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Because of the increased work stress, hectic lifestyle, environmental toxins, and late marriage age - "Infertility rate is rising significantly".
In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF) is a procedure for treating infertility in both men and women who are unable to conceive after two to three years of trying. Availability of State-of-the-art medical technology has made the our company "Medical Tourism to India" a boon for many childless couples and it is a matter of great pride for India that it is one of the most popular destinations in the world for IVF treatments and couples from different countries across the world visit the country as the success rate has been overwhelmingly high.
With infertilty treatment standards at par with the western countries but at a fraction of the cost in these countries.

In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF)

In-vitro fertilization (IVF), also referred to as Test tube baby is the most commonly used practice for assisted conception in the world .This involves stimulating a woman's ovulatory process, removing an egg from the woman's ovaries and fertilise them in a liquid in a laboratory. The fertilised egg is cultured for 2–5 days in a growth medium and placed in the woman’s Uterus. This IVF process involves:

Best for: Older women or women with blocked or severely damaged fallopian tubes or scarring from endometriosis, men with very poor sperm quality, couples with unexplained infertility.

Success Rates: Varies by age. Forty-one percent of women (under age 35), 32 percent (ages 35 to 37), and 23 percent (ages 38 to 40) become pregnant.

Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is procedure used to treat male fertility problems when the man has a very low sperm count or poor sperm quality in which a single sperm is injected directly into an egg with a microscopic needle. The fertilised egg is then transferred to the woman’s uterus.
Success Rates: About 35 percent

Artificial Insemination (Also Known As Intrauterine Insemination Or IUI)

Most commonly used fertility method in cases of men have slow-moving or lower quality sperm or a low-sperm count and in women who have produced antibodies to their partners' sperm or whose cervical mucus is too scant, acidic, or thick to transport the sperm to the egg. In this procedure, at the time of woman’s most fertile time referred to as ovulation, the best quality semen collected by masturbation, processed in the lab and is transferred directly into the uterus with the help of a thin, flexible catheter. Success rate 18 to 20 per cent per cycle, with a 65 to 70 per cent after 6 cycles.

Donor Insemination (DI)

Donor insemination is a simple procedure in which semen from someone other than the woman's husband screened for sexually transmitted diseases and some genetic disorders is placed into a woman's vagina by a syringe to assist her in getting pregnant but ICSI procedure a newer technology which involves a single sperm to be manually inserted into the woman’s egg in contrast to a full semen insertion as in donor insemination is becoming more popular success rate 60 to 80 per cent Donor Eggs.

How it works: Eggs are obtained from the ovaries of another woman (usually younger) and fertilized by sperm from the recipient's partner. Resulting embryos are then transferred into the recipient's uterus.

Other Methods Are: