Manipal Hospital is widely acclaimed as one of the best fertility centers in the country for the treatment of infertility and reproductive problems. We understand the sensitive nature of dealing with IVF patients and our specialists strive to provide the best support services for patients.
We create partnerships with our patients as we understand that being well-informed and supported throughout are the best ways to achieve successful fertility treatments. At Manipal, we follow transparent and ethical practices that are founded on the basis of mutual respect and trust. We foster an environment where questions are encouraged. Our specialists work towards providing the best-personalized packages for each individual patient.
Our fertility experts pay close attention to the initial workup for the infertile couple as this provides them with the opportunity to properly assess and select the right type of fertility treatment for that specific couple.
IUI is used to sift out sturdy sperm from flaccid ones and these are later washed and placed into the woman’s uterus during the ovulation period.
Fertilization in glass is done to create a test tube baby. During this process, eggs are removed from the woman’s ovaries and artificially grown in a suitable environment.
Our specialists use the ICSI technique wherein a single sperm is injected directly into the egg for fertilization, after which the embryo (fertilised egg) is transferred to the woman’s womb.
Ultrasound or sonography is a technique that uses high-frequency sound waves to display images of structures within the body. A gel is applied to the skin in the area where the examination is to be conducted.
Through cutting edge technology, it is not possible to perform minimally invasive surgeries with finesse and precision.
In this procedure, a glycoprotein layer hemming of the plasma membrane of
mammalian oocytes if opened slightly to attenuate through an anodyne laser.
This technique involves the development of an embryo in a lab environment for about
4 to 6 days after the fertilisation process and before being transferred to the womb.
In this technique, eggs, embryos, and sperm are frozen at sub-zero temperatures in order to preserve them for when they’re needed in the future.
The first successful IVF birth happened in 1978, and since then, medical advancement has made it one of the most successful options to overcoming infertility. More than 8 million children have been born as a result of IVF. Manipal Hospital’s department of IVF & fertility is a fully serviced fertility clinic with the latest infertility tools and technologies used for successful treatment. Manipal Hospitals is dedicated to providing high-quality, personalised care and building long-term partnerships with its patients. Our IVF & fertility department and its patients are a testament to this.
We provide a comprehensive range of services for all kinds of fertility issues. Some of the latest technological services available at Manipal are as follows: - Advanced In-house IVF lab - Specialty surgery center - Egg freezing - Research & Clinical trials - Surrogacy & Egg donation - Assisted Hatching - Preimplantation genetic diagnosis - Intracytoplasmic sperm injection - Post-travel infection evaluation - Advanced diagnostics (for complex cases) - Blood tests - Urine tests - Culture testing - Immunological (Antibody & antigen) testing - Microscopy - Imaging-X-Rays, ultrasound, CT and MRI scans.
An assigned specialist gathers general information about the patient’s health, medical history and various physical examinations are conducted. Based on their findings, further diagnosis or treatment is recommended.
Low sperm count, ovulation issues, endometriosis, issues with uterus or fallopian tubes, inability of sperm to penetrate the cervical mucus, poor quality of egg, genetic disease or any other unexplained fertility problems.
The first step involved injecting hormones so you can produce multiple eggs every month instead of one. Later, testing is done to determine if the egg is ready for retrieval.
Success rates depend on many factors such as the reason for infertility itself. Age is also an important factor.
Embryos that aren’t used during the first IVF attempt are frozen and can be used later. This saves you money if you are to undergo a second or third attempt. Unwanted embryos can be donated.
Contact us to know more about IVF & fertility and book an appointment with one of our specialists today.