Short Story About Aastha Fertility Care Centre Since 2005

We are one of the leading fertility unit and IVF center in Rajasthan and India. We are located in the city of Jaipur “PINK CITY”, the capital of Rajasthan. Besides being the capital, Jaipur is one of the tourist spots in north India.

IGC Winner of 2013 & 14 Best IVF Doctor in Rajasthan

By coming to AASTHA FERTILITY CARE, you are placing your trust in us, and it’s not just in our medical and technical skills, but in our understanding of your emotional as well as your physical needs. It is a responsibility we don’t take lightly. We understand the emotional intensity of trying to have a child and we will support you with guidance and counseling at every step of the treatment.

AASTHA FERTILITY CARE has the latest technologies in reproductive medicine in Jaipur. Our landmark achievements are widely appreciated by everyone. Our aim always is to help you achieve the best chance of pregnancy whilst ensuring you receive the care and attention you need at all times.

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Our Services

Counseling in Infertility

At Aaastha fertility we believe in transparency with counseling with respect to Information gathering and analysis, Decision-making counseling, Support counseling, Therapeutic counseling.

Infertility Work Up

Defined as failure to achieve pregnancy within 12 months of unprotected intercourse or therapeutic donor insemination in women younger than 35 years.

Interventional TVS

Done under short General Anaesthesia. For oocyte retrieval during IVF, Simple ovarian cyst aspiration.

Diagnostic and Operative Hysteroscopy

Hysteroscopy is used as a therapeutic method in many conditions that may affect fertility, such as symptomatic uterine septum, intrauterine adhesions, endometrial polyps, sub mucous leiomyomas.

Diagnostic and Operative Laparoscopy

Laparoscopy for infertility is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that uses a laparoscope (a fiber-optic tube with light and video camera) inserted through two or more minor incisions, often in the belly button.

Vasoepididymostomy

Indicated for idiopathic epididymal obstruction, secondary epididymal obstruction due to long-standing vasal obstruction, or iatrogenic epididymal obstruction following interventions such as epididymal aspiration or reversal of vasectomy (Male Sterilization).

Sperm-Retrieval Techniques

Used in the setting of post-vasectomy obstruction, CBAVD, ejaculatory duct obstruction (EDO), and unreconstructable causes of obstructive azoospermia.

IUI (Intrauterine Insemination)

Intrauterine insemination is a procedure that places sperms past the cervix and in a woman’s uterus around the time of ovulation.

In Vitro Fertilization and Embryo Transfer (IVF-ET)

Indicated in: B/L Tubal block, Severe Endometriosis, Distorted Tubal Ovarian relation due to adhesions or past surgery, Premature Menopause, Failed reversal of male and female sterilization/tubectomy, Genetic issues, Surrogacy

Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)

Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) is the procedure during which an embryologist injects a single sperm directly into the woman’s egg as part of the in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedure to aid in fertilization.

Sperm Cryopreservation

To preserve fertility in men undergoing cancer therapy and allow conception for infertile couples. In patients for whom ejaculation is not possible.

Embryo Cryopreservation

In situations where the uterine lining may not be ready or receptive to embryos, freezing and doing a later transfer (“freeze all”) is also preferable.

Oocyte Vitrification

Fertility preservation option for young women requiring potentially sterilized (medical and surgical) treatments. Option for delaying motherhood.

High Risk Pregnancy and Delivery Management

A high-risk pregnancy is one that threatens the health or life of the mother or her fetus. It often requires specialized care from specially trained providers.

Management of Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

By definition, “recurrent” pregnancy loss is defined as the loss of two or more pregnancies from the time of conception until 24 weeks of gestation.

Management of Recurrent Implantation Failure (RIF)

Refers to cases in which women have had three failed in vitro fertilization (IVF) attempts with good quality embryos.

IVF with Donor Oocyte

Women with poor oocyte, and/or embryo quality or multiple failures during prior attempts to conceive via one of the assisted reproductive technologies.

Doctors

Meet Our Qualified Doctors

Dr. Namita Kotia

Dr. Namita Kotia

Director – Aastha Fertility Center
Dr. Amit Kotia

Dr. Amit Kotia

Consultant – Andrologist
Dr. Ramdoss Srinivasan

Dr. Ramdoss Srinivasan

Embryologist
Dr. ML Jain

Dr. ML Jain

Anaesthetist
Dr. S.P Sethi

Dr. S.P Sethi

Pediatrician
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    Infertility Myths & Facts

    • MYTH: Infertility is a woman’s problem.

      FACT: It surprises most people to learn that infertility is a female problem in 35 percent of the cases, a male problem in 35 percent of the cases, a combined problem of the couple in 20 percent of cases, and unexplained in 10 percent of cases, according to the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. It is essential that both the man and the woman be evaluated during an infertility evaluation.

    • MYTH: It’s all psychological.

      Stress is the leading cause of infertility. People just need to relax and they’ll get pregnant.
      FACT: Infertility is a medical problem; it is a disease or condition of the reproductive system. While relaxation may help with overall quality of life, stress and deep emotions may result from struggles with infertility, not cause it. A recent survey conducted for RESOLVE, The National Infertility Associatlon, revealed that 22% of women mistakenly believe that stress is the #1 cause of difficulty conceiving, rather than a medical condition. At least 50 percent of those who complete an infertility evaluation respond to treatment with a successful pregnancy. Those who do not seek help have a “spontaneous cure rate” of about 5 percent after a year of infertility.

    • MYTH: After people adopt a baby they usually get pregnent.

      FACT: Studies reveal that the rate of achieving pregnancy after adopting is the same as for those who do not adopt.

    • MYTH: Marriages rarely survive infertility struggles.

      FACT: The majority of couples manage the infertility crisis, learning in the process new ways of relating to each other, improving their understanding of different coping styles they may have, and deepening their communication, which actually serves to improve their relationship in years to follow and indirectly helps them become better parents.

    • MYTH: Infertility is a personal failing.

      FACT: Infertility is a crisis and it is normal for people to feel a sense of inadequacy that affects their self-esteem and self-image. The American Society of Reproductive Medicine highly recommends all those who face infertility issues become more informed about the wide range of options and connecting with others facing similar challenges are a great help, as is professional counseling.