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Our Fertility Treatments

By this time you must have consulted many doctors  & discussed about the treatment options for your infertility problems , here we give you brief idea about various options available according to the causes -for men & women at progeny ivf -icsi center:


The initials IVF stand for in vitro fertilisation, with “in vitro” being Latin for “in glass” – a reference to the glass test tubes used in the laboratory. This is how &from where the phrase ‘test tube baby’,  stems from. Read more


ICSI stands for Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection. The procedure involves egg collection  followed by  injection of a single sperm into the centre of each mature egg with the help of micromanipulator to help fertilisation to occur. Read more

Blastocyst Culture

This term describes the process when the embryos grow for longer in the laboratory, and undergo critical developmental changes before being returned to the womb. Read more


IMSI stands for Intracytoplasmic Morphologically Selected Sperm Injection. The IMSI process involves the assessment of sperm, at very high magnification, using an inverted microscope. This microscope provides a much greater magnifying power (about 6000x magnification) than the one normally used in ICSI (200x). Read more


The initials FET stand for Frozen Embryo Transfer. If you’ve had embryos frozen during a previous cycle, you can return to the Clinic to have some thawed and transferred to your womb. Read more


IUI stands for Intrauterine Insemination, a form of assisted conception treatment involving the injection of prepared sperm into the womb at the time of ovulation. You’ll need to take fertility drugs to stimulate egg production and ovulation, and to prepare the womb to receive embryos. Read more

Egg Freezing

Egg freezing is a relatively recent innovation and, so far, only a small number of babies have been born using thawed eggs. Read more

Egg Donation

For some women, the gift of donated eggs is their only chance to have a baby. However, there’s an acute shortage of egg donors. Read more

Egg Sharing

Fertility treatment often results in the production of more eggs than one woman may need. These could be used to help another patient who requires donated eggs to conceive a child – perhaps because of her age, early menopause or chemotherapy. Read more


When a woman agrees to carry and deliver your baby for you, she is referred to as the host or surrogate, and the process is known as surrogacy. We were the first clinic to offer IVF surrogacy treatment to heterosexual and same-sex couples, and the first IVF surrogacy baby was born in 1989. Our experienced team will guide and support you throughout the surrogacy process. Read more

Embryo Donation

Couples who’ve had IVF and completed their families, and who have spare embryos in storage at progeny ivf-icsi centre, sometimes decide to donate them to help others suffering infertility. We try to match the characteristics of embryo donors as closely as possible with those of the recipients. Read more

Embryo Freezing

Embryos are often frozen during an IVF cycle when fresh embryos are transferred and additional embryos created in that cycle, but not transferred at the time, are frozen. However, ‘embryo freezing’ is a specific treatment that involves entering an IVF cycle with the express intention of freezing all the resulting embryos. These can be stored for your future use for up to 10 years. Read more

Sperm Donation

One in six couples seeks medical help to achieve a pregnancy and, for some, treatment with donated sperm is their only hope of conceiving a baby. Read more

Sperm Freezing

Sperm freezing and banking is a form of fertility preservation, intended to keep open your options for having a child in the future. Read more


Surgical Sperm Retrieval (SSR) is a minor surgical procedure that’s used to harvest sperm directly from your testes or epididymi. Read more


PESA stands for Percutaneous Epididymal Sperm Aspiration. This is where a fine needle is inserted into the epididymus, above the testis, and sperm may be obtained by gentle suction. Read more


Testicular Sperm Aspiration (TESA) occurs when a fine needle is inserted into the testis and samples of tissue containing sperm are obtained by gentle suction. Read more


Micro-TESE stands for Microsurgical Sperm Retrieval from the Testicle. This involves an operation performed through a small midline incision in the scrotum, through which one or both testicles can be seen. Read more

Assisted Retrieval of Sperm or REE (Rectal Electro-Ejaculation)

This procedure involves obtaining a semen sample by using a rectal electro-ejaculator. Your Consultant Urologist will give you advice on how appropriate this procedure is in your case, and explain it fully during your consultation. Read more

Artificial Oocyte Activation (AOA)

In order for fertilisation to be successful, the sperm must release a specific functioning enzyme called Phospholipase C zeta (PLCζ) when it enters the egg. This induces waves of calcium oscillations across the egg to “activate it” allowing fertilisation to take place. A deficient or abnormal PLCζ may be the cause of failed or very low fertilisation. This can be overcome in some situations using a calcium ionophore solution to artificially activate the egg. Read more

Male Infertility

Male infertility is not widely understood and some men are still being told they will never be biological fathers although the reason for their infertility may be treatable, according toDr.pawan mehta our consultant urosurgeon.

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