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How To Treat Your Fertility Problems? by ivfcenterinindo(f): 9:57am On Mar 21, 2022
I think all of us women want to have a baby in their life, but unfortunately, there are some women who have fertility issues and don’t get pregnant easily. If you are among them, then it is not an easy task to deal with this situation.

If you are in such situation then you need to know how to treat your fertility problems.

You can’t do anything for yourself, so the first thing that you need to do is to find a good doctor and start treatment from him. The best doctors are the fertility specialists and they can help you to solve the problem in a simple way.

The treatment will depend on the type of infertility that you have faced. There are different types of treatments available like ovulation induction, IVF (In Vitro Fertilization), ICSI (Intra-Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection) etc.

The following are the common treatments and also there are certain cases where these treatments are not helpful and then there are other treatments. If you are facing any of these problems then you can get these treatments from your doctor.

Ovulation induction:

This is one of the most common treatments used for infertility. You need to understand that there are various reasons for which ovulation induction is done. These are as follows:

Poor egg quality:

If you are facing the problem of poor egg quality, then ovulation induction will help you to improve the quality of eggs. This will help you to have healthy pregnancy in future.

Unsuccessful ovulation:

If you are unable to release the eggs, then ovulation induction is the best option for you. In this case, ovulation induction is done by using medications. These medications will help you to release the eggs and in this way, you can have a healthy pregnancy.


If you are facing endometriosis then ovulation induction is the best treatment option for you. Endometriosis is the inflammation of the tissue in the uterus which is responsible for releasing the eggs. It is the most common cause of infertility in women.

Unexplained infertility:

In this case, there is no reason for which ovulation induction is done and the doctor will suggest you to do IVF (In Vitro Fertilization). In this case, the fertilized egg will be transferred to the uterus so that it can implant in the womb. Visit our IVF center in Indore to discuss your options.

In vitro fertilization:

It is the best option if you are facing any kind of infertility problem and want to have a baby in your life. In this case, the doctor will help you to transfer the fertilized egg to the uterus through a surgery. After this, the fertilized egg will stay in the uterus for 2 weeks and then the pregnancy will start.

ICSI (Intra-Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection):

ICSI is done when the sperm gets damaged due to some reasons like infections, genetic defects etc. In this case, the doctor will inject the healthy sperm into the egg and it will lead to fertilization and you will have a baby in your life.


Infertility is a troublesome problem. However, the good news is that there is range of treatments available. You may visit our IVF center in Indore to discuss your options.

Re: How To Treat Your Fertility Problems? by Sanjanasri: 7:24am On Jul 06, 2022
Fertility problems in women can have a host of reasons as mentioned here, some that can be addressed by treating and managing the underlying condition, while some others may not be amenable to it.
Most fertility problems in women are related to hormonal issues and imbalances and the commonest among these that is increasingly affecting women in the reproductive age group is PCOS which is characterized by irregular, reduced, or absent production of fertile eggs, and it can also cause difficulty during the course of pregnancy. Other problems such as structural defects, thyroid problems, endometriosis, etc.,
can have a significant impact on female fertility. When facing difficulties with conceiving, it is advisable to seek the help of a reproductive endocrinologist and infertility specialist, who can then investigate the cause of infertility, and suggest the appropriate treatment based on the underlying problem.
The treatment of infertility primarily depends on the underlying cause, and various Assisted Reproduction Technologies (ART) are available, and these include ovulation induction, intrauterine insemination (IUI), Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI), In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), Egg Donation, Egg Retrieval, Embryo Transfer, and many more. An infertility specialist can decide the best course of management based on the underlying problem, and the need and comfort of the individual.
Re: How To Treat Your Fertility Problems? by jyotisharma1996: 11:29am On Sep 03, 2022
There are numerous fertility treatments available that can aid in conception for females. In order to help them become pregnant, many women receive specialized medical care from Dr. Sumita Sofat at her IVF Centre in Punjab. If you require fertility treatment, they have many methods to assist you in becoming pregnant.

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