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How IVF Process works ?
In this process the female egg is taken out under anaesthesia and fertilized with the husband’s sperm in the lab. The embryo formed after 3-5 days is transferred back in the uterus.

How much time does IVF take?
May involve 2-3 visits:
1.One day for check-up / Pre-IVF preparation
2.15 days for IVF procedure (Second Visit)
3.Embryo transfer (Required only in some cases)

Is IVF painful?
No, IVF may sometimes cause mild discomfort or pain:
1.The injections used for IVF are purified and injected in subcutaneous form
2.The egg collection process is done under anaesthesia which is totally painless

What is the cost of IVF treatment?
The cost of IVF treatment may vary between ₹1.25 Lakhs to ₹2 Lakhs Approx. and depends on following factors.
1.Reasons for male & female infertility
2.Treatment method/technology suggested (Including additional treatments & services)
3.Any other pre-existing medical condition
4.Pre-implantation genetic testing (If required)

What are the potential side effects of undergoing IVF?
Given streamlined changes in the process, most patients tolerate the process really well. We rarely see ovarian hyperstimulation these days, since we changed our medication protocols. Since we use sequencing technologies to identify healthy embryos, we can now avoid twins and triplets. In other words, aside from bloating and inconvenience, IVF is now really well tolerated.

Is there anything that could negatively impact IVF success?
Given the decline in egg quality that occurs with age, women who are older or who experience premature ovarian aging often take more attempts to produce a healthy egg. By maintaining a healthy life style, a healthy body weight, and a focus on health and wellness, success rates can be optimized.

Where are eggs/sperm/embryos stored?
Thery are stored in our andrology and embryology laboratories. Eggs, sperm, and embryos are stored in liquid nitrogen. The duration of time gametes and embryos are frozen does not affect the success rate of the procedure using the frozen specimen. Atour centre all frozen specimens are located on-site in a secure room equipped with a 24-hour-a-day, 7-day-a-week alarm-monitoring system to alert embryologists regarding any change in temperature.

Can Kidney Stones be treated without Surgery?

Yes, Most urinary / kidney stones will be treated without surgery. 90% of kidney stones go themselves within 3 to 6 weeks. during this scenario, the only treatment needed is pain relief. However, if pain is severe than hospital admission required and pain-relieving medication will be given to the patient. Small stones can pass through urine by : Drinking Enough Water / Fluid: The key to flush stones through urine is to drink at least 2-3 liters water. Medications: Doctors may prescribe certain pain relievers to ease the pain and other medications to break and dissolve stones. Antibiotics are advised to counter infections.

How can kidney stones be a problem?

Kidney stone, first of all, can cause unbearable pain. It needs to be treated as soon as possible. Delaying treatments may lead to kidney failure or may even be a cause of cancer.

What are the first signs of kidney stones?

Among the most common signs of having kidney stones include excruciating pain in the groin and its sides, passing less amount of urine than usual, burning sensation while passing urine, nausea, vomiting, the presence of pus and blood in urine.

What is the main cause of kidney stone?

Among the most common causes is less fluid intake. Having acidic urine, certain diseases, heredity and eating certain foods in excess can also cause stones. However, the main cause of accumulation of those components that form stone is drinking less amount of water on a daily basis.

Are Kidney Stones serious?

Yes, kidney stones are serious as if untreated; they can lead to further problems of urinary tract infections and kidney damage. The growth of bacteria can lead to blockage and infection. Also, the presence of kidney stones for long can build up pressure on the kidneys and hamper their functioning.

Can I die from a kidney stone?

Kidney stones, on rare occasions, can lead to death; especially if its diagnosis is delayed and then not getting treatment on time, there is a risk of kidney infection. It can lead to a condition called sepsis that is life-threatening and required rapid treatment.

What is the prevention of kidney stone?

First of all, one should drink 10-12 glasses of water daily. Avoiding excess salt, animal protein, fried foods, alcohol, etc. can prevent the formation of kidney stone.

What is the risk factor of kidney stone?

Heredity, gender, certain types of diseases, diet, and lifestyle, to a certain extent are counted among risk factors.

Why Kidney Stones are Considered Dangerous?

Kidney stones, especially large stones, if remain untreated for a long time can lead to permanent damage to the kidney and may result in kidney loss.

What is the diet of kidney stone patients?

To keep the formation of kidney stones in check, it is important to eat foods that calcium-rich drink citrus juices and most important drink lots of water. Avoiding excess salts, added sugars, oxalates rich foods, and excess animal protein is highly recommended for kidney stone patients.

How can I reduce the size of my prostate?

Certain lifestyle changes like reducing the intake of caffeine and alcohol, and exercises, and medications and supplements can be used for reducing Prostate’s size. Supplements including saw palmetto, ryegrass, pygeum, and beta-sitosterol can help provide relief from the symptoms of enlarged prostate and BPH and may also reduce the size of the prostate.

The size of the prostate may also be managed through medications and surgical procedures. A doctor will better diagnose the condition, the extent of enlargement, and will help you choose the right course of treatment.

Is BPH (Enlarged Prostate) a serious problem?

In most cases, an enlarged prostate does not possess a serious threat or problem to health and is a normal aging process. In other cases, it may lead to serious conditions including urinary retention and kidney damage. Hence, it is important to get the condition diagnosed at an expert clinic or hospital.

What is the best medicine for BPH (Enlarged Prostate)?

Medications can shrink the prostate and/or can provide for easy and convenient urination. For instance, the “Alpha blockers” relax the prostate muscles and allow the urine to flow easily. Medications can be used alone or in combination and their choice depends on the condition of the prostate and the symptoms, among other aspects.

What is the main cause of BPH (Enlarged Prostate)?

Changes that affect the balance of the sex hormones in adults are considered to be the main cause of BPH.

Which drug is best for BPH (Enlarged Prostate)?

The choice of medication depends on the results of the diagnosis. Medications including “Alpha blockers” and the “5 Alpha-reductase inhibitors” are used for treating BPH. No single medication can be termed as the best.

What medication should be avoided in BPH (Enlarged Prostate)?

Diuretics, tricyclic antidepressants, Antihistamines, and decongestants are a certain class of drugs that should be avoided during enlarged prostate as they may worsen the symptoms of BPH.

Which drug shrinks the prostate?

The “5 alpha reductase inhibitors” including Dutasteride and Finasteride prevent the occurrence of certain hormonal changes that lead to the growth of prostate and also shrink it