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Fertility

Best Fertility Clinic in Chennai

There are various health concerns rapidly increasing every day due to changes in lifestyle, pollution and stress. And, one of the most prevalent issues is infertility, which refers to the inability to become pregnant after a specific period (one year of trying or six months if a woman is 35 or older). Women who are capable of conceiving but unable to maintain their pregnancy may also suffer infertility.

According to statistics, many women between the ages of 15 and 44 struggle to conceive and maintain pregnancies. Yet, continuous medical innovation coupled with technological advancements has provided solutions to almost every health concern. Likewise, there is also a solution for infertility now.

Best IVF Centre in Chennai

One of life's milestones is starting a family and for most men and women, the parenting path is trouble-free. Others, however, face the difficult reality of being unable to conceive. The good news is that infertility or the inability to conceive is a problem many couples can overcome with the correct diagnosis, medical treatments and procedures, and even a lifestyle change.

Cloudnine, the best fertility hospital in Chennai, helps couples to enjoy and experience the blessings of having their baby in their lives. Our high-quality customised infertility care, medical advice and solutions have proved beneficial for several patients.

Our skilled and certified IVF specialists in Chennai work directly with individuals or couples to provide a variety of reproductive options, including surgical sperm retrieval, intracytoplasmic sperm injection, blastocyst transfer, Intrauterine Insemination (IUI), and In-vitro Fertilisation (IVF).

IVF Treatments

Ovulation issues account for the majority of occurrences of female infertility. There are no eggs to be fertilised without ovulation. Menstrual cycles that are inconsistent or nonexistent are some indicators that a woman is not ovulating regularly. Men who have a varicocele, which occurs when their testicles contain too much or too little sperm, experience infertility.

Medicine, surgery, artificial insemination, and assisted reproductive technology are all possibilities for treating infertility. These therapies are frequently combined for optimum results. There are several therapies available for couples, including:

  • You or your partner may need surgery to restore specific reproductive system components. You could need surgery on your Fallopian tubes, for example, to make it easier for your eggs to travel from your ovaries to your uterus.
  • Controlled ovarian hyperstimulation
  • In-vitro fertilization (IVF)
  • Intracytoplasmic sperm injection

Two of the most common fertility treatments are:

  • Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) - When you are ovulating, healthy sperm is harvested and placed directly into your uterus.
  • In-vitro Fertilization (IVF) - Here, sperm and eggs from your ovaries are combined in a laboratory to form embryos. The embryos are then inserted into your uterus by a doctor.

IVF Specialist in Chennai

Finding the Best IVF Centre in Chennai can be a task. At Cloudnine, our patients receive social and psychological assistance from our fertility doctors and other professionals in the field. You can receive a customised fertility treatment plan from our team of dedicated and skilled infertility/IVF specialists. This specialised care greatly raises the likelihood of conception and pregnancy.

Our top-notch fertility therapy aids childless couples in realising their parental ambition. We are one of the top infertility clinics in India with a success rate of 40.87%, which is among the highest in the country.

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Doctors

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Dr. Sathya Balasubramanyam

Dr. Sathya Balasubramanyam

MD, DNB, FRCOG, MRCOG(UK), FNB(reproductive Medicine), Clinical Director
Fertility Specialist
Fertility
103
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Chennai
T Nagar
Dr. P. Surya

Dr. P. Surya

MBBS, DGO, FIARM, DRM, Dip. MAS, FMAS
Consultant – Reproductive Medicine
Gynaecology
Maternity
Fertility
90
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Chennai
Old Mahabalipuram Road
Dr. Deepa Neelakantan

Dr. Deepa Neelakantan

MBBS, DGO & MRCOG
Obstetrician & Gynecologist
Fertility
132
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Chennai
Old Mahabalipuram Road
Dr. Vanitha Shri R

Dr. Vanitha Shri R

MBBS, DNB (OG), Dip, Reproductive Medicine
Consultant – Reproductive Medicine
Fertility
244
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Chennai
Old Mahabalipuram Road
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Videos by our doctors

Recovery time after Surgical Sperm Retrieval | Dr. Sathya Balasubramanyam
"Surgical sperm retrieval is usually a very minor surgical procedure and procedures like PESA and TESA, that is percutaneous epididymal sperm aspiration and testicular aspiration are extremely minor procedures and the man is good go work even on the following day. However when we do open biopsies or Mico TESSA, the recovery time is a little bit longer and it takes about 3 to 4 days for him to get back to normal and go to work. So we recommend atleast a 3 day leave from work after the procedure"
Frequency of Surgical Sperm Retrieval Procedure | Dr. Sathya Balasubramanyam
"Microdissection TESA is a little invasive procedure and as I told before, there is a sight chance that there could be a long term reduction in the testosterone, which is a male hormone. So this might require him to take long term testosterone therapy. Fortunately this is a rarer complication that happens and about 5% of men who undergo this procedure. So given this long term complication, we wouldn’t like to do it twice or thrice in a lifetime and the interval between each of these procedure should be 6 months"
Techniques for Surgical Sperm Retrieval | Dr. Sathya Balasubramanyam
"The commonest technique is called as testicular aspiration, wherein we put a tiny needle after giving the anaesthesia to the patient and then a small amount of testicular tissue is removed and then looked under the microscope. There we identify the sperms and use those sperms for IVF or ICSI procedure. This is done in conditions where a man has no sperms in his ejaculate, but assumption is that this is due to obstructive case. Also it is done when the man is unable to produce the sample or if his sperm DNA fragmentation rates are very high. The other kind of Surgical sperm retrieval is called as PESA or percutaneous epididymal sperm aspiration. Here it is done only if he has an obstructive azoospermia and we take sperms directly from a structure behind the testis called as epididymis. Again a small tiny needle is used for the procedure. It is also again a day care procedure and we get better quality sperms than from the testis because sperms in the epididymis tend to be a little motile and we get better quality sperms. This is PESA or percutaneous epididymal sperm aspiration. The third kind of sperm retrieval procedure is called as a testicular biopsy also called as TESA. Testicular sperm extraction or TESA is done where we have a condition called as non-obstructive azoospermia where we think the cause of not having sperm in the semen is caused due to reduced production in the testis. Here we open up the testicle and then take a bit of tissue little more than what we get in a TESA or a PESA and then look at this tissue under the microscope to identify sperms and the most recent or the most modern way of doing this procedure is called as Microdissection TESA"
What is Microdissection TESE? | Dr. Sathya Balasubramanyam
"There is a condition of azoospermia called as non-obstructive azoospermia. Here we presume that the cause is because of failure of production or reduced production. In this kind of condition, we ask the man to do a couple of blood tests to find out of it is a genetic cause. These tests are called as karyotyping and Y chromosome microdeletion. Once these tests are normal and fine, we then go for this Microdissection testicular sperm extraction. The whole concept behind this Microdissection per se is that in non-obstructive azoospermia, there will be random areas where sperms will be produced in the testis. So if we take open biopsy randomly, we may miss the areas where the sperms are being produced. In microdissection, we open up and then using an operating microscope, identify those tubules that are more swollen and therefore more likely to have more sperms and selectively take those tubules for further magnification and search under the microscope. This helps to get a higher yield. It reduces overall damage to the testicular tissue and also helps in getting better success rate in terms of pregnancy"
Procedure of Surgical sperm retrieval | Dr. Sathya Balasubramanyam
"Surgical sperm retrieval is a process by which we are getting sperms by operating on an individual. Normally the sperms come out in the semen, but in some cases when there are no sperms in the semen, or the quality of the sperms in the semen is very poor, then we take the sperms directly for the tetsicle. So there are different ways of doing it. But altogether they are called as surgical sperm retrieval techniques"
Chances of Pregnancy with Surgical Sperm Retrieval | Dr. Sathya Balasubramanyam
"The success rate also depends on the quality off eggs of his wife, nature and the condition of the uterus. But given that all these three things are optimal , then the probability of getting pregnant or cycle is about 35% to 40% and if his wife produces plenty of eggs say about 15 or 20, then we should have about enough embryos to make, say 2 or 3 at times, by which time the probably cumulatively rises to about 80%"