Diminished ovarian reserve
What does it mean to have a low or diminished ovarian reserve?
Ovarian Reserve refers to a woman’s ovary’s capacity to produce high-quality eggs (leading to the development of high-quality embryos). Reduced ovarian reserve is characterized as developing a low number and poor quality of eggs in a woman’s ovaries, or impaired growth of the current eggs, as one of the major causes of female infertility. As a result of 25-year research on the disease, the IVF centre in Delhi has specialized in treating women with diminished/low ovarian reserve.
Women that do not obtain the appropriate care also have trouble conceiving. And if they conceive, they have a higher rate of miscarriage than women with any other form of infertility diagnosis. On average, the quality of eggs determines 95 per cent of embryo quality, and low-quality embryos are less likely to mature and implant in the uterus, resulting in miscarriages. It may also result in the birth of children with health problems.
When a woman’s age grows, her ovarian reserve decreases. Women’s ovarian reserve begins to deteriorate as they get older. Thus, women over the age of 40 who are trying to conceive often have difficulty doing so. DOR isn’t just a disease that affects women over 40. It may also influence women of a younger generation.
Like women with DOR, women with POA have a hard time conceiving spontaneously or with the aid of fertility drugs. They are often misdiagnosed or not offered the correct care for their ovarian reserve status. Fortunately, these women can still attain outstanding results through the best IVF in Delhi; in reality, most of the POA patients have been successfully treated and conceived by the best IVF in Delhi.
Detection of Diminished Ovarian Reserve:
Treatment for DOR starts with early detection, which is crucial because it deteriorates with age once the ovarian reserve begins to deteriorate. The sooner a reduction in ovarian reserve is detected, the sooner successful therapy will increase pregnancy likelihood.
As a centre of vast experience and achievement for women with DOR, the IVF centre in Delhi sees many women who have put off care for the last 5-6 years; we’ve seen many women with POF or diminishing ovarian reserve as young as 18-20 years old. This is heartbreaking to see. The IVF centre in Delhiencourage them to quickly prepare their reproductive future, opting for either infertility treatment or freezing their eggs/embryos if they are well-established.
In any case of DOR, the sooner it is diagnosed and treated, the higher the chances of conceiving.
Treatment for Ovarian Reserve Depletion
Usually, women who have been diagnosed with DOR and have a high FSH level or a low AMH level are told by their reproductive endocrinologist that using donor eggs is the only way to conceive. That isn’t always the case, however. IVF clinic in Delhi is currently researching various hormone/technique applications to increase ovarian reserve or use protocols that lead to effective treatment in women with DOR, even without egg donation.
Low Ovarian Reserve Risk Factors Include:
Smoking, genetic disorders, family history of early menopause, history of cancer/gonadotoxic therapies, and advanced reproductive age are all factors to consider (Below 35 Yrs)
Ovarian Surgery in the Past (Ovarian Cyst/Endometriosis)
Treatment for Reduced Ovarian Reserve in India at IVF clinic in Delhi
Fortunately, after receiving the appropriate care for low ovarian reserve at the IVF clinic in Delhi, approximately one-third of our patients become pregnant using their eggs.
For the past 25 years, the IVF clinic in Delhi has successfully made multiple breakthroughs and advanced in the treatment methods to aid the latest technology and developments on women over 40 or younger with premature DOR.