Get the Best Fertility Treatment in Oman
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There’s nothing more important than starting or growing your family when you’re ready, but it can be difficult if you’re dealing with infertility issues. There are many fertility treatment hospitals in Oman that provide fertility treatment that maximizes your chances of having a baby in our hospital in Oman, so you can start your own family as soon as possible. With a team of reproductive specialists, their fertility treatment helps to identify the cause of infertility and treat it with an efficient and non-invasive approach that is tailored to your specific needs. You can count on them for the following fertility treatments: in vitro fertilization (IVF), intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), gamete intrafallopian transfer (GIFT), embryo freezing, and micro-dose medication.

  • IVF: IVF is an acronym for in vitro fertilization. This procedure involves taking a woman’s egg and mixing it with a man’s sperm outside the body. The fertilized egg is then implanted into her uterus, hopefully leading to a healthy pregnancy. While IVF can be used to treat infertility in both men and women, it is primarily used as a fertility treatment for women who have been diagnosed with blocked fallopian tubes or endometriosis. Before undergoing any fertility treatment, patients are given an endocrinology workup to ensure that they are entering this process with no underlying hormonal problems.
  • Embryo Transfer Procedure: The embryo transfer procedure is a minimally-invasive procedure used to transfer an embryo into the uterus. The doctor may use ultrasound for guidance but doesn’t need to insert a needle through your abdomen or cervix. The doctor will enter your vagina and use a catheter that has been connected to a syringe with liquid. When they see the opening of your uterus, they’ll inject some air into it so that it expands and can hold the embryo. Next, they’ll remove the syringe from inside you and replace it with the syringe containing the embryos, which will be injected directly into your uterus. After several minutes, they’ll withdraw their hand and close up your vagina with stitches to keep everything secure.
  • Intrauterine Insemination Treatment: Intrauterine Insemination is one of the simplest fertility treatments available. It doesn’t require surgery or any hormones, and it has a lower rate of side effects than other types of fertility treatments. Plus, it’s less expensive than some other treatment options. Intrauterine Insemination may not be for everyone, but it might be worth considering as your first step if you’re feeling frustrated with your current infertility strategy or you want to try something low-cost and low-risk before moving on to more invasive procedures. 
  • gamete intrafallopian transfer (GIFT): GIFT is a type of assisted reproductive technology (ART) that involves placing sperm and eggs into fallopian tubes. The procedure is also known as tubal embryo transfer or TET. Unlike traditional IVF treatments, it doesn’t require surgery to retrieve eggs from the ovaries. Instead, small amounts of hormones are injected into the woman’s body to stimulate egg production. The best time for GIFT treatment is when there are enough eggs available for fertilization. It takes about three weeks for doctors to confirm that enough eggs have been produced before GIFT can take place.
  • Ovarian Stimulation: An ovulation induction cycle is typically recommended for those who have been unable to conceive on their own. The process starts with a medication regimen to stimulate egg production and release. Ovulation induction medications are taken orally and can be prescribed by your fertility specialist or gynecologist.