IVF Treatment in Hyderabad

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Continental Hospitals has the best IVF specialists in Hyderabad. We have doctors with over two decades of experience and known for their personalized care and high success rates.

IVF Treatment Cost in Hyderabad

The cost of IVF treatment in Hyderabad varies depending on several factors, including the specific hospital, the complexity of the case, and any additional treatments required.

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What is IVF?

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In vitro fertilization (IVF) is a medical procedure used to help individuals or couples conceive a child. It is commonly employed when other methods of assisted reproductive technology have failed.

Why is IVF performed?

Blocked or Damaged Fallopian Tubes: If a woman's fallopian tubes are blocked or damaged, it can prevent the egg from being fertilized or the embryo from traveling to the uterus. IVF bypasses the fallopian tubes by fertilizing the egg outside the body and then transferring the embryo directly into the uterus.

Male Infertility: IVF can help in cases where there are issues with sperm quality or quantity. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), a procedure often used in conjunction with IVF, involves directly injecting a single sperm into an egg to facilitate fertilization.

Ovulation Disorders: Women who have irregular ovulation cycles or do not ovulate at all can benefit from IVF. The procedure allows eggs to be retrieved from the ovaries, fertilized, and then transferred back into the uterus.

Unexplained Infertility: Sometimes, the cause of infertility cannot be identified despite thorough evaluation. IVF can be an effective treatment for couples experiencing unexplained infertility.

Endometriosis: This condition involves the growth of endometrial tissue outside the uterus, which can affect fertility. IVF can help by retrieving eggs and fertilizing them outside the body.

Genetic Disorders: IVF can be used in conjunction with preimplantation genetic testing (PGT) to screen embryos for specific genetic disorders before implantation. This helps reduce the risk of passing on inherited conditions.

Age-Related Infertility: As women age, the quantity and quality of their eggs decline. IVF can be an option to achieve pregnancy in women of advanced reproductive age.

Previous Fertility Treatments Unsuccessful: Couples who have not had success with other fertility treatments, such as fertility medications or intrauterine insemination (IUI), may turn to IVF as the next step.

Preserving Fertility: IVF can be used for fertility preservation. Women who are facing cancer treatments that may affect their fertility can opt to freeze their eggs or embryos for future use.

Same-Sex Couples and Single Parents: IVF is often used by same-sex couples and individuals who wish to have biological children. Donor eggs, sperm, or gestational carriers (surrogates) may be used in these cases.

Risk of IVF

  • Multiple pregnancies
  • Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS)
  • Egg retrieval complications
  • Ectopic pregnancy
  • Birth defects
  • Premature birth and low birth weight
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Need of IVF

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Here are some common scenarios where IVF might be recommended:

Blocked or Damaged Fallopian Tubes: If the fallopian tubes are blocked or damaged, it can prevent the sperm from reaching the egg or the fertilized egg from reaching the uterus.

Ovulation Disorders: Conditions like polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) or other hormonal imbalances can affect ovulation, making it difficult to conceive naturally.

Endometriosis: This condition involves the growth of endometrial tissue outside the uterus, which can affect the function of the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and uterus.

Premature Ovarian Failure: Early menopause or diminished ovarian reserve can reduce the number of available eggs, making conception challenging.

Low Sperm Count: A low concentration of sperm in the semen can reduce the chances of fertilizing an egg.

Poor Sperm Motility: If sperm are not moving properly, they may have difficulty reaching and fertilizing the egg.

Abnormal Sperm Morphology: Abnormal sperm shape can impede the sperm's ability to penetrate and fertilize the egg.

Treatment of IVF

Here’s a detailed overview of the treatment process:

Initial Consultation and Evaluation
Medical History and Physical Examination: The fertility specialist reviews the couple's medical history and performs a physical exam.
Pre-IVF Testing: This may include blood tests to check hormone levels, ovarian reserve tests, semen analysis for the male partner, and imaging tests like ultrasound or hysterosalpingography (HSG) to examine the reproductive organs.

Ovarian Stimulation
Medications: The woman receives fertility medications to stimulate her ovaries to produce multiple eggs. Common medications include gonadotropins (FSH and LH).
Monitoring: Regular blood tests and ultrasounds monitor the development of the follicles (where eggs develop).

Egg Retrieval
Trigger Shot: When the follicles are ready, an injection of human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) or another trigger shot is given to mature the eggs.
Procedure: Egg retrieval is done approximately 36 hours after the trigger shot. Under sedation, a thin needle is guided through the vaginal wall to the ovaries to collect the eggs.

Sperm Collection and Preparation
Collection: A semen sample is provided by the male partner or a sperm donor.
Preparation: The sperm is washed and prepared to select the healthiest and most active sperm.

Fertilization
Conventional IVF: Eggs and sperm are mixed together in a lab dish to allow fertilization.
Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI): A single sperm is injected directly into an egg. This technique is often used when there are male infertility issues.

Embryo Culture
Development: Fertilized eggs (embryos) are cultured in the lab for several days, usually 3 to 5 days, until they reach the blastocyst stage.
Monitoring: Embryologists monitor the embryos for proper growth and development.

IVF Treatment Cost in Hyderabad

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The cost of IVF treatment in Hyderabad varies depending on several factors, including the hospital, the medical team's experience, and any additional services required. Mostly the cost may range from 1,50,000 to INR 3,00,000 per cycle.
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Best IVF Treatment Specialists in Hyderabad

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Continental Hospitals has Dr. Vidyalatha Atluri, a leading IVF specialist with over two decades of experience. She is known for her personalized care and high success rates.

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Consultant Infertility Specialist - Reproductive Medicine

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is IVF?
In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) is a medical procedure where an egg is fertilized by sperm outside the body, in a laboratory. The resulting embryo is then transferred to the uterus.
Who might need IVF?
IVF is often recommended for individuals or couples experiencing infertility due to various reasons, such as blocked or damaged fallopian tubes, male infertility factors, ovulation disorders, unexplained infertility, or when other fertility treatments have failed.
How long does the IVF process take?
The IVF cycle usually takes about 4 to 6 weeks from the start of ovarian stimulation to the embryo transfer. This timeframe can vary depending on individual response to treatment.
What are the success rates of IVF?
Success rates vary based on factors such as age, cause of infertility, and clinic experience. Generally, younger women have higher success rates, with about 40-50% for women under 35, decreasing with age.
Are there any risks or side effects associated with IVF?
Common side effects include bloating, cramping, and mood swings. Risks include ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS), multiple pregnancies, and rarely, complications from egg retrieval.