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India News Hosts Second Edition of IVF & Gynecology Conclave

MediaInfoline May 15, 2019
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India News hosts the second edition of IVF & Gynecology Conclave at Hotel Andaz, Aerocity to honour the extraordinary commitment and contribution of the talented practitioners in the field of IVF & Gynecology.

The event was graced by bollywood actor-producer Ms. Chitrangda Singh who falicitated the best talents in the field of Gynecology and IVF treatments. While speaking with India News at an exclusive session, actor-producer Ms Chitrangda Singh speaks up for better mental health care for women, she said “One should prioritise themselves and their mental health.” Further she said “A lot of celebrities put out videos showing that everything is great but there are PR agencies behind it and it is well-crafted.”, says Chitrangda on mental health and social media pressure. On her Bollywood journey, she said “I did not plan anything, it was a complete coincidence.” She also shared her views on the general elections and said “I appeal to everyone to caste their vote, while she shared an incident that she specailly came to Delhi for voting but could not caste her vote due to elimiation of her name from the electoral list. “I have no plans to enter politics” she said while she was asked on her views on entering into politics.

India News IVF & Gynecology Conclave brought together some of the top experts from the field of gynaecology, embryology and IVF. The experts exchanged ideas and thoughts that bridge the gaps that hinder the growth of Indian fertility industry.

The event witnessed some of the key sessions, which touched upon various issues related to Embryology, Infertility and Women’s health. As per a research, about 45% of couple’s face infertility problems and 22 to 33 million couples in the reproductive age are suffering from  lifetime infertility. However with the help of advanced infertility treatments the distressed couples can be blessed with a child.

The esteemed panel of speakers included some top-line gynaecologists and embryologists in the field including, Dr Jaipdeep Malhotra, Managing Director, Rainbow IVF; Dr Keshav Malhotra, Director, Rainbow IVF; Dr Arvind Vaid, Head- Indira IVF; Dr Ruma Tanwar, Gyneaeocology & obestrics, Maulana Azad Medical College; Dr Narendra Malhotra, Dr Shweta and Dr Nandita Palshetkar.

The inaugral session was attended by Dr Jaipdeep Malhotra, Managing Director, Rainbow IVF; Dr Keshav Malhotra, Director, Rainbow IVF; Dr Arvind Vaid, Head- Indira IVF and Dr Sunita Arora, Senior Consultant and clinical head, Bloom IVF discussed on the topic- Embryology: Status, Modalities, Developments & Prospects.

Dr. Sunita Arora said “IVF is a procedure which can bring happienss in the lives of childless couples.” “It is been 40 years while the first IVF baby was born, the process is successful since 40 years”, said  Dr. Jaipdeep Malhotra. During the session, the elite panelits debunks myths related to embryology and IVF.

In next session was attended by, Dr Narendra Malhotra, Rainbow IVF; Dr Abha Majumdar, Dr Shweta, Senior doctor, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital; Dr. Sheetal Agarwal, Senior Consultant, Gynaecology & Obestrics, Apollo Spectra Hospitals, the doctors discusses about Infertility: Growing in India among Male & Female. “Lifestyle changes in metro cities and unhygienic conditions in rural areas are major problem of infertility amongst couples”, said Dr. Narendra Malhotra, while, Dr. Shweta said “Our society blames women for infertility.” Dr. Abha Majumdar said “Intake of more than 50 ml alcohol everyday can harm the sperm count in men”.

The last session was attended by, Dr. Gunan Gupta, Gunan IVF world; Dr. Ruma Satvik, Sir Gangaram Hospital; Prof. Dr. Renu Ranwar, Gynaecology & Obestrics, Maulana Azad Medical College; Dr. SN Basu, Senior Director and Head of Department Max Super Speciality Hospital, the doctors discusses on the issue of Women Health & Menstruation. One should be very careful about the information available on Google related to menstrual health, says the panel of doctors.

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