Category Archives: Parenthood
A rare genetic disorder named as Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser syndrome affects one in 4,500 women. The characteristic feature of this genetic condition is the underdeveloped or congenital absence of vagina and uterus,
Immunization plays an important role to control infection. Traditionally childhood vaccination focuses on prevention of common infectious diseases occurs in the early stage of life. However, still antenatal, postpartum, and
In animals including humans, implantation is a fundamental process to get pregnant. The attachment and subsequent invasion of the blastocyst into the endometrium present in the uterus are termed as
In assisted reproductive technology (ART), implantation is one of the vital steps to obtain a successful outcome. Successful implantation depends upon some parameters which include: Embryo quality Receptivity of endometrial
In the IVF process, the uterine transfer of embryo is usually taking part after the created embryo in the laboratory set-up reached the blastocyst stage. There are three distinct phases
Egg donation is conducted under a team of medical professionals including medical doctor with a background of reproductive specialist, geneticists, genetic counselor, general physician, psychological counselor. Donor egg coordinators take
Age is always a considerable factor for being a parent. Significant physical and mental transition is started after family planning and it continues even after a childbirth. According to Dr.