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Kokkalai, Thrissur, Kerala, India - 680 007
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2nd floor, Metropolitan Hospital, Kokkalai, Thrissur, Kerala, India
The most complex and challenging area of hospital construction is the operating department.
The medical specialty that deals with men’s health including fertility issues of men is called Andrology.
Ultrasound scans use sound waves to create a picture of your baby in your womb and show in screen.
We have a set of diagnostic methods that detect the problems of your reproduction system. The modern equipments gives the best results.
The pharmacy at our hospital is focused on try to improve the quality of the medicines provided and also to make it more cost effective.
The serial ultrasonic monitoring of the ovarian follicles used to identify maturation status of eggs is known as follicular monitoring.It is used to assess the size of the follicle that supports the growing egg and for determining the thickness of the uterine lining.Read More
30 to 40% of infertile women have problems with ovulation. An egg has to be released from the ovary each month in the middle of the cycle to have the opportunity to be fertilized in the tube and subsequently implant in the uterus to develop into a pregnancy. Ovulation can be induced by a variety of different medications. Your physician will discuss which treatment regime is right for you.Read More
An embryo that has progressed to a stage where it begins to form a fluid-filled core is called a blastocyst. This is a critical part of embryo development which usually occurs five to six days after ovulation. Blastocyst transfer is the placement of blastocysts into the uterus.Read More
During any IVF (in vitro fertilization) procedure, eggs and sperm are combined external to a woman's body. These fertilized eggs are then allowed to develop into embryos. Eventually, one or more of these embryos will be placed inside the uterus – a process called embryo transfer.Read More
Semen cryopreservation or sperm banking is the process of preserving sperm cells. The preserved sperm can be used indefinitely after the process. Semen samples are slowly frozen in liquid nitrogen vapours. Once the samples have been frozen, they are placed in special containers where they are stored in the liquid nitrogen until they are needed.Read More
In a typical IVF or ICSI treatment cycle, the woman’s ovaries are stimulated to produce many eggs. Following fertilization and embryo culture, the best embryos are selected for embryo transfer. For about 50% of couples, there will also be good embryos which are surplus to those required for embryo transfer.Read More
Oocyte freezing or Egg freezing is a process in which a woman's eggs (oocytes) are extracted, frozen and stored as a method to preserve reproductive potential in women of reproductive age.Read More