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Unexplained Infertility

Unexplained infertility usually refers to a diagnosis (or lack of diagnosis) made in couples in whom all the standard investigations such as tests of ovulation, tubal patency and semen analysis are normal. Incidence 10-30% (ASRM 2006) For the infertile couple, a ‘diagnosis’ of unexplained infertility...

Three parent IVF

“Three Parent IVF” or the “Mitochondrial donation” is the latest technology that is gaining popularity as it could prevent the transfer of a life threatening disease from the mother to the offspring. The defective genes from the maternal mitochondria could be prevented being transferred to...


Endometriosis is a common gynecological disease affecting 10% of women in reproductive age. Women, at risk for developing the disease are - young age group, presence of uterine anomalies, nulliparous and those with a family history especially in the first degree relatives. The presenting symptoms...
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