Infertility Treatment and Gynecology

Infertility Treatment and Gynecology

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Infertility Treatment and Gynecology

Infertility Treatment in Iran: Fertility treatments in Iran is at an outstanding level in the world. According to the research findings 1 out of 5 couples in Iran have fertility related problems and need medical care, so taking this into consideration Iran has made huge improvements throughout the years for finding the best treatment and cure for this problem. Evidently, recently the efforts of the doctors and scientist resulted in many successful pregnancy and childbirth.

Iran has many cases of curing infertility through using innovative ways of treatment, high-quality technology, one of a kind reproductive medicine, and low costs of the treatment (the average cost of the treatments in Iran is $3000). Iran currently has more than hundred clinics for fertilization, pregnancy, childbirth, sexually transmitted diseases, IVF, IVM, IMSI, ICSI, IUI, microscopic testicular sperm extraction (TESE), ovulation induction, PGD, PGS, egg donation, sperm donation, embryo donation, surrogacy, PCOS treatment, etc.

We offer our Fertility treatment package with best service, VIP hospitals for your comfort and experienced doctors all approved by the medical university of Iran.

 

 

 

How is Infertility Diagnosed

 

As for the first step your doctor needs to go through your medical and health history, sexual history (the frequency of you having sex), have a pelvic exam, blood test, ultrasounds from ovaries and uterus, an X-ray for checking the uterus and fallopian, and physical exam like sperm analysis (analyzing the number of sperm, movement, and the shape) for men.

It has been known that 80% of couples` reason of infertility is an ovulation problem, blockage of the fallopian tubes, or a problem in sperm. Also, only 5%-15% of the cases` cause is unknown.

 

 

 

Reasons for Infertility in Men:

 

Having low sperm count or no sperm in your semen

Having low sperm mobility in which your sperm doesn`t move well as expected

Having abnormal sperm formation

Having your sperm ducts blocked

Drinking and smoking can affect the count of your sperm

Men above the age of 40 have lower chance of fertility

Because of injury in the testicles, being hot for too long, or being in contact with chemicals, your sperm count can drop and this can cause temporary infertility.

 

 

 

Reasons for Infertility in Women:

 

The most common reason for female infertility is that she doesn`t release an egg from an ovary (Polycystic ovary syndrome).

Another reason can be the problems with fallopian tubes, the tubes carry the eggs from ovary to the uterus, get blocked by scar tissue because of an infection or endometriosis (the growth of uterus lining tissue outside of the womb)

Women who are overweight or underweight and are smoking can have infertility problems.

Above the age of 35 fertility chances can get low and after the age of 45 getting pregnant can be rare.

 

 

 

Men Infertility Treatment

 

In the case that the cause is a varicoele (having wide veins in the scrotum) or having a blockage in the vas defense (the tubes that carry sperm), Surgery is the best option.

For treating the infection in the reproductive organs, Antibiotics can be used.

For treating difficulties in having erections or ejaculation, Medications or Consulting can be the answer.

For balancing low or high level of specific hormones your doctor can prescribe, Hormone Treatments.

 

 

 

Women Infertility Treatment

 

For helping women with ovulation or restoring the level of hormones, Fertility and Hormone Drugs can be effective.

For removing the tissue which is blocking fertility or for opening the blocked fallopian tubes, Surgery can be the best available option.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other way for treating the infertility is Assisted Reproductive Technology or ART that includes these types:

 

IUI (Intrauterine Insemination): in the time that the patient is ovulating, sperm gets collected and inserted inside the patient`s uterus.

 

IVF (In vitro fertilization): first the sperm and egg get collected and combined together in a laboratory, then they let the egg to grow for 3 to 5 days. Afterwards, the embryo gets inserted inside the patient`s uterus.

 

GIFT (Gamete intrafallopian transfer) and ZIFT (Zygote intrafallopian transfer): after having the sperm and egg collected, it gets placed inside a fallopian tube. With using GIFT both of egg and sperm get placed in fallopian tube, and with ZIFT after the sperm and egg combined, the fertilized egg gets placed in the tube at 24 hours.

 

Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI): is the method used for male identified infertility. In this procedure, a mature egg is chosen then a single sperm gets injected to it.

 

 

 

What are the risks factors in having fertilizing procedures?

Weight, age, endometriosis, smoking, alcohol, sexually transmitted diseases, and tubal disease.
The eggs and embryos can be frozen for years and there is no limitation for time and at your desired time you can thaw your egg and utilize it for getting pregnant.
Both men and women can have infertility problems and about 35% of the cases with infertility a male factor is identified along with a female factor, about 8% of the cases only the male is the identifiable cause of infertility.
If you are above 35, 6 months of trying and if you are younger than 35, you should give it at least 1 year and if pregnancy doesn`t happen you should see a doctor. Some factors that can increase your risk of being an infertile are: Severe painful periods Having more than one miscarriage Endometriosis (the growth of the lining uterus tissue outside of the womb) Having irregular periods or no menstrual periods Having Pelvic inflammatory disease
Different factors can affect the success rate such as the diagnosing of the infertility, the age of the patient (the most important one), the hospital or the clinic that the procedure is done. 31% in women younger than 35 years. 24% in women aged 35 to 37 years. 16% in women aged 38 to 40 years. 8% in women aged 41 to 42 years. 3% in women aged 43 to 44 years. 3% in women older than 44 years of age.
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