Sagavkar Infertility Centre
Mrs Varsha Sagavkar
MD | DGO
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About Sagavkar Infertility Centre Our Hospital

Sagavkar Infertility Centre is a comprehensive, state-of-
the-art fertility practice unit



Welcome to Infertility with Dr Varsha S Sagavkar

We are a dedicated centre to address health needs pertaining to areas like
infertility Polycystic ovaries , Endometriosis , pelvic infections By using the
latest technique in diagnosis and treatment most of the conditions are
constantly treated

Dr Varsha Sagavkar is a infertility Specialty in Ichalkaranji Providing a
wide range of infertility treatment as well as in vitro Related procedure such as
IVF,ICSI. IUI.And many more .Her Continues innovation of new technique has
made her a pioneer in her field And it is recommended as one of the best
infertility Specialty In ichalkaranji



IVF outlook

In one sense, opening up human conception in vitrowas perhaps among the first examples of
applied sciencein modern "hi tech". Human IVF has sincespread throughout the world, with
apparently morethan 3.5 million babies born worldwide by 2008 - yetcLouise Brown is onlyjust
30 years of age. The needfor IVF and its derivatives is greater than ever, sinceup to10% of
couples may suffer from some form ofinfertility. Major advances in genetic technologiesnow
identify hundreds of genes in a single cell, and diagnosing genetic disease in embryos
promises to help avoid desperate genetic diseases in newborn
children. IVF has now combined closely with genetics, to eliminate disease or disability genes
or lengthen the life span. And IVF now reveals more and more about miracles preserved
in embryogenesis from flies and frogs to humankind, over 600 million years of evolution.

Why Choose Us.
  • Recognized one of the top infertility center in the region

  • High Success rates

  • Highly specialized in the treatment of the IVF failure

  • Affordable Ivf treatment Cost

  • Among our team of doctors trained reproductive Technologist, physicians, embryologists, and national leaders who have been recognized for their contributions to the field of reproductive medicine

  • We not only take care of patient but also provide a transparent environment for them to discuss the issues and choose independently the option suitable to them

  • A multidisciplinary approach is the core of our treatment and we believe in counselling at each step of the IVF programme

IUI

Intrauterine insemination (IUI) IS one of the simplest and most commonly performed
assisted conception methods that can be used to alleviate infertility in selected,
infertile couple.

It is performed by using a very thin catheter through the uterine cervix to inject
washed sperm directly into uterus.


Treatment

Follicular monitoring (Ovulation Study)
  • Semen Analysis

  • Laparohysteroscopy

  • Tubal canulation

  • Ovarian Cystectomy

  • PCOD drilling

  • Myomectomy

  • Septoplasty

  • Tuboplasty, IUI, IVF, ICSI,


ICSI - Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection


What is ICSI, and who is it suitable for?

ICSI - Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection - is a fertility technique where sperm are injected singly into each
egg. It is routinely offered to couples who do not have sufficient good quality sperm for IVF.

Fertilisation rates with conventional IVF may be reduced, or there may be no fertilisation at all, if:

  • Sperm count is too low

  • Sperm have low or slow motility

  • Sperm have a very high proportion of abnormal shapes

  • High levels of antisperm antibodies are present

ICSI is used to overcome these problems by carefully injecting each ripe egg with a single sperm picked up in a
very fine glass needle

Where testicular sperm is used in cases of failed vasectomy reversal, obstructive azoospermia, or other
causes, ICSI is necessary. Sperm retrieved surgically (by PESA or TESE) is usually immature and present
in insufficient quantities for standard IVF.

What happens during ICSI treatment?

From the patient's viewpoint, ICSI is much the same as IVF. It is what happens in the laboratory that differs
Eggs are retrieved as described on the IVF page of this site. A semen sample is produced by the male partner
(in most cases), and then both eggs and sperm are specially prepared for ICSI

Some hours after egg collection, each mature egg (generally at least 80% of those collected) is injected with a
single sperm under a high-powered microscope. We try to use sperm that are seen to be motile and normal in
shape.

Incubation

After the ICSI procedure the injected eggs are placed in an incubator and inspected the next morning to see
how many have fertilised. This is typically around 60% of those injected, similar to conventional IVF, although it
varies from case to case. More than 95% of couples having ICSI can expect at least some of their eggs to be
fertilised.

Following the fertilisation check, the early ICSI embryos are grown in the lab and used in exactly the same
manner as those from IVF.

Surgical sperm retrieval

For some men with no sperm in the ejaculate it is necessary to perform a surgical sperm retrieval before the
day of egg collection; our Surgical sperm retrieval web page has more information.

As ICSI is a delicate technique requiring specialist equipment and expertise, it costs more than straightforward
IVF.

ICSI success rates are very similar to those achieved with conventional IVF




Our Service
  • IUI

  • IVF

  • ICSI

  • Surrogacy

  • Embryo Donation

  • Egg Donation

  • Laparoscopy

  • Hysteroscopy




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