Dr.sathya balasubramanyam

MD DNB MRCOG (UK) FNB(Reprod med)

CASE 1

Mrs A was diagnosed  to have endometrial hyperplasia with severe atypia in her uterine lining which in layman terms means premalignant(precancerous), underwent medical treatment with an oncologist( cancer specialist) for 1 year, obtained clearance for fertility treatment and went on to concieve after IVF.

CASE 2

Mrs B, HIV positive on Antiretroviral therapy approached us for IVF treatment. Most hospitals were unwilling to treat her. Her husband was HIV negative. We obtained a clearance for her Physician and our hospital authorities.We took special precautions for the theatre staff and embryology staff including special clothes, gloves and eyewear. Embryos were stored in a separate cryotank so that other embryos are safe. She conceived with a single baby and has delivered a girl child who is doing well and is not affected by the same disease.

CASE 3

Mr C had Non obstructive azoospermia, with previous three failed ICSI cycles. We performed micro TESE which is a revolutionary development in the management of non obstructive azoospermia where an operating microscope is used to identify those areas of the Testes which have a higher likelihood of getting sperms. His wife has conceived and has a single live intrauterine pregnancy.

CASE 4

Mrs D had a history of recurrent miscarriages, an increased clotting tendency- thrombophilia, resistant PCOS and her husband had High Sperm DNA fragmentation. We used special techniques like MFSS and PICSI to select sperms. As we had collected a large number of eggs, we also proceeded with testicular sperm aspiration(TESA) as DNA fragmentation is significantly less in the testicular sperms. She has twin ongoing pregnancy has left for the USA for further antenatal care and delivery.

CASE 5

Mr.E had Hypogonadotrophic Hypogonadism a condition where sperms were not being produced due to failure of signals from the brain. With gonadotrophins, his sperms appeared in good numbers. His wife, a nurse working in Ireland had a fibroid which was interfering with implantation. This was removed. She had previous three failed attempts at IVF. She conceived this time and is doing well in her pregnancy.

CASE 6

Mrs F has a condition called Adenomyosis where the implantation capacity of the uterus is significantly reduced. Her uterus was abnormally enlarged. We operated on her to debulk her uterus. She was also put on suppressive injections prior to embryo transfer. She is currently happily pregnant.

CASE 7

Mrs G had PCOS of a very resistant variety called polymorphism where eggs were not growing with conventional drugs ( recombinant FSH). We shifted to HMG collected 5 eggs and the rest of it fell in place. She has delivered and is doing well and so is her baby.

CASE 8

Mrs H suffers from a condition called Turner's syndrome which is a chromosomal abnormality where a woman runs out of eggs very early in life. They need to undergo donor egg programme. She also had a refractory endometrium ( thin uterine lining) which took several weeks to get ready sing multiple drugs. She went on conceive and is in her mid pregnancy now.

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DR.SATHYA BALASUBRAMANYAM

Dr. Sathya Balasubramanyam

MD DNB MRCOG (UK)
FNB(Reprod med)
CLOUD NINE HOSPITAL

Clinical Director Fertility

SEETHAPATHY CLINIC AND HOSPITAL

Consultant Reproductive Medicine

SUNDARAM MEDICAL FOUNDATION

Consultant Reproductive Medicine

VIJAYA HOSPITAL

Consultant Reproductive Medicine


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