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It is the dream of most couples to have their own children as part of their relationship. In India 1 in 6 couples will have problems conceiving.
The Blossom Fertility and IVF Centre aims to reduce the stress and hassle associated with infertility investigations and treatment, by offering a one-stop diagnostic and treatment service for infertile couples.

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Sushma and Ravi Kumar – Infertility Treatment Success after 8 years marriage life

To Rupal Madam and the entire staff at Rupal Hospital,

Words cannot express how thankful we are for all your support, guidance and help to make our dreams come true. Everyone has been extremely knowledgeable and caring, and were always available to answer our many questions throughout this emotional roller coaster of our precious pregnancy. We are simply grateful and can’t wait to share the child’s progressive pictures.

Rupal mam, Jugti mam, Bharati mam, Chetana mam, Trupti mam, I hope all of you realize the difference you make in people’s lives everyday. For us you have been an angel doing godly works and I can’t express how emotionally connected now we are with you.

While writing this to you and your staff, I get very teary eyed and emotional. I was introduced to you and your staff an year ago, and looking back, what an emotional journey my wife Sushma and I have endured. It was on our first attempt with you we were blessed with our baby boy. While all these four years with other hospitals had literally traumatised us. As I reflect back on our journey with you I remember the first day we met you and you have convincingly assured us that “tum meresay bacha leke hi jaogay” and here came this day on 23rd Feb 2015 when you gave us the gift our lives. I have nothing but positive endorsements to say of you and your staff. All your age old massy’s especially Kanta Massy, Bharati massy, Chandrakala massy, Sunita massy, Pinky Massy, Ranjana massy were phenomenal while executing there tiresome works.

We are so thankful we found you. We are so grateful and will cherish these never ever perishable memories.

How can I thank you with words for giving us the gift of life? There is no thank you or form of appreciation that could ever do justice to what you have done for us. Your were relentless, confident and committed to making it happen even when we were doubtful. Your positive attitude was much needed and will never be forgotten. You have been a true blessing to our family and now we count all of you as a part of our family.

We could not be more thrilled to be parents. We adore our baby boy and sincerely request you to always shower your blessings on to us.Thank you so much.

Looking forward for personal and many more associations with you mam.

Regards
Sushma and Ravi Kumar,
ESSAR ,Hazira – Infertility Treatment Success after 8 years marriage life

Sushma and Ravi Kumar - Infertility Treatment Success after 8 years marriage life

Sushma and Ravi Kumar – Infertility Treatment Success after 8 years marriage life

Manisha Bhagwati Periwal – Emotional IVF Journey

Dear Doctor Rupal Madam,

We don’t have words to describe our feelings and happiness,still we are writing something which is not even a single percent  Which we are feeling at this moment for you.

From childhood ,we have heard about angels,that  never met in reality.You met us and you made us feel that angel can be any where in any face and any shape.Ma’am,years of loneliness passed in our lives and we had just given the hope and than we met an angel.It was your confidence ,care and belief that gave us hope that our lives can be revivedOnly god can bring transition but you took the step to convert  our lives from single couple to proud perents to two little angels.

You are gardner who made our souls blossom and made our family complete.With this few word we would like to thank you from our bottem of heart and on behalf of our whole family we wish you good health, happiness and sucess from almighty.

Proud perents of Khusi and Gagan. Manisha Bhagwati Periwal – Surat

Manisha Bhagwati Periwal - Emotional IVF Journey

Manisha Bhagwati Periwal – Emotional IVF Journey

Jashoda Ashish Choksi – After 6yrs. of marriage life – Happiness after IVF success

After 6yrs. of marriage life we were helpless to be a parents but then after Dr. Rupal shah has shown a ray of hope to fulfill our dreams. In guidance of Dr. Rupal Shah we got happiness of our life ,in this effort we have baby.

Dr. Rupal’s effort is really appreciable because she gifted us our priceless gift and way aim to be alive.There are a few who cross our path of life that remain forver in our heart ,one whose comfort ,care  and concern has been unyielding . We also thankful to the staff of the Rupal Hospital , they provide us regular guidance as well as they care for patient. Also Rupal hospital saved timing as well as money because they have their own laboratory, 3D/$d ,sonography department which timely reports. Finally once again we want to thank you Dr. Rupal Shah ‘s contribution in making our future bright..

Jashoda Ashish Choksi – ML: 6years – Surat

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Jashoda Ashish Choksi - After 6yrs. of marriage life - Happiness after IVF success

Jashoda Ashish Choksi – After 6yrs. of marriage life – Happiness after IVF success

The lifestyle factors surprisingly have the potential to impact fertility. By understanding the impact of lifestyle on reproductive health, and by actively modifying lifestyle behaviors, men and women are capable of controlling their own fertility potential. Simple changes in your daily life like avoiding mobile or laptop from the bedroom, maintaining healthy weight, regular intake of folic acid, eating healthy diet and avoiding cosmetics with phthalates will surely solve your fertility issue and in the long run will help in maintaining overall good health. As most lifestyle factors can be modified, providing advice and support in making healthy lifestyle will help keep a healthy reproductive system of women.

 

Lifestyle Factors that may influence infertility in women

Lifestyle Factors that may influence infertility in women

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Lifestyle choices can significantly affect female fertility. If you are hoping to get pregnant now or in the future, you may wonder about fertility and the possibility to improve it. Some factors may be beyond your control, such as medical problems that affect female fertility, but this is not the end of history. Your lifestyle can also affect your fertility. Follow the simple steps that will help keep a healthy reproductive system of women. We all know that a healthy woman makes a healthy baby. For some females it is very hard journey of parenthood. It is very difficult for them to conceive. Apart from medical problems your fertility can be affected by surprising factors that are habitually incorporated in ones daily lifestyle.

Let us first know what female fertility is, understand the causes of female infertility and know the surprising facts that affect female fertility.

Female Fertility: Female fertility is a woman’s ability to conceive a biological child. You and your partner might question your fertility if you’ve been trying to get pregnant with frequent, unprotected sex for at least one year or at least six months if you’re older than 35, with no success. We all know that women is born with limited number of eggs. Women’s fertility is at the peak in early 20, and drops considerably after age 35. At the age of 40-45 she is left with very few good quality eggs.

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What causes female infertility? The most common causes of female infertility include problems with ovulation, damage to fallopian tubes or uterus, or problems with the cervix. Age can contribute to infertility because as a woman ages, her fertility naturally tends to decrease.

Female infertility is most often treated by one or more of the following methods:

  1. Taking hormones to address a hormone imbalance, endometriosis, or a short menstrual cycle
  2. Taking medications to stimulate ovulation
  3. Using supplements to enhance fertility – shop supplements
  4. Taking antibiotics to remove an infection
  5. Having minor surgery to remove blockage or scar tissues from the fallopian tubes, uterus, or pelvic area.
  6. Taking help of ART Treatments like IVF, ICSI, IUI, Laser Assisted Hatching, Donor Egg and Embryo, Sperm donor, PGD – Pre implantation Genetic Diagnosis, Surrogacy

Fertility can be affected by surprising factors that are habitually incorporated in our daily life. Many a times this factor are so much integral part of our daily life that we don’t recognize that it will be serious enough to cause female infertility. So if you’re trying to get pregnant, or foresee a mini-you sometime in the future, it’s imperative to learn what lifestyle changes might be in stock.

  1. Night-time Smartphone/tablet activity and fertility

Staring at your Smartphone or tablet screens at night, messes with more than just your sleep cycle. According to research published in the journal Fertility and Sterility, artificial night-time light exposure can damage both your ability to conceive and fetal development if you’re already pregnant. Late-night light exposure can suppress melatonin production, that’s also produced in the reproductive tract and blocks eggs from harmful free radicals, chiefly during ovulation. Insufficient melatonin production can also disrupt a developing fetus’ internal clock, resulting in long-term problems, researchers suggest.

If you’re hoping to conceive, or you’re already expecting, avoid light disturbances close to bedtime or while you are trying to sleep. Keep the tablets and phones out of your bed, shut off the TV and other light-emitting screens, and make sure illumination from streetlamps isn’t creeping in through your bedroom windows.

night-time light exposure can damage both your ability to conceive and fetal development

Night-time light exposure can damage both your ability to conceive and fetal development

  1. Junk food and infertility

If you’re a burger and fries junkie, you know you’re not consuming the right nutrients, such as monounsaturated fats, zinc, vitamin D, and B6, which means, you could be disrupting your body’s regulation of critical reproductive hormones like progesterone, insulin, and testosterone. Skip the chocolate cake and pizza on weekends and consume healthy foods instead to boost your body’s potential of having a baby. Also, make certain you’re eating a heavy and nutritious breakfast because research published in Clinical Science found that consuming about half of your daily calories in the a.m. could increase your fertility. Junk food can also have adverse effect on weight, blood sugar, insulin production, and cholesterol and cardiovascular disease.

Are you consuming the right nutrient

Are you consuming the right nutrient

  1. Poor oral health affecting fertility

A study in the Journal of Period ontology found that women who needed fertility treatments had higher levels of gum bleeding and inflammation than those who conceived naturally. Several studies have indicated that a woman’s oral health may be related to her reproductive success. So if you want to conceive anytime soon, make sure to brush and floss regularly and make sure to visit your dentist twice a year. Poor oral health is as bad for fertility as obesity – delaying conception by about two months. Gum disease might be one of several factors that could be modified to improve the chances of a pregnancy.

Poor oral health affecting fertility

Poor oral health affecting fertility

  1. Folic acid deficiency

If there’s one vitamin you should be consuming when you’re trying to get pregnant or you anticipate pregnancy in the future, its folic acid. Women who take folic acid supplements every day have a better chance of getting pregnant and aid in conception too, say researchers. Those taking a supplement regularly had a 40 per cent lower risk of suffering problems producing eggs – the second biggest cause of female infertility. Women hoping to become pregnant are currently advised to take a 0.4mg supplement of folic acid every day after stopping contraception, and for the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. Advances in infertility have proved that this essential supplement should be taken throughout this phase, after all, in most cases, infertility is temporary, and conception is possible at any time. The easiest and most reliable way to secure this intake is to take daily folic acid supplement or begin consuming sunflower seeds, spinach and eggs for a natural folic acid boost.

Junk food can directly affect your fertility

Junk food can directly affect your fertility

  1. Use Of Cosmetics and infertility

A study conducted by the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology, found that the chemical in fact compromises your ability to conceive. Research suggests that women with the most phthalates in their systems were twice as likely to suffer from implantation failure as compared to women with the lowest level of phthalates. Most of us would be horrified to learn that many of the products that we apply directly to our skin are made from the same harsh chemicals used in industry, and are known hormone disruptor’s for both men and women. In high levels they are linked to reproductive and fertility problems in women. With that said, you can limit your exposure by avoiding cosmetics that list dibutylphthalate (DBP), dimethylphthalate (DMP), and diethylphthalate (DEP) as ingredients or basically steer clear of scented cosmetics since phthalates are often added to makeup to make its scent last longer.

Harmful chemicals in cosmetics can affect your fertility

Harmful chemicals in cosmetics can affect your fertility

  1. Fertility and a woman’s weight

If you’re trying to get pregnant, or intend to start trying, knowing that being overweight can affect your chances of conceiving and having a healthy baby. Being underweight can also reduce a woman’s fertility. If you are planning to get pregnant in the next year or few years, healthy eating and regular exercise can boost your fertility. Unhealthy weight can mess with your ovulation.

Obesity can affect fertility by causing hormonal imbalances and problems with ovulation, particularly for obese women having their first baby. Obesity is associated with poly-cystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a common cause of infertility. If a mother is obese, it increases the risk of pregnancy complications and health problems for the baby. Risks associated with obesity in pregnancy include miscarriage, hypertension, pre-eclampsia, gestational diabetes, infection, blood clotting, need for induction of labour, Caesarean birth and stillbirth. Being underweight can also reduce a woman’s fertility. It can cause hormone imbalances that affect ovulation and therefore a woman’s chance of getting pregnant. Compared to healthy weight women, underweight women are more than twice as likely to take more than a year to get pregnant. Having a BMI under 18.5 is considered ‘underweight’.

Woman weighting on a scales isolated on white

Woman weighting on a scales isolated on white

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Can female infertility be prevented? There is usually nothing that can be done to prevent female infertility caused by genetic problems or illness. However, there are several lifestyle changes which she can adopt in her and her partners life. This will help in maintaining happy and healthy life and will also reduce fertility issues to a great extent. Things that women can do to decrease the possibility of infertility:

Take steps to prevent sexually transmitted diseases

Avoid illicit drugs

Avoid heavy or frequent alcohol use and tobacco

Adopt good personal hygiene and health practices

Have annual checkups with your GYN once you are sexually active

Have a healthy diet and avoid stress

Limit the consumption of caffeine

Avoid vigorous physical activity.

Healthy lifestyle can help preserve fertility for a longer period of time. So, if you’re trying to get pregnant, or foresee a mini-you sometime in the future, it’s imperative to learn what lifestyle changes might be in stock. Consider the simple steps that will help keep a healthy reproductive system of women. It is common sense advice that you are in a healthy condition if you want to try for a baby.

If you are thinking about pregnancy and about the impact of your lifestyle on fertility, consult your doctor. It can help you identify ways to help improve fertility and increase your chances of getting pregnant. These are just some of the lifestyle factors that can impact successful conception and more importantly, the future health of the baby. There are others and it is important to learn all one can, about how one’s lifestyle can impact fertility and the baby that is to be born. If you’re planning to become pregnant and you’re concerned about the impact of your lifestyle choices on your fertility, consult your health care provider. He or she can help you identify ways to improve your fertility and boost your chances of getting pregnant.

The Blossom Fertility and IVF Centre in Surat, Gujarat, India aims to reduce the stress and hassle associated with infertility investigations. Besides offering fertility treatments like IVF, ICSI, IUI, Laser Assisted Hatching, Egg, Sperm and Embryo donation and preservation facility and Surrogacy, our team of gynecologist and endocrinologist also believe in educating the couples. We create awareness amongst our patients about how little changes in our lifestyle will help a lot in conceiving at the earliest. Before starting the treatments we analyse both the partners about their daily habits, whether they are on any medications or have any hereditary genetic problems in their family history. Our team of doctors will guide them to come over some simple lifestyle habits either with self discipline or with the help of medication. The doctors at Blossom Centre emphasize the importance of lifestyle changes and teach how one’s lifestyle can impact fertility and the baby that is to be born.

You can consult our team of infertility and fertility specialist to know everything about your fertility issues and the impact of your lifestyle related questions at http://www.blossomivfindia.com

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Fibroids are non-cancerous tumors of the uterus (womb). Fibroids grow out of the cells that make up your uterus. Uterine fibroids (also called myomas or leiomyomas) are benign (noncancerous) tumors of muscle tissue that can change the shape or size of the uterus and sometimes the cervix. They start in the smooth muscle cells inside the wall of the uterus (myometrium). Fibroids usually occur in the form of multiple tumors, although single fibroids are sometimes possible. Fibroids can be as small as a pea or as large as a football. Having uterine fibroids does not increase your risk of cancer. They are almost always benign, no matter how large they get.

Fibroids and Pregnancy

Fibroids and Pregnancy

The fact that approximately 20% to 50% of women suffer from the symptoms generated by fibroid tumors at some stage of their lives suggests that they are quite common growths in the reproductive system of a woman. Age is a factor. Fibroids are more common in women who are 35 years of age or older. Women under the age of 20 rarely have fibroids. These tumors of the uterus tend to shrink after menopause. Studies indicate that black women are nine times more susceptible to fibroids than white women. Furthermore, women who are overweight are more likely to have fibroids because of higher levels of estrogen. No one knows exactly what causes uterine fibroids. But the hormones that regulate your periods, particularly estrogen, are known to play a part. Fibroids increase in size slowly over the years. But when estrogen level in the body rises the rate of growth increases. The exact cause of uterine fibroids is unclear, but there is evidence that it may be a combination of genetic, hormonal, and environmental factors.

Not all fibroids are the same, and they’re categorised based on where they are located. Fibroids are usually found in or around the body of the uterus, but they sometimes occur in the cervix. Fibroids within the uterus can be divided into three categories: subserous (located in the outer wall of the uterus); intramural (found in the muscular layers of the uterine wall); and submucous (protruding into the uterine cavity). In addition, fibroids can be connected to the uterus through a stalk (pedunculated), or fibroids can be attached to nearby organs, like the bladder and bowel, or the ligaments surrounding the uterus. About 55% of fibroids are subserosal; 40% are intramural; and 5% are submucosal. Fibroids are rarely found outside the pelvic cavity.

Large intramural fibroids may alter the blood flow to the uterine lining and may also alter the shape of the uterine cavity. Subserosal fibroids usually don’t alter the shape of the uterine cavity, but when large can cause discomfort. The only type that is supposed to have a large impact on reproductive function (unless they are large or numerous) is the submucous type that pushes in to the uterine cavity. These are much less common than the other 2 types of fibroids. Because of their location inside the uterine cavity, submucous fibroids can cause fertility problems and miscarriages. Submucous fibroids can often be surgically resected to improve fertility.

Fibroids, Fertility and Pregnancy

Treatment Options for Fibroids of Uterus

Diagnosis of the Fibroids: Fibroids are very common. About 25 percent of women in their childbearing years will have signs of fibroids that can be detected by a pelvic examination, although not all will experience symptoms. Your medical history and a pelvic exam are necessary in diagnosing fibroids. Listed below are tests that may also be used to confirm the diagnosis:

1) Ultrasound – a scan that uses high frequency sound waves to detect fibroids in and around the uterus and cervix

2) Hysterosalpingogram – a procedure that uses x-rays and a special dye to detect fibroids on the inside of your uterus and to see if your fallopian tubes are open

3) Hysteroscopy – a procedure in which your doctor uses a narrow fiber optic telescope inserted into the uterine cavity to look for and sometimes remove fibroids

4) Laparoscopy – a procedure in which your doctor uses a narrow fiber optic telescope inserted through an incision near your navel to look for and sometimes remove fibroids

What symptoms are experienced if fibroids exist?

The severity of symptoms will depend on the number, size, and location of the fibroids. You may experience severe, painful cramps and abnormal or excessive bleeding, especially during your periods. Also, you may have difficulty with moving your bowels or urinating if you have fibroids that are putting pressure on your rectum or bladder. Hemorrhoids may also develop if you become constipated. However, if your fibroids are small, you may not have any symptoms at all. In fact, you may not know that you have fibroids until you go through infertility testing.

What treatments are available to cure fibroids?

Fibroids can be treated surgically or with medications. Fibroids can be removed during a laparoscopy, hysteroscopy, or through an open incision (myomectomy). Medications that stop or interfere with your body’s estrogen production are used to shrink fibroids and prevent them from growing larger. Once the medication is stopped, the fibroids will regrow. Medication is mainly used for treatment prior to surgery.

However, you can only use these medications for a few months – long-term use may increase your risk of bone loss. Keep in mind that treatments do not provide a cure – new fibroids can grow after treatment. Most fibroids are usually small, asymptomatic, and don’t require treatment. These benign tumors only need close gynecological observation to document changes in size or the early onset of symptoms.

can fibroids make it difficult to get pregnant.

Fibroids and infertility – an updated systematic review of the evidence

Fibroid Symptoms

Common symptoms associated to fibroids are back pain, abdominal pressure or discomfort, urinary frequency, rectal pressure or discomfort, and periods that can be painful, heavy and prolonged, Difficulty emptying your bladder and constipation. Rarely, a fibroid can cause acute pain when it outgrows its blood supply.

Does fibroid decrease fertility?

Uterine fibroids are common, and they are found in 5-10% of infertile women. When all other causes of infertility are excluded fibroids may account for only 2 to 3% of infertility cases. Certain types of fibroids are known to decrease fertility. They include fibroids that are inside the uterine cavity and very large fibroids (>6 cm in diameter) that are located within the wall of the uterus. Because most women with fibroids will not be infertile, they and their partners should have a thorough evaluation to detect other problems that can decrease fertility. A fertility specialist can help determine if fibroids might be hampering their ability to conceive.

There are several explanations for why uterine fibroids may reduce fertility.

1)   Changes in the position of the cervix due to fibroids located above it may affect the number of sperm that can travel through the cervix.

2)   Changes in the shape of the uterus can interfere with sperm movement.

3)   Blockage of the fallopian tubes by the fibroids.

4)     Affecting the blood flow to the uterine cavity where the embryo would implant.

5)    Changes in the uterine muscle that prevents movement of the sperm or the embryo.

If you have a fibroid problem, there are several treatments to consider. Fibroids can be surgically removed, the blood supply to fibroids can be cut off, the entire uterus can be removed, or medicine can temporarily shrink fibroids. Your choice will depend on whether you have severe symptoms and whether you want to preserve your fertility. If you have uterine fibroids but you have few or no symptoms, you don’t need treatment. Instead, your doctor will recommend watchful waiting. This means that you will have regular pelvic exams to check on fibroid growth and symptoms. Talk with your doctor about how often you will need a checkup. If you are nearing menopause, watchful waiting may be an option for you, depending on how tolerable your symptoms are. After menopause, your estrogen and progesterone levels will drop, which causes most fibroids to shrink and symptoms to subside.

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Fibroids and Pregnancy

It is an impression that fibroids contribute to infertility and there are instances that shows that previously infertile women conceived after their fibroids had been removed. However there are no   strong evidence of causation, so whether fibroids do cause infertility, and therefore whether they should be removed, is still uncertain.

You should call your doctor if you have heavy bleeding, increased cramping, or bleeding between periods or if you feel fullness or heaviness in your lower belly area. Blossom Fertility and IVF Centre in Surat is committed to offer to the patients clinical excellence, cost-effective treatment options, personalized compassionate care, and exceptional success rate. The clinic is equipped with all types of latest Art equipments including laparoscope, ultrasound and Art laboratory that help in diagnosing fibroids of any type present in the uterus. Our expertise in infertility treatment and cutting edge IVF technology has helped majority of our patients achieve pregnancy. At Blossom Fertility Centre treatment such as ivf, artificial insemination, ovulation induction, fibroid tumor removal, myomectomy, tubal reversal is explained in detail.

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Tubal Disease is a disorder in which the fallopian tubes are blocked or damaged. One of the many causes of infertility is tubal disease, in which your fallopian tubes become blocked or damaged. About 15 percent of women who haven’t been able to get pregnant have damaged or blocked fallopian tubes. These are the tubes that connect your ovaries to your womb. Eggs are released from the ovaries and travel down the fallopian tubes towards the womb. If your tubes are damaged or blocked, eggs won’t be able to reach the womb. Blocked or damaged fallopian tubes restrict the egg and subsequent embryo from making it from the ovary into the uterus, thereby causing infertility.

While there are many causes of infertility, a blockage of the fallopian tubes is often the reason why many women are unable to conceive. It includes cases of completely blocked fallopian tubes and also cases with either 1 blocked tube or no blockage but tubal scarring or other damage. If the womb or the fallopian tubes are damaged, or stop working, it may be difficult to conceive naturally.

Fallopian Tube Diagnostic Tests

Fallopian Tubal factor infertility is often caused by

Endometriosis

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)

Uterine Fibroids

Ectopic pregnancy

Tubal Ligation Removal

Complications from lower abdominal surgery such as Cesarean section

Genital Tuberculosis

Even if you ovulate regularly, having blocked tubes means your egg can’t get to your uterus, and your partner’s sperm can’t get to your egg.

Tubal Disease and Infertility

If the fallopian tubes have adhesions or scar tissue around them, it can block an egg and subsequent embryo from reaching the uterus, causing infertility. If the tubes are partially blocked by adhesions, sperm may meet the egg in the fallopian tube instead of in the uterus, and an ectopic pregnancy may occur.

As such there are no symptoms for blocked fallopian tubes. Depending on the cause painful periods, deep pain during sex and general pain in your pelvis may be noticed by the women.

Diagnosis of Tubal Disease

Medical history and a pelvic examination are necessary in diagnosing tubal disease. However, other tests are needed to confirm the diagnosis. The following test helps in ascertaining the damaged tubes.

Sonohysterogram – a procedure that uses ultrasound to detect masses in your uterus that may be blocking your fallopian tubes

Hysterosalpingogram – a procedure that uses x-rays and a special dye injected into your fallopian tubes, to see if they are open or blocked

Laparoscopy – an outpatient surgical procedure in which your doctor uses a narrow fiberoptic telescope inserted through an incision near your navel to look for and sometimes remove scar tissue or endometrial tissue blocking the fallopian tubes

Treatment options for Blocked Fallopian Tubes- IVF

Treatment options for tubal factor infertility

The treatment for tubal factor infertility is usually either tubal surgery to repair some of the damage or in vitro fertilization (IVF). There may be a number of options for treating your tubal disease. Laparoscopic surgical removal of the scar tissue may be appropriate for some cases. However, in many cases, if the fallopian tubes are severely damaged, it is often safer and more successful to bypass the fallopian tubes and use in vitro fertilization (IVF) to achieve pregnancy.

Women with a prior fallopian tubal ligation (cut or tied tubes for sterilization) have the option of either IVF or a tubal anastomosis (TA, reconnecting the fallopian tubes). This technique reconnects the blocked ends of the fallopian tubes and involves a major surgical procedure and a 4-6 week recovery time. The success rate depends on the type of ligation and how much fallopian tube is present to reconnect. For example, if there are less than 5 centimeters (roughly 2 inches) of fallopian tube, then the success rates are extremely low.

There are many different ways to perform a tubal ligation, including burning, tying, clips, and removal of part of the fallopian tube. In cases where burning, tying or removal was used, there is often not enough tube for reconnection and IVF is the only option. The operative notes from a previous tubal ligation can be important to determine if tubal anastomosis is an option. Success rates are often low and women run the risk of an ectopic pregnancy after this type of fallopian tube surgery. Due to these factors, most couples choose IVF. For those few women with clips on their fallopian tubes, surgery becomes a more viable option. The amount of fallopian tube that remains after surgery is critical to the function of the tube. If a large part of the tube must be removed to eliminate blockage, the likelihood of pregnancy after surgery is reduced. The success of a sterilization reversal is influenced by the tubal ligation method used, by how recently the tubal ligation was done, and by the woman’s age-related fertility.

Other conditions that affect the success of surgery include not only whether the woman has scar tissue (adhesions) in her pelvis and whether she has other diseases in the pelvic area but also the surgeon’s level of skill and experience. The decision to have one of these therapies for tubal infertility should be based on several factors which your reproductive endocrinologist (fertility specialist) should discuss with you. The most significant issues are success rates, the degree of tubal damage, the age of the female, and whether other infertility factors (male or female) are present.

Ways to diagnose tubal factor disease

Blossom Fertility and IVF Centre in Surat offers a one-stop diagnostic and IVF treatment service for infertile couples. The team of fertility specialist is always ready to help patients deal with any kind of infertility issues be it due to male or female infertility, blocked fallopian tubes, endometriosis, repeated miscarriages, unexplained infertility, PCOS or any other issue. Infertility doctors at Blossom have a reputation for success, both in quality of care and in pregnancy and live birth rates. We at Blossom are committed to offer to the patients clinical excellence, cost-effective treatment options, personalized compassionate care, and exceptional success rate. We provide assistance and guidance in determining causes, diagnosis, and treatment about Tubal Disease. If you’re ovulating normally, our team of fertility specialist may also consider assisted reproduction techniques that by pass the fallopian tubes entirely. These can include intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), artificial insemination directly into the uterus (IUI) and in vitro fertilization (IVF).

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Can you alter Baby’s genes with your pre-pregnancy diet?  – Pregnancy – Diet and weight, at the time of conception, alter a baby’s DNA – Importance of Pre conception Diet for a baby – infertility – fertilization – conception – Nutrition before and during Pregnancy – Getting Pregnant.

It is always said that you should have proper nutritious diet when you are carrying a child because ultimately your child gets nutrition from your food. What you eat during those nine months can have long-term effects on your child’s health. Normally this tip is given by mothers and grandmother and all other experienced females. Hence diet plays an important role for healthy pregnancy and healthy child.

Researchers have discovered that nutrition at the time of conception can alter a baby’s genes permanently. Researchers at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine published a report that outlines the effects a woman’s diet has on her baby. Here the talk is not about the diet during pregnancy but it is about the pre pregnancy diet. That means what a mother eats (or lacks nutritionally) before she conceives a baby can permanently alter her child’s genes.

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Importance of nutrition before Conception

Normally the diet of the women changes once she is pregnant. Sometimes it’s due to aversions and cravings, but most pregnant moms try to eat a healthier diet. However researchers say that what your nutrition status is like right around conception can play a big part in your baby’s genetic makeup.

While a child’s genes are inherited directly from their parents, how these genes are expressed is controlled through ‘epigenetic’ modifications to the DNA. One such modification involves tagging gene regions with chemical compounds called methyl groups and results in silencing the genes. The addition of these compounds requires key nutrients including folate, vitamins B2, B6 and B12, choline and methionine.

The team studied six genes and what can cause them to turn on or off, focusing on specific nutritional components, such as B vitamins, and what their effects are on those genes. The switch for turning genes on or off is controlled by methylation, and they discovered that in women whose blood levels of these particular nutrients were low, these genes had less methylation.

Even more notable, they found that the levels weren’t out of normal range — they were just lower than the cases where there was more methylation on the genes. They also found that the higher a woman’s BMI at the time of conception, the less methylation was present, and again, the women’s weights weren’t out of range.

In essence, they found that there were just a few subtle differences that make permanent changes in genes. The team did not study how this affected fetal development, nor the child’s health as he grew up.

The on-going research is yielding strong indications that the methylation machinery can be disrupted by nutrient deficiencies and that this can lead to disease. The ultimate goal is to define an optimal diet for mothers-to-be that would prevent defects in the methylation process. Pre-conceptional folic acid is already used to prevent defects in embryos. Now research is pointing towards the need for a cocktail of nutrients, which could come from the diet or from supplements before conception.

Importance of Pre conception Diet for a baby - infertility - fertilization - conception

The basic funda of the study prove that mom’s diet prior to conception can influence her babies DNA during pregnancy. It also shows correlation between a mother’s nutritional well-being prior to conception, and how that well-being will affect the DNA of her baby over the course of its life. The aim of the whole study is to demonstrate that a mother’s nutritional well-being at the time of conception can change how her child’s genes will be interpreted, with a life-long impact. Thus mother’s diet before pregnancy could permanently affect many aspects of her children’s lifelong health.

The study did in fact; prove that mom’s diet prior to conception can influence her babies DNA during pregnancy. However study is in very initial stage and more work is required.

We all know that experts suggest getting to your optimal weight before pregnancy, and beginning a quality diet way before you are told to at your first appointment is a sound idea. However, pregnancy doesn’t always happen when we expect it to. The point to take away, then, is to eat a healthy, balanced diet and strive for your ideal weight whether pregnancy is on the horizon or not.

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The Blossom Fertility and IVF Centre aims to reduce the stress and hassle associated with infertility investigations and treatment, by offering a one-stop diagnostic and treatment service for infertile couples. Our expertise in infertility treatment and cutting edge IVF technology has helped majority of our patients to achieve pregnancy. Apart from providing infertility treatments to the patients, we also provide them counseling and nutrionist facility.

Nutritionist guides them to control weight, BMI and to eat healthy diet avoiding junk food and other oily stuffs. Patients are advised what healthy food to eat when there is craving for food or when there is false hunger.

You can contact the team of Infertility specialist at Blossom Fertility Clinic – Best Test tube baby center Surat at www.blossomivfindia.com

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