Date :2021-03-24 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

Witness systems in IVF - RFID system

Witness systems using Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) monitor all activities in the IVF laboratory to mitigate the risk of human error and eliminate the chances of a sample mismatch. This system safeguards every step of the IVF cycle by tracking the sperm and egg(s) throughout the procedures right from sperm and egg collection, laboratory procedures, embryo and sperm freezing process, till embryo transfer process. Wireless disposable chips are used from the beginning of treatment which is matched with the patient’s card. Due to this all processes undergo a wireless verification both in the laboratory...

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Date :2021-01-09 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

Semen freezing

Understanding Semen Freezing (Sperm Cryopreservation) Semen freezing is the process where a man’s sperm is collected, analysed and stored frozen to help him maintain his fertility if he is facing a situation that may jeopardize his future fertility. These sperm samples are then used later for fertility treatments or can be donated to other couples who are facing fertility problems. The process of semen freezing involves the following: Screening is done to rule out infections like HIV, hepatitis, syphilis etc. Collection or extraction of semen sample Laboratory analysis the quantity and quality of sperm The viable sperms are frozen...

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Date :2020-08-13 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

Ovarian Cysts: Symptoms & Treatment

The ovaries are the small, almond shaped organs, found one on each side of the uterus in the female body. Here, the ova (eggs) develop and mature and are released during the monthly menstrual cycles of a healthy female. Ovarian cysts are semi-solid or liquid filled sacs that form on or inside the ovaries. These are of many types, many of which are normal and totally harmless. Generally, they are divided into two types. Functional Ovarian Cysts - those that develop during the menstrual cycle and are harmless and short lived, and; Pathological Ovarian Cysts...

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Date :2020-04-27 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

Precautions after egg aspiration

People who undergo IVF treatment would be overwhelmed with the idea of egg retrieval. Egg retrieval or egg aspiration is a process of removing eggs from ovaries within 36 hours after the final shot of fertilization injections. This process would happen only when the eggs are fully matured and post the hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) injection. Specific steps to be followed before egg retrieval It is recommended by the doctors that any patient who comes for IVF treatment needs to inform the team about allergic medication or if they consume medicines regularly. This should be mandatorily...

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Date :2020-01-13 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

Role of hysteroscopic polypectomy

Embryo transfer is considered to be a step in the process of assisted reproduction wherein embryos would be placed into the uterus. Complications or issues could be common for many couples who have faced multiple IVF failures or who seek embryo transfer. A doctor would recommend to scan and identify to make sure there are no complications before an embryo transfer. Hysteroscopic polypectomy is one of the methods that doctors perform to evaluate issues with the uterine cavity. The doctor will try to check if there are any polyps or septums that becomes a hindrance...

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Date :2019-11-13 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

Importance of Normal Prolactin Level Before IVF

Prolactin is a multi-talented protein hormone that is produced by the pituitary gland. Apart from the pituitary, the hormone is also produced and secreted by other cells in the body, such as the immune cells, uterus, brain, breast, and the prostate. It is the hormone that controls breast milk production in women who are pregnant or breastfeeding. Most women have a misconception that high levels of prolactin signify more excellent fertility rates. In fact, the reverse is true. Too much prolactin can hamper the women's fertility levels. Too much prolactin in the bloodstream is known...

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Date :2019-09-17 Writen By :Srishti Hospital


IVF is the answer to couples who want to fulfill their dream of parenthood despite battling infertility issues. ICSI is a specialized form of in vitro fertilization wherein a single sperm is directly injected into an egg to fertilize it, and later the fertilized egg is transferred to the womb. In the last decades, due to the advancement of technology and the introduction of new personalized techniques, the pregnancy rates with IVF have seen a significant increase. One such protocol or technique that has immensely contributed to this significant improvement is Individualised Controlled Ovarian Stimulation(iCOS). WHAT...

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Date :2019-07-15 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

All You Need To Know About Laparoscopic Ovarian Drilling

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a frequent disorder that is affecting almost 5 to 10% of infertile women. The laparoscopic ovarian drilling is a surgical process which triggers ovulation in females who has PCOS. This particular surgery is not the first choice if a woman is experiencing. This surgery is conducted, only if the woman is unsuccessful in ovulating even after losing weight & trying several fertility medicines. What does the procedure involve? Ovarian drilling is conducted through a small incision made around the targeted area. This particular surgery is conducted under general anaesthesia. Firstly the...

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Date :2019-04-12 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

Know About The Causes Of Infertility In Male Partner

Though historically we have considered infertility is a woman's cross to bear, the truth is that male factor infertility accounts for nearly 30-40 percent of all cases, with 50 percent is attributed to a combination of male and female factors. The shocking stat is for about one in five infertile couples the problem lies solely in the male partner. Worldwide reports suggest that one in 20 men has some kind of fertility problem with low numbers of sperm in his ejaculate and about one in every 100 men has no sperm in his ejaculate. Most...

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Date :2019-03-23 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

Don’t Let Down Your Future Generation by Overlooking Gestational Diabetes

Gestational diabetes is a condition which develops during pregnancy (gestation). In most cases, this is a temporary disorder that occurs around the second trimester of pregnancy and it can be easily controlled. But if left rampant, it can present some problems for your baby down the line and so, of course, it's a good idea to do all you can to avoid developing it in the first place. India has the highest number of diabetics with 5% of the Indian population suffers from diabetes; however, there is no national data available on the disease burden of...

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Date :2019-01-29 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

How does gestational diabetes affect the baby?

When you are pregnant, several hormonal changes occur in the body which fluctuates the blood sugar level. Gestational diabetes also called pregnancy diabetes is a type of diabetes that develops during the pregnancy period. It's more or less similar to regular diabetes which causes a rise in the blood sugar level. A rise in blood sugar level is a major concern for a pregnant woman. If not controlled through right medications, gestational diabetes will not only affect the mother but also the baby.  Once the baby is delivered the blood sugar level of the mother...

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Date :2018-08-06 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

Creating Space For What’s Important - Cervical Cerclage

These days almost 10% of pregnancies end in premature delivery and there is 3 times more possibility for a pregnant woman to experience premature labour if she has a weak cervix. Sometimes called an incompetent cervix (cervical insufficiency), this is the cause of 25% of losses during the second trimester. A normal cervix opens up at the end of your gestation for the baby to be born. But a weak cervix opens up much earlier during pregnancy, increasing the risk of premature birth or miscarriage. The baby growth during pregnancy puts a strain on the cervix and...

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Date :2018-05-17 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

Hysteroscopic Guided Biopsy : The Accurate Diagnostic Method

Are you worried about those few symptoms that have been disturbing you? Few symptoms that have been indicative of polyps? A major portion of women suffers from the uterine issues like polyps, hyperplasia or cancer. The hysteroscopic guided biopsy is the best diagnostic method available to solve the same.   Endometrial polyps are small non-cancerous growth found in the inner lining of uterus, the endometrium. They are mainly caused by the overgrowth of the cells in the endometrium. Endometrial polyps if not diagnosed earlier and not treated well can result in the serious conditions leading to...

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Date :2018-04-18 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

All You Wanted To Know About Laparoscopic Salpingectomy

Women health is one of the most important risks to be handled and it requires utmost care and support. To the women out there, it's your responsibility to take care of your health well and enough so as to avoid further infections, complications etc.   Being a mom is the ultimate wish of any women, and it takes strenuous effort and cares to carry the baby through the whole gestation period without any complications and casualties. As the very first step of pregnancy, doctor suggests the mother to undergo scanning so as to know the present...

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Date :2017-12-23 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

IVF - Is a pregnancy more important or a baby?

IVF at Srishti Infertile couples seeking treatment dont just come to get pregnant, they come to get their baby. Most fertility centers focus on the point of getting their patients pregnant. This is where, Srishti hospital stands apart. Our endeavor is not only to give you a pregnancy, but to take you through your pregnancy smoothly, and help you to bring your baby into this world. We dont stop with getting you pregnant; we are there with you till you have your baby, and also beyond. Holistic woman and child care, with focus on CURE...

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Date :2017-12-09 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

IN VITRO FERTILISATION ( IVF) - A Ray of Hope for Infertile Couples

Couples who have tried repeatedly to conceive with a child but have not succeeded, need medical intervention at times. One of these procedures is called Assisted Reproductive Technology, commonly known as ART. ART helps couples start a family with a wide range of fertility treatments such as In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF), Intra-Uterine Insemination (IUI), In Vitro Maturation (IVM), Vitrification (The Fast-Freezing Method), Intra-Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI), etc. The widely popular ART is In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF). This treatment basically collects the couple's sperms and eggs in a Petri dish or a glass dish (which is...

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Date :2017-10-28 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

Gain Insight into Advance Female Infertility Treatment

Female Infertility may be because of different reasons. Some of them are the problem with ovulation, damage in fallopian tubes or uterus or problem with the cervix and age. Srishti Assisted Fertility & Advanced Laparoscopy Center provides advanced fertility treatment in India. It is the best female infertility treatment center in Pondicherry. Infertility Treatment in Srishti Assisted Fertility & Advanced Laparoscopy Center (SAFAL) is headed by Dr. Dash. He is supported by a dedicated team of subordinates. Symptoms of Female Infertility Abnormal bleeding, abdominal pain, fever, unusual discharge, pain or discomfort during intercourse, soreness or itching in...

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Date :2017-08-12 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

Treatment for hypertension during pregnancy

Hypertension or high blood pressure is a condition, caused when the blood pressure becomes higher than 140/90 mm Hg. Hypertension during pregnancy is a serious concern, it may sometimes cause severe health problems to both the baby and mother. Causes of Hypertension during Pregnancy There are several possible causes for Hypertension during pregnancy which includes: * Age (Above 40) * Carrying more than one fetus * Overweight or obese * Smoking and drinking alcohol * Failing to stay active * First-time pregnancy * A family history of pregnancy-related hypertension   Types of Hypertension during Pregnancy Chronic Hypertension: Chronic Hypertension can be referred to as pre-existing high...

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Date :2017-07-12 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

Pregnancy Care for Patients with Kidney Diseases at Srishti

Pregnancy is one of the happiest periods in a woman's life. It is also the time when she requires the greatest care. So nothing more needs to be said if she is suffering from some renal (kidney) conditions. High-risk pregnancy due to conditions such as kidney diseases can be highly stressful for a family. It need not be anymore… Srishti Assisted Fertility and Advanced Laparoscopy (SAFAL) provide the best treatment and care in cases of high-risk pregnancy. Pregnancy care for patients with kidney diseases requires a treatment plan to ensure a safe pregnancy and birth of...

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Date :2017-05-24 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

Know Fertility...

Fertility is a divine gift for all things living. It can be defined as the natural capability of a being to produce its offspring. Successful conception of a baby, its growth and parenthood are some of the most beautiful phases of a human life. The process of conception is both magical and miraculous. For successful conception of a baby, fertilisation should occur. Fertilisation can be defined as a natural process of fusion of egg or ovum from the woman with the sperm of the male partner. It leads to the formation of an embryo, which...

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Date :2017-02-28 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

How To Treat Infertility??

Nowadays almost all the couples with unexplained infertility are jumping into IVF (test tube baby) as there is a lack of public awareness of Fertility Enhancing Surgical Procedures. Fertility Enhancing Surgical Procedure (FESP), the benefit of the surgery is that it can allow a couple to conceive on their own. It helps the woman to have more than one pregnancy from a single surgical procedure. Fertility Enhancing Surgical Procedures *Â Hysteroscopy *Â Laparoscopy These Minimally invasive surgical procedures helps immediate improvement in fertility. In addition the surgeries have short recovery time and minimal scarring. Hysteroscopic Surgical Procedure This procedure...

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Date :2017-01-28 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

Overcome Infertility and Build Your Family

Becoming a parent can be one of the biggest joys in the world but for some it’s a process of constant trying and disappointment and they end up depressed. With the technological advances in the modern world, Intrauterine Insemination may be the perfect solution for you.   Intrauterine Insemination, also known as IUI involves a laboratory procedure to separate fast-moving sperm from the slow or non-moving sperm. It can be performed with your partner’s sperm or donor sperm (known as donor insemination). When Would You Need IUI? You are using donated sperm in your treatment (donor insemination) You are...

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Date :2016-10-24 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

Laparoscopic Gynaecological Surgery

Over the last few years, Gynaecologic Laparoscopy, a field in medicine has advanced very rapidly. This procedure is not only used for diagnosis and tubal ligation, but also a major surgical operation to treat gynaecological disorders. Laparoscopy has become one of the best surgical procedures are handled by gynaecologists. Laparoscopy is is a minimal invasive technique for performing surgery. In the early days, this technique was commonly used only for gynecologic surgery and for gall bladder surgery. over the last five years the use of this minimal invasive surgical procedure has expanded into every...

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Date :2016-10-24 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

Infertility Treatments in Pondicherry

Over past few years, infertility has become a common issue for couples. A controversy was raised up for this issue pointing that females only have infertility problems. Later, it was found that males also can have this problems. Infertility is the condition when couple cannot have a kid after one year of intercourse. Diseases and ageing are the main causes of it. Infertility is just a word, not a disease. And this word never mean that you can't have a child. This problems can be treated by different procedures and by using the drugs...

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Date :2016-10-24 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

What Causes Female Infertility

"Infertility" is not a diseases. This word only indicates that the couple could not have children even after regular sexual intercourse. Female infertility, the inability of a woman who is ready to conceive at a reproductive age . Infertility is divided into two primary and secondary. Primary,  Pregnancy does not occur even once in her life. Secondary, Possibility of pregnancy was initially high, but eventually fades. What Causes Female Infertility In total there are 16 causes of female infertility. All of them can be divided into the following groups: Psychogenic factors (3-28%); Violation of ovulation (endocrine infertility) (35-40%); Tuboperitoneal factor (20-30%); Various gynecological diseases...

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Date :2016-10-24 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

Causes of Infertility in Males

Male Infertility may occur due to several reasons. Abnormal semen contributes to male Infertility. The following Condition may occur : No sperm : when the man ejaculates there is no sperm in the semen Abnormal sperm : sometimes the sperm has an unusual shape, making it more difficult to move and fertilize an egg. Low sperm count (low concentration) : the man ejaculates a lower number of sperm, compared to other men.   Sperm must be very strength and sharp to penetrate female egg. If the sperm’s movement are wrong it is less likely to be able to reach...

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