Dr. Nandita Palshetkar is one of the pioneers of IVF treatment not just in Mumbai but in India specializing in Assisted Reproductive Technologies and has been instrumental in helping over 25,000 aspiring parents to have a baby of their own. She is credited with an average IVF success rate of 35-45% in started cycles in women under 35.
Parenthood is the dream of every couple. The urge to procreate is genetically motivated and is one of the greatest sources of enduring joy for couples.
Yet, given increasing levels of infertility in today's generation, there are millions of couples who pine for the joy of having a baby. Infertility in women, low sperm counts or motility in men and many other causes makes parenthood difficult if not impossible for such couples. As an IVF specialist, I understand how challenging it can be for couples facing infertility. However, there is good news. In vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment can be a boon for those who are unable to procreate naturally. IVF is a highly successful and safe assisted reproductive technology that involves fertilizing eggs with sperm in a laboratory setting, and then transferring the resulting embryo(s) into the uterus.
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Dr. Nandita is committed to providing exceptional value for her patients. She believes that every couple deserves a chance at parenthood and she strives to make IVF treatment as accessible and affordable as possible. She ensures that her patients are well-informed about the treatment options and costs involved, and she works with them to create customized treatment plans that suit their needs and budgets.
Dr. Nandita has a proven track record of achieving high success rates for her patients. She uses the latest and most advanced techniques and technology to optimize the chances of success for her patients.
IVF (In Vitro Fertilisation) is the process of surgically removing a woman's eggs and fertilizing them with a man's sperm in controlled laboratory conditions.
ICSI works almost exactly like the IVF procedure, except the fertilization process. In ICSI the sperm is injected into the egg individually using a machine called micromanipulator.Learn More
Egg Donation is the process of extracting eggs from the uterus of a healthy and genetically tested female, fertilizing it and implanting it in the uterus of the patient.Learn More
Embryoscopy is the examination of the embryo at 9-10 weeks' gestation through the intact membranes by introducing an endoscope into the exocoelomic space transcervically or transabdominally.Learn More
IMSI works by examining the sperm cells at an extremely higher than normal magnification (5 times higher than usual lab instruments) and picking out the healthiest looking sperm cells and injecting them individually in the egg.Learn More