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Semen freezing: You need to know

  “Let’s celebrate you being a sperm donor” Semen freezing is something that is a topic of discussion nowadays as many individuals nowadays are interested in freezing their sperm before vasectomy or any medical treatment or radiation therapy so as to preserve sperm for later successful fertility. So, by this blog learn more about the process of sperm freezing proven as the right approach towards a fertility journey together with your partner. Semen Freezing:- Techniques used to preserve the sperm are usually known as semen cryopreservation or sperm banking. It is a method to preserve the fertility of men. The semen is taken and stored which can be used in treatments later or even used as donor sperm In semen freezing, these stored sperm are frozen for assisted reproductive procedures, such as in vitro fertilization (IVF), intrauterine insemination (IUI), or sperm donation. Before the preservation of semen,  the doctor will go through the following test:- Screening for infections like H
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Test Tube Baby

  Are test tube babies any different than normal babies? Test tube babies sure sound out of the ordinary, but it is just another term when children are born through the process of  in-vitro fertilization,  which is a process of fertilizing a woman's egg outside her body and then placing the embryo again into her uterus for complete development. It has derived its name from the fact that the embryo develops in the test tube followed by the incubator rather than in the woman's body, and obviously, a term used for referring to the IVF process. The procedure of test tube babies: The test tube method is a boon to many couples with infertility problems that are not responsive to other modes of treatment. It involves the following steps: The process is done in a laboratory. But, first, the eggs are derived from the female and are fertilized by sperm derived from the male. Then, it is cultured for about 3 to 6 days, during which it divides 2 to 4 times while remaining in the incubator

Genital Tract Infections

  Infections can cause conditions in which the human body's functions are impaired.  Genital tract infections  are caused by bacteria, fungi, parasites, and viruses, these agents infect the reproductive parts or organs of the genital tract. In both males and females, the infection can affect various reproductive organs such as the testis and epididymis in males and the vagina, fallopian tube, and uterus in females and untreated severe infections can cause infertility and morbidity. These infections can both be prevented and treated. Let us take a closer look at it. Infection of the genital tract or the reproductive tract can occur in one of three ways. Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) : The pathogen is transmitted through sexual contact, resulting in infection. Infection is caused by pathogens such as  chlamydia, gonorrhea, and the human immunodeficiency virus. Endogenous Infection:  This type of infection is caused by organisms that are already present in the genital tract, know

Losing too much blood during periods? Watch out for these signs!

  Blood loss is a normal part of a woman's life. Every month, the cycle repeats itself, and you will experience blood loss. However, blood loss isn't measured. It's possible that you'll lose more blood than usual at times, or that you'll bleed less. It's also an indicator of a normal healthy body. Menstruation, also known as periods, is a natural occurrence. The menstrual cycle lasts 28-30 days, and you bleed for 3-7 days every month. The days are marked by mild pain and cramps, but for some, they can be excruciatingly painful. A lot of women are concerned about heavy bleeding. Heavy bleeding can make it difficult to go about your daily routine. It can also cause excruciating pain, leakage, cramps, and other health issues. But how would you know whether it's heavy bleeding if you can't quantify the blood? Look for signs and symptoms that indicate whether or not there is excessive bleeding. These signs are easy to spot, and if you see them in your period

Non-stress Test

The  non-stress test  is an important pregnancy test that doctors recommend to expectant mothers in their third trimester. To understand the significance of the non-stress test, you must first understand what it is, how it is done, and what is the significance of the results.  Non-stress test (NST) - What it is? The non-stress test, also known as  cardiotocography , is a non-invasive prenatal test. In response to your baby's movements, it records and evaluates his or her heart rate. It causes no stress to you or your baby and is completely safe, that’s why it is named a non-stress test. Who needs to get the NST done? The Non-Stress Test is recommended for all pregnant women, but it is especially important in high-risk pregnancies. It is usually done  between the 26th and 28th weeks  of pregnancy. The doctor can tell you if the baby is growing normally or if it requires regular and vigilant monitoring on the basis of the results. The test becomes even more crucial if you have: Multi

Gestational Diabetes: Take a little break from sugar.

  Have you been diagnosed with gestational diabetes? Don’t panic This blog helps you to understand all about gestational diabetes and what you have to do to take care of yourself during gestational diabetes. It is important to monitor your sugar levels to avoid complications because high blood sugar can cause complications. Let us understand gestational diabetes before knowing some facts related to Gestational diabetes. Did you Know? Gestational women usually don't have symptoms, and all women are tested for it. Gestational Diabetes can go away after pregnancy, but half of the women develop type 2 diabetes. Women with gestational diabetes should have their blood sugar tested every 1 to 3 years after pregnancy.  Gestational diabetes(GD) Gestational diabetes is a condition affecting about 10% of women during pregnancy in which blood sugar levels become high during pregnancy. A healthy diet and exercise usually can help keep GD under control, but some might need insulin. If left untre

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