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Vaginismus Treatment: All You Need to Know

Vaginismus refers to a condition when muscles around your vagina get tensed up or contract involuntarily. The vagina is a part of the female reproductive system and connects the lower part of the uterus (cervix) with the outside of your body. These involuntary muscle spasms happen when something like a penis, a finger, a tampon, or a medical instrument tries to penetrate your vagina. These spasms can be mild or very painful.

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5 Ways Laparoscopic Surgery Can Help with Infertility

Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive despite having one year of unprotected, regular intercourse. Women may face infertility issues due to various reasons, including ovulation disorders, tubal infections, cervical and uterine complications, and endometriosis. In males, it is predominantly due to decreased sperm count or motility. With timely diagnosis and treatment, there is hope for couples who have infertility issues to still conceive.

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Social Egg Freezing: Benefits, Risks, and Other Considerations

What is social egg freezing?

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Social egg freezing is the process of obtaining the eggs of a healthy and fertile woman, followed by the freezing and preservation of these eggs to have a pregnancy later on in life, typically after 35 years when fertility potential decreases. Ideally, it is performed on women aged 25 to 35 to increase the likelihood of a future pregnancy. Egg freezing can be performed using slow-frozen or flash-frozen protocols; however, the latter method has been found to enhance oocyte survival after thawing and has been associated with an increase in pregnancy rates. It is, therefore, the recommended method of egg freezing as certified by the medical associations.

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5 Things You Need to Know About Endometriosis and Infertility

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Endometriosis is derived from the word “endometrium,” which is the uterine tissue. Endometriosis is a disorder in which tissue that resembles the lining of the uterus from the inside develops on the outside. Endometriosis causes the tissue lining the inside of the uterus to thicken, break down, and bleed during each period. However, new tissue growth on the uterine wall may retain blood, resulting in painful periods and pain while having intercourse. Therefore, endometriosis makes it harder for a woman to conceive.

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Know More about IVF

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Know More about IVF

Infertility continues to be a challenging issue among couples across the globe. Couples who aspire to have a happy family, have found their dreams unfulfilled due to the problem of infertility affecting, either the male or the female partner.

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Work From Home – A Ray of Hope for Patients seeking IVF Treatment

The demand for IVF treatment is gathering pace. This is because it has helped all those patients who were otherwise unable to conceive. The ultimate objective of IVF is to have a successful pregnancy and a healthy baby. However, today’s digitally driven and stressful corporate world has created a challenge for women who are looking to welcome Motherhood with the help of IVF treatmentHowever now there is a ray of hope as Work from Home is the new norm for most of the employees due to the current crisis caused by the pandemic.

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Fertility Care – It’s all about being in Good Hands

Life presents us with many choices. It’s the choices we make that determine our future. This is all the more evident in the healthcare sector these days where patients would like to have multiple opinions before going ahead with the medical treatment advised by the physicians relevant to their specific health issues. In other words, patients would like to meet multiple doctors and take their individual opinions. This is also referred to as doctor shopping.

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