Monday, 19 October 2015

Super-Speciality of Surrogacy and Infertility Treatments

Kiran Infertility Center has made outstanding progress in the Super-Speciality of Surrogacy and Infertility Treatments and is one of the most successful clinics in India offering Infertility Treatments and Surrogacy Program.

Why Surrogacy?
Surrogacy is when another woman carries a baby for a couple/ individual who are unable to conceive or carry a child themselves. This treatment is offered usually due to inability of Intended Mother/ Intended Parents to conceive or carry a child to term due to medical or other problems. Kiran Infertility Center fulfils your dream of having a child through Surrogacy in India for the couples who are unable to carry the child in their own womb.

Gestational Carrier
A woman uses her own egg, it is fertilized by her partner’s sperm and the embryo is placed inside the carrier’s uterus. At KIC we perform only gestational Surrogacy. Kiran Infertility Center or KIC is a reputed clinic in India with sound reputation of having affordable surrogacy and IVF programs. The amazing success rates of its surrogacy and IVF programs is attracting people the world over as the preferred destination for IVF and surrogacy services.

It is defined as not being able to get pregnant after one year of unprotected sex. You should consider making an appointment with a reproductive/Infertility specialist, if
  • You’re over age 35 and have been trying to conceive for at least six months
  • You menstruate irregularly or not at all
  • You have known fertility problems
  • You've been diagnosed with endometriosis or pelvic inflammatory disease
  • You've had more than one miscarriage
  • You've had prior cancer treatment

The Process of Conception

Ovulation– When a mature egg is released from the ovary, it is pushed down the Fallopian tube, and is available to be fertilized by sperm. Ovulation often happens around day 14 of a menstrual cycle, although the exact timing might vary among women or even from month to month.

Fertilization– Occurs when one sperm penetrates the egg, combining their genetic material. The sperm and egg each contain 23 chromosomes holding all of the information that determines your child’s sex and contributes to your child’s genetic make-up. Within 24 hours of fertilization, the egg, now called a zygote, divides into 2 cells. The number of cells doubles about every 12 hours as the zygote continues to move toward the uterus.

Implantation– About 3 days after fertilization, the zygote has become a ball of 32 cells. A few days later, it reaches the uterus as a ball of approximately 500 cells. On day 7 the zygote implants into the uterine wall.

We here at KIC through our Infertility and Surrogacy Program try to provide you a Single Window Solution for all your queries in your journey to Parenthood.

Phone no+91-99 4817 5768