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In fertility is a blot which smears society and affects 60% of the marriages in India at one point of time. It is seen that infertility affects both male and female sexes. 40% of females are affected while 40% of males are affected. It is important to note that in 20% of couples both parties will have a fertility problem in India.

This medical problem is misunderstood and in 80% of the divorce cases is the cause of divorce, re-marriage and in some extreme cases death. Also infertility is treated by superstitious methods and couples resort to unfair practices such as abduction and ritual sacrifices. First and foremost, we should remember that infertility is not a curse; it is a medical problem which can be corrected by the advancement in technology.

In Punjab, historically in the sikh religion we have a prime example of Baba Budha. Being without a child for many years Guru Arjun Dev'; wife Ganga Devi became anxious. Guru Arjan Dev told her, "If you wish a child, ask a pious Sikh like Baba Buddha, the aged seer and devout disciple of Guru Nanak for a blessing". Ganga Devi went to seek the blessings of baba Buddha with a large entourage. She presented baba Buddha with many delicacies to eat. Baba Buddha refused to provide any blessings. Upon hearing what happened, Gurur Arjan Dev told his wife to return this time on foot, with a simple meal prepared by himself. This thime Baba Buddha was delighted and partook of the simple food. He prophesied; "A son will be born to you who will crush the enemies of Nanak's house, just as I have crushed this onion with my hand." That prophecy was to soon thereafter come true with the birth of Guru Hargobind in 1595.

Due to the social stigma involved in infertility and its domino effect on marital discord and increase in divorce rate, Baba ji felt the need of an IVF CENTRE WHERE RELIABLE AFFORDABLE SERVICE IS AVAILABLE it is based on moral, ethical values which are upheld. It is centre where infertile couples are counseled and are given treatment which more than often results in a positive result. The whole team works together under Dr. Antarpuneet Singh and use all resources to solve the problem safety in an inexpensive wy. Also tailor made situations are also given. This was a need which was felt by the present Babaji who setup the institute to stem the rise in marital discord, and the burgeoning rise in divorces and second marriages.

One more kind effort guided in favor of God. The real happiness comes when, we do some good things for people that give them satisfaction of life. The same is done by Baba Bhagwant Bhajan Singh, who doubled the happiness of various families by his helpful and kind thoughts. With blessings from Baba Budha Sahib Ji, the inauguration of Sant Jaswant Singh Infertility Service Centre held on 1st February 2009, with best wishes from Punjab's own Bibi Surinder Kaur Badal.

This health centre is also serving people from abroad, with various disorders, especially Infertility Centre. This centre is well equipped with modern technologies that assist and treat Infertility through modern I.V.F. In Vitro Fertilization, G.I.F.T. Gamete Intrafallopian Transfer, I.C.S.I. Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection and T.E.S.A. Testicular Sperm Aspiration, P.E.S.A. Percutaneous Sperm Aspiration.

The Infertility Centre is also enriched with laboratory in which Ultrasound, X- rays, Hormone tests, Painless delivery, General surgery through latest technology is done.

Sant Jaswant Singh Fertility Services Centre is North India's best Fertility Service Centre and is focused to give tremendous happiness in each Infertile couple's lives.

This is social welfare deed that results in spreading happiness and smiles to various families. With best wishes from Babaji and latest equipped technologies, an infertile couple is able to be parents of kids. With this, respective families and new born have blessings from Gurudwara Sahib for giving the greatest happiness of life.
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