus.During natural conception, sperm need to travel from the vagina through the cervix, into the uterus, and up to the fallopian tubes. With IUI, the sperm is washed and concentrated and also placed directly into the uterus, which puts them closer to the egg.This process can increase the likelihood of pregnancy in certain couples who have been facing difficulty in getting pregnant.   WHEN IS IUI RECOMMENDED? IUI treatment could even be recommended for any

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Tips for Healthy pre-pregnancy


Pre-conception nutrition is the most essential part of fitting own self up for pregnancy. Most Importantly upcoming mothers should concentrate more on weight such as your weight compared with your height and what food you are having for lunch or dinner will play a vital role in your health during this time and the health of your growing fetus.  Pre-pregnancy weight will straight away influence your baby's growth. If you'll do research you’ll find that underweight women are more likely to gives birth to small weight babies, even though they may gain the same amount in pregnancy as

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Checklist for Women trying to Get Pregnant


     Record menstrual cycle frequency A woman who is trying to get pregnant should monitor their first day of her periods and notice whether the first days tend to come the same number of days apart every month, which is considered regular. Periods may be irregular, meaning the cycle lengths vary from month to month. When a woman tracks this information on a calendar it becomes easier to predict when she might be ovulating or which is the time when her ovaries release an egg every month  Monitor ovulation Usually, women with regular cycles ovulate about two

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Azoospermia: When the Sperm Count is Zero


Azoospermia is a medical condition of a man whose semen contains no sperm. It is analogous with infertility, but few forms are amenable to medical treatment. It may affect 1% of the male population and can be seen in up to 20% of male infertility situations. Due to medical advancements, now depending on the type of azoospermia,it can be surgically treatable with a return of ejaculated sperm or through sperm retrieval and assisted reproduction to achieve successful pregnancy.   Symptoms of Azoospermia-    Couples who are trying to conceive and face infertility which means e

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How Does Age Affect Fertility


Fertility is not constant throughout the life span of women. It is highest between age 20to 30. Generally, it starts declining by 30 years. Many Indian women by 35 years stand least chance of conceiving. According to many researches (By ACOG-American College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists) one in 4 healthy women between 20to 30 become pregnant with every menstrual cycle, But the same Fertility chance is one in 10 or 12 by age of 40 years. This is because the availability of healthy egg declines as the age increases. The egg production is not a continuous process in women like sperms p

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How to Increase Men Fertility : Things you should know


  Fertility means a person's ability to reproduce by natural means. Male Infertility means when a man has poor chances of making his female partner pregnant. Male Infertility depends on a variety of factors but usually depends on the quality of his sperm. Aspects of sexual function and semen quality may affect fertility are:   Libido: Man’s desire to have sex. Foods and supplements who claim to increase libido are called an aphrodisiac. Erectile dysfunction: Also known as impotence, erectile dysfunction is when a man is unable to develop or maintain an erection. Sperm co

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Female Infertility- Potential Risk Factors that may lead to Infertility


Female infertility refers to not being able to get pregnant after at least one year of trying or having miscarriages.    Potential Risk Factors for Female Infertility-    Irregular Periods-                       An irregular cycle, including missing periods, can be the reason for infertility as it means that a woman is not ovulating regularly. Ovulation means the release of eggs from the ovaries. It occurs when the ovarian follicles rupture and release the secondary oocyte ovarian cells. The irregular ovulatio

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Clinical Recommendations for pregnancy during Coronavirus Pandemic


  As the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) spreads around the world it is important for the patients to know how this virus is going to affect their infertility treatments and to the ones who are desiring to get pregnant. Currently, very little is known about the impact of COVID-19 on reproduction and pregnancy. There are reports of women who have tested positive for COVID-19 delivering babies free of the disease. For the patients who are currently undergoing their treatment in the fresh cycle, their embryos should be frozen rather than new ones being transferred and once the situa

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Anti Mullerian Hormone Test in Infertility


AMH is a glycoprotein Originally known as Mullerian Inhibiting Substance(MIS) Appears in females at puberty Produced by granulosa cells of pre-antral and small antral follicles of 4-6 mm AMH is not expressed in atretic follicles and theca cells. AMH does not change during your menstrual cycle, so the blood sample can be taken at any time of the month - even while you are using oral contraception. Women are born with their lifetime supply of eggs, and these gradually decrease in both quality and quantity with age. An AMH test gives us some insight into the remaining quantity of eggs and nu

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Cervical stitch for preventing preterm birth in women with a multiple pregnancy-An observational study done at Mathrutva fertility centre


Carrying more than one baby increases a woman’s risk of delivering Preterm. The risks increase with the number of babies being carried. Babies born prematurely are more likely to experience poor outcomes including serious ill health and death. Despite the progress in modern obstetric practice, preterm labour is second leading cause of death in the 1st month of life and the main cause of perinatal morbidity and mortality; it remains a difficult problem to prevent, delay or even stop. It occurs in 5%-13% of all pregnancies before 37 weeks gestation but its incidence in twin pregnancies

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Does stress affect egg quality?


Many women feel that the reason they are unable to conceive at a particular stage in their life is due to the stress that they took on at an earlier stage. Some blame the stress at work, other blame the stress that accompanies not having children in spite of trying, there are many sources of tress that are usually blamed, let's look at what the experts say...The relation between stress and egg quality is an old question that has bogged the minds of many fertility experts. There are several variants to this question. The question may also enlarge itself to include the very chance of pregnancy,

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Does Endometrial Scratching Increase Your Chance for IVF Success?


An endometrial scratch may sound scary when you first hear about it, however, it is one of the widest used add-on treatment to IVF and boasts an impressive success rate. Numerous statistics can back up the effectiveness of endometrial scratching when it comes to ensuring successful implantation. Endometrial scratching is essentially, scratching of the inner lining of the endometrial with the objective of causing a tear in the lining. This tear stimulate the release of hormones and other substances that aide in the repair of the lining. Here, the body attempts to repair itself and in the pro

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Fibs And Facts About Male Infertility


All couples dream of the day they become parents. But in the case of a few couples, the dream is in despair. Infertility rates are now increasing badly. There are so many factors leading to infertility. Both male and female factors can contribute to infertility. A healthy man can produce 1500 sperms per second where women can only produce 300 to 400 eggs in her lifetime. In some men, the rate of sperm production can get low due to many factors like hormonal imbalance, azoospermia, blockages, health issues, lifestyle, diet, lack of exercise, so on. General Myths And Facts About Male Infertil

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Top 7 Yoga Poses That Help To Boost Fertility


7 out of 10 couples are going through infertility issues. Infertility has become a common issue which mostly occurs due to poor lifestyle habits. Sometimes there are no actual reasons behind such fertility complexities. The best way to deal with unexplained infertility complexities is by embracing a healthy and good lifestyle. Speaking about good lifestyle, did you know Yoga plays an important role in fertility? Yoga being a natural practice that is based on the principles of the overall wellbeing of an individual helps to boost the process of fertility. process.Yoga Poses to improve fertil

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Should I Go For IVF Or Not?


Babies, according to Larry Barretto, are bits of stardust blown from the hand of God. And, lucky is the woman who knows the pangs of birth, for she has held a star. Are you one of those women yearning to hold such a star but have not been able to? Have you not conceived even after trying several infertility treatment procedures? Hang on, it is not yet time to give up. In vitro fertilisation or fertilization of the egg and the sperm outside the body, might turn out to be a blessing for you. Fertility treatment in Bangalore If you happen to be located in South India, then you have an advantage

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Fight Infertility with Proper Diet


It’s hardly surprising, that in a society blessed with many technological and medical advances, most of the times we neglect the natural tools which help us with fertility and pregnancy experiences. Now, medicine is coming in full circle to take another look at the role which nutrition may play in fighting infertility and support healthy pregnancies. Many women don't think seriously about having healthy foods until after they've become pregnant. There is a lot of clinical evidence which suggests that diet matters long before conception. Building a healthy baby nest Fact is.....there

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Spot The Effect Of PCOS In Your Body


Polycystic Ovarian Disease is one of the most common diseases found in 7 out of 10 women. In this Syndrome, several cysts develop on the ovaries thereby bringing a lot of hormonal changes. Generally, in this condition, several small cysts grow in each of the ovaries. The main problem related to this syndrome is it affects the normal ovulation process. During the time of ovulation, the cysts tend to stop the natural process thereby disrupting the formation of good quality eggs.     PCOS is one of the main reason behind female infertility. While these cysts grow, a sudden rise of

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Facts That You Should Know About Male Infertility


Reproduction is a simple and natural process for most couples, but however, some couples may go through certain complexities for which it gets difficult to conceive. Fertility of a man depends on the quality and quantity of sperm production. If the sperm count is too less it will be difficult to conceive. Today infertility is a common problem. Almost 6 out of 10 couples go through this problem. For men, the rate of infertility problems is even higher. This mostly depends on the unhealthy and stressful lifestyles we lead. Generally, there are not many symptoms visible in naked eyes as there

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Egg Donation: The fear you might face - Resolved at Mathrutva


The number of couples facing the issues of infertility is not rare today, but to the rescue, medical advancements in the field of infertility treatment and assisted reproductive techniques (ART) have been able to provide us with the expected results of happiness. Women infertility has been sought out using different treatment methodologies, among which egg donation is one of the very important methods. Mathrutva Fertility centre, Bangalore provides you with the best options in infertility treatment in India according to the medical condition of each couple assuring the results you’ve alw

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ICSI Treatments: Realise your wishes with Mathruthva


One of the major concerns of most couples today is infertility. The treatments and procedures that they undertake are also plenty today. Cost of treatments are quite too large. In the background of increased demands for In-Vitro Fertilisation techniques, there has been a large number of medical institutions and technicians that come up with the solution to infertility. It narrows down to very few when it comes to quality and cost-effective methods. Mathruthva, a unit of Max Fertility Health Care Pvt. Ltd is one of the very few trusted names in the field of infertility treatments and IVF. IC

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It is a common scenario that if a woman is not able to conceive, she will be cornered. From this point, the process begins to find out the causes of infertility. Both the couple goes for tests and finally the problem is found. When a woman is not able to produce eggs or her eggs are not healthy, then the couple opts a fine solution to accept eggs from a donor.   The eggs are donated by the third party or donor who helps the infertile woman to conceive. Generally, egg donation is accepted when a woman is not able to conceive with her own eggs but still, she could carry a child in h

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Motherhood is a state of emotional happiness. Conception after marriage is every family’s anticipation. When it delays, the entire family starts to lose hope; finally, the happiness becomes a question. In this situation, a woman faces many problems psychologically, physically and socially. If the circumstance is so, what would be the solution to come out of the stigma? The solution is to meet out the best of the best fertilization specialist. Mathrutva, best IVF clinic in Bangalore is a top-standing fertilization centre who offers a world-class fertility care with the best in-class inf

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Fertility-related issues are very common nowadays that infertility occurs in about 11 percent of reproductive age couples.Most of the couples will conceive with basic infertility treatments such as fertility drugs, lifestyle changes, intrauterine insemination (IUI) or other infertility surgeries. If problems that may require surgery have been ruled out, we can consider following advanced infertility treatments: Assisted hatching:This procedure is done if the patient turns around a history of failure for embryos implant in the uterine wall. In this procedure, the embryo hatch from its protect

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Fertility is one of the most magical of all that is gifted to mankind. Although the recent times have witnessed an increase in the incidence of infertility worldwide, the development of medical science and treatment technology has helped in tackling it to a great extent. Mathrutva Fertility Centre, one of the best IVF clinics in Bangalore has played a great role in realizing thousands of dreams of parenthood. While IVF (In Vitro Fertilisation) is the most popular treatment technique adopted for various forms of infertility, the quality and effectiveness of treatment depend greatly on center y

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"There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside of you" – Maya Angelou The words pregnancy loss and miscarriage often brings a chill to most of us. Having to gothrough that loss is quite painful and disappointing to the couples involved. Recurrentpregnancy loss is one of the most disturbing, frustrating and devastating conditions inreproductive medicine.   Recurrent pregnancy loss can be defined as the loss of pregnancy about two or more times, consecutively. The statistics of miscarriages are quite alarming with about 12 to 15% of all clinically recognised p

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What is Reproductive Surgery? With the increase in the awareness of Assisted Reproductive Treatment or ART, the need for reproductive surgery to combat infertility issues has relatively decreased. Before we venture further into the details of reproductive surgery, let us first understand the term. Reproductive surgery is the term for surgeries involving the restoration of normal reproductive functions in both men and women. The specific reproductive surgery would depend on the exact nature of the gynecological problem. The reasons for undergoing reproductive surgery can vary from individua

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We women are no stranger to cramping during periods. You could consider yourself very lucky if you haven’t spent days curled up on your bed with pain, during ‘those’ days! Now, while this is common, severe cramping and pelvic pain coupled with menstrual irregularities could be a manifestation of disorders like endometriosis.   Many of us tend to ignore these symptoms until they start affecting our daily life. One of the major effects of endometriosis is infertility. Cases of endometriosis are usually detected when women seek treatment for infertility. The co

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Every day that passes without a favourable pregnancy test result can be tough on couples yearning for parenthood. The number of couples affected by infertility is growing today with environment, stress and lifestyle wreaking havoc of our reproductive health. Reproductive system organs also play a major role in causing infertility. Tubal block is a major reproductive organ disorder encountered by women today. It is reported as the main cause in about 40% of the total cases of female infertility reported so far.   Tubal block is termed as a condition where one or both of the fa

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A hurdle to anything you yearn for is quite disturbing, but a mindset robust enough to overcome it is a need of the day. IVF offers that to hopes shrivelled by infertility. The overall transformation in lifestyle, climate and environment has caused a rampage on our hopes and dreams with a growing incidence of conditions like infertility. Scope of IVF treatment IVF treatment is suitable for couples who are unable to conceive due to conditions as mentioned below: – Due to conditions like endometriosis which hampers female infertility. Male infertility caused due to low sperm count

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