Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a procedure that involves placing sperm inside a woman's uterus to facilitate fertilization. The goal of IUI is to increase the number of sperm that reach the fallopian tubes and subsequently increase the chance of fertilization. Sperm sample is washed and prepared in the clinical laboratory allowing the separation and concentration of motile spermatozoa in relatively small volumes. Therefore, physicians/gynecologists deliver high numbers of spermatozoa into the woman's uterine cavity by using an IUI catheter. This procedure in combination with ovulation induction has further increased the chance of achieving a pregnancy.
In vitro fertilisation (IVF) is a process by which an egg is fertilised by sperm outside the body: in vitro. IVF is a major treatment for infertility when other methods of assisted reproductive technology have failed. The process involves monitoring a woman's ovulatory process, removing ovum or ova (egg or eggs) from the woman's ovaries and letting sperm fertilize them in a fluid medium in a laboratory. When a woman's natural cycle is monitored to collect a naturally selected ovum (egg) for fertilisation, it is known as natural cycle IVF. The fertilised egg (zygote) is then transferred to the patient's uterus with the intent to establish a successful pregnancy. The first successful birth of a "test tube baby", Louise Brown, occurred in 1978. Louise Brown was born as a result of natural cycle IVF. Robert G. Edwards, the physiologist who developed the treatment, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2010.
There are five basic steps in the IVF and embryo transfer process which include the following:
Its main use is for significant male infertility cases in normal IVF, many sperm are placed together with an egg, in hopes that one of the sperm will enter and fertilize the egg. With ICSI, the embryologist takes a single sperm and injects it directly into an egg.
ICSI is typically used in cases of severe male infertility, including:
ICSI is done as a part of IVF. Since ICSI is done in the lab, your IVF treatment won't seem much different than an IVF treatment without ICSI.
As with regular IVF, you'll take ovarian stimulating drugs, while your doctor will monitor your progress with blood tests and ultrasounds. Once you've grown enough good-sized follicles, you'll have the egg retrieval, where eggs are removed from your ovaries with a specialized, ultrasound-guided needle.
Your partner will provide his sperm sample that same day (unless you're using a sperm donor, or previously frozen sperm.)
Once the eggs are retrieved, an embryologist will place the eggs in a special culture, and using a microscope and tiny needle, a single sperm will be injected into an egg. This will be done for each egg retrieved.
Cryopreservation is a process where cells or whole "tissuesare preserved by cooling to low sub-zero temperatures, such as (typically) 77 K or −196 °C (the boiling point of liquid nitrogen. At these low temperatures, any biological activity, including the biochemical reactions that would lead to ,is effectively stopped. However when cryoprotectant solutions are not used, the cells being preserved are often damaged due to freezing during the approach to low temperatures or warming to room temperature.
Human Oocyte cryopreservation is a new technology in which a woman’s eggs (oocytes) are extracted, frozen and stored. Later, when she is ready to become pregnant, the eggs can be thawed, fertilized, and transferred to the uterus as embryos.
Cryopreservation for embryos are used for embryo storage, e.g. when in vitro fertilization has resulted in more embryos than is currently needed.
Donor Sperm – may be required for couples where the male partner has no sperms or very low quality sperms.
Donor Egg – may be required where the female partner do not produce eggs of their own (Menopause, Premature ovarian failure etc.) or their eggs no longer appear capable of producing a healthy pregnancy.
Embryo Donor –may be required where both the partners have infertility.
A state of art Operation Theatre equipped with the latest machines and Endoscopy equipments to perform all kinds of Diagnostic, Operative and fertility enhancing laproscopic and hysteroscopic procedures.
Vardaan's surrogacy program, where infertile couples are being assisted to become parents. Our Surrogacy Services treatment program gives the opportunity to make dreams come true for those couples and singles who can't have their own children.
The main Conditions for surrogacy are:
The woman had the uterus removed because of some medical reasons.
The woman cannot carry the baby due to some medical condition.
Husband has low sperm count
Woman’s ovaries are producing eggs but she does not have uterus
Woman’s uterus is malformed or damaged and is incapable of carrying a pregnancy to term
Woman is suffering from medical problems such as diabetes, heart and kidney diseases and pregnancy in her would be life threatening.
Woman’s ovaries are non-functioning due to premature menopause
Woman has some genetic disease, which may be passed to her offspring
Besides these, there may be a few other situations in which people opt for surrogacy.
Seeking surrogacy is by no means an easy decision both emotionally and financially. It takes a generous and loving woman act as a surrogate mother for an infertile couple. A surrogate needs the support of her family, and a team of medic.
Vardaan has many gestational surrogate mother who can make your wishes come true. We conduct rigorous emotional and physical screening to select a surrogate; because surrogates health and emotional well-being is the top priority for Vardaan's team. Without them we could not help the thousands of intended parents with a dream of becoming a family to become parents.
Medical and Psychological Screening
For choosing a surrogate mother, we do a comprehensive medical evaluation. Our surrogate mothers are rigorously screened physically for general health and optimum fertility. Moreover, they are psychologically counseled to ensure that they can cope with the emotional demands and responsibility of the demands of our surrogacy program. Husbands of our surrogate mothers also meet with our psychologist to ensure they are able to support their wives in their decision to participate in the program. We take good care of all food, medical and delivery process and that in under a supervision of a associate doctor.
We do some general physical examination of potential surrogates. We do screening to check if they are having any infectious disease. These tests include a full blood count, renal, liver and thyroid function tests, chest X-Ray to rule out tuberculosis, plus a full range of tests for fertility. A list of screening tests for surrogates is available upon request.
Surrogates must have already given birth
We choose only those surrogates who have children of their own and have completed their families. Our surrogates have had no problems conceiving or delivering their own babies, no history of illness during pregnancy, or had any pregnancy complications. They must have enjoyed their own pregnancies and been physically able to cope with pregnancy and emotionally able to deal with the hormonal and physical changes pregnancy brings.
“Whether the pregnancy is complicated by medical or obstetrical factors, the physicians and staff at Vardaan Medical Center are dedicated to helping mothers and their babies obtain the best possible outcome .“ The expertise of our medical team and ready access to State-of-the-art technology enable the Center for High Risk OBS. care to provide a highly advanced level of care that’s unique to it. Vardaan has a complete range of healthcare services for women and babies, offering comprehensive healthcare.
You are either under 17 or over 35 years old.
You have chronic medical condition such as Diabetes or Hypertension.
You develop diabetes (gestational diabetes) during pregnancy.
Your pregnancy involves more than one baby.
You have had a previous miscarriage.
You have given birth prematurely in the past.
Prenatal testing indicates a suspected birth defect.
You have a history of fibroids or other gynaecologic problem.
Hypertension induced by pregnancy
Insulin dependent Diabetes
Renal (kidney) disease and gastrointestinal disease
Bleeding / Clotting disorder
Medical complication like Heart disease, sickle cell disease, lupus, HIV
Acute immune disease
Fetal growth restriction
But excellent care requires more than the latest technology and the most current advances in evidence-based medicine. We take pride in providing a caring and compassionate environment for our patients and their babies.
The birth of a baby is a joyous new beginning and motherhood an incredible journey. It is the most positive, life-changing experience for not only the mother-to-be but also the entire family. At Vardaan Medical Center, we understand that this experience is part of a journey that begins at conception and lasts well beyond. And so our Premium Birthing Suites specially create ideal environments that make new beginnings a joyful, personal experience.
Qualified and trained doctors and experienced staff are available around the clock to care of you throughout your pregnancy and delivery.
State-of-the-art foetal monitoring system for complete safety of both mother and child.
Baby Warmer to create cozy, thermo-stable environment for the baby.
Open resuscitation system.
Close to operation theatres incase of emergency C-Section.
Vardaan Medical Center wants to help expecting parents to share this joy with their family by pre-preparing them for the birth of their baby. Our childbirth education sessions demystify common fears and concerns regarding pregnancy, labour, delivery, and parenting.
Vardaan Medical Center encourages mothers to go for normal delivery and enjoy the complete birthing experience. We offer epidural anesthesia for painless natural delivery to give maximum comfort to the mother during the normal delivery.
Menstrual problems are common among teens. Each girl’s body is different, and each girl experiences puberty differently. Here at Vardaan Medical Center, we recognize that problems with menstruation can often be emotionally challenging, and that’s why we focus on treating your daughter as a person, and not just a patient.
Specialists in our center evaluate and treat patients with a wide range of adolescent reproductive disorders that affect reproductive function. We are one of the best programs of our type and have been serving the needs of patients and their families with trust. Your child is in good hands with us.
Vardaan Medical Center caters to a wide range of patients. We use highly experienced and skilled consultants to carry out all our services including the treatment of post menopausal treatment.
Vardaan Medical Center has opened a new One-Stop Postmenopausal Clinic aimed at women both before and after the menopause who experience abnormal bleeding.
You would need treatment because of your abnormal vaginal bleeding. It is important that all women who experience vaginal bleeding after the menopause are assessed to help establish the cause.
Postmenopausal bleeding is any vaginal bleeding after the menopause. It is assumed you have gone through the menopause if you have not had a period for at least 6 months. If you are on HRT this may cause you to have bleeding like a period. Abnormal bleeding on HRT or before you have gone through the menopause may also need to be investigated.
Most postmenopausal and other abnormal bleeding is caused by a change in your hormones and usually needs no treatment. Sometimes it is caused by something simple such as a polyp that can easily be removed.
Vardaan's Pediatric Immunization clinic provides all services to Newborns, Children and Adolescents below the age of 18. Vardaan provides all age appropriate vaccinations for new borns and childrens.
We provide premium brands of vaccines
All vaccine administrations are done by a pediatrician
Detailed vaccine administration records are kept in patient charts
Vaccine cold chain efficacy is ensured at our facility
Single dose vials are used wherever possible to ensure maximum vaccine efficacy
Patient handouts are provided for each vaccine
Combination vaccines are provided on request to reduce the number of vaccine administrations
Our Vaccine Reminder service reminds you of upcoming vaccinations by e-mail or SMS