What is an irregular period-?
A period or menstruation is the part of the menstrual cycle where the endometrium which is the lining of the uterus is shed in the form of blood through the vagina. The normal length of a woman’s menstrual cycle is 28 days but it may vary from individual to individual. Irregular periods are the one where this length increases to 35 days or more. Irregular periods also called oligomenorrhea can occur due to a change in the contraception method, any hormonal imbalance – like during menopause or enduring exercises. Treatment for irregular periods during puberty and menopause is not required but if the periods are irregular during the reproductive years then a strict medical advice is required.Read More
What is ovulation? Ovulation is a process of the female body releasing a mature egg from the ovaries. It usually happens about 14 days before the start of the period and carries up to a few days which are considered to be the most fertile days of your cycle. During ovulation the hormones that play a role in the eggs release are- Luteinizing hormone (LH), Progesterone and oestrogen.Read More
It is good to ask questions and clear your doubts. We at Indo Nippon IVF Mumbai are here to solve the slightest of your query related to egg freezing or any other infertility treatment.
What is Egg freezing?
Egg freezing is oocyte (eggs) preservation chosen by women to postpone pregnancy at a later date, whether for medical reasons or for social reasons etc.
The eggs are frozen in labs under suitable favorable conditions and can be used anytime later at the time of conception.Read More
A family is a bond that is longed and desired by all. In the age of latest advancements in the medical techniques and procedures, IVF is one technology that has recently grown its roots in all directions. The couples fighting infertility have been highly grateful to this invention of science and technology. While there are many known answers about IVF to the couples there are many that are still confused with irrelevant information. Some common questions about In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)-Read More
A failed IVF can be emotionally and financially devastating for any couple. In recent years the public awareness and acceptance for using IVF as a medium to grow your family has increased but still the donor egg IVF is a little less known and accepted. The old school thoughts and the shame of using someone else’s eggs for one’s own baby is a big barrier that comes in way of success of Donor Egg IVF. Using an egg donor is nothing bad, in fact if someone is able to help you in a way where you couldn’t help yourself – isn’t that a blessing? For women struggling with infertility, using donor eggs can be a bit upsetting.Read More
Cryopreservation is a much advanced and the most popular techniques of reproductive science that has helped many couples fight infertility and decide on for their future. Who would have thought that babies could actually “be planned?”Read More
Once a couple starts along with an IVF treatment, there are a lot of doubts and questions which goes through their minds during the same process. Still the main motive always remains to push the success rate of IVF process and this is where a lots of misconceptions and myths needs to be eliminated.
There are a lot of myths and facts related to IVF and other assisted reproductive techniques. There needs to be a proper understanding of these procedures to be clear enough about what’s right and what’s wrong. Read about a few myths explained by the fertility doctors in Mumbai:Read More
Egg freezing is definitely the most important and the most looked out option by today’s generation because of the lifestyle and the routine people have now a days. The advancing techniques and technologies in cryopreservation have made this option an easy choice to opt for ladies who wish to get pregnant, but at a later stage in life.Read More
What is AMH (Anti Mullerian Hormone):
AMH or Anti Mullerian hormone is secreted by the follicles in your body, which are responsible for creating the egg reserves. This hormone determines ovarian reserve in other words it defines the quantity but not the quality of follicles in the ovaries. The Anti-Mullerian hormone is closely related to the fertility issue and is of high importance who are trying to conceive. It is used as an ovarian reserve marker.Read More
What is Low AMH: Anti Mullerian hormone or AMH is a hormone secreted by the granulose cells in the ovarian follicles which are responsible for creating the egg reserves. AMH production is highest in preantral and small antral stages of development. Since AMH reflects the number of eggs that are maturing in the ovaries on their way to ovulation, AMH levels are strong indicators of a woman’s ovarian reserve- the ability of ovaries to produce good quality eggs. The higher level of AMH denotes that the woman has more number of eggs. AMH levels can be tested by a simple blood test.Read More