IUI/IVF/ICSI - Embryo Vitrification

Undoubtedly, ZIVA is the best fertility clinic in Hyderabad for different ART(Assisted Reproductive Technology) procedures to treat infertility problems. We are best known for our high success rate in almost all ART procedures.

In medical terms, ART refers to the treatments that can manage problems associated with a woman’s egg and a man’s sperm to improve the chances of a successful pregnancy. ART procedures are ideal for men experiencing problems related to the quality and quantity of sperm and facing difficulties to fertilize the egg.

Similarly, ART works best in women who are experiencing ovulation problems and many other medical conditions. An ART cycle enhances the probabilities of a successful pregnancy greatly with each cycle. ART is the best option for couples whose fertility issue is not known, often called unexplained infertility. 

The odds of pregnancy are high with each ART cycle, and ART can overcome many common but difficult complications. Couples who have failed to get pregnant with other treatment options and people who want a baby without a partner, the homosexual couple can also choose ART procedures.

ART procedures are different types

  • Intrauterine insemination (IUI)
  • In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF) 
  • Intra-Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)
  • IVF-ICSI – combination procedures for more precise results

Intrauterine insemination (IUI) Treatment

The IUI process follows three main steps
  • Collecting the sperm sample on the day of Insemination at the clinic
  • Washing the sperm 
  • Placing the sperm in the cervix using a catheter 
In the natural conception process, the sperm travels from the vagina into the uterus through the cervix and finally reaches the fallopian tubes, where the fertilization process occurs. But with IUI, the fertility expert will place “washed” and concentrated sperm directly in the uterus, closer to the egg, using a small catheter. This process highly improves the chances of pregnancy in couples who are facing difficulty in getting pregnant. The procedure is simple, takes a few minutes, and does not require anaesthesia. Even though the procedure is not painful, it might cause mild cramping. During your IUI treatment, injections can also be used to help stimulate your ovaries for the production of eggs. This procedure is carried out around the time of ovulation, helping the fertile sperm to get closer to your egg…Read More Detailed Information

In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

What is IVF?

In-vitro fertilization treatment is an assisted reproductive technology (ART) in which the egg is combined with the sperm outside the womb. Mature eggs are collected from a woman’s body and fertilized with the retrieved sperm sample from the male partner in a laboratory dish. IVF procedure step by step:
The success rate of IVF Procedure  Around 65,000 couples undergo infertility treatment in India, and the success rate ranges from 30% to 35%. However, the success rate of IVF treatment depends on factors like age, health conditions, etc. In women of age below 35 years, the success rate might be around 40% to 45%, and in women of age above 42 years, it will be around 15%. Though a little expensive procedure, the outcomes are highly promising compared to other ART techniques. If you can conceive in the very first attempt of IVF, the procedure will cost very little..Read More Detailed Information

Intra-Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)

The ICSI procedure is similar to IVF, but the only difference is in the method of achieving fertilization. It is a laboratory procedure in which a fine glass needle is used to pick up a single sperm, and it is placed directly into your egg.

Collection of the sperm can be done naturally or by TESE, MESA, TESA & Micro-TESA. Ziva Fertility’s andrology experts are highly experienced in choosing the best sperm from the sample for the treatment.

How does ICSI work?

Due to some underlying health conditions, the sperm might not have the strength to enter the egg’s outer layers, or sometimes it won’t reach the egg, which is termed infertility. In such cases, the egg can be fertilized through ART procedures like IVF or ICSI process outside in a test tube. 

In the IVF procedure, many swimming sperms and the matured eggs are placed in a petri dish in a laboratory to facilitate fertilization. When the sperm breaks the outer layer and enters the cytoplasm of the egg, fertilization happens. 

But in the ICSI process, a selected healthy sperm is directly injected into the egg using a tiny needle under a powerful microscope in the lab. After fertilization, the embryo(fertilized egg) is monitored for growth and development for a few days in a laboratory, and then it is transferred into the mother’s womb…Read More Detailed Information