Ms. Shipra Krishna explains elective egg freezing, an option to be considered by women one less than 30, ideally less than 35.
Ms Shipra Krishna explains reproductive immunology, the speciality of medicine that understands the immunology behind conception and pregnancy.
Dr. Shipra Krishna explains the IVF success rate.
Ms Shipra Krishna explains what IVF stands for and what happens during an IVF treatment. IVF stands for in vitro fertilisation, and it is a fertility treatment that utilises the assistant reproductive technology (ART) in helping couples achieve a pregnancy when they have failed to do so naturally.
It is a common concern that most of the patients have especially when they have been trying to get pregnant for some time whether it's time to start proceeding with a fertility test or whether it's time to proceed with a fertility treatment.
The majority of the patients are concerned about the outcome of their pregnancy following an IVF conception and natural they are very anxious all the way through the pregnancy. Prematurity of preterm birth has been associated with the IVF treatment.
IVF Injections - do they hurt? Ms Shipra Krishna answers the question in this video. It is important to understand that there are different kinds of injections being used at different phases of the treatment.
Consultant Shipra Krishna explains how you can make IVF more successful. There are many things that you can do it here and to give yourself the very best chance. Especially some lifestyle factors have been associated with the implications of the outcome.
Ms Shipra Krishna discusses whether there is a link between IVF and cancer. It has long been debated whether fertility treatments might be associated with the risk of cancer.
Ms Shipra Krishna talks about the effect of antibiotics during IVF treatment. There is evidence that certain antibiotics including tetracyclines, doxycycline, cotrimoxazole, antifungal pills or chloroquine can affect the sperm parameters such as lead to low sperm count, low mortality, low morphology or the viability of the sperms.