Modinagar Obstetrics and Gynecology Society and Delhi State | ISAR (Indian Society of Assisted Reproduction)

Modinagar Obstetrics and gynecology Society and Delhi State chapter of ISAR (Indian Society of Assisted Reproduction) organised a CME program on Female Infertility on 14th November at Hotel Royal Inn. Approx 29 gynaecologists from Modinagar attended and the Chief Guest was Dr Manju Sivach MLA. She emphasized the need for improvement in doctor patient communication which is causing problems in doctor patient relationship.  She said infertility is leading to breakdown of family structure and it’s essential to have good treatment available in smaller towns like Modinagar.  Dr Kavita from Modinagar Obs Gyn Society quote “we are seeing a larger number of women with Infertility about 20 percent of women have this problem and we do not have advanced treatment facilities here so women habe to travel to Delhi Noida. Dr Shivani Gour General Secretary of Delhi ISAR said Surrogacy IVF is under debate now a day’s approximately 5 percent of women who fail routine treatment need surrogacy to get pregnant.  In Delhi it is because women are having children late after 35 years so the egg quality is poor. Dr Nupur Garg senior consultant SCI IVF centre Noida said women from Modinagar travel to Noida for treatment very late by that time success tates are lower and we want to raise awareness for specialist referral early at correct time. Simple techniques like exercise 20 minutes per say avoid junk food and taking high protein diet and vitamin c like in tomatoes citrys fruits can promote fertility.

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Preparing For IVF – The Best Way to Boost Your IVF Rate of Success

Getting pregnant with IVF is a tough task. Sometimes the couples fail in their first attempt and therefore go through many more IVF cycles until they are lucky enough to conceive. This may consume a lot of time as one cycle of IVF takes around 6 to 10 weeks to get completed. So in case you fail in the first try, your 10 weeks get wasted and again you have to start with the same process. Usually couples of the age group 35-40 age have to make several attempts of IVF to get pregnant. Stimulating the ovaries, extracting the eggs, taking them for fusion, implantation etc is time taking process. 

How to boost the chances of success?

There are a lot of ways through which the chances of IVF success can be boosted. The first thing is to follow the advice of your doctor. The expert will guide you on the kind of food you should eat, the diet plan and healthy lifestyle to follow, how to keep away from stress etc. Apart from this you need to take good care of yourself. If in case you come across any sign or symptom that is different then you need to discuss it with your doctor. Your infertility specialist will also tell you about the risk that are associated with the process and what all kinds of changes that will come into your body. Proper rest can definitely make a difference.

Then regular visit to the doctor is necessary and you should not miss them. Take your medicines on time. Even before the process begins you must intake a good and rich diet which results in healthy eggs. Healthier and active your eggs are, greater will be the chances of success. Similarly you can be prescribed a few medicines as well that will improve your overall health. So there are lots that you can do on your part as well and boost the chances of success in a natural way.

For more assistance you can always seek the guidance of your expert like Dr Shivani Sachdev Gour as they can better tell you about everything. As they are examining you from the very first day it much easier for them to help you in every possible way. So IVF is surely a brilliant option that you can try when other treatments are not working.

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