Saloni was unable to get pregnant after trying for nearly 2 years. She was 32 years old and had a regular ovulation cycle. Her husband Deepak had a sperm analysis test to check if there was a problem with his sperm that was preventing Saloni from getting pregnant. The semen analysis report was all good, and a pelvic exam conducted by her doctor revealed that all was clear with Saloni too, hence their case was labelled as unexplained infertility. After a friend recommended the couple to seek fertility treatment, they decided to visit one. Recently Deepak (Saloni’s husband) had gone through an advertisement in the newspaper about Medicover Fertility. A European leader in IVF and going through their USP’s (advanced technology, transparency, patient-centric and ethical treatment) they decided to visit it.
In the meanwhile, Saloni had begun experiencing some occasional pain in the pelvic area. At Medicover Fertility Clinic, the Fertility Consultant suspected endometriosis. They did a laparoscopic examination and found that indeed she had endometrial tissue which had spread over her fallopian tubes and that was hindering her from getting pregnant. The endometriosis had caused scar tissue and adhesions on her fallopian tubes. Since Saloni and Deepak were very keen on having a baby, they decided to have IVF treatment. Before her IVF treatment, she had to take medication to retard the growth of the endometriosis.