overview

If you are facing difficulty conceiving a child, do not despair. Many couples who try to conceive are challenged by months and even years of disappointment. 1 out of 4 couples in India and about 7 million couples in the US face difficulty in conceiving. If you too face the same problem, you are not alone...

Having fertility issues does not mean you are infertile. There are usually complexities which involve more than one issue... complexities that require reproductive medical expertise.

you are in good hands

Moolchand is a leader in fertility treatments providing a range of options from basic diagnosis and treatment to the most advanced technology available. We have succeeded with patients who have failed elsewhere. Our success rate is among the highest globally.

Undergoing fertility treatment is a major decision. We aim to provide you and your partner with as much information as possible, both prior to the treatment and throughout the treatment cycle. Navigate through the many questions that you might have regarding possible fertility issues and treatment options in the following pages.

when to seek specialist's help

If you are under 35 years of age we recommend that you start to investigate your cause of infertility with our specialists after 12 months of trying to conceive.

If you are 35 years or older we recommend that you start to investigate your cause of infertility after 6 months of trying to conceive. Males over 40 years of age see an increased incidence of fertility problems and may get evaluated for fertility.

It is important for you to meet a gynaecologist or an andrologist to get yourself evaluated. An infertility evaluation starts with a thorough medical and physical examination. You may be required to undergo a few tests for accurate diagnosis.

what might be causing it?

Infertility is 40% due to female, 40% due to male and rest due to combination of male and female factors.

Common causes of infertility in women are:

  • Ovulation disorders such as Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
  • Premature ovarian failure
  • Poor egg quality
  • Quality of uterine lining (endometriosis)
  • Tubal blockage
  • Unexplained infertility

Common causes of infertility in men are:

  • Poor quality or quantity of sperm
  • Hormone disorders
  • Poor sperm motility or morphology
  • Obstruction and sexual dysfunction
  • Immunological disorders
are you facing?

failed IVF cycles

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inability to conceive

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unexplained infertility

Unexplained infertility is quite common. About 10% of couples,...