Milann is one of India’s leading chain of fertility centers with five units in Bangalore, one each in New Delhi, Chandigarh, Mumbai and Ahmedabad. Formerly known as BACC Healthcare, it was rebranded as Milann – The Fertility Center, when BACC Healthcare entered into a strategic partnership with HCG Hospitals. Established in 1989 to offer couples access to advanced medical diagnosis and treatment options in the field of Assisted Reproduction (IVF treatment & IUI treatment), Milann has been redefining high-tech fertility care in India. Milann as an organization enables the coming together of like-minded clinical specialists to make the best practices in fertility care accessible to all. With medical experts who have all obtained their post-doctoral Fellowship and extensively trained in assisted reproduction including reproductive endocrinology, ovarian biology, reproductive immunology and the genetics of fertility, Milann has a technological edge over its competitors.
Spearheaded by Dr. Kamini A Rao, a leading obstetrician and infertility specialist and recipient of the Padma Sri Award, Milann offers comprehensive healthcare services to women, encompassing pre-pregnancy planning, pregnancy and post-delivery. Among Dr. Kamini Rao’s early contributions to the field are the establishment of South India‘s first Semen Bank, India’s First SIFT Baby and South India’s first babies born through ICSI (Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection) as well as through Laser Assisted Hatching. Across a clinical and research career spanning three decades, Dr. Kamini Rao has been a mentor to a large number of fertility specialists while serving as a beacon of hope to thousands of infertile couples. Milann has been recognised and awarded for its IVF treatment expertise by Frost & Sullivan. It was also awarded India's Best Fertility and IVF center in 2016.
Team of Doctors
Milann offers a range of fertility treatments including medical and surgical procedures
To manage high-risk pregnancies, Milann has a team of trained and dedicated consultants who work
Minimally invasive procedures used to diagnose and treat female disorders like pelvic problems,
Egg, Sperm & Embryo donation as well as surrogacy options for couples who are unable to conceive
We offer diagnostic services from pre-pregnancy to the prenatal and post-natal period;
While obstetrics deals with providing healthcare for women during pregnancy, gynaecology is a specialty
Infertility is the inability to conceive after a year of unprotected intercourse in women under 35, or after six months in women over 35, or the inability to carry a pregnancy to term.
Both male and female factors contribute to infertility. Some studies suggest that male and female factors contribute equally. In many cases it may not be possible to definitely explain the reasons for infertility. It is essential that both the male and female partners be evaluated during an infertility work up.
Many things can change a woman's ability to have a baby. These include age, smoking, excess alcohol use, stress, poor diet, being overweight or underweight, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), health problems that cause hormonal changes, such as polycystic ovarian syndrome and primary ovarian insufficiency.
Anything that raises the temperature of the scrotum such as the use of hot tubs or long baths or over-tight clothing can harm sperm production. A variety of medicines and recreational drugs can also decrease male fertility. These include alcohol, cigarettes as well as certain medications. Studies have also shown that environmental factors have contributed to decreasing sperm counts over the years.
Most physicians advise you not to be concerned unless you have been trying to conceive for at least one year. If the female partner is over 30 years old, has a history of pelvic inflammatory disease, painful periods, recurrent miscarriage, or irregular periods, it might be prudent to seek help sooner. If the male partner has a known or suspected low sperm count, then it would also be prudent to seek help sooner than waiting a year.