The Malpani Infertility Clinic is a leading Infertility clinic in India that provides state-of-the-art IVF treatment at affordable prices in a comfortable atmosphere.
State-of-the-art IVF treatment at affordable prices in a comfortable atmosphere. Our equipment is state of the art and is sourced from all over the world.
We were voted as the best IVF clinic as regards value for money. Since we specialise in providing IVF treatment , we offer our patients the very best medical care – at affordable prices.
We adopt a success-oriented approach towards infertility. Instead of spending time, money and energy on diagnostic testing, it makes more sense to select treatment options which maximise the chances of getting pregnant.
We offer all the newest reproductive techniques, including IVF, ICSI, laser assisted hatching, embryo adoption, embryo freezing, egg donation, PGD , embryo biopsy, and blastocyst transfer. Our practise is restricted to treating infertile patients exclusively. Our equipment is state of the art and is sourced from all over the world.
We provide comprehensive IVF services , all under one roof, so patients don’t need to shuttle from clinic to lab to the scan centre. Our practise is restricted to treating infertile patients exclusively, and we were rated amongst India’s top 5 infertility clinics in a survey carried out by Outlook magazine in June 2002, which interviewed over 700 doctors all over India for their opinion. We were voted as the best IVF clinic as regards value for money. Since we specialise in providing IVF treatment , we offer our patients the very best medical care - at affordable prices. We are very cost effective, because we provide comprehensive services at a fixed price.
We adopt a success-oriented approach towards infertility. Instead of spending time, money and energy on diagnostic testing, it makes more sense to select treatment options which maximise the chances of getting pregnant. You should concentrate on treatment paths and action plans - the next step forward, rather than worry about diagnostic labels. We help you to formulate an action-plan which is designed to resolve their problem as cost-effectively as possible, making the most efficient use of time, money and energy. Our pregnancy success rates are very high, because we can transfer more embryos in difficult patients. We customise the number of embryos we transfer for each patient we treat.
Firstly, like traditional adoption, the couple who adopts the embryo has no genetic connection to it. In addition, embryo donation offers an altruistic use for surplus embryos, just like adoption meets the needs of both the adoptive family, and the unwanted child.
The pregnancy rate in our clinic, when we transfer 4 frozen-thawed embryos, is 45% per cycle. The reason for the high pregnancy rate is twofold. Firstly, these are often excellent quality embryos (it is usually because the parents have achieved a pregnancy with the fresh embryos, that they are willing to donate these frozen embryos to another couple).
Also, since we prepare the endometrium using hormones, the uterine receptivity to these embryos is usually very good.
Embryo adoption is an alternative for infertile couples who need egg or sperm donation. Also, families who cannot afford the huge fees needed for egg donation may prefer embryo adoption.
No, this is not surrogacy! In surrogacy, a woman carries a pregnancy for the benefit of the infertile couple.
In embryo adoption, the child that the couple carries is the child that they will parent.
The embryos for adoption in our clinic come from parents of Indian origin. These are healthy couples, who have utilized IVF to start their own families.
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Embryo adoption is the newest method of family-building, which combines assisted reproductive technology with adoption, so that instead of adopting a baby, infertile couples adopt an embryo.
When we perform IVF, young women often produce many eggs, and therefore, many embryos. The supernumerary embryos can be stored, and we do this by freezing them in liquid nitrogen at minus-196 degrees Celsius.
If the parents get pregnant, they often agree to donate their embryos to other infertile couples, to help them to start a family.
Embryo transfer is most often done on an outpatient basis. No anaesthesia is used, although some women may wish to have a mild sedative. The patient lies on a table or bed, usually with her feet in stirrups.. Using a vaginal speculum, the doctor exposes the cervix. One or more embryos suspended in a drop of culture medium are drawn into a transfer catheter, a long, thin sterile tube with a syringe on one end. Gently, the doctor guides the tip of the loaded catheter through the cervix and deposits the fluid containing the embryos into the uterine cavity. The procedure should be done with great care and usually takes between 10 and 20 minutes. Some doctors perform the transfer under ultrasound guidance, to ensure proper placement of the embryos in the uterine cavity. Most doctors advise a few hours of bed rest after the transfer.
Most clinics today transfer 2-3 good quality embryos on Day 2 or Day 3.
Embryos are graded according to their appearance and rate of cell-division and good quality embryos are those which have 4-8 cells, of equal size, with clear cytoplasm, and with few fragments. These are called Grade A embryos. Embryos with more fragments are assigned a lower grade, and they usually have a lower chance of implanting . However, the babies which result from these embryos are completely normal, if they do implant successfully.
Biologically , embryo adoption is exactly the same as a traditional adoption , in that the child and the parents have no genetic linkage. However , here the resemblance ends. Whereas with traditional adoption it is a child who is adopted after birth, in embryo adoption the infertile couple adopts an embryo before pregnancy.
However , the sad tragedy is that there are just not enough babies available for adoption. Not only is the demand for adopting babies increasing day by day as infertility becomes more prevalent , the supply of unwanted babies being put up for adoption by the mother has become drastically reduced
It is ironic that while the technology of contraception and abortion has reduced the availability of adoptable children, assisted reproductive technology now offers a new option to infertile couples. This is the option of embryo adoption.
There are many advantages to embryo adoption. There is no waiting list; and the infertile woman gets to experience the pleasure of pregnancy and birth. This obviously enhances bonding between the infertile couple and the child. Another major advantage is that there is no social stigmata involved ; and the couple does not need to get permission from family members or disapproving in-laws. Also , since these embryos are usually of high quality, the success rates are better than 50% per cycle. The only disadvantage is that the treatment can be quite expensive.
All the embryos have been vitrified, and they are all Day 5 ( blastocysts)
When we thaw them, we give you photos of your embryos before transferring them !
Read more at http://www.drmalpani.com/articles/blastocyst
You can see what blastocysts look like at www.drmalpani.com/blastocystimages
Embryo adoption costs US $ 5000 only. This is all-inclusive and includes all medication costs as well. As an alternative, you can ship the embryos to an IVF clinic of your own choice, in a dry shipper. These embryos will need to be hand-carried.
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