3 08, 2015

All You Need to Know about Embryo Freezing – 10 Frequently Asked Questions

When a woman undergoes an IVF cycle, she is given fertility medication to induce her ovaries to release multiple eggs at a time. This is done with the objective of developing more than one embryo so that the best ones may be selected for transfer to her uterus to facilitate pregnancy. Since not all embryos

6 07, 2015

Obese and Unable to Conceive: How Body weight Affects Fertility and Why You Need Not Lose Hope

When Reena* first came to Gaudium IVF Centre for a consultation from Panipat (Haryana), she had all the possible odds stacked against her and had given up the hope of ever having a child of her own. Reena was 37 years old, had polycystic ovaries (PCOS/PCOD), and weighed 156 Kilograms (344 lbs). Statistics show that

4 06, 2015

IVF and the Twin Desire: Know the Risks before you put all your eggs in one basket

A dangerous trend is fast emerging among couples seeking IVF treatment to “advise” their doctor to transfer multiple embryos as they believe it would increase the probabilities of attaining pregnancy. While this may be partially true but they fail to foresee the grave risks the mother and child can be exposed to. So it is

18 05, 2015

How Stress Hinders Fertility and Why Infertility Treatment Must Include Effective Stress Management

Much is written about the possible ill effects of stress on our physical and emotional health. However not many people are aware that chronic stress has been cited as one of the key contributors to the alarming rise in male and female infertility. While researchers worldwide are working to establish the exact link between infertility

3 11, 2014

Endometriosis & Infertility: Let’s Ease the Pain

Like an unavoidable monthly ritual, 32-year-old IT professional, Mrs. Rashi Garg, had to take leave from work every month, just because of her awfully painful menses. A period is an inevitable nuisance in any woman’s life, but for Mrs. Garg, it was lot more than that, although she was unaware that they had still more