IVF Treatment with Immunotherapy

In vitro fertilisation (IVF) is an effective and popular treatment where the fertilisation happens outside the woman’s body. However, there is no guarantee of a pregnancy outcome from IVF.

If you are interested in fertility treatments, or if you’re about to start an IVF course, make sure you have every detail about the treatment.

In an IVF treatment, the woman’s eggs are surgically removed and fertilised in a laboratory. Thereafter, the fertilised egg, or the embryo, is surgically implanted back in the woman’s womb. Generally, one cycle of IVF takes between four to seven weeks. Sadly, this process does not always result in pregnancy and it has been found to be associated with high miscarriage rate. Usually, in younger women IVF treatment has a success rate of around 20%-25%. But this rate declines rapidly for women over 40.

Oftentimes these miscarriages can be attributed to Immunological causes leading to implantation failure. In such a scenario, it is always advisable to seek aid of the comprehensive methods such as that of Active Immunotherapy. It is one of the most important treatments where immunological rejection of pregnancy is prevented successfully.

ICPRM is proud to announce that it has obtained clearance from Drug Controller General of India (DCGI), Director General Health Services (DGHS) to provide this specialised treatment of Active Immunotherapy to all the couples facing repeated miscarriages.

We are extremely happy to fulfil their dream of having a healthy baby and experiencing PARENTHOOD.

You can also go through our “Case Studies” Section to know the experience of our clients.