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Till date, Pristyn Care has attended to more than 60,000 patients from all over the country by delivering the best of minimally invasive surgical treatments for various diseases

Pristyn Care adds new treatments in line with a shift in patient needs

UPDATED ON JAN 04, 2021 03:52 PM IST
To strengthen the healthcare delivery and provide inevitable healthcare needs, Pristyn Care has added new treatments.
Predicting human embryo viability using advanced artificial intelligence is the next big step in IVF treatment as this technology provides higher success rates and standardisation of embryo assessment across fertility centres in the country.
Predicting human embryo viability using advanced artificial intelligence is the next big step in IVF treatment as this technology provides higher success rates and standardisation of embryo assessment across fertility centres in the country.

Millions of couples in India to benefit from A.I. driven embryo selection

UPDATED ON AUG 06, 2020 07:01 PM IST
GoHealthe, a company that offers turnkey solutions in assisted reproduction has partnered with Life Whisperer, the fertility arm of A.I. healthcare company Presagen, which operates out of Adelaide (South Australia) to provide A.I. powered embryo selection in India to improve IVF success rates and help millions achieve their dream of parenthood.
Dr. Alia Reddy
Dr. Alia Reddy

Stay together and view fertility treatment as a battle

By Promotional Feature, HT Brand Studio
UPDATED ON JUN 19, 2020 11:44 AM IST
It is important to be empathetic and keep your position grounded. Infertility is perfectly curable, and the idea is to sail through the journey of having a baby together.
Dr. Babita Panda
Dr. Babita Panda

‘More couples are now aware about benefits of IVF’

By Promotional Feature, HT Brand Studio
UPDATED ON JUN 14, 2020 12:32 PM IST
IVF has become a way of life for many these days with knowledge and education level being enhanced.
Dr. Pratibha Makhija
Dr. Pratibha Makhija

‘Lot of social stigma surrounding medical intervention for infertility’

By Promotional Feature, HT Brand Studio
UPDATED ON JUN 11, 2020 10:48 AM IST
The blame of not being able to bear a child is still on the women, who are harassed mentally and physically while men hesitate to come to the clinic for the fear of being tested.
Men in Britain should be allowed to donate sperm after they die to meet growing demand from couples seeking fertility treatment, medical experts say.(Unsplash)
Men in Britain should be allowed to donate sperm after they die to meet growing demand from couples seeking fertility treatment, medical experts say.(Unsplash)

Posthumous sperm donation should be allowed, say UK experts

London | By Reuters
PUBLISHED ON JAN 22, 2020 02:22 PM IST
Posthumous sperm donation is technically feasible and morally acceptable, the specialists said in a review published in the Journal of Medical Ethics.
Marriage and childbirth are increasingly divisive topics in South Korea.(Unsplash)
Marriage and childbirth are increasingly divisive topics in South Korea.(Unsplash)

No sex, no babies: S.Korea’s emerging feminists reject marriage

Seoul | By Reuters
UPDATED ON JAN 20, 2020 03:32 PM IST
Two South Korean YouTubers who vow to stay single have caused uproar in the east Asian nation as it battles the world’s lowest fertility rate.
Here’s how you can reduce risk of infertility.(Shutterstock)
Here’s how you can reduce risk of infertility.(Shutterstock)

Secondary infertility, losing weight could help improve your chances of getting pregnant

Asian News International | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON AUG 20, 2018 12:00 PM IST
Secondary infertility is the inability to become pregnant or to carry a baby to term after previously giving birth to a baby. Studies suggest that losing 5-10% of the body weight can reduce the risk of secondary infertility.
Is there a perfect age to get pregnant? The choice to have children is extremely personal but here’s what doctors and research say. (HT File Photo)
Is there a perfect age to get pregnant? The choice to have children is extremely personal but here’s what doctors and research say. (HT File Photo)

What is the best age to have a baby? This is what science, doctors suggest

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By Sanya Panwar
UPDATED ON AUG 01, 2018 09:08 AM IST
There is an ideal age when women’s bodies are best suited to pregnancy. Can you guess what it is? We’ll give you a hint: It’s when many of us have a quarter-life crisis.
Virtual reality distraction was shown to be effective to reduce experimental pain.(Shutterstock)
Virtual reality distraction was shown to be effective to reduce experimental pain.(Shutterstock)

VR sessions could reduce anxiety, boost chances of IVF success

Hindustan Times | By Soma Das
UPDATED ON JUN 03, 2018 05:02 PM IST
Virtual reality (VR) sessions prior to sedation for IVF treatment has been shown to reduce their anxiety and improve successful pregnancy rate.
A poor diet and lead to a delayed pregnancy.(Shutterstock)
A poor diet and lead to a delayed pregnancy.(Shutterstock)

A diet of junk food, no fruits leads to delayed pregnancy

Hindustan Times | By Kabir Bhandari
UPDATED ON MAY 04, 2018 12:12 PM IST
A poor diet and having little or no fruits can lead to delayed pregnancies.
The biological clock is real and postponing parenthood to your 40s, say doctors, can cause serious health problems.(Getty Images)
The biological clock is real and postponing parenthood to your 40s, say doctors, can cause serious health problems.(Getty Images)

Ladies, your early 30s is a good time to have a baby. Here’s why

Asian News International | By Asian News International
UPDATED ON APR 05, 2018 03:45 PM IST
More and more women and men these days are opting to marry late, which pushes starting a family to an even later age. But for those who do want experience parenthood, however delayed, it is advisable to start thinking about it in your late 20s and plan a baby by your early 30s.
Lakshmi Sharath is a travel writer. She was diagnosed with endometriosis a decade ago.
Lakshmi Sharath is a travel writer. She was diagnosed with endometriosis a decade ago.

Living in pain, and in fear of the pain: My struggle with endometriosis

Hindustan Times | By Lakshmi Sharath
PUBLISHED ON MAR 31, 2018 06:01 PM IST
My life was taken over by the disease, my mind crippled, my confidence dented. Over the years, I rediscovered faith. Every day is still a battle. I live on hope.
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