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IVF in India - Few things to know before undergoing IVF in India

 IVF abroad in India - things to consider


Are you among those who have been looking for IVF treatment in India? There are a few important steps you must know before undergoing IVF in India.

Step 1 - Know about IVF surgery


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Egg fertilization 
IVF or In – vitro fertilization is a process by which an egg is fertilized by sperm outside the body. In vitro is a Latin term which means fertilization “in glass” or a culture dish. IVF is considered when other methods of assisted reproductive technology have failed to achieve a successful pregnancy.

IVF procedure entails monitoring of a woman’s ovulatory process, removing ova from the woman’s ovaries and letting the sperm fertilize the ova in a fluid medium in a laboratory. When a woman’s natural cycle is monitored for collection of ovum, it is known as natural cycle IVF. The zygote formed inside the fluid medium is then transferred to the uterus so as to establish a successful pregnancy. Louise Brown was the first test tube baby, borne in 1978.

Summarizing, the various steps of IVF surgery include:

1.       Stimulation and monitoring  the development of eggs in the ovaries
2.       Egg Retreival
3.       Collection of sperms
4.       Fertilization or combining the sperm and ova in a culture medium for fertilization and early embryo growth.
5.       Transfer of embryos into uterus

Step 2 – Research IVF Centers in India


You need to have time and patience while looking for right IVF hospitals and clinics as per your needs. In order to decide right IVF center in India, ask as many questions as you have of the sort –  

-         Are the doctors board certified? Look at the credentials of doctors so as to know the years of experience and skills of the physicians.
-         Does the IVF centre have accredited laboratory?
-        What type of amenities and services are offered to the patients? 

Step 3 – Compare the cost of IVF in India with other potential destinations


The next step is to determine the cost of IVF in India. Comparing the cost of IVF in India with other potential destinations such as USA, UK or Canada, one would find a huge cost difference. The cost of IVF in India is much cheaper and affordable as compared to the cost of infertility treatment in western countries.

Step 4 – Get semen analysis done as early as possible


It is important for the male partner to undergo a semen analysis before an IVF cycle begins as sperm health can change in a year’s time. So it is always good to undergo semen analysis prior to undergoing IVF.

Step 5 – Choose the right accommodation facility as per your needs


Before embarking on your journey to India for IVF, you must find out the right accommodation facility so as to avoid any last minute hassles. It is always good to get the accommodation near the hospital facility so as to save time and energy.

Step 6 – Talk to your doctor


For a successful conception, it is always advisable to ask as many questions from the doctor as possible. One must be aware of dos and don’ts while undergoing IVF process and should know what to expect during the IVF process. This enhances the chances for a successful conception.

IVF is highly recommended in India. Owing to availability of best hospital facilities, skills of the surgeons and affordable cost of the treatment, many couples from all over the world come to India for IVF treatment.
IndiCure is one of the most trusted medical tourism companies offering IVF at affordable cost in India. For more information about IVF in India and IVF hospitals in India, Write to info@indicure.com or call at +919818462127 or +919320036777

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