Sparsha Infertility Centre | IVF

In Vitro Fertilisation

The procedure where an ovulated egg from the woman's body is fertilized with sperms outside the body is called In Vitro Fertilization or IVF.

IVF is generally avoided unless a less invasive or expensive option is not completely opted out of. If we take a gander down history lane, July 1978 witnessed the first successful birth of an IVF child, named Louise Brown.

Egg donation or the IVF process can concur with a wide spectrum of challenges. For example, women who are past reproductive years, or reached menopause, or have infertile partners, can still achieve pregnancy.

Adopting IVF is an emotional process and our expert and caring doctors at Sparsha helps understand the entire process of IVF, with comprehensive videos and presentations. This treatment comes into play like a last resort when all other factors or procedures might have failed.

Why Is IVF Performed?

Book IVF Appointment at Sparsha Infertility Centre IVF aims to help infertile people succeed in their want to have a child of their own. We recommend looking into other simpler treatments first, since IVF is an expensive and invasive procedure.

Fertilizations complications for which IVF turns up to be a necessary option:
  • Weakened fertility in women who have crossed the age of 40
  • Wounded or plugged up fallopian tubes
  • Ovarian function which has been reduced
  • Fibroids in the uterus
  • uterine fibroids
  • Low motility or sperm complications or infertility in the male partner/li>
  • Infertility which cannot be readily explained
Families and parents often use and opt for IVF if there are certain genetic problems that they would like to prevent from being passed onto their child. These tests are run in a lab and should any genetic defects be found, they are removed before implantation in the embryo.

Risks of IVF

Before considering this option, it is our duty to warn potential participants about the risk that it entails.


After a certain amount of time – somewhere around 2 weeks have passed, since the egg retrieval from the mothers, doctors proceed onto checking the blood samples to determine effectively whether the pregnancy has been confirmed or not. If successful, doctors refer back to an obstetrician or any other such pregnancy specialist for personal and efficient care. Should the same not be successful, and periods are not occurring even after a week, kindly reach out to doctors and take necessary guidance for proceeding onto the next steps.
The chances of giving birth to a healthy baby after using IVF depend on various factors, including:
  • Maternal Age
  • Embryo Status
  • Reproductive History
  • Lifestyle factors
Proper consultation is recommended to understand your niched requirements and conditions.

After the Procedure

Once the embryo transfer has been done, one can go back to the daily activities. However it is important to keep in mind that strenuous activities, which might cause discomfort should be avoided as much as possible.

Some typical side effects could include the following:
  • Owing to swabbing of the cervix for transfer, one might pass a small amount of clear or bloody fluid
  • High estrogen levels contribute to breast tenderness
  • Mild signs of bloating and cramping might be witnessed
  • One might end up suffering from constipation as well

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