Common Fertility Problems and Treatments

Fertility problems are often approached with noninvasive procedures, such as Clomid treatments, fertility treatment drugs designed to help stimulate and induce ovulation. Clomiphene titrate is successful in about 80% of women who experienced ovulation difficulties, although it may be less effective in older or heavy women.

Women who suffer from fertility problems during the ovulation process or during follicle development and ovulation are often good candidates for Ovulation Induction (OI). In this treatment, follicle-stimulating hormones are prescribed that help to stimulate follicle development and eggs within the ovary.

Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is more commonly known as Artificial Insemination. Medication is given to a woman at a fertility treatment center to stimulate multiple egg development. Insemination, or insertion of sperm from the male partner, into the uterus usually increases chances of fertilization.

In vitro fertilization is a method that assists reproduction through the union of a woman’s egg and a man’s sperm in a laboratory dish. After fertilization has occurred, the embryo is transferred to the woman’s uterus for implantation and development of a normal pregnancy process.

Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) is a fertility treatment that has been used since the early 1990s, most often with couples where male factors such as low sperm count or poor sperm quality. The process involves the injection of a sperm directly into a mature egg.

Global fertility treatment center facilities such as Dr. Rama’s Institute for Fertility in India, or Superior A.R.T. in Bangkok, Thailand, are popular. In addition to opportunities for exotic travel, state-of-the-art facilities, expertly trained staff offer compassionate, knowledable and experienced care for couples around the world.

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