At Aaradhya, Our Approach is to provide individual treatment plans tailored specifically to your needs with Clarity, Ethics, and Values for High Success rates and ever-increasing happy couples. Success does not lie in achieving a pregnancy, but in having a baby and completing your family. We provide personalized care and help you throughout the process, explaining the steps involved in each phase of the treatment.
Once you are registered with Aaradhya, you will become a member of our family. Infertility treatment depends largely on the root cause of the problem. This, in turn, depends on your and your partner's lifestyle, medical history and genetic makeup. Therefore, effective treatments may vary from couple to couple. One doesn't need to go through IVF when the problem can be solved with a simple Hysteroscopy procedure.
To identify the cause of the difficulty, preliminary investigation is essential. This will involve a physical examination and some tests - prescribed based on your medical history, etc. - aimed at narrowing down the probable causes of infertility. These tests may include blood tests, semen analysis and thorough screening for the male partner, and diagnostic tests of the uterus, ovaries and ovulation for the female partner.
Based on the results of the preliminary counselling, health examination and tests, further investigation will be carried out to determine the treatment options that will are likely to be the most effective for you. Depending on the type of treatment you undergo, hormone therapy, laparoscopic surgery and other procedures may be required. Treatment may take some months to succeed and will require regular monitoring by your fertility professional.
Once you undergo IVF treatment, then about two weeks after the embryo transfer, you will be given a beta-hCG test to check if gestation has been achieved. If the test is positive, a vaginal ultrasound scan will be performed 1 week later to confirm the pregnancy and view the gestational sac. If the beta-hCG test is negative, further treatment will depend on whether you have frozen embryos or not.