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Help & FAQ

Frequently asked questions

Yes, you can bring a semen sample from your home. Through masturbation, you can collect in a clean jar or bottle to carry it with you while coming to the clinic or a pathology lab for semen analysis.

IVF stands for in vitro fertilisation while ICSI stands for intracytoplasmic sperm injection. Fertility experts advise IVF when a female has ovulation disorders, blocked fallopian tubes, PCOS, fibroids, and allied female fertility problems. On the other hand, experts recommend ICSI with IVF when a female faces male factor infertility such as very poor sperm count and quality.

According to a study published on the Science Daily website in 2018, around 1 million babies are born through IVF every year. After the introduction of IVF in 1978 in England, more than 8 million children have been born after IVF.

IVF is an expensive fertility treatment. Its cost depends on fertility issues and geographical reasons. It can cost you around USD 12000 to USD 15000 in the USA, £1 500 to £5 000 in the UK, INR 1 00 000 to INR 5 00 000 in India and NPR 2 00 000 to NPR 7 00 000 in Nepal.

Your doctor will decide how many eggs need to be fertilised. And for deciding it, the doctor will consider your age, fertility issues, and general health. So, it is a good idea to talk to your doctor before moving ahead.

The success of IVF treatment depends on a lot of factors. And maternal age is one of those factors. Your IVF success rate is higher at a younger age. At 25, you have a higher pregnancy chance than later ages. Your pregnancy chances through IVF gets lower and it is around 3 % at or around 40. Your doctor will advise well after going through your reproductive health issues.