2.Fertility Clinic in Hyderabad
2.Fertility Clinic in Hyderabad
Kiran Infertility Centre is one of the leading infertility treatment clinics in India with branches in Hyderabad, Chennai, Bengaluru and is perhaps the best fertility clinic in India providing world class treatment options for Infertility such as I.V.F., I.C.S.I., IUI, Egg/ Oocyte Donation, PGS/ Embryo Donation, Oocyte/Embryo Freezing.

2.Fertility Clinic in Hyderabad


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Kiran Infertility Center/KIC over the past 3 decades has emerged as a comprehensive and complete institution of excellence in the field of infertility treatment bringing smiles to the faces of thousands of proud parents from India and from 51 different countries across the globe who dreamt of being blessed with a beautiful baby or babies. With a combined work experience of more than 200 years in the super specialty of Infertility, Obstetrics, Gynaecology, Genetics, and Embryology KIC has been consistently providing the best possible treatment and care for patients suffering from infertility

We take immense pride in our strict adherence to the standards and quality measures that we follow as per the required Indian laws and guidelines in the field of infertility treatment. Over these years, we have emerged as one of the most successful clinics in India and across the globe in offering infertility treatments. KIC is always at the forefront of research and development taking place in the global arena of infertility.

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Female Infertility Treatment In Hyderabad



Female infertility causes can result from

 Infections or Malformations of the female genital tract

 Due to age, as age increases fertility decreases

 Hormonal imbalances

 other medical or surgical conditions preventing conception or maintenance of a full term pregnancy.

 Prolonged exposure to radiation or certain chemicals can cause infertility

 Women who smoke have enough nicotine in their cervical mucus to kill sperm.

The most common female-related causes of infertility requiring female infertility treatment in Hyderabad





Age is the most important factor affecting a woman’s fertility. With age, the chance for pregnancy decrease

and odds for miscarriage increase. At 25, a woman has around 20% to 25% chance of getting pregnant

naturally every month. This gradually decreases with age and is at around 10% to 12% at an age of 35.

After that, the decline is steady. The chance of getting pregnant is at 40 is around 5% to 10% per menstrual


Although older women are more likely to experience scarring and blockages caused by Endometriosis or

other medical conditions, these are not significant contributors to infertility. Instead, infertility often is the

result of age-related changes occurring in the reproductive hormones that stimulate egg development,

trigger ovulation and support pregnancy. Most important, is depletion of a woman’s ovarian reserve- (the

eggs she is born with).

During her reproductive years, some eggs never mature and others are released during her menstrual

cycles. Those remaining, age with her and the older she is, the more likely they are to have hard shells

(zona pellucida) that prevent sperm from penetrating or result in genetic defects that prevent fertilization or

cause miscarriage.

When the store of healthy eggs is depleted, menopause occurs.


The female infertility causes in Hyderabad for female include – TUBAL DISEASE


The fallopian tubes carry eggs from the ovaries to the uterus. When tubes are blocked by scar tissue from Endometriosis, due to surgery or infection, the egg and/or the sperm cannot travel through. If a fertilized egg is trapped in the fallopian tube, it results in Ectopic pregnancy, which is treated with medication or surgery.


Tubal problems include



Sexually Transmitted Diseases, genital Tuberculosis, Gonorrhea and Chlamydia, often go unnoticed and untreated, causing Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID). Serious infections can cause scar tissue and damage to the Cilia (the small hairs lining the tubes to help the eggs move through). Symptoms of sexually transmitted diseases include inflammation and abnormal discharge. PID can result in pelvic or abdominal pain requiring female infertility treatment in Hyderabad. Severe, untreated infections have been linked to Cervical and other Cancers, Chronic Hepatitis and Cirrhosis of the liver.


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This condition is caused by a severe blockage of the Fallopian tube resulting from infection. It significantly reduces the chance of pregnancy without IVF because it stretches or distorts the fallopian tubes to the extent that they cannot be opened and/or repaired. When the tubes fill with fluid, there is a chance that it can leak back into the uterus. Because this fluid is toxic to embryos placed into the uterus during IVF, physicians often remove or surgically block the tubes before a cycle to improve embryo implantation rates.


Endometriosis treatment in Hyderabad

Tissue lining the uterus (Endometrium) grows and thickens during a menstrual cycle to receive a fertilized egg (implantation). Without a pregnancy, the lining sheds and is discharged with blood during a menstrual period. Endometriosis occurs when this tissue grows outside the uterus and the shedding process deposits blood and tissue in the abdomen.

As a result, scar tissue can form in the fallopian tubes, adhere to the ovaries and/or cause misalignment of the organs, preventing natural conception. Although some women have no discomfort even with severe endometriosis, others experience abnormal menstrual bleeding and pain, tenderness in the abdomen and pelvis, and/or painful intercourse.


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Tubal Ligation:

A form of birth control, this surgical procedure involves tying, clamping off or burning the ends of the fallopian tubes so pregnancy cannot occur.


These growths (Fibromas, Myomas and Leiomyoma’s) are benign tumors made up of thread-like tissue that clump together to form masses. Usually found inside the uterus, they affect implantation of the fertilized embryo. Symptoms associated with fibroids – especially if they are large – include heavy bleeding, pain and abdominal pressure.


Female Infertility Doctor in Hyderabad

Treatment Options provided by Female Infertility Doctor in Hyderabad for Fibroids and Polyps is done through medications that can shrink fibroids in some cases. The medication temporarily reduce symptoms, delay surgery or shrink the fibroid enough to allow for a less invasive surgical procedure. Fibroids, large enough and affecting fertilization and/or embryo implantation are removed by Surgery.



Ovulatory Dysfunction results from Congenital Defects, Hormonal Deficiencies and/or the ageing process.

Common forms of Ovulatory Dysfunction include:

Some women do not have menstrual periods while others menstruate but do not ovulate. -Women with Amenorrhea have never had a period or had irregular periods that stop prematurely.

With Anovulation, eggs are not released from the follicles.

The Luteal Phase Defects occurs when a woman has a menstrual cycle and is ovulating, but the cycle is too short for the uterine lining to thicken properly.

Premature Ovarian Failure: Menopause usually occurs after several decades of menstrual cycles and natural depletion of the ovarian reserve. Premature ovarian failure or early menopause can be caused by

Exposure to certain chemicals

Chemotherapy and radiation Treatment for Cancer

Other conditions such as Genital Tuberculosis and Endometriosis that affect the cycle-regulating hormones or damage the ovaries so they no longer produce eggs.

Certain Genetic Disorders can trigger premature ovarian failure

Autoimmune diseases such as Lupus or Rheumatoid Arthritis – that cause the body to mistakenly attack the ovaries.

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome : Treatment in Hyderabad for PCOS.

Genetically linked hormonal imbalances can cause Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), a condition that prevents ovulation. Without the necessary level of Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH), the follicles do not develop properly and the eggs do not mature. An imbalance of Luteinizing Hormone (LH) causes overproduction of Estrogen, abnormal thickening of the uterine lining and very heavy and/or irregular periods. High levels of LH can trigger over production of male hormones including testosterone, which cause acne and facial hair in women. Over time, the elevated estrogen levels associated with PCOS may create an increased risk of uterine cancer and diabetes.

Hyperprolactinemia: This condition is associated with the pituitary gland located in the brain, which produces Prolactin to help regulate ovulation and stimulate breast milk production in pregnant women. The overproduction of Prolactin results from tumors of the pituitary, an under active thyroid (Hypothyroidism) or an adverse reaction to certain prescription medications (including Antihistamines, Oral Contraceptives, Tranquilizers and Antihypertensive). As a result, women experience irregular or no ovulation, and they may produce breast milk even though they are not pregnant.

Hypothalamic Amenorrhea: The Hypothalamus gland, also located in the brain, produces Gonadotropin Release Hormone (GnRH). This chemical stimulates the pituitary gland to release Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) and Luteinizing Hormone (LH). In case, the Hypothalamus stops producing GnRH due to this condition, thereby effecting FSH and LH levels needed for egg development and ovulation.



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