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  1. 1. infertility Dr. Richa Katiyar Dr. Richa Katiyar, Web: www.how-to-get-pregnant.in Email: dr.richa.katiyar@gmail.com
  2. 2. Infertility Tests • HSG • Hormonal Tests Dr. Richa Katiyar, Web: www.how-to-get-pregnant.in Email: dr.richa.katiyar@gmail.com
  3. 3. Who needs an HSG test • Every woman who experiences infertility should have her uterus and fallopian tubes evaluated. Dr. Richa Katiyar, Web: www.how-to-get-pregnant.in Email: dr.richa.katiyar@gmail.com
  4. 4. How is the HSG performed? • The test is done by inserting a catheter (tube) into the uterus and injecting a dye through the tube. An X-ray is taken to determine whether the dye passes through the open ends of the fallopian tubes. If the dye emerges from the end of the tubes, they are not blocked. If HSG is being done under Fluoroscopy, you will be able to watch on a TV screen as the dye fills the uterus and flows into the fallopian tubes. An X-ray is taken to determine whether the dye passes through the open ends of the fallopian tubes. After the HSG Test, there may be a small amount of spotting and/or menstrual-like cramping. After returning home, normal activities may be resumed. • The test may also reveal other fertility problems, such as fibroid tumors, structural abnormalities and endometrial polyps. In some cases, the dye actually clears away blockages in the fallopian tubes, and restores the woman's fertility. Dr. Richa Katiyar, Web: www.how-to-get-pregnant.in Email: dr.richa.katiyar@gmail.com
  5. 5. What is IVF? • IVF stands for in vitro fertilization. IVF refers to the process of achieving fertilization between the sperm and ovum in the laboratory under artificial conditions, and placement of the dividing zygote into the uterus of the mother. • In vitro literally means 'in glass' and with this form of assisted conception, fertilization takes place in a glass (or more commonly, plastic) dish in the laboratory. (At one early stage, scientists used test tubes for fertilization, hence the term "test tube baby".) IVF was originally devised to overcome infertility caused by blocked or absent fallopian tubes. Today, IVF is used to treat many more reproductive problems, including irregular ovulation, low sperm count or motility, and unexplained infertility. Dr. Richa Katiyar, Web: www.how-to-get-pregnant.in Email: dr.richa.katiyar@gmail.com
  6. 6. What is Mini-IVF/ Soft IVF • The Mini-IVF treatment is a holistic in vitro fertilization treatment, but it differs from Natural Cycle IVF in its use of a minimal amount of oral medication to stimulate the ovaries to produce the maximum amount of "quality" eggs your body can produce in one cycle. Dr. Richa Katiyar, Web: www.how-to-get-pregnant.in Email: dr.richa.katiyar@gmail.com
  7. 7. Common Causes of In fertility • Fibroids • Endometriosis • PCOS • Blocked Fallopian Tubes Dr. Richa Katiyar, Web: www.how-to-get-pregnant.in Email: dr.richa.katiyar@gmail.com
  8. 8. About Dr Richa Katiyar • MD (AIIMS), Gold Medalist • MBBS (SNMC) • Work Experience • La Femme, Fortis Hospital (2006- ) Rockland Hospital, Qutub Institutional Area (2004 to 2008) Indraprastha Apollo Medical Centre, VasantKunj, New Delhi (2005 to 2007) Flight Lt. RajanDhall, Fortis Hospital, VasantKunj (2009-) • Research • MD Thesis at AIIMS: Estimation of Feto Maternal hemorrhage after Chorionic Villus Sampling using KleihauerBetke test and rise in Maternal Serum Alpha feto protein • Kiel School of Gynaecological Endoscopy and Reproductive Medicine: Relation between 20-hour motility of sperm and fertilisation and pregnancy in IVF/ET, a retrospective study • Special Interests Infertility and Assisted Reproduction, Fetal Medicine, Minimally Invasive Surgery (Gynecological endoscopic/ laproscopic surgery) Dr. Richa Katiyar, Web: www.how-to-get-pregnant.in Email: dr.richa.katiyar@gmail.com

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