Parenthood is considered the dream of married couples. Present day lifestyles and the environment greatly impact various organs in the body, including the reproductive system. Sedentary lifestyle, unhealthy eating habits, lack of sleep and stress can all contribute towards infertility. Infertility can have severe impact on self‐esteem, cause social stigma, marital discord and even lead to depression.
Sudha Hospital saw its humble beginnings in Erode in 1985, as a single specialty hospital focusing on cardiology. The hospital established by Dr.D.kandaswamy, started with just 20 beds. Subsequently, Sudha Heart and Maternity Hospitals was establishedin the year 1990.
Identifying a critical need in the society, Sudha Hospital set up a fertility center in the year 1995. Envisioned by Dr.S.Dhanabagyam, the center was among the pioneers of IVF treatment in the Kongu region. Today, the brand takes pride in completing 25 successful years in the field of fertility management. Sudha Hospitals, extended its presence to Coimbatore in 2010, and is today one of the top performing IVF centers in Coimbatore. Sudha Fertility Centre has also further extended its footprint with branches in Erode, Salem, Coimbatore, Chennai, Madurai, Trichy, Colombo, Hyderabad and Bengaluru.
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We consider a couple to have infertility if they have not conceived despite regular intercourse without using any birth control for at least a year. 15 to 20 % of couples will not conceive despite a year of trying. However, this does not mean they are infertile. The couple must be investigated and treated accordingly.
The causes for infertility stem from both partners. 40% stem from female factors, 40% stem from malefactor. 10% of cases are due to common factors. 10% of cases are unexplained. As either or both may be involved, it is important to investigate both the partners and most treatments require the active participation of both.
Yes. Secondary infertility is the one that arises in a couple who had a previous pregnancy, this also needs to be investigated and treated.
We can divide female factors for infertility as
The most common ovulatory factor is PCOS and Chocolate Cyst. The other being Premature Ovarian Failure.
The tubal factors include hydrosalpinx and tubal block.
Uterine factors include the unicornuate uterus, bicornuate uterus, fibroid uterus and adenomyosis.
Endometrial factors include Asherman Syndrome, Endometrial Polyp, thin endometrium and endometriosis.
Pelvic factors like vaginal septum, other factors such as Hormone Imbalance like hypothyroid, hyperprolactinemia, Diabetes Mellitus etc also can cause infertility.
Malefactors include Oligospermia, OATS and Azoospermia.
Every Couple needs proper counselling and support in their first visit followed by investigations done for both the partners. For Women, the basic hormone profile including AMH and other necessary blood investigations. For men, Semen Analysis and blood Investigations are done.
It is a syndrome when a woman has any two of the following three:‐
Obesity in PCOS patients can decrease the infertility treatment outcomes. So weight reduction is the basic treatment followed by hormone correction and drugs for ovulation induction. Drug-Resistant ovaries can be benefited from laparoscopic ovarian drilling.
Since insulin resistance and hyperinsulinemia are thought to play a central role, insulin sensitizers like metformin will help correct the hormone imbalance.
Fibroids are benign tumours made of smooth muscle cells and fibrous connective tissue that develop in the Uterus. The cause of fibroids isn't well understood. Risk factors include a family history of fibroids, obesity or early onset of puberty.
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