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Uterine Polyp

What is uterine polyp ? Uterine polyps are growth from the lining of uterus which enter into the uterine cavity. Why does it occur ? It occurs due to excessive growth of cells in the lining of the uterus[endometrium]due to harmone estrogen. How do you know whether you...

Endometriosis Treatment

Why endometriosis will create so much problem in cases of infertility? A. During normal menstruation all the endometrial tissue will come down through uterine cavity. But here it will go in opposite direction travel through fallopian tubes and gets deposited in tubes,...

Endometriosis and Infertility

What is Endometriosis? It is a condition in which tissue similar to the Endometrium the lining of the uterus grows outside the uterus. What are the most common symptoms of Endometriosis? Pain and infertility are the common symptoms. How common is Endometriosis ? 10%...

Tubal Infection

What is the relation of Tubal infection and Infertility? The normal function of Fallopian tube is to catch an egg each month as it is released from the ovary. The tubes are the meeting place for egg and sperm and the mechanism by which the fertilized egg travels to...

Weight loss

How does it help in improving chances of pregnancy? Obesity is a condition where there is a excess body fat resulting in a much higher ideal body weight The commonly use measure of obesity is the body mass index or BMI. The normal BMI for an Indian Adult is 23-25, is...

PCOS and Pregnancy

Q: Do PCO patients get pregnant? Is it easy or difficult? A: Yes, even though the infertility rate with polycystic ovaries is very high, with treatment there is improved chance of pregnancy .Sometimes it becomes unresponsive to drugs and small procedures like Leos....