Oasis Fertility launches online portal on IVF treatment

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It will be dedicated to create awareness, increase knowledge, dispel myths and change mindsets

To remove the unnecessary fears and inhibitions regarding infertility,  Oasis Fertility has launched an online portal on IVF treatment. It aims to create awareness, increase knowledge, dispel myths and change mindsets. The site will hold awareness sessions, have blogs written by experts, a knowledge section and a Q&A page where people can post queries to be answered by experts.

Dr. Durga G Rao, Co-Founder and Medical Director, Oasis Fertility said, “IVF is one of the most important medical discoveries of the 20th century and it has revolutionized the field of reproductive medicine. But many couples are completely unaware of advanced fertility treatments and feel the door to parenthood is shut if they have fertility issues. We at Oasis believe in empowering couples through our knowledge portals, educative social media groups, Facebook Live, webinars, and other campaigns. As a holistic approach is needed to achieve pregnancy, we want the public to know the ins and outs of reproductive health and the available technologies.”

Dr. Krishna Chaitanya, Scientific Head and Chief Embryologist, Oasis Fertility said, “Every step towards achieving one’s parenthood dream is invaluable. Both the male and female partners should take proper care of reproductive health and also be aware of all the factors that can cause infertility. Infertility in men is on the rise and we at Oasis Fertility are one of the leaders in male infertility treatment as we have performed more than 100 micro-TESE, a very unique treatment for sperm retrieval. We hope through this initiative of worldivf.in, we can spread the knowledge on IVF to a larger population thereby emphasizing the importance of conceiving at an earlier age without any postponement.”

Research has identified significant gaps in people’s knowledge of fertility and artificial insemination techniques, contributing to a significant delay in planned parenthood. Effective educational programs need to be developed, to support informed decisions incase fertility knowledge and support informed family planning. Though millions suffer from infertility, very few couples are well informed about advanced fertility treatments and seek assistance from a fertility specialist.

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