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Super Double Your Chances

How Does SDYC Help You?

  1. The Expected Success Rate Of An ART (IVF / ICSI) Cycle Is In The Range Of 35% To 40%. As The Success Rates In Art Has Reached A Sort Of Plateau, This Initiative By Ayaansh Hospital Gives An Opportunity Of A Second Cycle (At No Extra Procedural Cost*) If The First Cycle Does Not Lead To Clinical Pregnancy, Thus Doubling Your Chances Of Pregnancy*.
  2. We Would Offer Two Cycles Where The Patient Can Avail Of The Benefits Of DYC Program PLUS The Benefits Of Pre IVF Investigations, Anaesthesia And Semen Freezing Cost.

What Is SDYC Program?

  1. In A Typical ART Cycle, The Procedure Involves Hormone Treatment For Ovarian Stimulation By Daily Injections To Develop Eggs, Ultrasound Scans And Blood Tests For Monitoring This Process Of Multiple Egg Development, Egg Retrieval Under Short General Anaesthesia, Advanced Embryological Procedures Involving Sperms And Eggs In The Lab Followed By Transfer Of Good Quality Embryos Into The Uterus.
  2. In Addition To Above, Ayaansh Hospital Provides As A Part Of SDYC* Package, The Facility Of Inclusion Of Pre IVF Investigations, E2 Levels Cost (max up to 6). This Is Beneficial For First Time Ivf Patients Who Will Need To Get The Extensive Tests Done.

*Cost Of Medicines Will Be Charged @ Actual.

The Possible Treatment Options Under SDYC:

  • First cycle:
    • Ovarian Stimulation (To Develop Eggs)
    • Ovum Pick-Up (Egg Retrieval)
    • Embryo Transfer
  • Second Cycle: (If The First Cycle Does Not Lead To Clinical Pregnancy)
    • If Cryopreserved* Embryos Are Present - Thaw ET Cycle (Frozen Embryos Thawed And Transferred After Endometrial Preparation)
    • If Cryopreservation Of Embryos Was Not Possible In The 1St Cycle:
      • Ovarian Stimulation (To Develop Eggs)
      • Ovum Pick-up (Egg Retrieval)
      • Embryo Transfer
      • Cryopreservation If Good Grade Embryos Are Formed.

*Cost Of Cryo Preservation Will Be 20% Discount From The Standard Price List

Pricing Of DYC+ Program?

  • The Charges For A DYC+* Are Rs. 1,20,000/-.
  • This Includes:-
    • All Scans & Investigations*During Both Cycles Are Free
    • Anasthesia Is Included
    • E2 Level Investigations ( Max Up To 6)
    • Pre Ivf Investigations Are Included
    • Cost Of Medicines Will Be Charged At Actuals.
  • SDYC* Offers Two Cycles (To Be Completed Within 6 Months From The Date Of Registration).
  • A Detailed Review Of The SDYC* Program Shall Be Provided By Our Counselor At The Center.

All Pricing Benefits Will Be Explained In Detail By Our Counselor During Your First Visit To Ayaansh Hospital

What Are The Advantages Of Cryopreservation?

  • One Of The Key Pillars To Any Successful ART Programs Is The Cryopreservation Facility & Its Success Rate. Our Team Of Embryologists Are Experts In Advanced Art Techniques Including Vitrification With Collective Experience Of More Than 5000 ICSI Cycles To Their Credit.
  • In A Typical ART Cycle, Sometimes A Patient Produces Surplus Good Quality Embryos. DYC+* Program Offers The Advantage Of Freezing The Surplus Embryos And Then Using The Frozen Embryos For A Second Cycle If Needed If The First Cycle Does Not Lead To A Clinical Pregnancy.
  • The Benefit That The Patient Receives Is That She Can Undergo A Second Cryo Cycle*, Within This Treatment Plan, Without Having To Undergo The Physical And Financial Stress Of Ovarian Stimulation.

WHat Is Blastocyst And Its Benefits?

  • Conventionally In An IVF Cycle, The Embryos Are Transferred On Day 3 After Fertilization Has Occurred. These Embryos Are Made Up Of 4-8 Cells. After Embryo Transfer Into The Uterine Cavity These Embryos Grow To The Blastocyst Stage And Implant In The Endometrium. In Blastocyst Culture, The Embryos Are Allowed To Grow Upto The Blastocyst Stage In Special Culture Media.
  • Blastocyst Culture And Transfer Is Associated With Higher Implantation Rates. Studies Have Shown Implantation Rates As High As 50% With Blastocysts As Compared To 30% With Cleavage Stage Embryos. This Is More So In Patients With Good Prognostic Factors: Younger Age, Good Ovarian Reserve And Fewer Number Of Previous Failed IVF Cycles (Human Reproduction 1998;13:3434-40).

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