We at Ferticare IVF Asist have been delving into our patients comfort and care. we are relentlessly trying to deliver the best results to our patients by formulating the best protocol and each protocol being indigenous and bespoke to our patient needs. we never follow a uniform practice for every patient as each patient has a different fertility issue. we have a high success rate even in the case of patients who have had prior repeated failed IVF cycles.

IVF is the most effective form of assisted reproductive technology. The procedure can be done using your own eggs and your partner's sperm. Or IVF may involve eggs, sperm or embryos from a known or anonymous donor.

During IVF, mature eggs are collected (retrieved) from ovaries and fertilized by sperm in a lab. Then the fertilized egg (embryo) or eggs (embryos) are transferred to a uterus. One full cycle of IVF takes about three weeks. Sometimes these steps are split into different parts and the process can take longer.

Your chances of having a healthy baby using IVF depend on many factors, such as your age and the cause of infertility.


A frozen embryo transfer, or FET, is a kind of IVF treatment where a cryopreserved embryo created in a full IVF cycle is thawed and transferred to a woman’s uterus.

Why Choose Frozen Embryo Transfer?

The technique to freeze embryos is revolutionary and has helped couples in making less risky and helps them financially. It helps in these ways :

Extra IVF cycle: It means when your embryos are frozen and preserved, you would no longer be required to undergo the medication period to opt for a fresh IVF.Can use the frozen embyos so that the procedure becomes less time consuming and less invasive.

Economy: Cost of FET is low as compared to fresh cycle as there is no need to undergo complete IVF cycles. The extra embryos which are frozen are directly transferred after thawing.

Success rate : FET has increased success rate as it has less hormnal desynchronisation.

Can plan next child : The couple can plan for another child with the same frozen embryos.


Intrauterine Insemination

Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) is a fertility treatment that involves placing sperm inside a woman’s uterus to facilitate fertilization. The goal of IUI is to increase the number of sperm that reach the fallopian tubes and subsequently increase the chance of fertilization. IUI provides the sperm an advantage by giving it a head start but still requires a sperm to reach and fertilize the egg on its own. It is a less invasive and less expensive option.

When is IUI used?

The most common reasons for IUI are low sperm count or decreased sperm mobility.

However, IUI may be selected as a fertility treatment for any of the following conditions as well:
Unexplained infertility A hostile cervical condition, including cervical mucus problems Cervical scar tissue from past procedures which may hinder the sperms’ ability to enter the uterus Ejaculation dysfunction

How does IUI work?

Before intrauterine insemination, ovulation-stimulating medications may be used, in which case careful monitoring will be necessary to determine when the eggs are mature. The IUI procedure will then be performed around the time of ovulation, typically about 24-36 hours after the surge in LH hormone that indicates ovulation will occur soon.

A semen sample will be washed by the lab to separate the semen from the seminal fluid. A catheter will then be used to insert the sperm directly into the uterus. This process maximizes the number of sperm cells that are placed in the uterus, thus increasing the possibility of conception.The IUI procedure takes only a few minutes and involves minimal discomfort.

What is IUI’s Success Rate?

The success of IUI depends on several factors. If a couple has the IUI procedure performed each month, success rates may reach as high as 20% per cycle depending on variables such as female age, the reason for infertility, and whether fertility drugs were used, among other variables.


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