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Infertility Treatment

Medical termination of pregnancy (Infertility Treatment)

Infertility can be treated with traditional medical therapy in 85% to 90% of cases. Treatments for infertility can include taking drugs or using assisted reproductive technologies to implant embryos (ART). Men's or women's-only therapies are available, as are some that involve both couples. Infertility is treated with traditional medical methods including medication or surgery in 85% to 90% of instances.

fertility treatments are unsuccessful
  • If fertility treatments are unsuccessful, further options include using donated sperm or eggs, or having a different woman carry the child
Fertility treatment in Male

In order to clear obstructions in the tubes that carry sperm from the testicles to the penis, surgery may be an option. Varicocele, or varicose veins, in the testicles may be treated surgically. Current study reveals that surgical correction of varicocele can increase health of sperm, but it has not affected the odds for conception..

Fertility treatment in Female

Women whose infertility is caused by ovulation issues are more likely to benefit from fertility treatments. Even while in vitro fertilisation can help women with these problems conceive, pharmaceutical treatment is least likely to help infertility brought on by endometriosis or fallopian tube damage.

In many situations, treating the underlying cause of infertility is the initial step in treating infertility. For instance, thyroid medication may be able to restore fertility when thyroid dysfunction results in hormonal abnormalities.