Ovulation Induction In Mumbai
Ovulation induction is a hormonal therapy to stimulate egg development and ovulation. Typically, it is recommended for women who cannot ovulate on their own or have irregular ovulation. This process targets to induce more egg production contrary to a single egg produced in a natural ovulation cycle. The multiple eggs are retrieved from the fallopian tube, uterus and utilized in assisted reproduction techniques such as IVF, IUI, and ICSI.
When Is Ovulation Induction Recommended?
It is usually recommended to women who suffer:
However, women are not recommended ovulation induction in case of:
Steps For Ovulation Induction In Mumbai
Our process of ovulation Induction in Mumbai starts with a thorough diagnosis. Once the above conditions are confirmed, we start the procedure with the following steps:
Step 1 : Stimulation
The treatment starts at the beginning of your menstrual cycle. First, the fertility specialist prescribes ovulation medicines to encourage follicular growth containing eggs.
Step 2 : Monitor and Control of egg release
The follicular development of eggs needs time, which is closely monitored through scheduled ultrasound and blood tests. In this step, the quality and quantity of eggs production are controlled.
Step 3 : Egg release
A trigger injection called Human Chorionic Gonadotropin HCG is given to mature the eggs and aid its release from the fallopian wall.
Step 4 : Timed Intercourse or IUI
Next, a pelvic ultrasound is performed on ovulation days to calculate the time of egg release and determine appropriate days for sexual intercourse and maximize fertilization chances. Alternatively, the pregnancy can also be attained through IUI (Intra Uterine Insemination) in the same due course. IUI is an external process to inject healthy sperm inside the uterus for fertilization.
Step 4 : Pregnancy test
Your specialist will schedule a pregnancy test usually taken 15 to 16 days after ovulation to confirm results.
How Successful Is Ovulation Induction?
Typically, the chances are fairly 20 to 25 % per cycle which depends on various factors such as: