Opposite to Town Police Station, Bank Rd,
Kasaragod, Kerala 671121
For Appointment: 04994 220 170
2 KM from Kasargod Railway Station
60 KM from Mangalore Airport
12 KM from Bekal
90 KM from Kannur
60 KM from Mangalore
Failed IVF: How dream flower IVF centre can help
IVF-ICSI treatments have a success rate of 50 to 60 per cent and it depends on factors like age of the patient, period of infertility, defective embryo, conditions like PCOS, endometriosis, fibroids, semen parameters, etc. Some couples attempt multiple numbers of treatment for a successful pregnancy. At Dream Flower, we help lessen the number of attempts with our advanced techniques and facilities which help improve success rates of IVF treatment. Freezing embryos and blastocyst transfer help bring 90 per cent success in treatments, averting all the possibilities of failure.
A procedure involving examination of the womb using a light and camera-embedded narrow scope, the images of the womb are screened on a monitor for the doctor to study the structure and investigate the problems, if any. The hysteroscope is inserted through the vagina and cervix for the procedure. Hysteroscopy is done to check abnormal bleeding, pelvic pain, miscarriages and pregnancy complications apart from diagnosing conditions like fibroids and polyps.
Endometrial receptivity assay
Recommended for women who have suffered implantation failure in assisted reproduction treatments, Endometrial receptivity assay (ERA) is a genetic test that evaluates the expression of genes to find if the endometrial lining is properly developed to accept an embryo. This technology uses the latest scientific technology available to analyse the expression levels of the 236 genes to assess the optimal time to place an embryo into the uterus to promote a successful implantation and pregnancy. There is a small window of time that is optimal and in approximately 80 percent of women this window is in the expected time.
Platelet rich plasma
As part of ovarian rejuvenation therapy in women with low egg reserves, platelet rich plasma (PRP) is directly injected to the ovaries of the woman. The process stimulates existing stem cells to transform into healthy eggs. PRP is known to play an active role in promoting endometrium proliferation, improving embryo implantation rate and clinical pregnancy rate for women with thin endometrium.
Donor eggs help a woman suffering from infertility to give birth. Donor eggs are usually needed when the woman’s eggs will not fertilise and develop properly due to age, genetic abnormalities, damage from cancer therapy, premature menopause or unexplained infertility. With egg donation, the father contributes genetically and the recipient mother carries the baby. After a series of injections and constant monitoring, the donor eggs are retrieved in a minor surgical procedure. Eggs mature for several hours in the petri dish, and sperm are added for insemination, which happens hours later when the sperm enters the egg.
A procedure that enables embryos either created by couples undergoing infertility treatment or created from donor sperm and donor eggs, a donor embryo (more than one in some cases) is transferred to the woman’s womb to achieve pregnancy. Success rates with embryo donation depend on the quality of the embryos when frozen, the age of the egg donor and the number of embryos transferred.
In gestational surrogacy, the embryo created via IVF using the eggs and sperm of the parents or donors is then transferred to the surrogate. Surrogacy is opted for when the intended mother has no uterus or has a medical condition that bars her from carrying a pregnancy safely. It’s also an option for women who have had a history of uterus problems like recurrent miscarriage or IVF failures. A gestational carrier is different from a surrogate mother as the pregnancy doesn’t involve her own biological egg. The gestational surrogate has no biological relationship to the embryo she is carrying.