Fertility
Let us help you get pregnant!

At your first Fertility meeting with us, we take a detailed history and perform a thorough physical examination and thereafter curate a list of tests specifically for the both of you.

Performing Intra Uterine Inseminations (IUI) at our clinic is almost like an art form and the days leading up to the procedure is full of wonder and excitement.

An IUI is a procedure where we scan your eggs until they are about to “pop” (ovulate). We then give you an injection to help us time the ovulation. On the right date and time, we obtain hubby’s semen that has been processed at the lab. Using a special device, we introduce these fast swimmers into the uterine cavity, start our specific hormonal regime and await the next 2 weeks with bated breath.

Fertility Issues we manage at KI include:

  • Vaginismus (painful intercourse)-we are very proud to be successful in helping many patients over come this issue with a range of medical grade devices taught in the privacy of our clinic suite.
  • Lack of ovulation-a simple tablet may all you need to help you ovulate and conceive naturally without needing any further medical intervention.
  • Womb lining polyps-a quick wash of the inner womb will get that cleared out.
  • Ovarian Cysts and Endometriosis-A meticulous laparoscopic cystectomy and adhesion removal will help clear the cysts and adhesions due to endometriosis. Following the surgery, we have a range of medical options to maintain the cleaned pelvic cavity from developing further endometriosis.
  • Trying to conceive for more than a year (less than 35 years of age) or more than 6 months (more than 35 years of age)
Media Clippings

ENDOMETRIOSIS Medical Grapevine Asia

What is Endometriosis and what causes it? Every month, a woman’s ovaries produce hormones that tell the lining of the womb to get thicker. The womb (uterus) then sheds these cells (called endometrial cells) along with blood and tissue through the vagina when a woman has her period. Endometriosis occurs when these endometrial cells grow outside the uterus in other parts of the body.

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