We at KARE, very well understand that how infertility can cast an eclipse in the life of a couple which is why we look forward to initiate the premium quality treatment for infertility for both males and females. We try our best to turn the dreams of couples of having a family into reality. With the rapid advancement of medical science and technology, latest techniques have come up which can treat infertility at its best which readily enhances the chances of successful pregnancy. The primary step in the treatment of infertility is its proper and accurate diagnosis. At KARE, we have a streamlined process for the correct diagnosis of infertility so that the most appropriate treatment can be imparted for desired results.
Before the testing for infertility, our doctors at the clinic make sure to understand the sexual habits of the couples and then make the necessary suggestions. It happens many a times that no specific reason of infertility is found out which is referred to as unexplained infertility. We conduct detailed diagnostic tests are for women as well as men to find out the exact cause of infertility.
Tests Designed for Women
Fertility in the females is greatly dependent on the ovaries that releases healthy eggs. Also, the reproductive tract should allow the eggs to pass to the fallopian tubes for joining with the sperm for fertilisation. After fertilisation, the eggs should move to the uterus and get implanted. The tests are aimed to check for any hindrances in the process.
Apart from these, we also carry out some of the rare tests for diagnosing infertility such as Hysteroscopy, Laparoscopy and Genetic Testing depending upon the needs and requirements.
Tests Designed for Men
Fertility in the males is greatly dependent on healthy sperms, good sperm count and a proper travel by the sperms through the vagina to reach the egg. The diagnostic tests are aimed to check for any problems in the process.
Apart from these, there are certain other speciality testing that we conduct at KARE to make sure that there is no compromise in appropriately diagnosing infertility.