Infertility Center

In India it is estimated that approximately 25% of all couples of fertile age suffer from infertility. This figure is on the rise may be because of increased urbanization and pollution, stress, a competitive work environment, obesity and a hectic and fast paced lifestyle. Infertility related problems could strike anyone rich or poor, educated or illiterate.
The primary objective of our infertility center is to offer affordable infertility services under one roof. The skillful & experienced team of Infertility Specialists & Embryologists under the able leadership of Dr. Punyavathi C Nagaraj ensures that our center is at the forefront of excellence. Other range of experienced supportive & care professionals like Surgeons, Andrologist, Sonologist, Administrator, Nursing Staff and Counselor to give the best chance of completing their family.
Punya Hospital is equipped with all the modern equipments necessary for the management of Infertility patients comparable with international standards.

Laparoscopic Procedures For Infertility Treatments

Endometrial Polyps Removal

Endometrial polyps occur in women during their reproductive age. This is one of the commonest causes for abnormal uterine bleeding. Overgrowth of the inside lining of the uterus known as endometrium is known as polyps. Endometrial polyps are generally benign. But there are possibilities that the endometrial polyps can be harmful also. When endometrial polyps are removed they are sent for examination to a laboratory.
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Laparoscopic Oxidopexy

In human beings testicles are situated inside the sac beneath the scrotum (penis). In a foetus testicles are formed inside the abdomen which descends into its final position by the time the baby is born. In some cases the testicles do not move downwards to its exact location and remains somewhere in between. Such testicles are referred as undescended testicles. Undescended testicles are classified based on the position where they are remaining at the time of birth and whether they can be felt or not (palpable or non palpable)
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Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Treatment

Pelvic inflammatory disease is a medical term referred to indicate the inflammation caused to the ovaries, fallopian tubes and the uterus. Inflammation of the above organs is usually accompanied by the formation scar tissues which eventually lead to adhesions. Untreated sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and infection caused by bacteria in the uterus and nearby organs is the root cause for the formation of pelvic inflammatory diseases. Having more than one sex partner and unrestrained sexual activity are the major causes for the formation of pelvic inflammatory diseases.
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Polycystic Disease Of Ovaries

Polycystic disease of ovaries is a major cause of infertility among women. Poly cystic ovarian syndrome is hormone problem in which number of small cysts is formed in their ovaries. These cysts can lead to serious health problem like diabetics and heart problems. Earlier diagnosis and treatment has been found to be extremely beneficial in reducing the symptoms and in preventing long term consequences.
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Laparoscopic Surgery On Fallopian Tubes

Fallopian tube is the tube connect the ovaries to the uterus. The egg meets the sperm in the fallopian tube and fertilization takes place in this tube. The fetus so formed is transported and implanted in the uterus with the help of fallopian tubes. Any blocks in the fallopian tube may prevent the passage of sperm, egg and fetus to the womb. This is a common cause of infertility which can be corrected by many surgical procedures.
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What is Endometriosis?

Endometriosis is the abnormal growth of endometrial tissue similar to that which lines the interior of the uterus, but in a location outside of the uterus. Endometrial tissue is shed each month during menstruation. Areas of endometrial tissue found in ectopic locations are called endometrial implants. These lesions are most commonly found on the ovaries, the Fallopian tubes, the surface of the uterus, the bowel, and on the membrane lining of the pelvic cavity (i.e. the peritoneum). They are less commonly found to involve the vagina, cervix, and bladder. Rarely, endometriosis can occur outside the pelvis. Endometriosis has been reported in the liver, brain, lung, and old surgicalscars. Endometrial implants, while they may become problematic, are usually benign (i.e. non-cancerous).

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Meet Our Expert

Dr.Punyavathi C NagarajDr. Punyavathi C Nagaraj

MBBS., MD (OBG)., FMAS., Diploma in Gynaec Endosopic Surgeries (Germany) Specialties: Laparoscopic Gynaecologist Graduation: MBBS from KIMS Bangalore – passed out in the year 1993-94 Registrar in the Dept of OB GYNAEC from 1996 to 1998 MD (OBG) from KIMS Bangalore
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