At MHRT, we strive for providing medical excellence & patient satisfaction is a primary criteria. This IVF centre is committed to serve couples with varied problems ranging from irreversible infertility to chronic disorders using conventional as well as latest and advanced reproductive techniques.
In this fast world of automation, fast foods & sedentary life style, the incidence of Infertility is on the rise. The sole purpose of setting up this IVF centre is to bring hope and fulfillment to the lives of many childless couples. Dr. Roya Rozati one of the best infertility experts in Hyderabad is in par with par excellence and perfection
Infertility Management Procedures
ART includes all fertility treatments in which both eggs & sperms are handled. In general, an ART procedure involves eggs retrieval from the ovaries, combining them with sperm in the laboratory and returning them to uterus.
Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is the process by which sperm is deposited in a woman's uterus through artificial means. For many couples, this is a less invasive and more affordable alternative to IVF.
IVF is a multi-step process in which eggs (oocytes) are extracted from the woman's ovary (where the eggs are produced), fertilized by sperm in a laboratory, cultured into early embryos and then transferred into the woman's uterus.
Embryo transfer (ET) is a simple procedure that follows in vitro fertilization (IVF) and is often considered the final step of the in-vitro fertilization process.
Intracytoplasmic sperm injection is a procedure where a single sperm is injected into an egg with the help of micromanipulator instrument, and once fertilized embryos are placed into uterus.
Gamete Intrafallopian transfer is a procedure where retrieved eggs and sperms are placed together in fallopian tube & fertilization happens inside your body and the embryo implants naturally. Although, this procedure was once commonly practiced, it's rarely used today because the success with IVF is greater.
A fine needle is inserted into the testis and sample of tissue are obtained by gentle suction and examined under the microscope. If sperm are not found, a small tissue sample (testicular biopsy) is taken through a small incision in the scrotum and testis; sperm can then be extracted from the tissue. The cut is stitched back together with a couple of stitches.
This center is committed to serve couples with varied problems ranging from irreversible infertility to chronic disorders using conventional as well as latest and advanced reproductive techniques.