IVF Treatments for Infertility

1 IN 6 INDIVIDUALS STRUGGLE WITH INFERTILITY

Mother’s Day celebrates the invaluable role of mothers worldwide. While many women embrace motherhood, infertility makes it a distant dream for some. Globally, according to WHO data, approximately 1 in 6 individuals grapple with infertility, affecting both men and women. However, in-vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments offer hope for those struggling to conceive.

Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General, WHO, emphasizes the need for wider access to fertility care, saying, “The high proportion of people affected shows the need to widen access to fertility care and ensure it’s prioritized in health research and policy. This ensures safe, effective, and affordable ways to achieve parenthood are available for those who seek it.”_

In India, infertility impacts 10-20% of couples seeking children, according to an ICMR study. However, IVF offers hope with a 35-40% success rate. This assisted reproductive technology enables external fertilization, increasing the chances of a successful pregnancy for those facing natural conception challenges.

Dr. Jyoti S Bali, Medical Director of Baby Soon Fertility & IVF Centre, speaks on the emotional impact of infertility and the role of IVF, stating, “Childlessness due to infertility deeply impacts the emotional and social well-being of individuals, especially women. Fortunately, advancements in IVF offer hope for childless women to achieve motherhood.”

Dr. Bali elaborates on Baby Soon’s approach, asserting, “We conduct infertility assessments and counselling to provide the best solutions and bring happiness to our patients’ lives. Our centre claims a remarkable 60% success rate through IVF, surpassing national averages. We take a personalized approach with tailored solutions for each patient, aiming to bring joy to families. We utilize assisted reproductive treatments (ART) for maximum success. With over 6,000 assisted conception cycles overseen worldwide, I employ a unique ART approach and address the emotional challenges associated with infertility.”

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