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Animated video from New Hope Fertility Center (🤍) showing the process of follicular development and ovulation. Follicles develop inside - and eventually rupture, being released outside - the ovaries. The float into the nearest fallopian tube which directs it to the uterus. Sperm can penetrate the egg beginning embryonic development, if it successfully implants in the uterus you will have a pregnancy.
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The ideal size of the follicle would be above 19 mm. This will have a successful ovulation. The day between 1 to 5 the ideal follicle size would be more than 10 mm to have successful ovulation. If there is less than 10 mm size, then the chances of ovulation is very very less. The days between 5 and 10, the size of the follicle would be more than 10 mm to have a successful ovulation. If the size is between 10 and 15 mm, the chance of ovulation will be very less. The ideal size for the ovulation will be 19 mm and above. That leads to a successful ovulation to have a successful conception.
Ovulation induction drug in IUI procedure is usually started at around the 2nd day of the periods. So after that serial ultrasound are conducted to know the growth of the follicles. So once the follicles has reached a mature size, that is around 18 to 20 mm, we give a maturing or rupturing injection. So the major follicle is somewhere between 18 to 20 mm and on colour doppler we see a good flow in the follicle. So such a follicle is taken as a major follicle.
In this video, Dr Mike simply explains what role the gonadotropins (FSH and LH) play in both the male and female reproductive systems.
Scientists in Berlin have used human adult stem cells to develop hair follicles, from which hair then grows naturally. The treatment provides new hope for people suffering from hair loss.Only a few hair follicles would need to be taken from the"patient"and used to generate as much new hair as is needed, which can then be grafted. This breakthrough has also brought the scientists a big step closer to their original research goal, which was to use lab-generated hair follicles on a chip as a substitute for animal experiments in testing creams and cosmetics. Many substances in the creams we use actually enter the body through our hair follicles rather than our skin.
Buy On Website - 🤍 Buy On Amazon - 🤍 Buy On Flipkart - 🤍 Fertility Monitor - 🤍 Hello, I am Dr Supriya Puranik, IVF Consultant & Gynaecologist for the last 20 years. In this video, I will explain what is a follicular study/ follicular monitoring and why is it important for you to get pregnant faster. What are Follicles? Follicles are fluid-filled sacs of the ovaries that can contain an egg. Women have two ovaries, one on the right and one on the left. During the first week or so after your period begins, both ovaries are at work growing the tiny follicles that could become mature eggs. However, around day 7, one follicle becomes the dominant egg and the other follicles eventually degenerate. Dominant Egg continues to grow in preparation for release with the help of your hormones FSH, Estrogen. Once the follicle reaches 16mm - 21mm size, it ruptures to release the egg. This is called Ovulation. What is Follicular Study and how does it work? Follicular study is done by Ultrasound Scans in the clinic or hospital. It allows doctors to know if the growth of your follicles is normal and Ovulation is actually happening. It also tells them if there is any issue like cysts in the Ovary. Ultrasound monitoring usually begins on day 3 of the cycle, to assess a baseline size, as well as exclude if there are any cyst. From day 7, the dominant follicle which is expected to ovulate can be identified and scans are done every alternate day. With every scan, the size of the follicle is measured and once the follicle reaches 16 mm size, daily monitoring of follicle is recommended. The follicle will grow in size and then rupture to release the egg. This is an indication of Ovulation. Follicular Study is the most accurate way to track ovulation and check the follicle growth and any other issues. But it has some disadvantages also. What are the disadvantages of Follicular Study? The biggest problem is that it adds to stress and anxiety. It’s a proven fact that mental pressure might actually bring down the fertility levels and a desire to have sex, which further reduces your chances of conception. Work and career get affected because you need frequent scanning. We lead busy lives these days, and spending hours travelling and sitting in the doctor’s office is not easy or practical. Regular follicular scans would essentially mean taking leaves from work. The most accurate way to do the Follicular Scans is a transvaginal scan. But because women find it invasive, many scan centres ask for an abdominal one whose accuracy is less than trans-vaginal scans. Check out our other videos - Pregnant कैसे बने with Inito Fertility Monitor - 🤍 प्रेग्नेंट कैसे बने? | How to get pregnant or conceive? | Hindi | Dr Supriya Puranik- 🤍 नॉर्मल डिलीवरी के लिए महत्वपूर्ण टिप्स | Tips for Normal Delivery | Dr Supriya Puranik, Pune - 🤍 प्रेग्नन्सी के ७ महत्वपूर्ण लक्षण | 7 Early Pregnancy Symptoms - Hindi | Dr Supriya Puranik, Pune- 🤍 #FollicularStudy #FollicularScan #FollicularMonitoring
The aim in IUI procedure when we give an ovulation induction is we give ovulation induction drugs so that 1 or at the most 2 follicles are developed. Usually what happens physiologically is only 1 egg is released from either of the ovary per month. So in this procedure we are mimicking the physiology. So when we give the ovulation induction drugs, we aim at releasing 1 or at the most 2 follicles.
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The follicular tracking scan serves to image the organs of the pelvis including the uterus, the lining of the uterus and the ovaries at certain times of the cycle. We perform transvaginal scanning for our patients undergoing this type of examination as this method of scanning is superior to transabdominal scanning. More on 🤍
🤍 1. Follicular monitoring क्या होती है और क्यों कि जाती है 2. अंडा कैसा होना चाहिए जिससे कि fertilization हो सके 3. What is the ideal size of mature follicle for infertility treatment 4. Follicle development and ovulation
. Chapters 0:00 Introduction 0:04 What are blocked hair follicle? 1:22 What are the causes of blocked hair follicle? 2:55 What are the symptoms of blocked hair follicle? 3:26 What is the treatment of blocked hair follicle? The hair follicle is an organ found in mammalian skin. It resides in the dermal layer of the skin and is made up of 20 different cell types, each with distinct functions. The hair follicle regulates hair growth via a complex interaction between hormones, neuropeptides, and immune cells. This complex interaction induces the hair follicle to produce different types of hair as seen on different parts of the body. For example, terminal hairs grow on the scalp and lanugo hairs are seen covering the bodies of fetuses in the uterus and in some newborn babies. The process of hair growth occurs in distinct sequential stages: anagen is the active growth phase, catagen is the regression of the hair follicle phase, telogen is the resting stage, exogen is the active shedding of hair phase and kenogen is the phase between the empty hair follicle and the growth of new hair. The function of hair in humans has long been a subject of interest and continues to be an important topic in society, developmental biology and medicine. Of all mammals, humans have the longest growth phase of scalp hair compared to hair growth on other parts of the body. For centuries, humans have ascribed esthetics to scalp hair styling and dressing and it is often used to communicate social or cultural norms in societies. In addition to its role in defining human appearance, scalp hair also provides protection from UV sun rays and is an insulator against extremes of hot and cold temperatures. Differences in the shape of the scalp hair follicle determine the observed ethnic differences in scalp hair appearance, length and texture. There are many human diseases in which abnormalities in hair appearance, texture or growth are early signs of local disease of the hair follicle or systemic illness. Well known diseases of the hair follicle include alopecia or hair loss, hirsutism or excess hair growth and lupus erythematosus. The position and distribution of hair follicles changes over the body. For example, the skin of the palms and soles does not have hair follicles whereas skin of the scalp, forearms, legs and genitalia has abundant hair follicles. There are many structures that make up the hair follicle. Anatomically, the triad of hair follicle, sebaceous gland and arrector pili muscle make up the pilosebaceous unit. A hair follicle consists of : The papilla is a large structure at the base of the hair follicle. The papilla is made up mainly of connective tissue and a capillary loop. Cell division in the papilla is either rare or non-existent.[contradictory] Around the papilla is the hair matrix. A root sheath composed of an external and internal root sheath. The external root sheath appears empty with cuboid cells when stained with H&E stain. The internal root sheath is composed of three layers, Henle's layer, Huxley's layer, and an internal cuticle that is continuous with the outermost layer of the hair fiber. The bulge is located in the outer root sheath at the insertion point of the arrector pili muscle. It houses several types of stem cells, which supply the entire hair follicle with new cells, and take part in healing the epidermis after a wound. Stem cells express the marker LGR5+ in vivo. Other structures associated with the hair follicle include the cup in which the follicle grows known as the infundibulum, the arrector pili muscles, the sebaceous glands, and the apocrine sweat glands. Hair follicle receptors sense the position of the hair. Attached to the follicle is a tiny bundle of muscle fiber called the arrector pili. This muscle is responsible for causing the follicle lissis to become more perpendicular to the surface of the skin, and causing the follicle to protrude slightly above the surrounding skin (piloerection) and a pore encased with skin oil. This process results in goose bumps (or goose flesh). Also attached to the follicle is a sebaceous gland, which produces the oily or waxy substance sebum. The higher the density of the hair, the more sebaceous glands that are found.
For more information 🤍 Follicle Ultrasound - Follicle Tracking - Folliculometry in 3D Scan. 3D ultrasound examination of the ovary in the mid cycle gives a global view of the anatomy of the ovary, the follicular set and the number of maturing follicles. The dominant follicle appears as a rounded or oval, thin walled, echo-free cystic vesicle under the ovarian capsule. Hyperstimulation due to ovarian induction is recognized by: Bilateral ovarian enlargement. Multiplicity of maturing follicles. Wheel spokes arrangement under the capsule. Variable fluid collection (pelvic and intra-abdominal). 4 planer view of a 3D scan of the ovary at the mid cycle gives the 3D global and the concurrent 2D views. The three views (sagittal, coronal and axial) of the anatomy of the ovary are displayed. The follicular set, the number of maturing follicles and its relations to the ovarian surface are seen in all views. The Graafian follicle appears as a rounded or oval thin walled echo-free cystic vesicle under the ovarian capsule. The different 2D views show a mature ovarian follicle in the longitudinal, transverse and coronal planes of the ovary. Simultaneous view of the ovarian follicle in a 3D format demonstrating its smooth interior wall and the echo free filled cavity compared to a smaller follicles clustered at the periphery of the ovary (in inversion mode). Follicle Ultrasound - Follicle Tracking - Folliculometry in 3D Scan. 3D ultrasound examination of the ovary in the mid cycle gives a global view of the anatomy of the ovary, the follicular set and the number of maturing follicles. The dominant follicle appears as a rounded or oval, thin walled, echo-free cystic vesicle under the ovarian capsule. Hyperstimulation due to ovarian induction is recognized by: Bilateral ovarian enlargement. Multiplicity of maturing follicles. Wheel spokes arrangement under the capsule. Variable fluid collection (pelvic and intra-abdominal). 4 planer view of a 3D scan of the ovary at the mid cycle gives the 3D global and the concurrent 2D views. The three views (sagittal, coronal and axial) of the anatomy of the ovary are displayed. The follicular set, the number of maturing follicles and its relations to the ovarian surface are seen in all views. The Graafian follicle appears as a rounded or oval thin walled echo-free cystic vesicle under the ovarian capsule. The different 2D views show a mature ovarian follicle in the longitudinal, transverse and coronal planes of the ovary. Simultaneous view of the ovarian follicle in a 3D format demonstrating its smooth interior wall and the echo free filled cavity compared to a smaller follicles clustered at the periphery of the ovary (in inversion mode).
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The follicular study is a series of transvaginal ultrasound scans that studies the growth of follicles in a woman's ovaries to identify the exact ovulation window in her menstrual cycle. Check our blog for more information: English: 🤍 தமிழ்: 🤍 #follicularstudy #ovulation #drdeepthijammi ● Dr. Deepthi Jammi is the Director of “Jammi Scans” (Formerly Chennai Women’s Clinic & Scan Center) located in T. Nagar, Chennai. ● She is a Gynaecologist and an expert at performing pregnancy scans. ● She has a Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Fetal Medicine. Over a period of 12 years, she has performed over 100,000 pregnancy ultrasound scans. ● Her core skill set is to help women conceive, have a safe pregnancy and deliver a healthy baby (in collaboration with OB/GYNs). ● At Jammi Scans, we have the facility to perform various scans like Early pregnancy scan, NT scan to detect Down syndrome, Anomaly scans to detect any abnormalities in fetal development. ● Dr.Deepthi has successfully managed many mothers requiring advanced interventional procedures such as Amniocentesis, Fetal Reduction, NIPT, Intrauterine Blood Transfusion (IUT) and Chorionic Villus Sampling. To know more details about Jammi Scans English Website - 🤍 Tamil Website - 🤍 Address “Jammi Scans” (Formerly Chennai Women’s Clinic & Scan Center) 16, Vaidhyaraman Street, Parthasarathy Puram, T.Nagar, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600017 Opposite BJP Office, First Right Opposite Hindi Prachar Sabha. Phone: 7338771733 / 7904513421 / 044-43594620 Mail: management🤍jammiscans.com DISCLAIMER All the information provided by Jammi Scans (Formerly Chennai Women’s Clinic and Scan Center) and/or Dr.Deepthi Jammi (henceforth called the CREATORS) through its video, blog series is strictly for informational purposes only, and all content, including text, graphics, video, images, and information, contained on or available through its digital platforms are only general information about gynecology, obstetric ultrasound scan services, practices, and standards, and the same is intended for information purposes only. Any video, audio, or text content is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. The information provided by the CREATORS should not be used to self-diagnose or self-treat any health condition. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health providers on any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay seeking it because of some information/inference you may have gathered from any video, audio, or text content published by the CREATORS. The medical information, on any platform (digital or print), published by the CREATORS is provided “as is” without any representations or warranties, express or implied. The CREATORS shall not be responsible or liable for the use of any advice or information that you may obtain through this website as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.
How big should my follicles grow before it is triggered? This is a very common question that Dr. John Zhang, Medical Director of NHFC, receives on a daily basis. In this video, he addresses this question in details and the factors that doctors and patients should look at before triggering.
There are several ways to do a follicle tracking scan one is transabdominal scan other one is transvaginal mode but transvaginal ultrasound is supposed to be the best one as it gives the utmost clarity of the size of follicle, ovaries and lining of the womb. A baseline scan on the second or third day of the menstrual cycle is something which is very important to understand what is anti follicular scan and this would give an idea of egg reserve which is a very important thing when women has to understand how much time she can give for herself to make sure that pregnancy happens normally. After this the next scan can be scheduled between 8th day and 10th day of the menstrual cycle and there we notice lining of he uterus and the follicle has started growing. Follicle can grow on the right side or left side or in right or left ovary, this depends on the sensitivity of these follicles to the hormones. We do a scan on 10th day and we notice there is a 15mm of follicle and then another scan is done after two days follicle would have become 17-18mm usually by the 15th or 16th egg release happens. In the scan we will also notice that the ovulation has happened, also we see the free fluid follicular fluid which is escaped after the follicle is all there behind the uterus which is the important evidence of ovulation or egg release. And all these help us figure out proper time for egg release.
Doctor Ricky Brown breaks down this incredible hair transplant procedure where doctors are able to remove hair follicles still growing with their roots and implant them one by one back into your scalp to give you back your hair. #shorts #doctor #hairtransplant #education #medical
The size of the follicles in the PCOS is not important or not relevant. In PCOD the, the ovaries are enlarged and there are multiple ovaries that are subcentric in size. So the size of the follicles does not hold any relevance to your chances of conceiving.
Development of ovarian follicle starts when oogonium gets covered by a single layer of flat follicular cells to form primordial follicle. Watch medical animation videos on sqadia.com 🤍 Small fluid filled cavities appear between follicular cells that fuse together to form antrum. Antrum increases in size. Granulosa cells that surround oocyte are called cumulus oophoricus and those that attach oocyte to wall of the follicle are called discus proligerus. Embryology Lectures Collection - 🤍 As follicle expands, theca interna and theca externa appears. Matured ovarian follicle is called Graafian follicle. 5500+ Medical Videos Try for FREE! - 🤍
(847) 662 1818 | 🤍 I'm Dr. Richard Sherbahn with the Advanced Fertility Center of Chicago. I am going to talk about antral follicle counts and ovarian reserve. Antral follicles are small cystic structures within the ovaries that can be visualized with ultrasound. By counting the number of antral follicles we can learn about the quality of eggs remaining. We also can learn about the expected response to ovarian stimulation drugs and we can predict chances for successful in vitro fertilization treatment. We are going to show some real-time ovarian assessment of antral follicle counts on 3 different ovaries. One with an average number of antral follicles, a second with low antrals, and a third with a high count. We are slowly scanning through the ovary of a young woman. As we go through we can count the small 2-9 mm follicles. We see that this ovary has about 13 antral follicles. This is a pretty normal antral count for a woman in her 20s or early 30s. This next ovary is from a patient with low ovarian reserve and small ovaries. This ovary shows only 3 antral follicles. This third ovary is polycystic and shows high reserve and a very high antral count. Ovaries like this are difficult to get an accurate antral count on. This very polycystic ovary has over 50 antrals. This graph shows IVF live birth rates at our center for couples with a female partner under age 35. Patients are split into 4 antral groups – high, medium-high, medium low, and low. The live birth rates per cycle are shown in the blue columns. Cycle cancellation rates for inadequate response to ovarian stimulating drugs are shown in the yellow columns. The average number of eggs retrieved for each antral group is shown in red text above the columns. IVF live birth rates are substantially lower and rates of cancellation are higher in women with lower antrals as compared to higher antrals. More graphs like this one showing IVF outcomes for women older than 35 years old are on our website. In summary, ovarian reserve refers to assessment of the quantity, or reserve, of eggs remaining for the future. There are several ovarian reserve tests available but the most useful and reliable one is the antral follicle count. Connect With Us: Chicago Location: 🤍 Gurnee Location: 🤍 Crystal Lake Location: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍
Dr Jay Mehta is the Scientific Director of Shree IVF Clinic, a luxury facility for Advanced Assisted Reproduction and Advanced Pelvic Surgery in Mumbai. This is a patient educational video where Dr Jay Mehta gives guidance to patients on Follicle Monitoring and the ideal size of follicle in order to achieve a healthy pregnancy.
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Follicle-stimulating hormone (#FSH) is a #hormone that plays an important role in the reproductive system. In men, it’s responsible for controlling the production of sperm whereas, for women, it helps to control the #menstrual cycle and regulate the growth of eggs in the #ovaries. If FSH levels begin to fluctuate, you may notice symptoms such as disrupted sleep or irregular periods. This video will cover all there is to know about FSH, including what might cause a shift in FSH levels and when you should consider testing. To navigate to specific points in this video, see below: 0:13 - What is FSH? 0:50 - Why test FSH levels? 1:48 - What affects FSH levels? If you are interested in your FSH levels and would like a comprehensive view of your hormonal health, you can test from home with LetsGetChecked’s range of Women’s Health tests, including the Female Hormone Test which tests for FSH, LH, prolactin, and oestradiol. Women’s Home Health Testing Options: 🤍 Home Female Hormone Test: 🤍 For more information on FSH and important female hormones, visit our blog: What Are The Symptoms of High FSH in Women?: 🤍 Foods That Increase Estrogen: 🤍 How can you Promote Healthy Fertility?: 🤍 LetsGetChecked is a virtual care company that allows customers to manage their #health from home, providing direct access to #telehealth services, #pharmacy, and laboratory tests with at-home sample collection kits for a wide range of health conditions including Sexual Health, Cholesterol, Diabetes, Thyroid, Coronavirus (COVID-19), and more. To learn more about LetsGetChecked visit: USA: 🤍 UK: 🤍 Ireland: 🤍 Our Blog: 🤍 Biometric Screening for Organizations: 🤍 Solutions for Health Plans: 🤍
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When a baby is born, she is born with the entire number of follicles, or eggs that are there for her lifetime. So when she matures, they mature into eggs and they get released after the menarche has happened. So a follicular study scans are done to see if these follicles is it increasing in size, is it rupturing to release the egg, whether they are maturing, too release the egg or not. So follicular study scans are ultrasound scans usually done transvaginally, but done trans abdominally also, these are done to detect the number of follicles that are there for that month. The number of follicles that are increasing in size, progressively, and the follicles that are ruptured one or two and the egg release that are seen. So these are the methods to see if the follicles are increasing in size an if the ovulation is happening to see if the signs are there. So usually a 9th day scan is done to see if the follicles are growing and if enough are there. But when you are worried about fertility patients when enough follicles are not there at all, you may do a day 3, day 4 scan to check baseline follicles that have come for that month. So basically you can start day 3, day 4 or day 9 and then do it in alternate days to see if the follicles are maturing in size and number and then later on to see the signs of ovulation. When a person is on fertility treatment, that means the person is on a lot of hormonal tablets. So it is basically to coincide with the follicular scans every month rather than wasting the cycle just giving hormones to the patient, so coinciding with the follicular scans to see when the ovulation is happening . Because after ovulation the egg stays back only for 12 to 24 hours. So appropriate measures have to be taken for fertilization.
Follicular study is done with help of ultrasound to see growth of follicle . It starts from 2 nd day as base scan to see endometrium, no of follicle. then it starts from 8 th day, 9 th, 10 , 11 till rupture of follicle, when follicle rupture egg is released into abdomoinal cavity and this egg is captured by fallopian tube. Rupture follicle can be noted on ultrasound by seeing fluid around ovary and POD. Diet chart in pregnancy 🤍 Diet chart 2 🤍 Level 2 scan 🤍 NT scan 🤍 How to read and understand ultrasound report 🤍 How and often do ultrasound 🤍
Technically only one follicle is enough to get pregnant in an idle situation. In the natural cycle, only one follicle is formed. In IUI the average size of follicles ranging from 18mm - 20mm is considered as a good follicle. In IUI, we do not prefer more than two follicles. We usually prescribe medicines or injections for the formation of follicles, but in that scenario also we do not expect more than 4 follicles.
If a lady is developing good follicles in the cycles and reaching the optimum size and not rupturing, then it is called as luteinized and ruptured follicle and if it is happening for couple of months, then it is always better that she takes a trigger for ovulation so that the follicle breaks and she releases trigger. The trigger can be as simple as the HCG or the GnRH. Even after taking the injection if the follicle is not rupturing, then there is a lot of hormonal imbalance going on in the ovary. So in that case it is always better for the lady, she takes an oral contraceptive pill, which is a combination if progesterone and estrogen for 3 to 6 months and post that again the follicular studies, whether she is rupturing follicles without the injection or with the injection. If she ruptures the follicle, well and good otherwise the next stage would be laparoscopic drilling or the next stage again would be to do the follicular studies to see if she is rupturing the follicles or not. Even in spite of the drilling, the follicle is not rupturing then the only option remains with her to become pregnant is to go for IVF. If she is not trying for pregnancy and the follicles are to rupturing, then just leave it alone and not do anything about it.
#follicular monitoring #follicularmonitoringreport ,follicular monitoring is a serial ultrasound to track follicle size . Usually it start from 8th day of period till rupture of follicle that is 15 days. It can be done either transabdominally, in this probe is kept over abdomen and routine ultrasound I done. Or through Vaginally with help of a transducer called TVS sonography. TVS transvaginal sonography give accurate report of follicle.
Dr. Rasya Dixit | Appointment booking number: 099018 90588 Consultant Dermatologist & Cosmetologist | Dr. Dixit Cosmetic Dermatology Clinic, Bengaluru Infected hair follicle is also called as Folliculitis or Furunculosis. They are both the same infection. Folliculitis is a little bit superficial and Furunculosis is a little bit more inflamed and bigger. So Folliculitis is because of Staphylococus Aureus and is present in the skin and it is able to enter the hair follicle, post shaving, post waxing. So after Folliculitis there is pus formation. Folliculitis comes in groups and causes sharp pain, and resolves without treatment, need oral antibiotic. What causes after a close shave or after waxing in case there is Folliculitis , please dont wait to get better, speak to your dermatologist or if you have occasional, it will subsidie on its own, it could be because of heat. #InfectedHairFollicle #Folliculitis #Furunculosis
In this video, Dr Jay Mehta is going to explain about What is Low AMH(Anti Mullerian Hormone) and what does Low AMH indicate. Low AMH is also called as Poor Ovarian reserve or diminished ovarian reserve. One of the markers of ovarian reserve is AMH or Anti Mullerian Hormone. Understanding Low AMH ( Anti Mullerian Hormone) Every Female has two ovaries, one on the right and one on the left. This has particular no. of ovarian reserve. There is a fixed number of primordial follicles present in the ovary in every woman at birth and after birth, this reserve keeps on decreasing. AMH value tries to indicate that how much potential reserve of these primordial follicles is there in the ovary. This is the importance of performing this test because while you perform this it gives an idea how will the patient respond to hormonal injections, how much is the reserve or how good is the success rate of IVF or any other form of assisted reproductive technique also it gives a clue about the quality of embryos that will be formed. AMH is not related to female periods or menstrual cycle. Women can do the AMH test at any time of the month. Low AMH Detection and Pregnancy Women who have AMH value less than 1.5 are said to have low AMH or poor ovarian reserve. Low AMH doesn't mean women can't conceive naturally. Low AMH women can have healthy children, they might need assisted reproductive technique to conceive but it's mandatory that every woman who has Low AMH have to do IVF. Once the lady is detected with low AMH, there are certain medications which temporarily enhances the follicle count. There are no medications for ageing ovaries. There are no evident medications that will increase the ovarian reserve or AMH value. AMH & AFC Apart from AMH doctors also look out for Antral follicle count (AFC) which typically assessed on 2nd or 3rd day of women's menstrual cycle and is done with internal ultrasound. the sound of follicles is observed in both the ovaries. The total count of AFC in both the ovaries should be 10, anything less than 6 is considered as a diminished ovarian reserve. AFC and AMH go hand in hand. In our upcoming videos, we are going to discuss more low AMH and egg stimulation techniques. For more information, watch the full video. For personal correspondence, one can contact on: contactdrjaymehta🤍gmail.com Check out other videos: 1. Semen Analysis Report: 🤍 2. Autologous Stem Cell therapy : 🤍 2. IVF Step by step (playlist): 🤍 About Dr. Jay Mehta & Shree IVF Clinic Dr Jay Mehta is the Scientific Director of Shree IVF Clinic, a Luxury Facility for Advanced Assisted Reproduction and Advanced Pelvic Surgery in Mumbai. He is a very well known Fertility Specialist and is one of the few specialists in the country who is also an extremely sound Embryologist and andrologist. From the year 2018, Dr. Jay Mehta converted the clinic into a Program that doesn’t allow the use of Donor Sperms. Currently, the clinic practices the DONOR Program in less than 1% of its patients. This is one of the factors which is largely responsible for the clinic being extremely popular for Fertility Treatments amongst the patients. The clinic is one of the busiest IVF Clinics in the city of Mumbai and is consistently rated by patients and fellow gynecologists to be one of the Top Fertility Clinics in the city. The clinic and the medical team shall be happy to answer your queries, should you require a personal correspondence, please submit your medical papers on shreeivfclinic🤍gmail.com. Kindly also note that the medical guidance which will be provided will be subject to the medical consulting fees for that point in time. Regards, Shree IVF Clinic 5th Floor, Jayant Arcade, M G Road, Ghatkopar East, Mumbai- 400077 9920914115/ 7738155558/ 8369540816 #lowamh #howtoincreaselowamh #lowamhtreatment #shreeivfclinic #drjaymehta
Results of the Hair Regeneration ACell+PRP treatment: 🤍 For more on minoxidil, please got to: 🤍 For more about Dr. Prasad's training and background, please go to: 🤍 A man has been suffering from male pattern baldness for the last 10 years. He wants to know if dead follicles can be brought back to life using PRP treatment or minoxidil. New York hair restoration specialist Amiya Prasad, M.D. reviews his concerns in this video, and explains how PRP treatment, minoxidil, or any treatment cannot bring back dead follicles, and how Hair Regeneration treatment can help effectively manage hair loss progression, thicken thinning hair, and maximize life span of existing hair: 1:06 — Dr. Prasad details his background training in cosmetic oculofacial plastic and reconstructive surgery, as well as his experience as a hair loss specialist and founder of TrichoStem™ Hair Regeneration Centers 2:07 — How 95% of hair loss in men and women is genetic; and how hair thinning progresses 2:45 — Dr. Prasad explains how the Hair Regeneration treatment works and why it cannot bring back dead follicles 3:15 — How a hair loss management strategy with Hair Regeneration works 4:48 — The importance of maximizing the lifespan of the hair for as long as possible, in order to maximize coverage 5:31 — The pros and cons of a hair transplant in this type of scenario 6:02— Dr. Prasad’s recommendation CONNECT WITH US! Facebook ▸▸▸ 🤍facebook.com/DrAmiyaPrasad Twitter ▸▸▸ twitter.com/🤍AmiyaPrasadMD Tumblr ▸▸▸ dramiyaprasad.tumblr.com Pinterest ▸▸▸ 🤍pinterest.com/amiyaprasadmd Prasad Cosmetic Surgery ▸▸▸ 🤍prasadcosmeticsurgery.com New York Hair Loss ▸▸▸ 🤍nyhairloss.com TrichoStem ▸▸▸ 🤍trichostem.com