What is ERA testing?

Endometrial Receptivity Analysis (in short – ERA) is a genetic test done on a very small specimen of a women’s endometrial lining to determine which day would be the ideal day to transfer the embryo during an IVF circle. If you are planning an IVF treatment i.e. in-vitro fertilization process, to complete your family, you … Read more

Short term usage of contraception pills don’t affect your fertility

Does usage of contraception pills cause infertility?   Most women appreciate the effectiveness of the simple contraception method of using contraception pills. But. many women start to wonder if their regular usage of the pill may have affected their fertility, once they’re willing to start a family. But the fact is that hormonal contraception pill … Read more

Diabetes and infertility

Excess sugar isn’t always sweet. The sweetness of parenthood remains a dream for many couples who are unable to conceive.   Diabetes could be one of the reasons depriving couples the joy of parenthood. Many couples are unaware of the fact that diabetes can adversely affect reproductive health. It’s an established fact that diabetes had … Read more

What causes infertility, and what could you do about it?

What causes infertility, and what could you do about it?   Both men and women are likely to have fertility problems. Pregnancy may be getting delayed in the woman due to issues in either of the partners or a combination of factors.   Every step related to ovulation, fertilization and the embryo development until delivery has to … Read more

What should one know before going in for in-vitro fertilization (IVF)?

What should one know before going in for in-vitro fertilization (IVF)? IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) is used to treat infertility and it consists of a series of steps, including some procedures, to help you conceive a child. IVF is the considered to be the most efficient of the assisted reproductive technologies currently available. But your … Read more

Recurrent miscarriages depriving you of Parenthood

Did you know that some women who have no trouble in getting pregnant but experience recurrent miscarriages can also get treated with In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)? Women over age 35 are usually known to be more likely to have miscarriages, caused by problems with chromosomes, but in some cases, even younger women can be affected. … Read more