A Step-by-Step Guide on How to Prepare Your Body For A Healthy Pregnancy?

A Step-by-Step Guide on How to Prepare Your Body For A Healthy Pregnancy?

According to the Indian Society of Assisted Reproduction, around 27.4 million couples who are actively trying to conceive are suffering from infertility. Fortunately, with medical advancements and ART methods, infertility is no more treated as a curse in Indian society. It is a medical condition that can very much be cured by infertility treatment in Aurangabad and around the nation. As the say goes, “Prevention is better than Cure,” those couples who are planning to get pregnant should start preparing their body for healthy child delivery. In this blog, we will discuss how both men and women need to prepare themselves before experiencing parenthood. Step 1: Visit a gynecologist There are many things you need to figure out about your body to ensure the baby is delivered healthily. Visit your gynecologist will help you find the issues that may risk your pregnancy chances. Our gynecologist in Aurangabad will discuss the following aspects of your life: Medical and family history of both the partners Current health issues if any Daily routine, diet, and lifestyle Any supplements or precautions you have been taking in the past Your history of pregnancy (miscarriage, prior pregnancy, or complications) Mental health concerns Safety at home and work Step 2: Visit a dentist Most of the health issues are caused due to a lack of proper oral hygiene. Gum disease, tooth decay, or gingivitis will risk the woman and her future baby. Therefore, visit a dentist and restore your good oral health. Step 3: Get pre-pregnancy care Enroll yourself in a local Parenthood health centre, as there are many things you won’t be able to control...
Infertility Risk Factors

Infertility Risk Factors

Many people don’t give up on sedentary lifestyle until they start trying to have a baby naturally. Infertility indicates no signs or symptoms, but it pays to know all about the habits that could trigger infertility issues in both men and women.  Infertility is a painful journey, but knowing the alarming symptoms can take off this pain from the journey of your parenthood. At Endoworld, our infertility specialist in Aurangabad has listed the factors that affect both men and women. Infertility Risks in Men Men are equally responsible for causing infertility. Our male infertility clinic in Aurangabad examine, diagnose, and treat male patients who might have: A repaired hernia Testicles that haven’t descended Infected or inflamed prostate glands Alcohol, smoking, and tobacco usage Taking medicines for ulcers or psoriasis Cystic fibrosis Premature ejaculation or blockage in the testicles Overexposure to certain environments such as radiation, chemicals, and pesticides Enlarged veins in the testicles Undergone treatment for cancer Genetic issue Family history of suffering from infertility challenges Infertility Risks in Women Certain factors affect women at some age which jeopardize her future plannings of conceiving naturally. The factors include: Endometriosis Fallopian tube disease Chronic diseases such as diabetes, asthma, lupus, hypertension, and arthritis Multiple miscarriages Irregular periods since puberty Abnormally shaped uterus Polyps in the uterus Any leftover scar tissue from a surgery or pelvic infection Cysts or Uterine fibroids Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) One-third of male and female, individually are responsible for causing infertility. Also, in most of the cases, both male and female partner has some issue which causes infertility. There are also some instances of “Unexplained infertility”...
What Causes Male Infertility? How Can It Be Cured?

What Causes Male Infertility? How Can It Be Cured?

Past decades, fertility problems were associated with female partners, and the fertility treatments were mostly available only for women. But, today we all know that male partner can equally be responsible for lack of fertility in women. Good news is the modern advancements in Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) can help couples deal with this challenging situation. What is Male Infertility? Having a baby is a simple and natural experience. However, many couples find it difficult to conceive naturally and need to seek medical help. In a male, fertility depends on the quality and quantity of their sperm. In case the number of sperm count is low, or the person has erectile dysfunction, it will be difficult for both the couples to conceive a child. If you and your partner have been trying unprotected sex for at least 12 months, but there hasn’t been any chance of pregnancy, you must visit the best infertility clinic in Aurangabad. Cause of Male Infertility Male infertility can be associated with health problems that affect your sperm production. Obstructions and blockages in the tubes from testicles to penis can severely affect sperm ejaculation.   Few common causes of male infertility can also be such as: Infections or allergy that restricts sperm from entering inside the female vagina Hormonal disorders A previous injury that affected groin areas Past surgeries such as hernia repair or vasectomy STDs or urinary tract infections Exposed to harmful chemicals and radiation such as treatments of cancer   Fertility treatments for Male Infertility Having a baby is a simple and natural experience. However, many couples find it difficult to conceive naturally...
Is IVF Painful?

Is IVF Painful?

Every woman’s body functioning mechanism is different. Where some treatments might be entirely painless for a few women, the same procedure might be a reason for discomfort to some other women. As far as IVF is concerned whether it is painful or not, our test tube baby center in Aurangabad and similar IVF clinics believe that some steps in IVF treatment can be a reason of discomfort and pain. However, once the treatment results in pregnancy, the pain and discomfort will be worthy. Are you seeking IVF treatment? Are you in fear of bearing pain and discomfort after undergoing IVF? This article is then just for you. Continue reading to stages of IVF treatment and whether or not it is painful Hormonal Injections A woman is said to be infertile after she fails to ovulate. The first step towards IVF is injecting a dose of hormones to develop good quality eggs and stimulate them.   The procedure is typically carried away using a needle with small bores or hi-tech injectable pen devices. Most of the women report of mild discomfort and uneasy sensation but fades away very soon Egg Retrieval Process Another pain causing step can be the egg retrieval process where the eggs start ovulating and begin to enlarge. It is the time when your IVF specialist will recommend minimizing the dose of hormonal medicines. However, if you choose a well-renowned fertility center for test tube baby in Aurangabad, you can certainly skip the pain during this process. Under the expert guidance, there is no chance of overstimulation of eggs and strain associated with it. While Undergoing Egg...
Know Your  IVF Diet Plan To Increase Your Chances of a Successful IVF Procedure

Know Your IVF Diet Plan To Increase Your Chances of a Successful IVF Procedure

When you are trying for a baby, it is important you take note of your food intakes. Eating healthy food not just gives your baby a healthy start of a new life but also enhance your chances of conceiving and producing a healthy baby Whether you have conceived naturally or have undergone Infertility treatment, the diet chart will be suggesting in this blog applies to every mom-to-be. So, pen down these essential elements of food and add them to your healthy diet today. Add Carbohydrates to your Food Mostly every dietician and professional nutritionists suggest that consuming a substantial amount of carbohydrate in your diet will provide the required energy a woman’s body demands while being pregnant. IVF requires a lot of energy and to balance it you can add fruits and grains (wheat, legumes, oats, etc) in your diet on regular basis. Fiber Fiber is crucial for healthy bowels movement, especially for pregnant women. It helps to maintain blood sugar level and gives an adequate amount of amino acids necessary for building and repairing cells, manufacturing hormones, and overall reproductive functioning. Meals with loads of vegetables, cereals, nuts, seeds, and whole grains are rich in fiber. Folic acids The presence of folic acid is crucial in infertility IVF treatment as it helps the embryo grow healthy and eliminates the risk of developmental disorders. On a positive note, foods rich in folic acids are easily available and are cheap to afford. Foods such as green peas, broccoli, spinach, tofu, and poultry products are must-add food to your healthy diet. Fats Many of our patients mistake adding fat to their...
Do’s and Don’ts to Ensure a Healthy IVF Pregnancy

Do’s and Don’ts to Ensure a Healthy IVF Pregnancy

We often receive queries from childless couples regarding what infertility treatments will best suit them and how the results can be sooner. Often the couples are terrified due to ignorance on the do’s and don’ts post-embryo transfer. Our country’s most-accomplished doctors have been performing infertility treatment in Aurangabad since decades now and hence, we can totally relate to our patient’s sentimental values attached to their treatment procedures. Though IVF treatment is preferred by mostly every couple fighting infertility issues, there are still few precautions to be taken soon after the treatment for healthy outcomes. If a woman has undergone IVF for infertility, she needs to take some special care to enhance her chances of getting pregnant. Some of these precautions include Avoiding Heavy Exercises Unless your body is used to yoga exercises prior to IVF treatment, experts suggest on putting a hold on yoga exercises as it can strain the body and possibly could affect the embryo. Light exercises such as walking, Hatha yoga, and Ananda yoga are recommended for women after her embryo transfer. Avoid Intercourse Unless your body is used to yoga exercises prior to IVF treatment, experts suggest on putting a hold on yoga exercises as it can strain the body and possibly could affect the embryo. Light exercises such as walking, Hatha yoga, and Ananda yoga are recommended for women after her embryo transfer. Progesterone Intake Soon after the ovulation takes place, a woman needs to increase her progesterone intake. This hormone supports the woman’s body and helps in maintaining her pregnancy. Although the progesterone is naturally produced inside the body, doctors prescribe artificial progesterone...