Why even good embryos don’t Implant?

Why even good embryos don’t Implant?

A very common question being asked after an IVF failure, in spite of transferring good quality embryos. In fact a very frustrating moment for the infertility specialist also. The couple and the treating specialist usually develop high expectations after seeing beautiful embryos on the monitor. But reality is an implantation rate of 25-40%. Another tendency is to blame the uterus…

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Can Adenomyosis affect my fertility

Can Adenomyosis affect my fertility

Adenomyosis is a condition in which the cells of endometrium (the uterine lining) are present inside the muscular wall of uterus. There is also associated hypertrophy uterine muscles. Adenomyosis can affect fertility in two ways. Firstly it effects the uterine contractions which helps sperms to reach the tubes. Secondly it also increases the number of toxic cells in the uterine…

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ENDOMETRIOSIS WHAT’S THE URGENCY ?

ENDOMETRIOSIS WHAT’S THE URGENCY ?

This is a clinical entity where the uterine lining cells are present outside the uterus, usually, ovaries. The incidence is in reproductive age group. This condition effects your chances of conceiving by decreasing number and quality of eggs, causing pelvic adhesions and hence tubal blockage toxic microenvironment and also effects endometrium receptivity. (2-10 % in women in general population and…

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