Should you get IVF or Surgery for Endometriosis?

Endometriosis is an inflammatory disease in which the endometrium—the tissue that normally lines the insides of your uterine cavity—starts to grow outside your uterus, causing adhesions and pain in your lower abdominal cavity. In many women it is the cause… Read More

What are the best methods for Endometriosis Diagnosis?

Endometriosis is a painful disease that affects approximately 200 million females around the world. The condition usually presents as varying degrees pelvic pain and extreme discomfort for women; often the diagnosis is late and treatment is consequently delayed. If you… Read More

IVF for Single Women

Single women today have more control over their lives than ever before and many are making the choice to build their families without any partner. IVF for single women is available in many countries and if you feel strongly about… Read More

Sperm DNA Fragmentation Testing

The miscarriages or conception problems you’re having could be attributed to faulty sperm DNA, which is unfortunately not assessed in a routine semen analysis. Sperm DNA fragmentation testing is required to check for the integrity of the DNA of your… Read More

10 Vital Questions to Ask Before Starting IVF

We asked an experienced fertility doctor about what most patients don’t know before starting their IVF. Our associate, Dr. Harpreet Sidhu shares the 10 questions to ask your fertility specialist before starting your IVF. The decision to undergo IVF is… Read More

10 things you must know before starting IVF

The decision to undergo IVF can be exciting, yet nerve-wracking. It is important to prepare yourself mentally, physically, emotionally, and financially—for the wild ride that IVF can be. While all couples approach and experience their treatment differently, here are 10… Read More

Adenomyosis – Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

Adenomyosis is a medical condition of the uterine walls getting thicker resulting in the endometrium i.e. the inner lining of the uterus, to break through the myometrium (outer muscular wall of the uterus). This results in prolonged periods with heavy… Read More

Fertility Preservation in Cancer Patients

Cancer treatments can be harsh on the body and they often put the patients at a great risk of jeopardizing their fertility. But you don’t have to risk your future parenthood because of chemo or radiotherapy, as fertility preservation is… Read More