Harvest Infertility Care has the widest experience in the Bangladesh now of blastocyst transfer, and blastocyst freezing. At our fully accredited center we carry out ultrasound-guided egg retrievals under general anesthesia. We help you with these facilities 7 days a week. Also at our day surgery, testicular and epididymal sperm are retrieved, again under local or general anesthesia, for partners with no sperm in their ejaculate. We have full service and treatment for Infertility and provide care at every level. We understand the emotional need of infertile couples. Our top rated facility provides you with the maximum chances of a successful pregnancy. Again and again, we help men and women with fertility treatment.


Harvest Infertility Center is consistent leader in successful outcomes for patients in the all parts of Bangladesh. Our Center has consistently demonstrated and reported superior pregnancy success rates. And more importantly has demonstrated superior live birth rate per transfer. Our center is committed to the formal reporting and validating process. We are proud of our record and the enduring relationships we have with the many individuals who have passed through our doors. We can help you evaluate all of your options, establish realistic expectations, and follow an appropriate course of infertility treatment, which might include promising new therapies.

Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a procedure in which sperm are placed directly into the uterine cavity through a catheter near the time of ovulation. This procedure is most commonly performed when there are problems with the sperm, such as low count or low motility, or an incompatibility between the sperm and the cervical mucus. It can also be performed to overcome problems associated with a man’s inability to ejaculate inside the woman’s vagina due to impotence, premature ejaculation or other medical conditions. IUI increases the chances of pregnancy because the sperm are placed directly in the uterus, bypassing the cervix and improving the delivery of the sperm to the egg.

Many couples faced with infertility are still unable to become pregnant after first line therapy such as ovulation induction, intrauterine insemination, or reproductive surgery. For these couples, the logical next step is to explore the Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART). These treatments include In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) and other assisted laboratory techniques designed to improve fertilization. Compared to simpler treatments, ART procedures typically have very high success rates but are more complex as they involve well-coordinated, perfectly timed effort between the medical team, laboratory staff and the patient. Couples who are aware of all aspects of their treatment will be more co-operative since they know exactly what to expect and when. Most importantly they are fully informed on issues such as success rates of the treatment, complications and possible side-effects.

The most recent microassisted fertilization method is called intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) and involves the injection of a single sperm into the cytoplasm of the oocytes. Reports began appearing in scientific journals in 1992 of consistently successful treatment outcomes following clinical application of ICSI.
ICSI is now widely available in a large number of assisted conception units internationally and has revolutionized the management of male factor infertility. ICSI is associated with fertilization and pregnancy rates similar to those found following conventional IVF in patients who do not have male factor problems.

Frozen human embryos have now been used for treating infertile couples for many years and have resulted in the birth of several thousand healthy babies. Following thawing, these embryos are replaced in the uterus at the correct time in relation to ovulation and the thickness of the endometrium. The frozen embryo replacement cycle is relatively non-invasive compare to an egg collection cycle. The embryos can be replaced either in a natural cycle or in a hormone-controlled cycle.
In a controlled cycle a gonadtrophin releasing hormone agonist, is first administered to suppress the pituitary gland. Oestrogen tablets, such a Progynova, are administered daily to prepare the endometrium in a spontaneous ovulatory cycle.
The development of the endometrium is monitored by ultrasound scanning; approximately four episodes of scanning will be required, although it can be less. Either when ovulation has occurred, or when the endometrium is thick enough the embryos can be thawed for replacement. The embryos will be thawed so that the developmental stage of the embryos corresponds to the replacement cycle day. The exact timing will depend upon the stage at which the embryos were frozen.
Not all embryos survive the freezing, storage and thawing process. On the morning of the embryo transfer, the embryos are assessed to see if they are suitable for transfer. If they are, then the embryo transfer can proceed. For this procedure a fine catheter is passed through the cervix and the embryos are injected high into the uterus in minute amount of culture medium.

A transvaginal ultrasound, or endovaginal ultrasound, is a safe and straightforward procedure that doctors use to examine the internal organs in the female pelvic region.
An ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves to produce detailed images of internal organs. Unlike X-rays, ultrasound scanning techniques do not use radiation, which means that they have no harmful side effects and are very safe. Here’s what to expect during your transvaginal ultrasound. Like other types of ultrasound exams, transvaginal ultrasound evaluations are performed in a darkened room to make it easier for the technician to see the images as they appear on the computer monitor. Prior to the exam, you may be asked to empty your bladder, and you’ll need to change into a gown and remove your clothing from the waist down. Next, you’ll lie on the exam table on your back, and the lubricated wand will be gently inserted into your vagina. During the exam, the wand will be pressed against the walls of the vaginal canal to make it easier to obtain the clearest images. Some women may find the procedure somewhat uncomfortable as a result of the pressure exerted by the transducer; breathing deeply can help relax the muscles to relieve any minor discomfort that may occur. Most exams take about 15 to 20 minutes. Once the exam is complete, you’ll be free to resume your normal activities.


Our speciality services include management of multiple IVF failures, miscarriages and male infertility. This is an exclusive quality of our IVF staff and doctors. We literally work like a family whom so ever you meet and get a IVF done, they will remember you by your first name. By chance you do not succeed in your first attempt, we will all be there by your side to give you a moral and emotional support and boost you further for the next cycle. You yourself will become a part of our family at Harvest Infertility center. we can provide you with the full range of infertility investigations and treatments under one roof and our IVF laboratories are the most modern in Bangladesh.



The most common case that happen to infertility in women is the ovulation disorders. Changes in ovulation mechanism potentially cause the infertility. This is usually caused by the hormones that’s not work properly. This can be caused by various reason, such as stress or psychological factors. Ovulation disorders can be in form of can’t not release egg or irregular release of eggs.

Damaged Fallopian Tube will trigger the appearance of scarring tissue and change in shape that can cause the elimination of eggs. Fallopian Tube can be blocked due endometriosis (uterine lining that attached to tube tissue), pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), which is often caused by sexually transmitted infections, like chlamydia. It can’t be known during infection, so use contraceptives or spiral IUDs can decrease the risk of PID.


Cervix (neck of uterus) usually produces thick fluids. When estrogen levels rise just before ovulation, the fluids turned into less viscous so the sperm can enter into uterus. If estrogen levels are low or there’s an infection, the fluids will remain thick and impermeable to sperm. In some rare case, the cervix even actively against the movement of sperm. This is usually caused by Hormone Imbalance.


Although structural abnormalities of the uterus is rare, this could potentially lead to infertility problems. The uterus can not develop properly in fetus stage and consequently can make the uterus form a odd shape. Large or benign tumors (myomas) in the uterus muscle wall can reduce the size of the room in this organs and cause changes shape change of uterus. Uterine surgery or uterine inflammatory disease can also affect the structure of uterus and may cause interruption of pregnancy in the future.


A large or benign growth seen pushing the uterine wall, thereby reducing the size of the uterine cavity and change the shape of the organ.


In some cases, some women for no apparent reason make antibodies against her partner’s sperm. When the sperm swim from the vagina into the cervix, antibodies attack and immobilize sperm, preventing fertilization efforts.


Pieces of endometrium sometime snagged on fallopian tube, resulting in blockages and changes in shape, and make the tube can not be passed by egg.