In the normal development and functioning of the female reproductive organ, the endometrium plays a key role in menstruation as well as in pregnancy. The endometrial lining is a lining or a ‘wallpaper’ made up of tissues that layer the uterus and shed as the menstrual period every month
A Basic Introduction to Reproductive tract infections that can affect fertility
The reproductive tract refers to the reproductive system or the genital system of both internal and external organs in males and females. It is responsible for the survival of species and procreation.
23rd September 2020
What are the Side Effects of Endometriosis?
Endometriosis is a complex disorder in which tissues that normally form inside the uterus, are found outside it. In most cases, they are found over the fallopian tubes, ovaries, and the intestines.
18th September 2020
When is donor egg and sperm required to treat Infertility?
Infertility is a challenging condition in which a person may be struggling or is completely unable to achieve pregnancy. Statistically, around 8 -10 percent of couples worldwide suffer from infertility, which accounts for 60 – 80 million couples. In India, around 10-14 percent of couples face issues with infertility.
17th September 2020
Learn about the connection between Endometriosis and Infertility
Endometriosis is a painful and severe disorder where tissues of the endometrial lining (that are usually formed inside the uterus) are formed outside the uterine cavity. It is typically found over the fallopian tubes, intestines, and the ovaries. This results in severe pain in the abdomen, especially during menstruation.
3rd September 2020
Learn about the 4 different types of PCOS
PCOS is not a specific endocrine disease or disorder, but it is a syndrome complex of many signs and symptoms. A vicious triad of chronic increase in the male sex hormone, androgens, an increase in insulin levels, and altered central release of gonadotropin hormones is the core problem in PCOS
31st August 2020
A detailed view of the process of Cryopreservation
Cryopreservation ( known as freezing in lay terms ) is a procedure in which organs, embryos, tissues, cells or any such similar biological composes, are stored in liquid nitrogen at very low temperatures ( generally at -196°C).
26th August 2020