Infertility treatment in India is physically and emotionally demanding, and depending on your needs it can be very expensive too, so it’s important to find a infertility clinic and fertility specialist that’s right for you. You can ask your family doctor for advice about choosing a best fertility specialist but you can also do your own research online on www.google.com, www.yahoo.com or www.bing.combefore committing to an infertility doctor and fertility clinic in India. Below mentioned are some information that you can consider before zeroing on an infertility doctor.
There are many types of infertility clinics in India that operate in different ways. For example, some infertility clinics are set up to cater specifically for low income group, so they may not be more equipped with latest screening technology. These infertility clinics in India offer limited treatments for people with a capped budget. If you want to choose one of these clinics, ask whether they offer treatments that will meet your medical needs and level of complexity.
As with any medical treatment, it’s important to find an Infertility doctor who makes you feel comfortable. Infertility treatment is complex, so try to find a infertility doctor who explains things well and who listens to you, so you feel truly informed. Dr Nandita Palshetkar is one of the best infertility doctors in India who is willing to listen to her patients and offers personalised care and treatment.
Also before committing to an infertility doctor, you may want to ask if they will be doing all your consultations and procedures such as egg pick-up procedures and embryo transfers. At some fertility clinics in India there may be a roster of infertility doctors for different procedures, so you may see another doctor from time to time.
You will likely find different types of doctors at various infertility clinics. For example, some infertility clinics employ GPs or an intern to do initial consultations with you before you see a qualified fertility specialist. At other infertility clinics you will only see a qualified fertility specialist.
Most of the infertility specialists in India are gynaecologists and bstetricians who have done extra training in assisted reproductive treatment. Some will have done the Certificate course in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility and some have special areas of interest. For example, if you are a male with a male infertility problems then you may want to visit a infertility clinic with access to an andrologist (male reproductive health specialist).
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