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Infertility Treatment

Infertility Treatment

  • Couple counseling and work up to identify the cause of infertility
  • Couple diagnostic work up for primary or secondary infertility
  • Ovulation Study or follicular monitoring
  • Intra uterine insemination
  • In vitro fertilization or intracytoplasmic sperm injection
  • Tubal recanalization surgery
  • Tubal patency test
  • Management of male infertility

Here are some common infertility treatments:

  • Lifestyle Changes : In some cases, lifestyle modifications such as maintaining a healthy weight, avoiding excessive alcohol and tobacco use, and managing stress can improve fertility.
  • Medication : Fertility drugs are often prescribed to stimulate ovulation in women or to address hormonal imbalances. Common medications include clomiphene citrate, letrozole, and gonadotropins.
  • Surgery : Surgical procedures may be necessary to correct anatomical issues that affect fertility, such as blockages in the fallopian tubes or conditions like endometriosis.
  • Surrogacy : In cases where a woman cannot carry a pregnancy to term, a surrogate mother may be an option. In surrogacy, the embryo is implanted in the surrogate's uterus.
  • Preimplantation Genetic Testing (PGT) : This involves testing embryos for genetic abnormalities before implantation during IVF. This can help reduce the risk of certain genetic conditions.
  • Counseling and Support : Infertility can be emotionally challenging. Counseling and support groups can help individuals and couples navigate the emotional aspects of fertility treatment.

It's important for individuals or couples experiencing infertility to consult with a fertility specialist who can assess their specific situation and recommend the most appropriate treatment plan based on the underlying causes. The success of infertility treatments can vary, and multiple attempts may be needed before achieving a successful pregnancy.