The team at Safehands Medical Centre understands what infertility may feel like, and that’s why our fertility specialists are here to help you achieve your goals all the way.
There are various treatment option in fertility management which greatly improves the chances of getting pregnant. This includes lifestyle changes, medications, surgery and Assisted Reproductive Technology which uses various medical techniques to fertilize an egg and help a couple achieve conception. However, your treatment option will depend on the cause of infertility. This is determined after the consultation and fertility investigations, our doctor at Safehands will sit with you and your partner to determine a treatment plan based on the diagnosis from the testing, duration of infertility and the woman’s age.
At Safehands, we offer treatment tailored to suit you and the cause of your infertility to significantly increase chances of achieving a successful pregnancy in the safest way and shortest time without compromising quality of treatment.
IVF, (in vitro fertilization) is a procedure in which eggs are fertilized with sperm in a carefully controlled environment to generate high-quality embryos.
In natural conception, sperm and eggs meet in the fallopian tube and begin the complex process of fertilization, embryo formation and growth. Introducing the sperm to the eggs in a carefully controlled environment can overcome the physical, endocrine and immune problems that may be preventing you conceiving.
Embryos that are created following IVF are then transferred into the woman’s womb to implant and develop or frozen for transfer in a later non-stimulated cycle.
When Should You Consider IVF?
Below are some fertility issues IVF can help overcome:
- Low Sperm Count
- Issues with the Uterus or Fallopian Tubes
- Unexplained Infertility
- PCOS- Polycystic ovary syndrome
- Ovulation Problems
- Antibodies that Harm Sperm or Eggs
- Low Ovarian Reserve
- Genetic Diseases
- When other fertility options have not been successful
Safehands Medical Centre has extensive and proven experience in patient blood management and is actively involved in the provision of bloodless medicine and surgery(BMS)