A New Life Begins with IVF Treatment Nepal

IVF in Nepal is a procedure which involves the fertilization of eggs outside the women body and this can be performed by using your own eggs and sperms or donor egg and sperms or can be done by using both. After the collection of eggs and sperms, they kept in the laboratory for development. Once the embryo reaches its blastocyst stage which is day 5 then it will transfer into your womb in order to achieve the successful pregnancy.

The fertility expert in Nepal offers the affordable IVF Treatment Nepal by using the latest and modern technology which can increase your chances of pregnancy, however, before you begin your IVF Treatment Nepal, you and your partner need to complete and sign the various consent forms. Your fertility expert will advise you and your partner for some blood test to screen for HIV, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, ultrasound etc. before your IVF Treatment Nepal begins.

To whom IVF Treatment Nepal recommended

The IVF Treatment Nepal recommended to the couples with the following conditions:

  • Blocked fallopian tubes
  • Failed ovaries
  • Diagnosed with unexplained infertility
  • Repeated history of miscarriages
  • Other techniques such as fertility drugs or intrauterine insemination (IUI) have not been successful.
  • Male partner infertility
  • Any previous history of genetic disorder

Procedure of IVF in Nepal

The IVF in Nepal procedure consists of the following stages:

  1. a) Suppression of Monthly cycle: This is the first step of IVF in Nepal where your fertility expert will suppress your natural monthly cycle by giving you the medication for about two weeks and you can do this at your home by taking the medicines in the form of injections as well.
  2. b) Boost the egg supply: This is the step where your fertility expert will give you the gonadotropin injection for about 12 days to increase the number of eggs you produced.
  3. c) Monitoring progress: By using the ultrasound your fertility expert will regularly keep a check on the progress of the developing eggs throughout the process. Your fertility expert will give you the human chorionic gonadotropin injection which matures your eggs between 34 and 38 hours before the collection of your eggs.
  4. d) Egg collection: The eggs will be collected by using the hollow needle followed by ultrasound guidance and after that your fertility expert will advise you to take proper rest. You may feel some discomfort after your eggs are collected. Your fertility expert will give you some medicines to relief the pain.
  5. e) Egg fertilization: The next step of IVF in Nepal after the egg collection is the egg fertilization where your eggs are fertilized with your partner’s sperm or donor sperm. The fertilized egg then will grow in the laboratory for up to six days. Once the embryo grows your embryologist will choose the best embryo to transfer in your womb.
  6. f) Embryo transfer: The last and the final step of IVF in Nepal is the embryo transfer where your embryologist will transfer the best chosen one or two embryos into your womb to achieve the successful pregnancy. Due to the defect of multiple births the transfer of the embryos is restricted to one or two only.

After the procedure completed your fertility expert will advise you to take rest and after two weeks of embryo transfer, they will conduct a pregnancy test. If successful pregnancy establishes then it will work as normal or if not then you need to repeat the cycle again.

Fertility Clinic in Nepal – To fight against Infertility

Couples when decide to bring a new life into this world for this they have to be very cautious while choosing the fertility clinic. The Fertility Clinic in Nepal gives them all under one roof e.g. the best fertility expert who can increase the chances of pregnancy by using the latest and modern technology, best embryologist who know what’s the best time to transfer the embryo, world-class infrastructure and environment around the people who are undergoing the fertility treatment, success rate of take home baby, waiting time is not much if you are using egg or sperm donor in your treatment and the affordable cost of the fertility treatment.

The fertility experts including other staff members at Fertility Clinic in Nepal promise to their patients that they will wipe their all tears which they are facing due to infertility issues and give them a reason to smile and to live their parenthood happily.

At Fertility Clinic in Nepal, we offer both male and female infertility treatment. For male members who are dealing with the infertility issues such as low or poor sperm count, abnormal shape of semen; sperms are not present in semen etc. For females who are dealing with the infertility issues such as failed ovaries, blocked fallopian tubes, repeated miscarriages etc.

Treatments available at Fertility Clinic in Nepal

Following are the infertility treatment options available at Fertility Clinic in Nepal:

  • Intra Uterine Insemination (IUI): IUI is a laboratory procedure which separates the fast moving sperm from non-moving sperm. It can be performed with your partner’s sperm or sperm donor which is known as donor insemination.
  • In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF): IVF is a procedure which involves the fertilization of eggs outside the women body. This procedure can be performed by using your own eggs and sperms or donor eggs and sperms, or both.
  • IVF with ICSI: IVF with ICSI is a procedure in which the single sperm is directly injected into an egg for fertilization and it is similar as IVF. ICSI along with IVF achieved the highest success rate and are no longer presented separately.
  • Egg collection & Embryo Transfer: Eggs are retrieved from women ovaries when it gets matured and the eggs and sperms are kept in the laboratory for about 4 hours after the egg retrieval. When the embryo reaches its blastocyst stage which is day 5 then your embryologist will transfer one or more embryo into your uterus in order to achieve the successful pregnancy.
  • Laser Assisted Hatching: This is a procedure which is used to help the embryo to hatch out from its zona pellucida and promote implantation in the wall of uterine after the transfer of the embryo.
  • Egg Donation: This is a procedure where young, healthy and fertile women between the age group of 21 to 28 years donate their eggs to help other women who are unable to get pregnant with their own eggs.
  • Surrogate Mothers: Fertility Clinic in Nepal offers the surrogate mothers between the age group of 23 to 40 years, preferably married women with kids to carry the baby for other women who are unable to carry the pregnancy in her womb due to some medical conditions.

Success Rate of Fertility Clinic in Nepal

The success rate of taking the home baby at Fertility Clinic in Nepal is around 75 to 85% which is quite high as compared with the success rate of other developed countries and at a reasonable cost.

The myths of Sperm Donation

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Sperm donation typically involves the provision of sperm by a healthy heterosexual man to a sperm bank or fertility clinic for the purpose of artificially inseminating a woman who is not his sexual partner. Most recipients of donor sperm are heterosexual couples dealing with male infertility, lesbian couples and single women. Sperm donors get paid for their samples, but there are numerous qualifications to meet before a sperm bank or fertility clinic accepts the donor as a client.

Bring sperm donation up in conversation and it will almost certainly be met by sniggers. You can almost see the mental image forming in the person’s head : overweight, sweaty perverts in a grubby room somewhere. It’s not like that at all. Whatever the individual sperm donor’s sexual predilection may be, it has nothing to do with why they’re donating. We’re donating because we want to help. Some of us have personal reasons.

Basically there are three kinds of people who are looking out for your sperm.
1. Straight Couples Facing Infertility – If a married couple is not able to procreate because of infertility or other medical reasons then they look out for sperm donors.
2. Single Women – Second category is of single women. These women don’t want to get married but they want to experience parenthood so they seek sperm donors.
3. Lesbians Couples – The third interesting group of people that seek sperm donors are lesbians couples. Two women are married to each other and they want a baby then they look for sperm donors.

You may undergo some test before donating sperm. You should be free of diseases. You’ll also have to provide details about your family members. Your lifestyle will also be analyzed. The authorities will check your family history for chronic and genetic diseases. In case you are likely to have an inherited disease, you’ll be rejected. You will be given a request form for your tests. These tests are required as part of the routine screening process necessary to donate sperm. You will need to get the tests completed so the results are available at your medical check-up. You are also required to provide urine samples throughout the donation process. Any results from your medical check-up and blood tests will be given to you by your specialist or fertility coordinator.

The required tests are:

Donor: HIV, hepatitis B and C, syphilis, Human T-lymphotropic Virus (HTLV) 1+2, cytomegalovirus (CMV), cystic fibrosis, karyotype, blood group, Fragile X syndrome (FXS), spinal muscular atrophy, thrombophilia and full blood count.
Urine testing: chlamydia and gonorrhoea.
Semen tests: M/C/S.
Donor partner: HIV, hepatitis B and C, syphilis, HTLV 1+2 and CMV.

Clinics and donors alike are essentially standing for personal choice. The Success rate of the pregnancy by using sperm donation is depending on the many factors like age and health of the recipient. The success rate also depends on the donor sperm count if the sperm count is good chances of getting pregnant are more.

The Infertility Voice

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Infertility can be a lonely place. It’s hard to find others in your “real life” who are living this experience, but fortunately there are many couples those are facing same infertility problem. If you’ve ever felt silenced, lost or even shamed as you struggled to gain your bearings in the complicated world of infertility, this blog will help you to understand what exactly infertility is ?
Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive or carry a pregnancy to term after 12 months of trying to conceive.  If you are over the age of 35, the time of trying to conceive is reduced to 6 months. Infertility is a disease that results in the abnormal functioning of the male or female reproductive system. If you are trying to have a baby and it is not happening as quickly as you expected, you may wonder if you have an infertility issue.
Infertility may be due to physiological factors present in the both man and women. Infertility problem is not only related to the woman but it is related to both men and women. There are many infertility tests that can be taken to identify the cause of the problem. Some infertile couples have more than one cause of their infertility. Your doctor will usually begin a comprehensive infertility examination of both you and your partner.
A fertility specialist can speak to you about the recommended course of action based on your unique medical history and fertility situation. It is important to note that every couple’s fertility situation is different. Infertility is not an uncommon issue and regardless of age, couples are encouraged to seek help sooner rather than later. Starting early and getting the right advice and guidance will put you back in control and on the path to achieving your dream of having a baby.

Couples seeking fertility treatment often prefer to start with intrauterine insemination (IUI), which is seen as a less invasive and less intrusive procedure than in vitro fertilization (IVF). Simply put, IUI involves the insertion of a prepared sperm directly into the woman’s uterus close to the time of ovulation and during the fertile window. IVF has become, generally only one embryo needs to be transferred to achieve a successful pregnancy. In special circumstances, the couple and their doctor may decide to transfer two embryos into the uterus but either way they do not have to leave it to fate as they would when seeing how many eggs will be fertilized during IUI. If excess embryos result from an IVF cycle, these are frozen so further treatment can be achieved through the use of these “younger embryos” when the woman is older.
Although IVF treatment is widely considered to be a less costly fertility treatment option, the costs can add up if multiple IUI cycles are needed. Sometimes, a couple may have to undergo three or four IUI cycles to achieve the same success rate as a single cycle of IVF.


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Surrogacy is the second name of god for those couples who are infertile. Surrogacy process requires two parties, one intended parent who want to have a child and other is a surrogate, who is willing to help them to complete their family. A woman carries and gives birth to a baby for the couple who want to have a child. In the surrogacy, the woman gets paid off by the couples. Once the couple found a surrogate, they can begin the medical proceedings for which they need to sign a legal agreement in which rights of surrogate and intended parent is clearly available and have some rules or laws that need to be followed during the whole procedure by both the parties. The legal process is also tricky because it varies from state to state. You may want to think about surrogacy if you tried but couldn’t get pregnant with a variety of assisted-reproduction techniques, such as IVF. Surrogates have also made parenthood an option for people who might not be able to adopt a child, perhaps because of their age or marital status.

There are two types of surrogate mother

Traditional Surrogate: Traditional surrogacy is the simplest and least expensive form of surrogacy. The surrogate mother uses an insemination kit to become pregnant using the intended father’s semen. She then carries the baby and delivers the child. A traditional surrogate is the baby’s biological mother.
Gestational surrogates: A technique called “in vitro fertilization” (IVF) now makes it possible to gather eggs from the mother, fertilize them with sperm from the father, and place the embryo into the uterus of a gestational surrogate. The surrogate mother does not use her own eggs. The surrogate then carries the baby until birth.

Surrogacy Qualifications

In surrogacy, qualification is now very important. Most surrogacy agencies and fertility clinics require surrogates to meet the following general qualifications:

  • Be in good physical and mental health
  • Have carried and delivered at least one child
  • Have had pregnancies that were all free of complications and were full-term
  • Be less than 43 years of age (some clinics will accept older woman in certain circumstances; others have younger age cut-offs for all surrogates);
  • Be in a stable living situation; and
  • Not smoke or abuse alcohol.
Risks in Surrogacy

Multiple Births: Having multiple births is the single greatest health risk in IVF or surrogacy.
Infection: when the eggs are removed and insert through the vagina into the uterus. There is a risk of infection into the body.
Drug Reaction: some medicines involve hot flushes due to this you may feel down, irritable, headaches, abdominal pain and mood swings.
Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS): In OHSS, the ovaries enlarge and become painful, causing abdominal discomfort.
Breast Tenderness: Breast problems are more common in infertile women. Monthly breast self-examination is recommended for all women. There is no screening method for breast cancer.
Nausea and vomiting: It is not uncommon to have a sore throat following a procedure and post-operative nausea and vomiting occur in some patients.
Cervical Cancer: Cervical cancer can be screened by cervical cytology. The etiology of cervical cancer is related to sexual activity.

IVF: Myth or Expectation

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IVF is something, people think twice before taking treatment. IVF is expensive to process but gives maximum successful results. People have negative thinking related to IVF due to IVF tests and its expenses.
IVF is mostly mistreated in the world. Once upon a time people thinks IVF is something that is only affordable by the rich people. But nowadays IVF becomes a very common treatment for infertility.
If you are a typical woman, you may have chosen to put off “making babies” until you were through with college, met a nice man to settle down with and marry, and spend that 1.5 to 2 years of wedded. By this time, the questions from friends and family members have started and the ones that go like this “Are you going to have kids?”.
And if you are sick of seeing the negative pregnancy results and your heart breaks a bit more when you start getting “baby news” from friends, and you start getting visibly frustrated when people continue to say “just relax, and it will happen” then IVF is the best option to choose.
This is necessary to choose your doctor carefully because “ single wrong advice can ruin your future” . You should go through the research before you choose a doctor.The question is whether this technology can be used in a morally safe or not. During IVF, mature eggs are received from ovaries and fertilized by sperm in a lab. After this fertilized eggs or eggs are well established in the uterus.Some of the ways that they try to do this are to implant no more than three embryos in the mother, make sure that it is the husband’s sperm and the wife’s egg, and freeze the leftover for future implantation.
IVF was originally devised to overcome infertility caused by blocked or absent fallopian tubes. Today, IVF is used to treat much more reproductive problems, including irregular ovulation, low sperm count or motility, and unexplained infertility. If you have a child conceived by IVF it is important to understand that each and every child conceived by IVF is precious, beautiful and loved by God. Every child is legitimate but not every means of conception is morally defensible.

People have a great myth for IVF that IVF does not give the successful results. But they all forget that God is the author of life. People die all the time but that does not mean we can cause a situation which puts our children’s lives into grave danger. Although IVF has a 10-20% success rate, each embryo has a 99% chance of dying.
IVF treatment is now available in every country at very low cost. IVF is very common these days. Sometimes IVF gives unbelievable results. In the whole IVF journey, you need to a patient because IVF gives you some sad and bad results. This is very necessary to be happy and be calm in the whole IVF process to get positive results.

Egg Donation

Donor eggs were supposed to be our last hope, only after full-force I.V.F. There’s a 60 to 70 percent chance of success for donor eggs. With each New Year, Egg Donation looks forward to exciting opportunities to bring together prospective parents and the egg donors needed to build their families. New technologies are introducing day by day in IVF. Egg donation in Nepal now become very common and people are well aware of this process. Fertility centre Nepal is the best place where anybody can get donor eggs at an affordable egg donation cost in Nepal.
Becoming an egg donor is a special opportunity to help a couple who would not be able to have a baby without your donation. There’s a strange silence in the world about donor eggs. For couples and individuals who feel comfortable doing so, educating your family and friends about egg donation can be very helpful.
Egg donors are usually women between the ages of 21 and 34. The egg donors are going through the various tests before they donate their eggs. The egg donors are monitored closely through blood tests and ultrasound, ensuring that the ovaries are responding well and not going into hyperstimulation. There are a lot of long-time myths and misconceptions about donor eggs that still circulate, particularly among those who have never spoken to a member of the fertility community.
Before selecting egg donor doctors do some screening tests and before you are screened, program staff should thoroughly describe the procedures and risks involved in donation. That way, if you decide not to proceed, you can avoid the screening process. In any case, do not give your written agreement to become an egg donor before the screening process is complete. After you are screened, you should have access to the results of your medical tests – whether or not you become a donor.
Egg donation is the only hope for the people whose are not able to give birth to a child. They are excited to be pregnant but feel they shouldn’t be so focused on genetic links. The fact is that there is no resource in the world like this one; only egg donation helps infertile couples. Stay connected with people who have experience and guidance around egg donation, or who at least can hold your hand and truly understand what you’re going through.
Without sperm you wouldn’t have a tiny growing embryo. Without your uterus and without your nurturing and care, that embryo, your baby, wouldn’t grow and develop. There are many reasons why a woman or couple chooses to use an egg donor in order to have a baby. Infertility, age, genetics, and medical conditions are some of the more common reasons heterosexual couples use an egg donor to start or build families.


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