What is Surgical Sperm Retrieval?

Surgical sperm retrieval

If the cause of infertility in the man is low sperm count or azoospermia (zero sperm count), or he has undergone vasectomy for contraception, surgical sperm retrieval can be done. This is followed by ICSI (intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection) to bring about fertilization of the egg. ICSI has been a breakthrough procedure for male fertility problems as even a single viable sperm is enough to bring about fertilization as compared to… Read More

Milann Fertility Center – Chandigarh

IVF Chandigarh center

Milann Fertility Center in Chandigarh is a modern, neat facility, which is completely focused on providing solutions to infertility patients. It is a unit of India’s leading fertility groups—Milann, based in Bangalore, which now has over ten centers in different parts of the country. It was established in 1989 by Padma Shree Award recipient Dr. Kamini A. Rao, who has been a mentor to many fertility experts in India. Being… Read More

Dr. Nirmal Bhasin

Dr. Nirmal Bhasin - Infertility specialist

Dr. Nirmal Bhasin, MD, is a clinical embryologist and an IVF/ICSI Specialist. With over 18 years of experience in the field of fertility and gynecology, Dr. Bhasin has helped hundreds of people embrace the joys of parenthood. Request more information or a call-back from Dr. Nirmal Bhasin using the form on the right. She is a visiting consultant at several infertility clinics across the region, and Jannee Fertility Centre is a pioneer… Read More

Dr. Harpreet Sidhu

Dr. Harpreet Sidhu - IVF specialist Chandigarh

M.B.B.S, M.D (Obs & Gynae), DNB (Obs & Gynae), MRCOG, Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine (FNB) Request more information or consultation with Dr. Harpreet Sidhu using the form on the right. Dr. Harpreet Sidhu is Chandigarh’s leading infertility specialist, with over 15 years of clinical experience. She is currently working with a world-class IVF facility in Chandigarh After completing her graduation from Government Medical College, Patiala, Punjab, she pursued post-graduation (M.D)… Read More

What causes infertility?

Causes of infertility

According to the WHO, Infertility is the inability to conceive a child. A couple may be considered infertile if, after two years of regular sexual intercourse, without contraception, the woman has not become pregnant (and there is no other reason, such as breastfeeding or postpartum amenorrhea). The two kinds of infertility: Primary Infertility: When the couple in question has never has never been able to conceive. Secondary Infertility: The failure to conceive… Read More

What not to say to the Infertile?

What not to say to the infertile

Know someone who is trying to cope with infertility? Reportedly, 1 in 7 couples face problems having a baby and with those numbers most of us likely have someone in our spheres who is sailing the infertile boat. While some do not discuss such problems with even their most intimate people, others seek succor in friends and family. If someone decides to share such sensitive information with you, please do… Read More

India allows Embryo Import for Surrogacy

Embryo import for surrogacy

In what is seen as a slightly positive development for the Indian Surrogacy Industry, the Government of India has allowed the import of frozen embryos for implantation in the womb of a surrogate mother. According to a leading Indian news agency, foreign nationals and Indians settled abroad can bring in frozen human embryos and rent a surrogate womb in India. But before commencing the process, they will have to obtain a no-objection… Read More

CDC: More Women Seeking Infertility Treatments

New data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reveals that more number of American women are seeking medical assistance for getting pregnant, as compared to the data collected in 1995. Between June 2006 and June 2010, approximately 12.5% of American women, aged 25-44, had to seek medical intervention to conceive. That is up from 11.2% in 1995, reports the Wall Street Journal, citing latest data from the Centers… Read More