Your Steps to Parenthood

Trying to have a baby?

  • You are not alone. Up to 1 in 6 couples around the world experience difficulties in conceiving.
  • Modern treatments are simple and very effective.
  • The vast majority of couples will achieve a pregnancy at some stage throughout the treatment pathway.

Your step-by-step guide to assisted conception: The Santaan Pathway

Advisory

  • You should speak to your doctor if you are trying to conceive and know you have any of the following medical problems:
  • Endometriosis
  • Polycystic ovaries
  • A history of mumps after puberty in the male partner
  • Irregular periods (cycle shorter than 21 days or longer that 35 days), absent periods or irregular bleeding between menses
  • History of pelvic inflammatory disease
  • History of pelvic surgery
  • Serious lower abdominal pain at the time of your menstrual bleeding
  • History of cancer or gonadotoxic therapy

 

Please refer below to the steps as per ACT Pathway booklet. Website

Step 1: Trying

Step 1: Trying

Step 2: Seeking Medical Help

Step 2: Seeking Medical Help

Step 3: Testing & Diagnosis

Step 3: Testing & Diagnosis

Step 4: Day Clinic

Step 4: Day Clinic

Step 5: Oral Medication

Step 5: Oral Medication

Step 6: Hormone Treatment

Step 6: Hormone Treatment

Step 7: Assisted Reproduction Techniques

Step 7: Assisted Reproduction Techniques