Infinite Score - Egg Freezing Centre in Delhi, India
Factors to consider
01/06 Age

Unlike a male, a female is born with a limited number of eggs for reproduction. As a foetus, a female has about 6 million to 7 million eggs. At birth, you’re left with approximately 1 million eggs. By the time of puberty, only about 300,000 remain. Of these, only 300 to 400 will be ovulated during a woman’s reproductive lifetime.

02/06 Anti-Mullerian hormone

Anti-Mullerian hormone or AMH is a hormone produced by the granulosa cells in your ovarian follicles. The production of AMH is reflective of your ovarian reserve. Think of your ovarian reserve as a basket of eggs. You’re typically born with a basket full of eggs, and those eggs get used up over your lifetime. An AMH test can tell you your egg count

03/06 Follicle-stimulating hormone

Follicle-stimulating hormone or FSH is a gonadotropin, a glycoprotein polypeptide hormone. FSH is synthesized and secreted by the gonadotropic cells of the anterior pituitary gland and regulates the development, growth, pubertal maturation, and reproductive processes of the body.

04/06 Antral follicle count

An antral follicle is a small, fluid-filled sac inside your ovary that contains an immature egg. The follicle itself plays a major role in egg maturation and the subsequent release of an egg in ovulation. The antral follicle count or the AFC can indicate things like how many eggs are left in your ovaries, the total number of mature eggs you might retrieve from a stimulation cycle.

05/06 Specific medical conditions

Known reproductive related conditions may influence the paste of the biological clock

06/06 Family History

Some conditions which affect fertility may be genetics. If your family members suffer from such conditions it may increase your chances to develop similar conditions.

Infinite’s developed formula, which translates a set of fertility assessment parameters into your typical Finite Score, indicates your biological clock status, or your ovum’s current ability to produce viable embryos1.

This indicative score is then used to determine the measures to be taken to preserve your current fertility — while you continue to achieve your personal and professional goals, according to your preferred timelines, by delaying pregnancy.

Your Age, AMH, FSH, AFC, Family History, and knowledge of specific medical conditions like PCOS, Endometriosis2 etc that affect your fertility health.

The Finite Screening process includes the assessment of your Medical History via an interview, Blood Work and a USG.

Basis your lifestyle, time and comfort, you can choose to set an appointment at the clinic and complete all stages together or have the interview conducted digitally and the rest at our clinic.

Know what the Finite Score signifies


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