Manipal Hospital’s department of Reproductive Medicine has grown with the technological revolution in infertility treatment over the last decade. We are renowned for our commitment to providing advanced treatments and utmost care for our patients.
We assess patients and create a personalized comprehensive fertility program along with psychological support such as counselling. The latter is an integral part of reproductive treatments as it helps patients cope with the stress that comes with such treatment. We provide as much information possible to our patients to ensure there is proper coordination and understanding.
Manipal Hospital’s department of Reproductive Medicine is equipped with an exceptional IVF lab that is run by trained and certified staff. Separate rooms for egg retrieval and transfer are available. Professional anesthesiology services are provided under the highest levels of safety standards.
- Our Andrology lab is able to conduct all diagnostic tests for male infertilty and this includes viability staining and semen analysis. Sperm banking is also a provision. Apart from these services, hormone assay testing can be done for women and men.
- Manipal Hospital has a special lab setup for sperm and egg retrieval, ICSI, micromanipulation, extended embryo culture, embryo transfer, embryo biopsy, oocyte and embryo cryopreservation, as well as assisted hatching of embryos.
Some of our other facilities include:
Endoscopic Procedures - Diagnostic & Operative Laparoscopy, Diagnostic & Operative Hysteroscopy, Hysteroscopic Tubal Recanalisation
Sonography - Embryo Reduction, 3-4 Dimensional Ultrasonography, Diagnostic & Interventional Sonography
Andrology - Sperm Fragmentation Test, Computer Assisted Semen Analysis & Sperm Morphology, Sperm Preparation for Male infertility & for Normospermic patients
Cryopreservation - Sperm & Embryo, Oocyte & Ovarian tissue
Other services - IUI, In-vitro fertilization, TESA, IMSI, ICSI & Laser Assisted ICSI, Blastocyst Transfer, Laser Assisted Hatching, Pre implantation genetic diagnosis
Specialists come together to conduct a complete fertility analysis of the couple and to provide individual treatment protocols.
Low sperm count, ovulation issues, endometriosis, issues with uterus or fallopian tubes, the inability of sperm to penetrate the cervical mucus, poor quality of the egg, genetic disease or any other unexplained fertility problems.
The first step involves 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.
Reproductive medicine is the branch of medicine that specializes in diagnosing and treating infertility and other reproductive problems such as puberty, menopause, contraception, and sexual problems.
Egg freezing is the method of harvesting the eggs from the ovaries and freezing them to use later. This method is also called mature oocyte cryopreservation. It is usually done when the woman is not ready to become pregnant yet, but wants to get pregnant later. It is also done if you have some condition that affects your fertility.
Embryo banking is a type of fertility preservation in which a woman undergoes several IVF stimulation to form embryos that can be freezed for future use. It is a solution for women with older age and those with DOR who wish to minimize the effect of the biological clock.
Preimplantation genetic testing involves testing an embryo for chromosomal abnormalities. The cells are taken from an embryo and sent for genetic testing while the embryo is growing in the laboratory. There are several techniques to do the testing such as fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH), microarray, and single-nucleotide polymorphism (SNP).
Causes of infertility in men are:
Abnormal sperm production or function
Smoking and drinking alcohol
Certain genetic diseases such as cystic fibrosis
Damage or injury to the reproductive organs
Causes of female infertility include:
Premature ovarian failure
Excess production of prolactin
Blocked fallopian tubes
The most common complication of infertility treatment is a multiple pregnancy resulting in twins, triplets, or more.
Ovulation is the part of the menstrual cycle. It occurs when an egg is released from the ovary which typically happens around day 14 of a 28-day menstrual cycle. The process of ovulation begins when the body releases follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), typically between 6 to 14 days of your menstrual cycle.
Manipal Hospitals is the best reproductive hospital in Bangalore comprising the fertility doctors dedicated to the practice of IVF or assisted reproductive technology (ART). we have highly skilled nurses who share a passion for their profession and are committed to the care of our patients.
The fertile window is the 6 day period in which a woman can get pregnant from having sexual intercourse. The fertile window is determined by the sperm survival of 5 days and thr 24 hours during which the egg is released and dies.
Manipal Hospitals is dedicated to providing high-quality, personalised care and building long-term partnerships with its patients. Our department of Reproductive Medicine and its patients are a testament to this. Contact us to know more about Reproductive Medicine and book an appointment with one of our specialists today