P.G. Diploma Reproductive Medicine

Reproductive medicine is a field of healthcare dedicated to helping people build their families. It offers support to individuals or couples facing fertility challenges. Through treatments like in vitro fertilization (IVF) and other assisted reproductive technologies, reproductive medicine provides hope and solutions for those striving to become parents.

Teaching Methods:
Server-based classes

MBBS / MD/MS/ DNB/ Equivalent

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  1. Anatomy and physiology of Male and female reproduction
    Male reproduction involves testes, where sperm is made, and a system of tubes and glands to deliver it. Female reproduction includes ovaries with eggs, fallopian tubes for fertilization, a uterus for pregnancy, and a vagina. These systems work together in the miracle of life.
  2. Oocyte Reserve Test.(O.R.T.)
    The Oocyte Reserve Test (O.R.T.) is a simple blood test that measures a woman’s egg supply. It helps assess fertility and plan for family building. Knowing your egg reserve can guide family planning decisions and fertility treatments. Talk to a reproductive specialist for more information.
  3. USG and Hormonal Trigger
    Ultrasound (USG) and hormonal triggers are vital in fertility treatment. USG scans help monitor egg development, while hormonal triggers stimulate egg release for procedures like IVF. Together, they optimize the chances of a successful pregnancy. Consult a fertility specialist for personalized guidance.
  4. Sperm dysfunction and Abnormalities
    Sperm issues can affect fertility. Dysfunction and abnormalities in sperm shape, motility, or quantity may hinder conception. Lifestyle changes, dietary improvements, and medical treatments can help address these challenges. Consult a fertility specialist for guidance in achieving a successful pregnancy.
  5. Endometriosis and its role in infertility
    Endometriosis, a common condition in women, can impact fertility. Tissue similar to the uterine lining grows outside the uterus, causing pain and potential fertility issues. Early diagnosis and treatment by a healthcare professional can enhance the chances of successful conception.
  6. Tubal imaging(HSG)
    Hysterosalpingography (HSG) is a diagnostic test that checks the fallopian tubes and uterus for any issues. It uses a special dye and X-rays to spot blockages or irregularities, aiding in fertility evaluation. Consult a healthcare provider for a better understanding of your reproductive health.
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