Thursday, 14 April 2016

Message from Europe

We are from europe and we have tried fertility treatments several times in europe. Unfortunately it did not worked out for us.We did a lot of research on internet & found Dr.Rita Bakshi. She counselled us very well & performed ivf. It was a successful attempt. We have met our wishes.we are grateful and happy. Thank you Dr.Rita, Dr. Seema, Dr. Ashima, Minakshi and the whole team.

Saturday, 5 December 2015

Recent Changes in Surrogacy Laws in India

The Government of India has proposed a ban on Surrogacy for Foreigners including OCI's and NRI's  

Sunday, 9 November 2014

Indian Authorities Pass the Ball in the Australian’s Court; Ask for Clarifications on Surrogacy row

The Indo-Australian surrogate debate has taken a new turn. The Indian government has stated that the Indian government has stated that it is up to the Australian government to decide on the fate of Australian couples seeking surrogacy treatments in India.

The statement goes back to the unfortunate incident in 2012 when a couple left a baby behind in India. From then, many Australian couples have been denied visas, and confusion is showing no signs of slowing down.

As per the rules, Indian authorities require an official letter from Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade with the clarification that the newborn surrogate child will not be denied entry in Australia.

Surrogacy advocates say a number of Australian couples have had their visa applications rejected in
Indian authorities require Australian couples to provide a letter from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) that stipulates that any child born to an Indian surrogate mother will be permitted entry into Australia. But, the letters issued by the Australian administration fails to clarify their stand.   

So, Indian authorities have no other option than passing the ball to the Australia‘s court. It should be further added that Indian government is already on the verge of surfacing regulatory measures for the surrogacy industry.

It is estimated that 200 surrogate babies were born for Australian couples in 2013.

Saturday, 8 November 2014

What is the Best Place for Fertility Treatment for Women?

It is estimated that more than 15% couples in India suffer from infertility.  And the cases will only shoot up in the future. There is no need to point out that medical services in the country will have to deal with this upcoming crisis.  Fortunately, India has always been at the forefront of the medical advancement. So, Indian medical practitioners are well-prepared to provide effective treatments to the fellow countrymen.

But, the million dollar question is that what is the best place for fertility treatments for women? And what should be the criteria to pick the best fertility clinic in Delhi?

What are the Features of the Best IVF centre in Delhi?

First, it should be mentioned that the best IVF clinic in Delhi must be run by an experienced fertility specialist. For example, the International Fertility Centre is run by Dr. Rita Bakshi who possess years of experience in treating childless couples. When you’re searching for a suitable clinic, make sure to go for an experienced one.  

Moving on the best IVF centre in Delhi should also possess the finest infrastructure possible.  So, do your homework and make sure that the clinic has all the required facilities in place.
The most crucial thing is the cost of the fertility treatment.  The cost will vary according to the type of treatment. The best IVF or surrogacy center in Delhi will provide all the information about the cost in the first step itself.   

The most important level is the level of professionalism and empathy towards patients. At international Fertility Centre, our specialists are always willing to go an extra mile to help the patient. Such approach is a must in a good fertility clinic.   

Friday, 7 November 2014

What are Some Common Causes of infertility in Men and Women?

Infertility simply implies the incapacity to conceive a child naturally. And both men are women are at equal risks of infertility. Such cases have shown a sharp rise in the last few decades. Many studies have also affirmed this viewpoint.
But, what actually make an individual infertile? Let’s look at some common causes making men and women infertile:

Causes of Infertility in Men:   
·        1)  Sperm abnormalities form a huge factor leading to male infertility. These abnormalities comprises of poor sperm movement, low sperm count, etc.
·         2) STDs can also affect reproductive health in men.
·         3) Chemotherapy/radiation treatments can also cause infertility.
·         4) If the environment is contaminated with toxins like lead and pesticides, both men and women can become infertile.
·         5) Alcohol, drugs and smoking are also some overlooked culprits.
·         6) Any injury to the scrotum and testes.

·       1) Ovulatory disorders are responsible for infertility in women. It is estimated that they account for 25 percent of infertility cases in women.
·       2)  If the fallopian tubes are blocked or scarred, infertility may occur.
·       3) Ageing is another reason behind rising infertility cases.
·       4) Medical conditions like Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, endometriosis and fibroids.

·        5) Obesity is one overlooked reason

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Thursday, 6 November 2014

Infertility Dilemmas among Indian Youth: Shame and Confusion Prevails in Modern India

When you think about infertility, it is almost impossible to imagine young couples suffering from any such problem. But, the reality is always far from what we've imagined or dreamed of.  Young couples are at equal risks of infertility as other age groups, and they’re more prone to falling victims of embarrassment and guilt. They are also less likely to seek specialist advice.

According to the latest reports of childlessness in India has risen by 50 per cent since 1981, and infertility has seemed to entrap even the young individuals who are least likely to take interest in such issues.

The pace seems to be higher in the urban settings where lifestyle changes have been more rampant and visible.  And for the rural landscape, it is plagued by an absence of reproductive health services.  It could be concluded that our country is on the brink of an infertility crisis.

Coming back to our younger folks, the problem seems to be the consequence of poor lifestyle choices. If you don’t believe us, take a look around. You’ll not be surprised to find out young guys and girls smoking and drinking. The irony is that these choices are labeled as something hip and cool.

An increasing number of obese individuals are also adding to the crisis. And an obese person is highly likely to suffer from health disorders. Although obesity is frowned upon, a large number of youngsters are unable to rid their bodies of the excess weight.  

If you any young couple or individual are unable to conceive naturally, they have to battle embarrassment. It is a known fact that social stigma is attached to infertility. Our society has always believed that it is our duty to have children. No matter how ridiculous this may sound, such beliefs refuse to die. And for a young mind, infertility easily changes in depression and hopelessness.

As the cases of infertility soars, there is a dire need to spread awareness about infertility and ways to prevent it. As more young people get educated, infertility can be prevented. And for young individuals already battling infertility, there is no need to lose heart. Thanks to the advancement in medical technology, infertility is no longer a roadblock for enjoying parenthood. The only advice for young people is to be responsible and have a healthy lifestyle.