What is ART Treatment in India? Overview of Assisted Reproductive Treatment

ART Treatment in India – Mother, father and a kid or kids – doesn’t it look like a perfect family frame? Yes, mother has the most beautiful and precious gift of life –ability to conceive. Creating a life – a baby- is not at all easy; it actually needs proper planning, a suitable age where the couple is ready for this responsibility and other things that must be focussed by the husband and wife.

Sometimes the individual becomes ineffective or less fertile (due to certain cause) to have a child by own, at this time the couple either needs a basic fertility medication or else Assisted Reproductive Treatment in India.

What is Assisted Reproductive Treatment in India? Assisted reproduction refers to a number of advanced techniques that aid fertilization. This treatment is productive for both – men and women. ART consists of several fertility treatments such as IVF treatment, Donor egg, Donor sperm, Donor embryo, Laser Assisted Hatching, PGD technique, IMSI, ICSI and so on. These techniques are often used for women who have irreversible damage to their fallopian tubes or cervical mucus problems. It can also benefit couples with unexplained infertility.

Males who have either less sperm motility or less sperm count need to go for IVF with ICSI/ IMSI or PICSI; rare males are found who have barely sperm count in their ejaculation (No sperm count), for such men, the sperms are retrieved by surgical way.

Let’s read more about the ART Treatment in India –

Most Preferred ART Treatment in India

  • What is IVF (In-Vitro Fertilization)?
  • What is GIFT (Gamete Intrafallopian Tube Transfer)?
  • What is ZIFT (Zygote Intrafallopian Transfer)?
  • What is ICSI (Intracytoplasmic Sperm Insertion)?
  • What is FASIAR (Follicle Aspiration, Sperm Injection, and Assisted Follicular Rupture)?

IVF – The most preferred ART Treatment in India 

IVF is the most well known of assisted reproduction techniques. In this method, the woman takes fertility drugs to stimulate her ovaries to produce more eggs. These medication and hormonal injection stimulates the woman’s ovary and that results multiple eggs for the egg-pick up.

The physician then retrieves one or more of the eggs by laparoscopy or by passing a needle through the vaginal wall. The partner’s sperm is then mixed with the eggs in a Petri dish, and fertilization may take place.

If fertilization occurs, the embryo is allowed to develop outside the womb for a few days. Then it is implanted in the lining of the woman’s uterus with a small plastic tube. Most centres now place two to four embryos in the womb in the hope that one will burrow into the lining and begin to develop normally. Any leftover embryos are frozen to be used later, should the first IVF procedure fail to work. IVF increases the risk of multiple births. We Care IVF Surrogacy is the leading fertility platform giving the best solution to the couples who are unable to get pregnant and seeking the best consultation with the experienced and skilled fertility specialist.

In a variation of IVF called ovum transfer, a donor egg is fertilized with the partner’s sperm and then placed in the woman’s uterus. This technique is often used when the woman has not been able to produce eggs, even with fertility drugs. IVF is the most common and efficacious ART Treatment in India providing the hope to the childless couple.

The effectiveness of IVF has improved in the past few years but the chance of pregnancy is still only 40 to 60 percent.

What Is GIFT (Gamete Intrafallopian Tube Transfer)?

In this method of ART Treatment in India, the woman’s eggs are retrieved but not fertilized. Instead, they are mixed with the man’s sperm and immediately placed into the woman’s fallopian tubes. The woman must have healthy tubes for GIFT to work.

GIFT would be the better option for those women who have healthy tubes. If you are seeking for GIFT then you really have to speak with your specialist (whether this treatment is productive for your case or not) for its success results.

What Is ZIFT (Zygote Intrafallopian Transfer)?

ZIFT involves placing the fertilized egg itself into the fallopian tubes. This procedure can be more successful than GIFT because the doctor has a greater chance of ensuring that the egg is fertilized. Again, the woman must have healthy tubes for ZIFT.

What Is ICSI (Intracytoplasmic Sperm Insertion)?

In this technique, a single sperm is injected into the egg, and the embryo is placed in the fallopian tubes or uterus. This method is often recommended when the male partner has very few sperm or other fertilization methods are not suitable for the couple.

ICSI is the male fertility treatment of ART Treatment in India and the most effective one at the same time. ICSI always follow the process of IVF. ICSI is basically a fertilization technique that enhances the fertilization and improves the result of success rate of the treatment.

ICS I treatment is the treatment which is used by those males who have less sperm count, less motility of the sperm thus unable to impregnate own partner.

ICSI also has advanced procedure such as IMSI and PICSI. IMSI and PICSI also used to resolve male infertility issue. IMSI and PICSI both follow different step of fertilization (choosing the sperm by different way).

Further More Methods of ART Treatment in India

PGD Technique –

Talking about fertility methods there are more procedures in ART Treatment in India such as PGD, LAH, TESA, MESA, etc, are recommended when the patient needs this procedure along with IVF. During PGD technique, embryos are produced through the procedure of IVF along with ICSI (if needed) and afterward a couple of cells are expelled from the embryos that have been created by IVF and are screened for a hereditary condition. Embryos unaffected by a specific hereditary condition may then be chosen for move to the lady’s uterus and embryos which are found to be affected (chromosomally/genetic disorder) are cleared out in the lab.

What Is FASIAR (Follicle Aspiration, Sperm Injection, and Assisted Follicular Rupture)?

In a new method known as FASIAR, the physician punctures the follicle, and then removes the eggs with a syringe that also holds the sperm. This mixture is then immediately injected back into the follicle. FASIAR may reduce the risk of multiple births and is less expensive than other procedures.

Why We Care IVF Surrogacy for ART Treatment India?

  • Free consultation
  • Most-affordable price
  • Best Success rates
  • Total transparency
  • Complete service, including visa and passport assistance
  • Personal experience
  • Ethical approach

Centres of ART Treatment in India by We Care IVF Surrogacy perform all type of fertility treatment (basic and advanced including surrogacy). So the bottom line is this that ART Treatment in India is the only way to have a baby of your own especially when you are unable to attain pregnancy by natural way.

For more information about the ART Treatment in India, the support team of We Care is always there for your answer!


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Wecare IVF Surrogacy Certification

Request Call Back

Fill you contact number & get free call from our fertility expert.

    About We Care

    With over 10 years experience and over 10,000+ successful live births through IVF, we are dedicated to hand out best fertility treatment and personalized nursing to accomplish couple’s parenthood soon.

    Call us +91 9899293903

    Our Locations


    26/18, West Patel Nagar, New Delhi


    Kathmandu 44600, Nepal


    19 A Dniprovska Kiev 02081, Ukraine


    Tbilisi, Capital of Georgia

    Disclaimer: Under the pre-Conception and Prenatal Diagnostic Techniques (PCPNDT) Act, 1994, prenatal sex determination is banned in India. No test or treatment for sex selection, sex determination, gender selection, gender determination is done in India.

    Copyright © 2020 We Care IVF Surrogacy®. All rights reserved.