Ovarian Cortex Biopsy
Dr. Supriya Puranik is a renowned IVF specialist and Gynaecologist based in Pune with over 30 years of experience helping thousands of women realize their dream of parenthood. She is dedicated to providing the most advanced and effective treatments for infertility issues.
One of the revolutionary procedures in fertility treatment that Dr. Puranik offers is the Ovarian Cortex Biopsy. This procedure can help women with infertility issues who have poor ovarian reserves or are at risk of losing their ovarian function. It is a specialized procedure that involves removing a tiny fragment of ovarian tissue for use in fertility treatment.
Overview of Ovarian Cortex Biopsy
Ovarian Cortex Biopsy is a minimally invasive procedure that involves removing a small piece of ovarian tissue containing immature eggs from the outer layer of the ovary. The procedure is usually done through laparoscopy under general anaesthesia.
Once the ovarian tissue is removed, it can be frozen for future use, or the immature eggs can be extracted and matured in the lab for IVF procedures.
The procedure is not only limited to women at risk of losing their ovarian function or with poor ovarian reserves; it can also be used as a potential treatment option for women whose fertility may be compromised due to medical treatments like cancer chemotherapy.
Eligibility Criteria for Ovarian Cortex Biopsy
This procedure is best suited for women with poor ovarian reserve or whose ovarian function is likely compromised due to cancer treatments.
Before undergoing the procedure, the patient must undergo a thorough evaluation to determine her eligibility.
Benefits of Ovarian Cortex Biopsy
Ovarian Cortex Biopsy offers several benefits, including:
- Ovarian tissue freezing for future use
- Improvement in the chances of achieving pregnancy using frozen ovarian tissue
- Preservation of potential future fertility
- Higher chances of becoming pregnant in patients with poor ovarian reserves
- Reversing the impact of cancer treatments on fertility
Risks and Side-Effects
Ovarian Cortex Biopsy is a minimally invasive procedure with a low risk of complications. However, as with any surgery, there are inherent risks, such as bleeding, infection, or injury to internal organs.
After the procedure, the patient may experience mild discomfort, bloating, or cramping, which can be managed with over-the-counter painkillers.
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Ovarian Cortex Biopsy has emerged as a revolutionary procedure in fertility treatments. With Dr. Supriya Puranik‘s expertise and personalized care, this procedure offers new hope for women with fertility issues.
Patients should book an appointment to learn more about the treatment options and determine if the procedure is right for them. With this procedure, women with infertility issues can take steps towards achieving motherhood.
Dr. Supriya Puranik
Gynaecologist & IVF Specialist
Often known as the last glimmer of hope for people who have lost all hope for conceiving a child, Dr. Supriya Puranik is a leading gynaecologist, high-risk obstetrician and Head of IVF & Gynaecology department at Ankura Hospital, Pune
Patient Reviews & Feedback
- Om Kadel
She is excellent. And as a goddess for my family. After long time I m blessed with twins baby due to her efforts only. She used to boost me with lots of positive thoughts whenever I lost the hope. You are too supportive mam. Thanks a lot.
Even the hospital staff, Nurses, mousis,house keeping staffs are at your step when ever needed when I was admitted.
The food provided is well planned according to the diet of patients by mam. Thank you very much mam for this turn over in my life after 12 years of marriage.
- Ashwini Sonawane
Dr. Supriya Puranik’s mam is very sweet person I have ever met. She is very caring, her ever smiling face always gives you positive wives. Staff is also very helpful and care taking during delivery, the best hospitality service I would say…
Thank you so much Dr Puranik Mam and Team. keep up the good work
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