Thursday, 4 May 2017

Take A New Step To Start Your Family With ART

From a procedure called test tube baby introduced more than two decades back, Assisted Reproductive Techniques (ART), have seen a vast growth in its scope as well as functionality. What was earlier a technique involving the basic techniques of IVF has grown to accommodate various other procedures to address various conditions of infertility with success.

Now, ART involves several procedures customised to mediate the deficiencies in the parents. Along with IVF, other ART techniques involve ICSI, IUI and so on. Surrogacy and fertilisation with donor eggs are also done with artificial reproduction technique.


IVF or In Vitro Fertilisation have grown with technological advancements, resulting in an increased success rate and increased number of live births. The different stages in IVF include ovarian stimulation, egg retrieval, fertilisation, embryo culture followed by embryo transfer or cryopreservation. In women with at least one functioning fallopian tube, techniques like GIFT or ZIFT can be performed.


ICSI or Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection is performed the quality of sperm is poor. It involves directly injecting the sperm into the egg in a laboratory. This procedure is mostly done as a part of IVF procedure. The procedure is adept at combatting male infertility.


IUI or Intra Uterine Insemination is one of the least complex methods of artificial reproduction technique. It involves the direct placement of sperm into the cervix or uterus of the women using artificial procedure. IUI is performed in cases where sperm is unable to survive within the woman’s body.


Surrogacy is a type of artificial reproduction technique, where egg and sperm collected from the intended parents are fertilised and implanted in another woman’s (surrogate) uterus. The procedure is done on the agreement that the custody of baby will transferred to the biological parents, once it is born. This method is relied in cases when a woman’s uterus is not equipped to carry a child for 9 months.

Donor eggs

When a woman is not able to conceive with her own eggs, an egg donor service must be relied upon. The donor egg is fertilised with sperm and implanted in uterus for a successful result. 
ARC International Fertility and Research Centre, offers advanced treatments for infertility including ART procedures like ICSI, IUI and IVF with a high success rate and at affordable cost.
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