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PriBBGoM Test Tube Baby Centre & Infertility Hospital

We are one of the leading IVF Clinic with own Surrogacy Centre.

Established in 2012 and named “PriBBGoM” (Prinicipal BB Goyal Memorial) a premiere Infertility center, we have had the privilege of delivering over a hundreds of beautiful, healthy babies under our roof! Parent Organisation NGO named “Indian Society for Sustainable Development, Alwar” founded “PriBBGoM Test Tube Baby Centre & Infertility Hospital, Alwar” in response to the needs of poor infertile patient community, and realising that even nature sometimes needs a little help.

We offer a comprehensive range of fertility services, and follow the most scientific and modern practices in fertility medicine, including IUI, IVF Treatment, ICSI, IMSI, and PESA, MESA, TESA, BLASTOCYST HATCHING etc.

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 The Fertility Centre brings together a team of highly experienced fertility specialists, nurses and scientists to provide affordable fertility treatment which gives you the best chance of having a baby.

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As the first low-cost, simplified IVF treatment model in the state. We report results in a way that gives you the most realistic understanding of your chance of taking home a baby.

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Treatments And Services

We are experts in our field and provide a full range of fertility treatments – not just IVF. These treatments are available for couples experiencing male and/ or female infertility and for all couples experiencing difficulties achieving a pregnancy.

Investigating InfertilityWhen a couple has been unsuccessful in achieving pregnancy after one year of unprotected intercourse, both partners need to go through a comprehensive physical and medical assessment. Tests for female Infertility and a semen analysis should start immediately. Because male factors account for approximately 50% of all infertility cases, it is important to examine both partners for possible infertility issues.

Ideally, you will have already begun tracking your ovulation through fertility awareness or a fertility monitor. This will provide your reproductive specialists with valuable information about your ovulation. Usually the first question regarding female fertility is whether you are ovulating or not. The first test performed by your fertility specialists involves measuring your Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) and Luteinizing Hormone (LH) to establish a baseline. This is performed on the third day of your menstrual cycle. This test is performed during your first visit.

Fertility-Enhancing Laparoscopic SurgeryLaparoscopic surgery is an advanced and specialized technique that helps in the treatment of abnormalities causing Infertility. The recent advances in endoscopic surgical techniques have offered a new operative technology for gynecological surgeons. Laparoscopy helps to diagnose and manage many gynecologic conditions that may affect spontaneous pregnancy. It has become integral part of gynecology surgery to diagnose and treat pelvic and abdominal disorders of the female reproductive system.

If a patient has faced several IVF failures and is in the stage of 3rd or 4th IVF cycle, then this surgery is usually considered by surgeons. Laparoscopic surgery is a minimally invasive surgery which has been augmented by specialized tools for decades. Surgeons use several small incisions, each known as a port, to access the abdomen. A special camera known as Laparoscopic is passed through these incisions and it helps in transmitting the images from abdominal cavity to a high-resolution monitor from which surgeon can easily view the clear and detailed images of abdomen on the monitor.

Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is a common Infertility treatment available to deal with male infertility issues related to sperm count and sperm motility. It is used as a part of In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) to enhance its success rate and to help you and your partner conceive a child.

It is the most successful and recommended form of treatment for infertile males in which a single sperm is injected into the mature eggs obtained through IVF procedure and then fertilised egg is again transferred into the woman’s uterus. This treatment process mainly helps those couples where men’s sperm are the primary cause of Infertility.

Treatment starts with the sperm collection. Your partner needs to produce sperm for semen analysis and if he cannot produce enough sperm, then doctors surgically remove sperm through a small incision from testicles. After semen analysis, the fast moving or healthy sperm is injected directly into your egg that has been collected during the IVF procedure and is kept under expert embryologist supervision till it converts into an embryo. The embryos collected may be transferred two or three days after the fertilization when it will be at its blastocyst stage. Usually one cycle of ICSI takes three to six weeks to complete. ICSI is a very successful procedure to treat male infertility. However, the success factors are the same as in IVF, such as age and other health problems.

Embryo freezing is relatively a new technique which is used as a part of the IVF treatment. Embryo freezing offers the opportunity for couples to conceive more than once from a single IVF procedure. During the IVF procedure, fertility drugs are recommended by doctors to stimulate the production of eggs. This usually results in more eggs than required. A couple can choose to store their embryos for future use, should they decide to conceive again without going through the ovum pick up, and In Vitro Fertilization steps of the process. If they later decide not to use the embryos, they may elect to donate them to other couples.

The process of embryo freezing is very simple. The unused embryos are frozen and stored in the tank of liquid nitrogen at -196 degrees Celsius. During the freezing process, a liquid called cryoprotectant is added to protect the embryos. It is not necessary that all embryos will survive the thawing process. Therefore, for the next cycle, your doctor will advise you to have more embryos thawed than need to be transferred.

Laser HatchingDuring the IVF procedure, the surrounding shell of the embryos hardens when it is cultured or treated in a laboratory. At blastocyst stage of embryos, it needs to escape from zona pellucida (a soft outer shell on human embryos). The Laser Hatching is used to make a small hole in the zona using a laser. It is an additional IVF lab technique, specially designed to enhance the pregnancy rate.

The laser hatching technique enables implantation into the uterus and increases the chances of pregnancy. Especially in the case of older women, where the zona tends to be thickened and in women who faced IVF failure previously, this hatching technique is very useful.

There is no evidence that laser hatching technique will harm your embryo in any way. The technique is not known to increase the risk of IVF. However, before requesting laser assisted hatching, please ask your doctor to explain its function and benefits.

Laser assisted hatching is a procedure in which the zona (shell) of the embryo is opened using the techniques of Micromanipulation. This facilitates its hatching in the uterus and improves implantation and pregnancy rates. Assisted hatching is useful in older women where the zona tends to be thickened and in women who have tried IVF previously, unsuccessfully.

Blastocyst CultureBlastocyst culture is an advanced technique to increase the IVF pregnancy rate and decrease the multiple pregnancy rates. Normally after the egg retrieval process, fertilized eggs may convert into embryos after three or four days in IVF laboratory and it is common to transfer three or four embryos at a time which may sometimes results in multiple pregnancies.

With the help of advanced biological science and research, now it is possible to grow embryos to their blastocyst stage in the laboratory. This stage occurs on the fifth day or sixth day after the retrieval process.

Typically a blastocyst is a highly developed embryo which have divided several times and almost ready to implant into the uterus, once transferred. The survival period of each embryo is approximately three days and after that it must achieve its own genes to survive, which is not possible for all embryos. About one- third embryos reach the blastocyst stage which is highly developed and has a higher rate of implantation. The blastocyst culture technique helps the embryologist to choose fewer stronger and healthier embryo that has higher capability to achieve pregnancy and thus reduces the chances of multiple pregnancies.

Blastocyst culture is not beneficial for all IVF patients and is successful for those who are younger and have a larger number of eggs at the time of the retrieval process. It is advisable to consult your doctor whether this technique is for you or not.

A Blastocyst is an embryo that has developed for five to seven days after fertilization and has developed 2 distinct cell types and a central cavity filled with fluid (blastocoel cavity). The cleavage stage (prior to day 4) human embryo undergoes compaction and develops to the compacting morula stage by about day 4. Usually by 24 hours after compacting into the morula, the embryo begins to develop a fluid filled cavity. The embryo then fits the definition of an early blastocyst.

Oocyte FreezingOocyte freezing and egg cryopreservation is a recommended for women under age of 35 years in order to preserve their ability to have a baby later in life. Many women elect to wait till later in life to have a baby. However, the bodies ability to produce healthy eggs diminishes over time. Cryopreservation offers the ability to preserve healthy eggs which can be used to form embryos and subsequently achieve pregnancy later in life. The procedure is similar to IVF as the woman is stimulated with fertility drugs to increase the number of oocytes produced. Eggs are retrieved and frozen in the lab.

These frozen oocytes or eggs can be used later in life to achieve a later age pregnancy when you’re ready, through the IVF process. In a sense, the oocyte freezing technique freezes the biological clock.

At PriBBGoM Test Tube Baby Centre & Infertility Hospital we offer comprehensive freezing programs for oocyte, sperm or embryo freezing. As this subject is complex, it is better to discuss it in detail with one of our specialists. As always, we’re available for information, advice and support.

Egg DonationEgg donation involves fertilization using another woman’s ovum (egg), for fertilization and subsequent implantation. It is suitable for women who are unable to produce suitable eggs.

The process involves a woman who is able to produce number of healthy eggs to donate them to help infertile couples. Typically, women produce several eggs during their menstrual cycle. The eggs can be harvested and the fully mature ones selected for egg donation.

The process is beneficial for those women who have absence of ovaries and are not able to produce healthy eggs normally or even after using fertility drugs. Every woman is not eligible to donate her eggs as there are some standard criteria designed for legal reasons and to make it safe for donors as well as for recipients. Those women who have history of cancer, heart diseases and genetic problems are not permitted to donate their eggs. General physician check-up is necessary to select good and healthy egg donors. The check up includes blood sugar, BP, HIV, HbsAg, and other essential tests.

During the process, doctors prescribe fertility drugs to stimulate the egg production and their development is monitored with the help of ultrasound scanning. At the same time, hormone levels in the blood are monitored. At the right time, and with the help of a fine needle that is passed through the vagina, each egg is removed safely. The whole process is done under general anaesthesia.


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