Where do I start
Parenthood is almost every couple’s dream. In fact, one in five couples is affected by some degree of infertility. With more couples having difficulties with conception due to lifestyle, stress and age, intervention through fertility treatments is becoming more and more necessary. Oasis offers couples who hope to be parents, the comfort and convenience of consultations, investigations and advanced treatments by highly experienced and trained fertility experts and embryologists, all under one roof.
Preliminary Counseling & Investigation
Infertility treatment depends largely on the root cause of the problem. This, in turn depends on your and your partner's lifestyle, medical history and genetic makeup. Therefore, effective treatments may vary from couple to couple. In some cases, it may just be a matter of correctly timing one's intercourse. In others, surgery or other complex treatments may be necessary.
In order to identify the cause of the difficulty, preliminary investigation is essential. This will involve a physical examination and some tests - prescribed based on your medical history, etc. - aimed at narrowing down the probable causes of infertility. These tests may include blood tests, a semen analysis for the male partner, and diagnostic tests of the uterus, ovaries and ovulation for the female partner.
Based on the results of the preliminary counseling, health examination and tests, further investigation will be carried out to determine the treatment options that will likely be the most effective for you. You and your fertility professional will then be able to work out a day-to-day treatment regimen that is best suited for you and your partner.
Once you and your fertility professional have worked out the best treatment plan for you, it is time to begin treatment. Depending on the type of treatment you undergo, hormone therapy, laparoscopic surgery and other procedures may be required. Treatment may take a number of months in order to succeed, and will require regular monitoring by your fertility professional.
Once your treatment is successful and you have conceived a child (or in case one treatment cycle has not resulted in a conception) a review consultation is necessary. This will help you and your partner understand and plan for the future. Even once you have conceived a child, certain therapies or treatments may still be required to ensure that your pregnancy is as healthy as possible. Even in case of an unsuccessful treatment cycle, the experience gained will be very useful in planning further treatment.