Genome The Fertility Centre is a single stop Brand providing 360 degree fertility care for all fertility related issues and needs catering to couples facing challenges in achieving pregnancy.
Genome prides itself on providing high-quality care. We collaborate with a number of national and international organisations to regulate and accredit our services, guaranteeing that they are of the greatest quality.
In general, male variables account for around one-third of infertility cases, while female factors account for the other one-third. Infertility is caused by a mix of disorders in both partners in the remaining one-third of infertile couples, or it remains unexplained in roughly 20% of instances.
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If you wish to conceive, making specific changes to your diet can overall enhance your fertility. The food and lifestyle habits one follow does have a momentous impact on the fertility health of male and female.
When you wish to avoid pregnancy or try to conceive, then you must have a fair idea of your fertile window. Fertile window refers to the number of days around ovulation where the probability of ovulation is maximum.
Miscarriages are widely noted among 20% of all pregnancies, usually in the first 15-weeks. Suffering from 1 or 2 miscarriages is not an indication of upcoming infertility.