Success Stories of Our IVF Treatment in Mumbai
We are keen to share with you some of our infertility and IVF success stories, which showcase how our patients endured a struggling battle with hope, even during times of discouragement as part of their IVF journey. We share these real success stories of our patients knowing that many of you may empathize with the situation and realize that there is a solution for every problem.
This success story highlights the importance of Cytogenetics & Next Generation Sequencing in contemporary ART and shows how a good Cryotech Vitrification Program was the cornerstone of this case report.
Couple with non-consummation of marriage came to us with history of having done 3 cycles of IUI. 27 year old wife was investigated to have an AMH of 0.8 ng/mL.
Mrs L and Mr S had been trying for a baby without success for three years. They were diagnosed with unexplained infertility and underwent numerous tests and treatments over the period of these three years.
30 years old Mrs B underwent ICSI cycles with us for PCOS and Male Factor. Her first attempt was a conventional ICSI cycle where 2600 IU recFSH was used.
Mrs P and Mr B had been trying for a baby without success for five years. They were subjected to numerous tests and treatments over the period of these five years. During this time they underwent multiple cycles of planned relations and an artificial insemination cycle as well, sadly with no positive outcome.
Mrs. SD had suffered from abdominal tuberculosis at age of 22 years and was on antituberculosis treatment for over a period of 1 year. Her husband Mr. JD also had diabetes for over 5 years.
Mrs R was married since 10 years with bilateral hydrosalpinges, pelvic adhesions and tubercles & had taken treatment for pelvic tuberculosis. She had a laparoscopic delinking of both tubes, and an IVF cycle following that. She failed to conceive.
Mrs. S with Diabetes and Polycystic Ovarian syndrome with her husband having azoospermia, with a previously failed TESA-ICSI cycle came to us for her second TESA and ICSI.
Mrs K a 41 year old with diminished ovarian reserve [her AMH was 0.6 ng/mL] came to us for fertility care. She was advised to undergo a Donor Egg IVF.
Mrs B a 39 year old with a previous ectopic gestation and a miscarriage, came for IVF. She had dilated blocked tubes and a distorted uterine cavity on HSG.
Mrs G a 44 year old with multiple fibroids and a right ovarian cyst and intra uterine polyps, with diminished ovarian reserve (DOR) with 3 cycles of IUI done in the past came to us for a Donor Egg IVF. Her CA 125 was 15.
Mrs N a 38 year old with diminished ovarian reserve (DOR) and Hysteroscopic adhesiolysis done came to us for an IVF cycle.
Mrs. NG a 25 year old with PCOS with a laparoscopy done showing tuberculosis had taken AKT and undergone two IUI cycles. Her HSG showed a right terminal hydrosalpinx. A laparoscopy revealed a right hydrosalpinx, pelvic adhesions and a left dilated but patent tube.