YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
IVF SUCCESS RATE
Welcome to JFEC & Sparsh IVF in Jamshedpur, India. We are an exclusive fertility center dedicated to helping couples achieve their dreams of starting a family.
Our team is comprised of experienced fertility specialists, gynecologists and urologists, highly experienced embryologists, and counselors who are committed to providing the highest level of care to our patients. We offer a range of fertility treatments and procedures, including in vitro fertilization (IVF), intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) specialized laparoscopic and Hysteroscopic surgeries to enhance fertility.
We understand that starting a family can be tough. That’s why Sparsh IVF, we offer different payment options and work with you to create a plan that fits your needs and budget. We want to make having a baby as easy as possible for you.
Our state-of-the-art facility is equipped with the latest technology and features comfortable and private patient rooms. We are dedicated to providing a comfortable and welcoming environment for our patients.
Services We Offer
IVF is a complex and highly specialized fertility treatment that involves fertilizing an egg outside of the body and then transferring the resulting embryo back into the uterus. It is often used when other fertility treatments have
ICSI is often recommended for couples experiencing male factor infertility, where the sperm count is low or the sperm are not able to fertilize the egg on their own. It may also be recommended for couples who have had unsuccessful fertilization with other ART procedures,
Blastocyst culture & Transfer
Complete fertility workup
What patients say
Frequently Asked Questions
It depends on the Patient’s age, quality of the semen/sperm, general health of the patient, etc.
Most of the IVF centres have an upper age limit for allowing IVF treatment & using their own eggs. However, some of the centres have the age limit between 45 to 50 years.
After IVF Treatment there is a little bit risk for miscarriage pregnancy. It is not linked to the treatment itself but to the patient’s ability of becoming pregnant.
In general, women’s fertility begins to decline gradually after age 30, with a slight drop in the age limit between 35 and 45. This means that older women are more likely to be diagnosed with infertility.