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Omya is one of the best IVF centre in Delhi. As the best IVF centre in Delhi we offer compassionate and empathetic care at every stage of your parenthood journey so that you and your partner are in the best frame of mind and body to deliver a healthy baby.
Most health insurance plans and policies don’t cover the cost of Assisted reproductive technology (ART) procedures such as IVF treatments. However, a few eminent insurance companies have now started to include IVF treatment to their clients. Furthermore, some of the insurance companies are offering cashless facilities to their clients for covering the maternity expenses of the first two children.
In other words, you may access health insurance plans and policies from these insurance providers to cover for diagnosis, hormone assessment, anesthesia, operation theatre expenses, etc. However, fertility drugs and medicines are usually not covered by health insurance companies.
The estimated cost of a single IVF cycle is generally between Rs. 90,000 to 1,75,000 though it may vary. This cost only includes the fertilisation process that is induced with the gametes of the couples. It doesn’t include any advanced or additional fertility treatments such as FET, PGS, ICSI, Laser Hatching, Embryo Glue and others.
The estimated success rate of IVF treatment is approximately 60 – 65 percent for women under the age of 35 years, 45-55 percent for women in the age group of 36-40 years, and 30-40 percent for women in the age group of 41-45 years or more.
As pioneers of IVF fertility in India, Omya Fertility has impeccable reputation and expertise spanning more than a decade. Below is a glance at our success rates for 4,500 frozen embryo transfers (FET) .
Till date, millions of healthy and happy babies have been born through IVF procedures across the globe. According to research and evidence, the risk of IVF babies with birth defects is the same as with normal deliveries.
You will generally be expected to visit the hospital around 4-6 times throughout your parenthood journey.
Embryos can be frozen for as long as 20 years. It is important to remember that the results are not impacted by the duration of freezing.
Ideally, the age criterion for donor selection is 21 to 29 years.
There are many factors that determine whether or not a patient is suitable for IVF treatment. The ideal candidates are those suffering from or diagnosed with:
• Low sperm count
• Low sperm motility
• Ovulation disorders
• Problems with the fallopian tubes or uterus
• Sperm unable to survive or penetrate in the cervical mucus
• Unexplained or other reproductive issues
• Multiple failed cycles of IUI
The process of in vitro fertilisation stimulation can last for 9 to 10 days. After the egg pickup the embryo(s) will be implanted between 2-5 days or the embryos may be frozen to be transferred next cycle . However, not every patient gets successful on their very first IVF attempt and it’s common for patients to go through multiple IVF cycles before they finally experience pregnancy.
The fertility specialist may recommend you to follow some guidelines to enhance your chances before and during the IVF process and into your pregnancy.
• Smoking: The fertility specialist will ask both partners to abstain from smoking or chewing tobacco for at least three months before they start an IVF cycle and before the induction of ovulation occurs. This is because the harmful effects of tobacco are known to be toxic and harmful for the fertility of a man and a woman’s eggs.
• Alcohol: Both partners in a relationship should abstain from alcohol at the outset of IVF treatment and until the pregnancy test, and till the birth of the child if pregnant.
• Medications: It is important for both the male and the female partner to fully disclose the use of any prescription or over-the-counter medications. This is simply because some medications may interfere with embryo transference, the prescribed fertility medication, etc. and some medications may not be safe to take before surgery.
• Supplements: Herbal, bodybuilding, and other supplements are completely prohibited during the IVF process.
Vigorous exercise: Intense physical activities such as weightlifting, running, or aerobics are prohibited during the stage of ovarian stimulation and until the pregnancy test, and until the birth of the child if pregnant.
There are some mild side effects like nausea, breast tenderness, vaginal discharge, mood swings, and Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS).
Sperms have a three-month lifecycle. Therefore, any changes you make such as stopping smoking, chewing tobacco, abstaining from alcohol or drugs use, making changes to your lifestyle, etc. will improve the overall quality of your sperms only after a period of three months. It is recommended that you should lead an active lifestyle and work out daily for about 30 to 45 minutes. You should also stay hydrated and have an uninterrupted sleep of about 7 to 9 hours every day. It is equally important to avoid stress and illicit medications. The use of supplements including Vitamin E, Zinc, Vitamin C, and Selenium is recommended. You should also take antioxidants and foods rich in vitamins and minerals.
Infertility can result in psychological and emotional distress. The long-term inability to conceive a child may evoke low self-confidence, self-acceptance, and self-esteem. Coping with the task of medical procedures and the uncertainties that are induced by infertility may lead to emotional upheaval for most couples. Some couples also experience anxiety, depression, stress, and feel incompetent. Some couples, especially women, may experience more stress and depression than their male counterparts.
Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) has revolutionised the concept of IVF and fertility treatments across the globe. It significantly increases the chances of pregnancy. However, you should have a detailed word with your fertility specialist to understand the pros and cons of ICSI and IVF procedures and what exactly you can expect by choosing them on your journey to parenthood.
The common causes of male fertility include age, exposure to radioactive chemicals, low sperm motility, abnormal sperm count, cancer, being overweight, a sedentary lifestyle, smoking, and drinking alcohol.
The common causes of female fertility include age, issues with the fallopian tubes or uterus, endometriosis, fibroids, unexplained infertility, ovulation problems, hormonal issues, being overweight, smoking, a sedentary lifestyle, drinking alcohol, and an unhealthy diet.
We neither support nor practice sex / gender selection during any kind of treatment including IVF. We strongly condemn sex / gender selection in any form of treatment.