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‣ Laproscopy

In general, patients will seek advice from a fertility doctor after one year of trying unsuccessfully to get pregnant. The chances of a fertile couple conceiving a child in any given month (called the natural pregnancy rate) is around 20%; resulting in roughly ninety percent of couples becoming pregnant after one year of trying to conceive.

There are a number of factors involved in determining if a patient is suitable for IVF treatment. Appropriate candidates often include couples who may experience:

  • Low sperm counts
  • Endometriosis
  • Problems with the uterus or fallopian tubes
  • Ovulation disorders
  • Sperm unable to penetrate or survive in the cervical mucus
  • Other health or unexplained reproductive issues

The only way to know for sure if in vitro fertilization is right for you is to undergo a complete exam and consultation with Dr. Nitin Patel at Ganga IVF hospital.

Success rates with IVF vary with respect to one’s height, weight, infertility diagnosis, sperm count, and reproductive history, such as the previous number of pregnancies, miscarriages and births.

The in vitro fertilization process can last anywhere from four to six weeks prior to egg retrieval. The embryo(s) will then be implanted between two to five days afterwards. Not all patients are successful on their first IVF attempt; in fact, it’s not uncommon for patients to go through multiple IVF cycles before finally becoming pregnant.

IVF is a procedure that includes various stages. 

All the tests and ultrasounds that you undergo during this test are not included in this procedure though. The cost may differ depending upon the circumstances.

The best way to know exact cost of IVF treatment is to consult Dr. Nitin patel who is IVF specialist at Ganga IVF hospital bhavnagar.

The smaller incisions are less painful. As a result, we see a decreased need for pain medication, shorter recovery time and better cosmetic result. Patients are able to eat when they feel ready, and there is less internal scarring.

The risks are similar for laparoscopic, open and vaginal surgery. There is always a possibility that the surgeon cannot complete the procedure laparoscopically and a larger incision may be needed. This risk is small, as are the risks of bleeding, infection, damage to the bladder, bowel, blood vessels and ureters. With any surgery, there may be unforeseen risks and a potential, but exceedingly rare risk of death.

The day of surgery you will be asked to arrive early where you will meet members of our nursing and anesthesia staff. They will start your IV, and along with your surgeon, review the planned procedure and obtain your consent.

During surgery, pneumatic stockings are used to massage your legs and prevent blood clots. Depending on the procedure you are having, you may receive antibiotics to prevent infection or have a catheter placed after you are asleep.


Generally, you may experience any of these symptoms:

  • Nausea
  • Scratchy throat, if a breathing tube was placed
  • Uterine cramping
  • Shoulder pain from the gas used to see during laparoscopy
  • Feeling bloated or gassy
  • Vaginal bleeding or discharge (like a menses)

This is usually individualized based on the surgery and the patient. Most patients require pain medication for one week following surgery. It may be advised to avoid intercourse, baths, douching, strenuous exercise or heavy lifting (above 15 lbs.) for 4-6 weeks. Many patients choose to return to work at two weeks, provided their job is not physically strenuous. 

‣ Maternity

‣ Gyneacology

 checkup is the first step in planning a healthy pregnancy. The goal of this checkup is to find things that could affect your pregnancy. Identifying these things is important because the first 8 weeks of pregnancy is the time when major organs develop in a .

During this visit, you and your  or other  will talk about:

  • Your diet and lifestyle

  • Your medical and family history

  • Medications you take

  • Past pregnancies

Your ob-gyn or other obstetric care provider also will review your  history to be sure that you have had all the  that are recommended for your age group. You’ll also go over the risks of  and discuss how to protect yourself.

  • Your stage of pregnancy and due date
  • How many babies you’re carrying
  • Your baby’s heart rate and heart function
  • Your baby’s position inside the uterus such as head-down or breech
  • Certain birth defects or conditions such as Down syndrome
  • Your baby’s anatomy, movements and size
  • Reproductive growths in the mother such as ovarian cysts and uterine fibroids
  • The placenta’s location
  • The amount of amniotic fluid

Normal delivery process has the following three stages

  • Stage I is when the contractions in uterus cause opening and shortening of the cervix i.e. the mouth of the uterus. baby descending in birth canal
  • Stage II is when the  cervix is fully open and the baby descends down the birth canal. The mother pushes and gives birth to the baby.
  • Stage III is when delivery of placenta (i.e. the organ that supplies nutrients to the baby) occurs.

Preparation is much the same as for a vaginal birth — for example, you’ll need to pack a hospital bag and perhaps create a birth plan. Your physicians will also discuss pain management options with you ahead of time, and if it’s a scheduled c-section, you will need to fast the night before. Doctors will usually ask you to sign a consent form.

The medical practice that deals with the female reproductive system’s health, is referred to as gynecology. It is the branch of medicine focussing on diseases related to girls and women, especially the diagnosis and treatment of reproductive organs. Gynecology is also abbreviated as GYN

Gynecologists are doctors who specialize in the medical care of women, especially concerning female reproductive organs. They deal with issues such as pregnancy, menstruation, childbirth, hormone disorders, fertility disorders, etc. Mostly, gynecologists perform a pap smear test, using an instrument called a speculum, to detect any abnormalities in the reproductive system.

Obstetrics is the field of medicine specializing in pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period. The abbreviation of obstetrics is OB.

While gynecology deals with the medical care of women’s health issues, obstetrics is related to care during pregnancy, childbirth, and immediate post-delivery. An obstetrician performs the delivery of babies via vaginal birth and caesarean section. Gynecologist does the treatment of issues related to reproductive organs like vaginal or uterine infections, infertility issues, etc..

Obstetrician gynecologist, also referred to as OB/GYN or OB-GYN specializes both in obstetrics and gynecology. An OB GYN is a doctor who has expertise in both, treating diseases related to the female reproductive system and delivering babies. They are trained surgeons and perform a wide range of procedures, including removing cysts and fibroids, caesarean sections, surgery to repair injuries in pelvic organs, and many more. Regular ultrasounds, pap smear tests, infertility treatments, treating urinary issues, etc. are also performed by an OB/GY

‣ Infertility

Infertility is a disease of the reproductive system that impairs one of the body’s most basic functions: the conception of children…

In rough terms, about one-third of infertility cases can be attributed to male factors, and about one-third to factors that affect women. For the remaining one-third of infertile couples, infertility is caused by a combination of problems in both partners or, in about 20 percent of cases, is unexplained…

Couples are generally advised to seek medical help if they are unable to achieve pregnancy after a year of unprotected intercourse…

Most infertility cases — 85 to 90 percent — are treated with conventional therapies, such as drug treatment or surgical repair of reproductive organs.


n infertile couples where women have blocked or absent fallopian tubes, or where men have low sperm counts, in vitro fertilization (IVF) offers a chance at parenthood to couples who until recently would have had no hope of having a “biologically related” child….

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