Your OB/Gyn will be able to answer some of your preliminary questions, and may be able to offer only limited fertility treatments, and if infertility persists with any of the reasons like age, or who have a history of three or more miscarriages, PCO, poor semen analysis etc. , these conditions are best treated by a fertility expert.
Why a Infertility Center
At TFC our speliazed care for the couples in all their stages of the infertility journey, right from the basic infertility testing to the diagnose of the reason for infertility, leading to the most advanced treatments and latest technologies that are currently available today. Our fertility center is typically comprised of Infertility Consultation suites, Couselling suites, and various other medical offices, an out-patient surgery center, embryology and andrology laboratories. TFC is designed to accommodate the needs of the infertility patient. Which really goes on to say that we have the very latest in laboratory equipment, and the most dedicated and experienced staff, are all there to handle the coordination of sometimes complicated medication schedules, the timings, the testing and treatment plans.
On ejaculation a man releases millions of sperms. Once the sperm have been deposited, Some of the them swim to the fallopian tubes through the cervix and uterus, Some sperms die in the acidic vaginal fluid; and some enter the cervical mucus and cervical crypts. They are stored here and can remain alive here for as long as 48 to 72 hours.. Sperms in the female reproductive tract swim under their own steam – as a result of the whip- like activity of their tail which propels them on. Of the millions of sperms released in an ejaculate, only a few hundred will reach the egg successfully, and only one is required to fertilize the egg.