The diagnosis of infertility is difficult and once you’ve been recommended the assistance of reproductive medicine, it’s natural that you’d want to look for the best doctors for IVF in India.
Over 15-20 million people in India have problems in conceiving, according to a WHO report, and the numbers are growing every year.
Hundreds of fertility clinics have popped up to cater to the growing demand of infertile couples. However, the lack of medical regulation couple with aggressive marketing means there is no way to verify the veracity of the claims being made.
The importance of finding the right doctor, getting correct diagnosis, and a reliable well-equipped clinic cannot be stressed enough to anyone, who is preparing themselves for this journey. The treatments require your to take hormone supplements and if you’re going to spend hundreds of thousands on IVF, it is imperative that you take the time to find the fertility specialist that makes you feel comfortable and confidant.
Consult with the below fertility experts in India, who are committed to patient welfare and safety:
Dr. Sarat Battina is one of most experienced doctors for IVF in Chennai. He is one of India’s leading and South India’s top infertility specialists, whose career spans over four decades.
Dr. Richa Sharma is a highly qualified fertility specialist with extensive experience in IVF and other ART. Her profound knowledge of the subject helped her achieve the highest pregnancy success rate at Bournhall clinic.
Dr. Surakshith Battina is a gynecologist and fertility expert practising in Chennai, India. He has keen interest in advanced gynecologic endoscopic surgery and is a certified robotic surgeon accredited by the Da Vinci Surgical Systems Training module 2013.
You can consult with more than one doctor before starting the treatment, so as to feel more secure, please let us know and we’ll arrange it for no extra cost.
Katole, A., & Saoji, A. V. (2019). Prevalence of Primary Infertility and its Associated Risk Factors in Urban Population of Central India: A Community-Based Cross-Sectional Study. Indian journal of community medicine: official publication of Indian Association of Preventive & Social Medicine, 44(4), 337–341. https://doi.org/10.4103/ijcm.IJCM_7_19