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gocastudycafe · an hour ago
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FAQ’s on ICSI CPE Hours (Credit Hours) http://dlvr.it/RxyvBn Twitter @castudycafe
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briefcollectormoon · 2 days ago
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best iui center in hyderabad
best iui center in hyderabad : The IVF advanced is one of the most excellent centers in Asia Pacific, with Techniques, genuine Treatment, Research & Training. The IVF advanced is the leading Test Tube Centre in the country with modern world-class scientific technologies.For more information click here:  https://www.ivfadvanced.com/
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3media · 4 days ago
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ICSI CSEET May 2021 registration ends today; here’s how to apply
ICSI CSEET May 2021 registration ends today; here’s how to apply
#ICSI #CSEET #registration #ends #today #heres #apply The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) will conclude the online application process today for the Company Secretary Executive Entrance Test or CSEET May 2021 session. The registration process commenced on December 16 last year. ICSI will conduct the May 2021 session of CSEET on May 8.Interested candidates can apply for ICSI…
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riz1970 · 5 days ago
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Sperm Bank and Legal Aspects: All you need to know
Sperm Bank and Legal Aspects: All you need to know Introduction: Sperm banks have become commonplace now, more than ever before. There are various reasons due to which couples are opting for donor sperms and approaching the sperm banks or the semen banks. One reason is the rise of infertility due to increased stress and lifestyle choices. Sometimes the male partner may have very little or no sperms in their semen (called azoospermia) that may lead a couple to opt for donated sperms. At other times, the male partner may be suffering from cancer and has to undergo chemotherapy, which could make him sterile. Such men may decide to freeze their sperms at a semen bank before starting the chemotherapy. There are also times when the couples live in different cities, and they are unable to be with each other to allow conception. At such times, they preserve the husband’s sperms, and the couple can use that to induce pregnancy, even in the husband’s absence. So sperm banks can help couples have a child by providing the male partner’s frozen sperms or donor’s sperm. Why we need sperm banks? 
1. When there are genetic disorders in men, and there is a risk that they may pass the disease to the newborn, they approach sperm banks. 
2. In cases where sperms have to be surgically retrieved due to blockage in the tubal system of testes. In this condition, the retrieved sperms are frozen in a semen bank.
 3. There are times when there is no production of sperms in the testes due to testicular failure, then also sperm banks are needed for providing donated sperms, for the couple to have a child.
 4. When couples cannot afford the ICSI cycle, they can choose artificial insemination using donor sperm based IUI. What is a sperm bank:  A sperm bank is a facility where human semen is bought, preserved, and sold.   What is the process that sperm banks follow for sperm donation? There are specific guidelines that a sperm bank has to follow for sperm donation. Here is an outline of the process that the sperm banks follow:
 1. Evaluation of donor on a psychological level: A psychotherapist meets with the donor and talks with him about the psychological and emotional aspects of the sperm donation. The psychotherapist asks the donor various questions to ensure their mental fitness. If there is a partner, then her interview is also taken. 2. Medical History: A qualified doctor then takes the past medical history of the donor and the history of his family, to identify any genetical defect. 
  3. Medical checkup: The donor then has to undergo a health checkup to know about the body. The donor has to give blood and urine samples for checking about any disease or infections. They check for any infectious or autoimmune diseases, allergies, etc.  
 3. Semen testing: Before one becomes an official donor, his semen sample is collected and tasted. The sperm motility, count, and shape are noted. The sperm structure should be okay, and 40% of the sperms should be moving. 
4. Genetic testing: The blood test is done to determine if the donor has any genetic disorders that can cause life risk to the child. Besides this, the doctors take the family history and check the racial background to learn about the diseases that are specific to certain races only. 
5. Sexual and personal history: The person has to tell all the details of his sexual life to date. He is asked about the addictions like smoking, drinking, etc. to check if he is at risk of developing any serious health condition. Besides this, his interests, hobbies, educational background are also recorded. The donor has to give his audio and video recordings as well. Quarantine Process If the screening tests come out to be in the normal range, then the samples for sperm donation are collected. After the sample is collected, the bank preserves it through the cryopreservation method in the sperm bank. The collected sample is then kept in quarantine for 6 months. The donor has to physically come again and give one more sample after 6 months. At this time, viral investigations and other tests are done again. If he is cleared now, the sample that was quarantined 6 months back is released for donation. A new sample is taken from him and is not kept in quarantine. This process continues. This is to eliminate the risk of viral infections and other infections that may have been caught recently and which may show up in due course only. Legal aspects of sperm donation in India: 
1. Donating sperms is legal in India but only for childless Indian couples.
 2. The donor of the sperm can claim no right over the surrogate child.
 3. According to the proposed legislation, a semen bank cannot use the sperms of a single donor more than 75 times.
 4. Identity of the donor should be absolutely anonymous to the recipient
 5. All records of the donor and the sample should be maintained for 20 years and should be released only if there is a relevant court order
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ella-does-life · 9 days ago
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Someone I've followed for years in Instagram has just announced she is pregnant after IVF/ICSI, and it brought me to tears, she hasn't mentioned her journey at all before, often being asked if her and her husband plan a family she has never hinted that they had been struggling. Simple pointing out that the question is inappropriate and some people don't want children, some can't, that they were happy with what they had.
Her post didn't go into depth about their journey, but she has stated that she will go into more detail about it, which I'm so interested to read, she is definitely someone that doesn't sugar coat it and is very real about experiences.
Honestly I think I'll end up learning more from what to expect from her than I have from the doctors so far.
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thetullybadger · 10 days ago
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Hi, is this the support group for caffeine addicts?
Hi, is this the support group for caffeine addicts?
I’ve given up Caffeine… sort of. It was an emotionally difficult choice to make but coffee has become something of an abusive lover. I drink it because I want it, but it’s no good for me. The more I drink thinking it will change, the more it resists and the more disillusioned I become. This may be a slight exaggeration of course but I’m not had a great relationship with it. I’ve found myself…
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briefcollectormoon · 11 days ago
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top infertility centers in hyderabad
top infertility centers in hyderabad : The IVF advanced is one of the most excellent centers in Asia Pacific, with Techniques, genuine Treatment, Research & Training. The IVF advanced is the leading Test Tube Centre in the country with modern world-class scientific technologies.For more information click here: https://www.ivfadvanced.com/
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briefcollectormoon · 18 days ago
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best doctors in hyderabad for infertility
best doctors in hyderabad for infertility : The IVF advanced is one of the most excellent centers in Asia Pacific, with Techniques, genuine Treatment, Research & Training. The IVF advanced is the leading Test Tube Centre in the country with modern world-class scientific technologies.For more information click here: https://www.ivfadvanced.com/
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briefcollectormoon · 18 days ago
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fertility centres in hyderabad
fertility centres in hyderabad : The IVF advanced is one of the most excellent centers in Asia Pacific, with Techniques, genuine Treatment, Research & Training. The IVF advanced is the leading Test Tube Centre in the country with modern world-class scientific technologies.For more information click here: https://www.ivfadvanced.com/
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gocastudycafe · 19 days ago
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ICSI Extends Time For Obtaining the Mandatory CPE Credits http://dlvr.it/Rwk65P Twitter @castudycafe
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vinshealth · 19 days ago
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Medicover Fertility Center - Rohini - Dr. Lavi Sindhu | Vinsfertility.com
Vinsfertility helped those parents who are not able to conceive a baby due to any Fertility issue. We provide IVF, Surrogacy, IUI, ICSI Treatments. Embryo freezing, Fertility checkup and other fertility treatments. We have our centre not just in India but also in Cyprus, Kenya, USA, Prague, Ukraine, Kazakhstan.
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This IVF Center in Delhi at Medicover Fertility is situated in an all around created local location of Rohini and is very much associated with every one of the critical spots of Delhi just as suburbia through the metro. This Fertility center is upheld by a profoundly experienced clinical group comprising of the best IVF trained professionals, the best guides, the most devoted and experienced medical attendants, and other care staff and is focused on conveying the correct finding with the correct infertility therapy and at a reasonable expense.
Medicover Fertility Centre - Rohini advocate quality treatment, guided by National and International Standards, to make it moral, savvy, and solid for our patients. The whole Medicover group invests in the best of their amounts of energy, with a center mission to really focus on our Patient' wellbeing and give them an ideal arrangement. We never settle for any less yet flawlessness in our patient's treatment and consistently endeavor to continue to refresh ourselves as far as the most recent innovations and treatment offices, with an expectation to give better encounters to our patients.
We at Medicover Fertility Rohini give the required assistance to the patients in changing their fantasy into the real world. With the assistance of our master fertility experts, embryologists, and the nursing staff, couples confronting infertility issues can emerge from their hopelessness and become a parent. We chalk out an appropriate treatment plan as indicated by the reason for the patient's infertility. The costs included will rely upon case to case which you can pay effectively with our EMI choice.
The IVF expert at Medicover Fertility Rohini is a certified and experienced specialist at Medicover Fertility Rohini, knowledgeable in Gynecology and helped regenerative advances. She has assisted patients with recuperating infertility issues, including complex cases like Advanced Male Infertility, Advanced Endometriosis, Multiple Miscarriages, Recurrent IVF Failure, Unexplained Infertility, and so on
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Dr. Lavi Sindhu is a very capable and experienced specialist who is knowledgeable in gynecology and Assisted Reproductive Technologies. She learned at Vardhman Mahavir Medical College and Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi. Here, she did MBBS just as her MS in Obstetrics and Gynecology in which she was a gold medallist. Afterward, she turned into a DNB in Obstetrics and Gynecology. In her target of continually being refreshed in the instruction of her pertinent field, she likewise did a Diploma in Infertility and Clinical ART from Indian Fertility Society and Amity University. In addition, she has likewise gone to a few meetings in her field and has been a piece of examination groups in different investigations. One of her significant investigates was the paper on Prevalence Of Chlamydia Pneumoniae Seropositivity In Early Pregnancy And Its Association With Preeclampsia Among Primigravidae.
Dr. Lavi Sindhu is a recognized fertility expert who is knowledgeable about handling and treating infertility cases. She filled in as a senior occupant in the Obs and Gynae Department at Swami Dayanand Hospital for over two years. During her preparation and ART recognition, Dr. Lavi Sindhu had a great deal of training in her space and played out different capacities both as a specialist and as an understudy. She is knowledgeable in overseeing patient OPDs, arranging, and incitement of IUI and IVF cycles, gynecology examines, semen examination and planning, ovum pickup, undeveloped organism move, and conveying embryology methods.
Dr. Lavi has played out a few symptomatic and employable laparoscopic and hysteroscopic methods and aided many. She additionally has the experience of doing Cesarean areas and conveyances alongside some minor techniques associated with something similar. She has aided various kinds of hysterectomy strategies. Alongside it, she likewise effectively showed MBBS understudies.
Dr. Lavi Sindhu has consistently stayed in contact with the different social orders identified with medical care, gynecology, and fertility. Through her consistent endeavors and constancy, she turned into an individual from a few presumed social orders. She is a lifetime individual from the Indian Fertility Society (IFS). She is additionally an individual from AOGD (Ass. of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Delhi), Federation of Gynecological Society of India, and NACHI (National Association of Reproductive Child Health of India).
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sairay63 · 24 days ago
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Sperm Bank and Legal Aspects: All you need to know
Sperm Bank and Legal Aspects: All you need to know Introduction: Sperm banks have become commonplace now, more than ever before. There are various reasons due to which couples are opting for donor sperms and approaching the sperm banks or the semen banks. One reason is the rise of infertility due to increased stress and lifestyle choices. Sometimes the male partner may have very little or no sperms in their semen (called azoospermia) that may lead a couple to opt for donated sperms. At other times, the male partner may be suffering from cancer and has to undergo chemotherapy, which could make him sterile. Such men may decide to freeze their sperms at a semen bank before starting the chemotherapy. There are also times when the couples live in different cities, and they are unable to be with each other to allow conception. At such times, they preserve the husband’s sperms, and the couple can use that to induce pregnancy, even in the husband’s absence. So sperm banks can help couples have a child by providing the male partner’s frozen sperms or donor’s sperm. Why we need sperm banks? 1. When there are genetic disorders in men, and there is a risk that they may pass the disease to the newborn, they approach sperm banks. 2. In cases where sperms have to be surgically retrieved due to blockage in the tubal system of testes. In this condition, the retrieved sperms are frozen in a semen bank. 3. There are times when there is no production of sperms in the testes due to testicular failure, then also sperm banks are needed for providing donated sperms, for the couple to have a child. 4. When couples cannot afford the ICSI cycle, they can choose artificial insemination using donor sperm based IUI. What is a sperm bank:  A sperm bank is a facility where human semen is bought, preserved, and sold.   What is the process that sperm banks follow for sperm donation? There are specific guidelines that a sperm bank has to follow for sperm donation. Here is an outline of the process that the sperm banks follow: 1. Evaluation of donor on a psychological level: A psychotherapist meets with the donor and talks with him about the psychological and emotional aspects of the sperm donation. The psychotherapist asks the donor various questions to ensure their mental fitness. If there is a partner, then her interview is also taken. 2. Medical History: A qualified doctor then takes the past medical history of the donor and the history of his family, to identify any genetical defect.   3. Medical checkup: The donor then has to undergo a health checkup to know about the body. The donor has to give blood and urine samples for checking about any disease or infections. They check for any infectious or autoimmune diseases, allergies, etc.   3. Semen testing: Before one becomes an official donor, his semen sample is collected and tasted. The sperm motility, count, and shape are noted. The sperm structure should be okay, and 40% of the sperms should be moving. 4. Genetic testing: The blood test is done to determine if the donor has any genetic disorders that can cause life risk to the child. Besides this, the doctors take the family history and check the racial background to learn about the diseases that are specific to certain races only. 5. Sexual and personal history: The person has to tell all the details of his sexual life to date. He is asked about the addictions like smoking, drinking, etc. to check if he is at risk of developing any serious health condition. Besides this, his interests, hobbies, educational background are also recorded. The donor has to give his audio and video recordings as well. Quarantine Process If the screening tests come out to be in the normal range, then the samples for sperm donation are collected. After the sample is collected, the bank preserves it through the cryopreservation method in the sperm bank. The collected sample is then kept in quarantine for 6 months. The donor has to physically come again and give one more sample after 6 months. At this time, viral investigations and other tests are done again. If he is cleared now, the sample that was quarantined 6 months back is released for donation. A new sample is taken from him and is not kept in quarantine. This process continues. This is to eliminate the risk of viral infections and other infections that may have been caught recently and which may show up in due course only. Legal aspects of sperm donation in India: 1. Donating sperms is legal in India but only for childless Indian couples. 2. The donor of the sperm can claim no right over the surrogate child. 3. According to the proposed legislation, a semen bank cannot use the sperms of a single donor more than 75 times. 4. Identity of the donor should be absolutely anonymous to the recipient 5. All records of the donor and the sample should be maintained for 20 years and should be released only if there is a relevant court order
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ignislegalcare · 25 days ago
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ICSI CS 2021: ICSI ने जून में होने वाली परीक्षा के लिए आवेदन की तारीख बढ़ाई, बिना लेट फीस 31 मार्च तक एग्जाम फॉर्म भर सकेंगे स्टूडेंट्स
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riz1970 · 25 days ago
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What is ICSI?
ICSI stands for Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection and is a specialization in In Vitro Fertilization. In couples where there is severe male infertility and is unable to conceive even after repeated fertilization attempts by conventional IVF treatment or after egg freezing (oocyte preservation), ICSI is the next step in fertility treatment. If a man does not have any sperm in his ejaculate, but he is producing sperm in his testis, these produced sperms are retrieved through a surgical step called as testicular sperm extraction (TESE). Sperm retrieved through TESE require the utilization of ICSI as they are not capable of fertilizing on their own. ICSI is also the method of choice in cases of retrograde ejaculation, where the sperm retrieval is from the urine. However, severe male infertility is not the only cause, where ICSI-IVF has opted. Other reasons where ICSI is the choice are: 
 • Previous IVF cycle had no or few fertilized eggs: In some cases, with a good number of eggs retrieval and healthy sperm count, but still, no eggs get fertilized. In such cases during the next IVF cycle, ICSI is tried. 
 • Frozen sperm is being used: If the thawed sperm appear to be inactive, ICSI-IVF is on a recommendation. 
 • Frozen oocytes are being used: Verification of eggs can cause hardening of eggshell, which causes complication in fertilization.
 IVF with ICSI can help in overcoming this hurdle.
 • PGD is being done: PGD (Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis) is an IVF technique which allows genetic screening of embryos. Here ICSI is essential for the embryo biopsy
 • IVM (In Vitro Maturation) has opted: IVM is an IVF technology where eggs are retrieved from the ovaries before they are completely mature. They go through the ultimate stages of maturation within the lab. Some research has found that the rate of fertilization of IVM eggs by sperm cells is lower when compared to fertilization through traditional IVF. But IVF with ICSI can be the only option in some select cases. Who can opt for ICSI?
 • Couples who want to include PGT in their cycles to ensure fertilization is better. 
 • Couples who are facing severe male infertility 
 • When the only course of action is by sperm retrieval through TESE/MESA • Poor oocyte quality/ low oocyte yield 
 • Suitable for women aged over 40 years of age ( to overcome sperm-Oocyte Penetration Issues) 
 • Couples who are facing repeated fertilization failure 
 • Ejaculatory Dysfunction The procedure involved in IVF-ICSI:    As with regular IVF procedure, ovarian stimulation drugs are given.    Fertility Doctor monitors the progress with blood tests and ultrasounds.    Once enough good-sized follicles are produced, egg retrieval will be done, from the ovaries with a specialized ultrasound-guided needle.    The partner provides sperm samples the same day(unless you are using a sperm donor or previously frozen sperm)    Once the eggs are retrieved, an embryologist places the eggs in a specific culture medium.    Using a microscope and tiny needle, the embryologist injects a single sperm into the egg cytoplasm. The process will be for each egg retrieved.    These injected eggs are then cultured in the lab, under ideal conditions, to allow the fertilized eggs to grow and divide.    If fertilization takes place and if the embryos are healthy, they will be transferred into the female uterus via a catheter placed through the cervix, two to five days after the retrieval. Risks involved with ICSI:     Even though the fertilization rates of IVF with ICSI can be as high as 50 to 80 per cent, not all fertilized eggs will develop into healthy embryos. A few or many of the eggs may be abnormal, depending on the age of the women. Fertilization may result in abnormal embryos in some cases. Occasionally, eggs may get damaged in the procedure. There is also a theoretical study that says  ICSI allows less healthy sperm to fertilize an egg, which may result in defective embryos which may not develop and grow. These sperm would never have been able to fertilize an egg naturally.    The risk of defective birth in children conceived naturally is same as of with children conceived with IVF and ICSI. The risk of an ICSI-conceived child having defects is low, less than one per cent.  While, earlier studies found some specific risks of defective birth, which may be due to lower quality sperm (sex chromosome abnormalities, defects in the urinary system or genitals, and other rare syndromes), more recent studies have found that the chance of this happening appears to be  almost non-existent.    Another risk of ICSI is a risk of the greater chance of multiple births than through natural conception. By carefully controlling the number of embryos transferred to the female partner’s uterus, this risk can be minimized. Multiple births as twins or more, may carry a higher risk of complications to both the mother and the babies.  However, cases of triplets or more are extremely rare. If your fertility specialist doctor recommends ICSI, find out the reason for the same and evaluate the risks and benefits. IVF with ICSI makes it possible for thousands of couples around the world to have a baby when the conditions are not conducive for natural conception. Consult a good fertility doctor and find out whether it’s the right treatment for you and your partner.
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briefcollectormoon · 26 days ago
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top infertility doctors in hyderabad
top infertility doctors in hyderabad : The IVF advanced is one of the most excellent centers in Asia Pacific, with Techniques, genuine Treatment, Research & Training. The IVF advanced is the leading Test Tube Centre in the country with modern world-class scientific technologies.For more information click here: https://www.ivfadvanced.com/
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briefcollectormoon · 26 days ago
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infertility centre in hyderabad
infertility centre in hyderabad : The IVF advanced is one of the most excellent centers in Asia Pacific, with Techniques, genuine Treatment, Research & Training. The IVF advanced is the leading Test Tube Centre in the country with modern world-class scientific technologies.For more information click here: https://www.ivfadvanced.com/
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ignislegalcare · 27 days ago
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riz1970 · 28 days ago
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Sperm Bank and Legal Aspects: All you need to know
Sperm Bank and Legal Aspects: All you need to know Introduction: Sperm banks have become commonplace now, more than ever before. There are various reasons due to which couples are opting for donor sperms and approaching the sperm banks or the semen banks. One reason is the rise of infertility due to increased stress and lifestyle choices. Sometimes the male partner may have very little or no sperms in their semen (called azoospermia) that may lead a couple to opt for donated sperms. At other times, the male partner may be suffering from cancer and has to undergo chemotherapy, which could make him sterile. Such men may decide to freeze their sperms at a semen bank before starting the chemotherapy. There are also times when the couples live in different cities, and they are unable to be with each other to allow conception. At such times, they preserve the husband’s sperms, and the couple can use that to induce pregnancy, even in the husband’s absence. So sperm banks can help couples have a child by providing the male partner’s frozen sperms or donor’s sperm. Why we need sperm banks? 
1. When there are genetic disorders in men, and there is a risk that they may pass the disease to the newborn, they approach sperm banks. 
2. In cases where sperms have to be surgically retrieved due to blockage in the tubal system of testes. In this condition, the retrieved sperms are frozen in a semen bank. 
3. There are times when there is no production of sperms in the testes due to testicular failure, then also sperm banks are needed for providing donated sperms, for the couple to have a child. 
4. When couples cannot afford the ICSI cycle, they can choose artificial insemination using donor sperm based IUI. What is a sperm bank:  A sperm bank is a facility where human semen is bought, preserved, and sold.   What is the process that sperm banks follow for sperm donation? There are specific guidelines that a sperm bank has to follow for sperm donation. Here is an outline of the process that the sperm banks follow: 
1. Evaluation of donor on a psychological level: A psychotherapist meets with the donor and talks with him about the psychological and emotional aspects of the sperm donation. The psychotherapist asks the donor various questions to ensure their mental fitness. If there is a partner, then her interview is also taken.
 2. Medical History: A qualified doctor then takes the past medical history of the donor and the history of his family, to identify any genetical defect.  
 3. Medical checkup: The donor then has to undergo a health checkup to know about the body. The donor has to give blood and urine samples for checking about any disease or infections. They check for any infectious or autoimmune diseases, allergies, etc.   3. Semen testing: Before one becomes an official donor, his semen sample is collected and tasted. The sperm motility, count, and shape are noted. The sperm structure should be okay, and 40% of the sperms should be moving
. 4. Genetic testing: The blood test is done to determine if the donor has any genetic disorders that can cause life risk to the child. Besides this, the doctors take the family history and check the racial background to learn about the diseases that are specific to certain races only.
 5. Sexual and personal history: The person has to tell all the details of his sexual life to date. He is asked about the addictions like smoking, drinking, etc. to check if he is at risk of developing any serious health condition. Besides this, his interests, hobbies, educational background are also recorded. The donor has to give his audio and video recordings as well. Quarantine Process If the screening tests come out to be in the normal range, then the samples for sperm donation are collected. After the sample is collected, the bank preserves it through the cryopreservation method in the sperm bank. The collected sample is then kept in quarantine for 6 months. The donor has to physically come again and give one more sample after 6 months. At this time, viral investigations and other tests are done again. If he is cleared now, the sample that was quarantined 6 months back is released for donation. A new sample is taken from him and is not kept in quarantine. This process continues. This is to eliminate the risk of viral infections and other infections that may have been caught recently and which may show up in due course only. Legal aspects of sperm donation in India:
 1. Donating sperms is legal in India but only for childless Indian couples.
 2. The donor of the sperm can claim no right over the surrogate child. 
3. According to the proposed legislation, a semen bank cannot use the sperms of a single donor more than 75 times.
 4. Identity of the donor should be absolutely anonymous to the recipient 
5. All records of the donor and the sample should be maintained for 20 years and should be released only if there is a relevant court order
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