10:25 30th August 2017 | Male Challenges
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When talking about fertility challenges, we are referring to couples who have trouble conceiving or sustaining a pregnancy. Fortunately, there are tests to determine fertility status and treatments to overcome infertility challenges. Even though these challenges are often attributed to women, both partners can face challenges or infertility can solely be due to male factors.
What is Male Factor Infertility?
In a nutshell, it refer...
04:28 20th May 2017 | IVF Treatment Cycle
Questions that are being asked more frequently by couples who are trying to fall pregnant are, “When do I need IVF?” and “How many cycles of IVF do I need to fall pregnant?”
Some of us might consider IVF as one of those vital family planning services, when in fact it’s not being recommended by IVF specialists as often as we may think. In fact, only a small percentage of patients require it, or can possibly benefit from it.
One of ...
23:02 23rd June 2016 | Oocyte Freezing
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You want to have a family but not right now. After all, you are young and want to develop your career, study abroad or travel while you have little to tie you down. Like many young women, you want to delay pregnancy and child rearing until you are in your mid-thirties. But is that too late? Suppose you find it difficult to become pregnant when you want to. Fortunately this need not be a problem. You can freeze your eggs so that they are...
20:55 9th February 2016 | Insemination
For a woman to get pregnant, a man’s sperm must travel from the vagina through the cervix into the womb and up into one of the fallopian tubes. If the sperm arrives in the tubes soon after the release of the egg from the ovary(ovulation), the sperm and egg can meet in the tube and fertilisation may occur.
The cervix limits the number of sperms that enter the uterus, so only a few sperm make their way to the fallopian tubes. Intrauteri...
04:35 20th August 2013 | Bridge Clinic Procedures
First Visit Consultation Medical History Human Reproduction Investigations Review Consultation Treatment Schedule Counselling IUI IMSI ICSI IVF Ovarian Stimulation Egg Collection Injections UltraSound Follicles HCG Fertilisation Follicular Fluid Normal Sperm Conventional IVF Embryo Culture Incubators Uterus Progesterone Blood Vessels
The first visit
The objective of the first visit is to meet our doctors who will explain our services and elicit a history that will allow us to address your own particular issues. We will give you an overview of human reproduction and then prepare a plan of investigations for you.
The review consultation
The results of all the investigations will be reviewed with you and then we will schedule you for treatment appropriate to you. The c...
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