IVF in Gurgaon

If you’re struggling to conceive and looking for IVF clinics in Gurgaon, you’ll find an abundance of options but how do you choose? Searching for the right IVF clinic and finding a doctor that you’re most comfortable with, will be a major factor in how you feel throughout your IVF journey and its outcome.

Artificial Reproductive Technology is expensive and the success rates of IVF may not be trusted. The lack of medical regulation further makes it difficult for the patients as there is no check on faulty medical practices that may not even be properly equipped to handle sophisticated procedures like IVF.

Most patients would take only one or two chances at IVF and if you proceed carefully, you may be able to complete your family in the shortest possible time. If you’re looking for quality treatments and experienced doctors, you don’t want to be simply lured by aggressive marketing and promises of low-cost IVF.

Don’t skip the research, consult with more than one doctor if required, and ask as many questions as you need to feel comfortable before investing in IVF treatments.

Infertility Aide works only with doctors and practices that we trust to be as committed to patient welfare as we are.

Cost of IVF in Gurgaon

The cost of IVF in Guragon typically ranges between ₹1,50,000 – ₹2,50,000. This includes the IVF lab charges, medications for controlled ovarian stimulation, ultrasound monitoring, doctor’s fee, embryo transfer, and freezing for one year.

However, as an individual, you need to get your investigations done, consult with the doctor, get a second opinion (if required), and then get a detailed treatment plan along with the cost break-up. With Infertility Aide doctors you get full details and transparency in pricing.

IVF doctor Gurgaon

Dr. Richa Sharma - IVF Gurgaon & Delhi

Dr. Richa Sharma is a highly qualified fertility expert in Gurgaon. She is committed to the highest standards of care and service and we’ve seen her have a very compassionate approach towards her patients.

She has extensive experience with IVF clinics all across India and has helped hundreds of patients complete their families.

Learn how you can get a FREE consultation with Dr. Richa Sharma for your IVF in Gurgaon.

Taking the first steps towards IVF

The diagnosis of infertility is not easy on anyone but if you knew how common it is, maybe you’d not feel so isolated. Almost 25 percent of people in the developing world will have problems conceiving, according to the World Health Organization.

So, if you have not been able to conceive after one year of trying, the first step is to get some investigations done.

In case, you are in your late thirties and haven’t been able to conceive even after six months of trying actively, you should not delay medical intervention and seek the advice of a qualified professional.

There are a number of fertility tests for women, which can give an indication of your ovarian reserve, egg quality, ovulation status, uterine lining, etc.—all of which can impact your ability to conceive.

For men, a normal semen analysis is usually sufficient but if problems are suspected, you may be advised to do the sperm DNA fragmentation analysis, which checks the structural integrity of the sperm at the genetic level.

Depending upon your individual situation, a physical examination and diet counselling is also sometimes important in helping you conceive.

Right diagnosis and treatment approach

After looking at a few blood reports and scans any good doctor would be able to advise if there is actually any medical problem or it is just a case of unexplained infertility, and in either situation—what is the right approach.

IVF may be the gold standard treatment for infertility but it is not for everyone. You may benefit simply from lesser invasive, inexpensive therapies as well. Instead of pushing for the more expensive treatments directly, an experienced doctor would be able to suggest if you should try IUI before IVF or if you should simply go for IVF with donor eggs or sperm.

Correct diagnosis is imperative for the right treatment, which why at Infertility Aide we put a lot of focus on that. If you need a second opinion for better understanding and to feel more confident, let us know.

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What you should know before IVF

While each individual experiences the process differently, there are a few things to know before IVF, which could make your journey easier:

  1. Being aware of your own body, health, and fertility status can go a long way in making you feel secure and helping you make informed decisions throughout your fertility treatment.
  2. Discuss your investigation results with your doctor and see what is the right treatment approach for you. Ask if there are alternatives and the chances of success in your specific situation.
  3. If you are a suitable candidate for IVF,  understanding the IVF process and what it entails beforehand would be very useful.
  4. Success rates in IVF are not always as good as advertised, so you must ask a lot of questions and go with the doctor that feels right.
  5. The clinic standards and staff behavior are also important parameters. There are so many facilities for IVF in Gurgaon that you do not need to compromise if there’s anything that makes your feel even slightly uncomfortable.
  6. Prepare your body for optimum outcome and clear your schedule. Some women face discomfort and nausea because of IVF drugs, but most do not need to take much time off work.

IVF is not only financially draining for many couples; the stress of the procedure also sometimes takes a toll on your emotional and mental well-being. It is important that you find your support group and stay close to your partner through the process.

For more information and current specials on IVF in Gurgaon, get in touch. Consult with the most trusted fertility experts and get free second opinions, if required.

Resources:

WHO, Global prevalence of infertility, infecundity and childlessness: https://www.who.int/reproductivehealth/topics/infertility/burden/en/