Best IVF treatments in Nepal – basic IVF cost in Nepal for IVF treatment cost around NPR 3,40,000 for a single IVF cycle We Care IVF Surrogacy is a medical tourism company that offers the best IVF treatment in Nepal for males and females.
IVF: IVF is a procedure in which the fertility experts at the fertility centres under We Care IVF Surrogacy will collect the eggs from the woman’s ovaries and fertilize them with the donor sperm or the sperm of the recipient husband. Once the eggs get fertilized, they will be transferred into the uterus of the recipient. IVF is a fertility treatment that will be performed outside the woman’s body but in the IVF lab.
IVF with egg donor: This is the best IVF treatment in Nepal. The fertility expert will perform IVF with an egg donor, which means the egg donor’s eggs will be fertilized with the sperm of the biological father, or donor sperm will be used to fertilize the eggs. Once the fertilization occurs, the formed embryo will be placed into the biological mother’s uterus, and she will carry the baby in her womb for nine months.
IVF with PGD: The best IVF treatment in Nepal in which the fertility experts will screen a single cell from the embryos to identify whether there is any genetic disease or chromosomal disorder occurs, inpatient because if these disorders are there, then the chances of passing these disease to new-born are high. It can impact the pregnancy results as well.
IVF with surrogacy: This is the advanced & best IVF treatment in Nepal in which the fertility experts at fertility centres under We Care IVF Surrogacy will collect the eggs of the biological mother, or the surrogate mother, or the egg donor are used to fertilize with the sperm of the biological father or donor sperm to ease the fertilization process. Once the fertilization occurs, the resulting embryo will be transferred into the surrogate mother’s uterus.
Treatment for male infertility:
Sperm retrieval: The best IVF treatment in Nepal to treat the causes of infertility in men. Sperm retrieval is a technique through which the fertility experts at the fertility centres under We Care IVF Surrogacy will extract the sperms using advanced techniques such as PESA, TESA, and TESE. These are minimally invasive techniques that help fertility experts to extract the sperms. Usually, these methods are performed for those male members who had failed vasectomy reversal, obstructive azoospermia, etc. The fertility expert will perform a sperm retrieval procedure under local anaesthesia. They will use a fine thin needle that helps them extract the sperms either from men’s testicle, i.e. testicular sperm aspiration (TESA) or epididymis, i.e. percutaneous epididymal sperm aspiration (PESA). If the fertility experts cannot extract enough sperms for fertilization by using these two methods, then the most advanced sperm retrieval procedure they will perform is testicular sperm extraction (TESE).
ICSI: ICSI is one of the best IVF treatments in Nepal to treat male infertility issues. This is a procedure in which the fertility expert will directly inject a single sperm into each woman’s egg to facilitate fertilization. Once the fertilization occurs, the resulted embryo will be transferred into the uterus of the recipient wife.
Varicocele repair: The purpose of the fertility experts under We Care IVF Surrogacy to perform the varicocele repair is to improve the causes of infertility in men. This is an outpatient surgical procedure and will be performed under local or general anaesthesia. The fertility expert will make 3 to 4 small incisions in the man’s abdomen. These incisions will be made close to the men’s testicles, descended initially through their abdominal wall. With the help of this procedure, fertility experts can identify the veins where varicocele is produced, and they will cut them to terminate the blood flow to the varicocele.
What’s the basic & best IVF treatment in Nepal procedure?
The basic & the best IVF treatment in Nepal step-by-step procedure is as follows:
Ovarian stimulation: To perform the best IVF treatment in Nepal, the fertility experts under We Care IVF surrogacy will conduct the ovarian stimulation by giving the fertility drugs that control the egg ripens’ timings and increase the woman chances to produce multiple eggs in one IVF cycle. The fertility experts will then monitor the growth and development of the eggs in a woman’s ovaries through ultrasound and blood tests that allow them to check the level of the hormone.
Egg collection: In this step, the fertility experts will collect the developed eggs from the woman’s ovaries using a hollow needle through the pelvic cavity. This procedure will be performed under local anaesthesia that helps to reduce any discomfort. There are cases in which, during egg collection, some women face cramping, which will be continued for several weeks. To get rid out of this pain, the fertility expert will recommend some painkillers.
Sperm collection: To get the best IVF treatment in Nepal, the fertility experts will collect the men sperms prepared to obtain by ejaculation, which is used for egg combining.
Fertilization: During egg fertilization, the embryologists under We Care IVF Surrogacy will examine the collected eggs and mix them with the sperm of the male member to ease the fertilization. Also, they will keep an eye on the growth of the embryo/s.
Embryo transfer: This is the step of the best IVF treatment in Nepal, where the formed embryo/s will be transferred into the woman’s uterus to establish a successful pregnancy.
Pregnancy test: The last step of the best IVF treatment in Nepal is the pregnancy test, which will be conducted after 14 days of embryo transfer. The fertility expert conducts an ultrasound and blood test when they hear the infant’s heartbeat that means the pregnancy is confirmed.
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