The world is evolving at a rapid phase with new things peeking up every corner. The health care industry India has significantly evolved and India is considered as the 4th most preferred country for medical tourism. From heart surgery to cosmetology, India doctors are doing wonders in the field of healthcare. But apart from the deadly diseases like cancer, the world was facing major fallout in the field of infertility treatment.
Most of the cases go untreatable and adoption rate increased, which is a good sign too. But being childless is an emotional breakout and it makes us feel devastated. Medical industry understood this and started working on a lot of advanced fertility technologies. The end result, IVF, IUI, ICSI and other assisted reproductive technologies (ART).
The most common reason for infertility in a male is the sperm count. Lifestyle and other reasons cause low sperm count in a male. Sometimes men have zero sperm count in which case, it becomes extremely difficult for normal reproduction and is advised to go for artificial insemination through donor sperm. In women, the common reason is the cyst in ovaries and blocked fallopian tube. This prevents the fertilization of egg and sperm.
This also causes significant health complication in women. Fertility health in women is very important for conception. A weak uterus makes it very difficult to carry a baby and surrogacy comes into place. Pregnancy through surrogacy is becoming a buzz with most of the working-class couples. You might wonder why this is very specific to these group of people. There is nothing wrong with them but it is about their priorities.
Yes, late marriage, postponing pregnancy, habits like drinking and smoke are some of them. Heavy drinking reduces the sperm count in male and causes dryness in female reproductive glands. This combined with smoking greatly accept the cell division and causes total damage to the new cells with the body produces. Because of this, our healthy quality reduces and makes us sick. These chemicals mix with the blood and makes it impure.
A study by a famous fertility clinic in Chennai says that most of the couples who seek infertility treatment are in the age group of 26 to 37. And, a significant number of infertility problems are associated with male. But the scariest part is, there is an increasing number of male cases with zero sperm count and women with PCOD related problems which sometimes makes them ineligible for any of the fertility treatment.
Being infertile not only affects the couple but also their families. This becomes an emotional burden. Here, we give you one small piece of advice. Prevention is better than cure and anything beyond a certain limit is poisonous. We cannot change natural occurring ones like infertility due to genetic reasons but others are completely under our control.
IVF and ICSI treatments are better options if you considering for an infertility treatment. The success rates of these treatments are increasing every year and WHO has recognized India as a significant industry for fertility treatments.