Mayer-Rokitansky-Kuster-Hauser (MRKH) is a disorder that occurs in the reproductive system of the woman. In this condition, vagina and uterus remain undeveloped or sometimes, are totally absent. Due to the absence of the uterus, a woman does not have the menstrual cycle and is unable to conceive. Apart from this, there are some other symptoms of MRKH syndrome such as:
- Unable to carry pregnancy
- Difficulty in sexual intercourse as vagina gets shortened
- The failure in the development of kidney
- Skeletal malformations
- Hearing loss
- Abnormality in the heart
How do we diagnose MRKH syndrome at International Fertility Centre?
- Transabdominal Ultrasonography
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
- Ultrasound is done to analyze and examine the kidney, uterus and vagina
- Karyotyping is also performed to examine chromosomal behavior and to check if a woman has a normal 46, XX karyotype or not
Treatment of MRKH syndrome at International Fertility Centre
At International Fertility Centre, we suggest different infertility treatments to the MRKH affected couples who want to have a child. There is infertility or absence of uterus and vagina in such cases, and a woman does not have an ability to carry a child. For such couples, surrogacy is the best solution to experience motherhood and parenting.
International Fertility Centre provides holistically healthy surrogates through a thorough medical and physical examination. We have the best laboratory with world-class technologies and well-experienced gynecologists, medical and clinical staff who undertake all the proceedings for surrogacy.
For surrogacy process, the egg of MRKH affected woman is retrieved and is fertilized with the partner’s sperm in a petri dish. Fertilization or formation of an embryo takes place outside the woman’s body. Once the fertilization takes place, fertilized embryo is implanted into the womb of a surrogate. This process is the safest solution for the infertile couple with MRKH syndrome and is carried with the utmost attention, care and expertise guidance.
For more information and treatments for infertility, visit International Fertility Centre or drop a call at +91-9555544421/22.