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Apart from the three basic tests – a Vaginal Sonography can be done to check the ovaries, the endometrial lining and to see if there are any fibroids in the uterus or cysts in the ovary. Hormonal analysis is also done and laparoscopy and hysteroscopy are done as and when required.

Infertility is not being able to conceive even after a year of unprotected intercourse. Mainly, there are three types of tests which are required to determine the cause. Firstly, semen analysis of the husband is done to ensure that there is adequate number of sperms being produced. The second test is done to see whether ovulation is happening in the woman or not with the help of an endometrial biopsy or having a simple hormone test. The progesterone test is done one week prior to the next predictable menses.

If both the tests are normal, then the next test is an x-ray. A hysterosalpingogram (HSG) is done to see if the fallopian tubes are open and in order to make sure that the uterine lining is well-matched for embryo attachment. A dye is injected through the cervix into the uterine cavity. This test tells that the sperms are able to get to the fallopian tubes where fertilization takes place and the egg can be captured by the fallopian tube. These three tests are the basis to infertility evaluation.

Couples who have recently stopped contraception, the average pregnancy rate per month is about 20%. In case of a typical couple, it actually means that 50% get pregnant within the first six months and another 30-40% conceive in the following 6 months. It becomes difficult to conceive after a year of unsuccessful attempts and infertility specialists suggest assessment after 12 months of attempted conception. We also advise assessment after 6 months in patients who are above the age of 35 owing to an age-related decline in fertility that happens with most people.

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  • MBBS, MAMC, New Delhi-GOLD MEDALIST (2007-2012)
  • MD Obstetrics and Gynaecology, AIIMS, New Delhi (2013-2016)
  • Non Academic-Senior Resident, AIIMS, New Delhi (2016-2019)
  • DNB (2017)
  • Clinical attachment University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust, Coventry, UK (May-June 2018)
  • MRCOG (2019)
  • MICOG (2022)
  • DM Reproductive Medicine, AIIMS, New Delhi (2019-2022)
  • European Fellowship of Reproductive Medicine, EFRM-ESHRE/EBCOG (I) (2023)
  • Lifetime Member of:
    • Association of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of Delhi (AOGD)
    • Federation of Obs and Gynae of India (FOGSI)
    • Indian Fertility Society (IFS)
    • European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE)
    • Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (RCOG)
    • Delhi Gynaecological Endoscopic Society (DGES)
    • IMA (Indian Medical Association)
    • Indian Society of Assisted Reproduction (ISAR)
    • Indian Association of Gynae Endoscopy (IAGE
  • Faculty and Examiner of Indian Fertility Society Diploma Courses in Reproductive Medicine and Embryology associated with Amity University

Projects Worked On:

1. “Prognostic Significance of HE4 Tissue Expression in Serous Epithelial Ovarian Carcinoma” under the guidance of Prof Neerja Bhatla, Prof Lalit Kumar and Dr. Sandeep Mathur, now published in Indexed journal- South Asian Journal of Cancer. ICMR funded research project 2014-2016
2. “Implementation of non-invasive preimplantation genetic testing for aneuploidies using next-generation sequencing (NGS) on spent culture media”, under the guidance of Prof Neeta Singh (in house PGT-A facility using NGS in AIIMS for the first time in any government institute in India) DHR funded project 2020-2022
3. Worked on various projects on Recent advances/Innovations in Reproductive Medicine

  • Recurrent Implantation failure
  • Poor responders in IVF
  • Ovarian rejuvenation (Regenerative medicine- using Stem cells and PRP)
  • Use of PRP in thin endometrium

Special Interest : PGT-A, RIF, Poor Responders, Oncofertility

ICMR funded and institute funded 2019-2022


Total Publications: 25

  • Original Research: 6
  • Chapters in books: 5
  • Review articles: 4
  • Case Reports: 4
  • Letter to Editors: 6
  • Abstracts accepted and published in international conference and journal : 8 Article Type Article Name  Journal
1. Original Article Prognostic Significance of HE4 Tissue Expression in Serous Epithelial Ovarian Carcinoma SAJC
2. Original Article Predictors of oocyte yield in controlled ovarian hyperstimulation in IVF/ICSI cycles: A Retrospective Analysis in a tertiary care centre IJRCOG
3. Original Article Anxieties and apprehensions among women waiting for fertility treatments during the COVID-19 pandemic. IJGO
4. Original Article Comparison of maternal outcomes in spontaneous singleton pregnancies versus in vitro fertilization conception: single centre 10 years cohort study JBRA
5. Original Article Epidural Analgesia for Pain Management in Acute Pancreatitis during Pregnancy and Its Effect on Maternal and Fetal Outcome. OGI
6. Original Article Expanding Indications of Primary Arthrodesis in Selected Individuals for Managing Complex Hindfoot Trauma During COVID-19 Pandemic. Indian J Orthop.
7. Review Article Endometritis-Diagnosis, Treatment and its impact on fertility: A Scoping Review JBRA
8. Review article Impact of endometriosis on female fertility and the management options for endometriosis-related infertility in reproductive age women: a scoping review with recent evidences. MEFSJ
9. Review article Assessing the impact of COVID 19 on male fertility: A systematic review JHRM
10. Review Article COVID vaccination in pregnancy GJRM
11. Chapter Practical Aspects of Oncofertility AOGD Bulletin March
12. Chapter Adolescent PCOS FOGSI Update 2022
13. Case Report Rare cause of unexplained hypertension in an oligomenorrheic adolescent girl with adnexal mass: case report and review of literature. IJRCOG
14. Case Report Miracle Pregnancy: Management of Poor Responder in In-Vitro Fertilization. GJRM
15. Case Report Transfer or not to transfer? a medical dilemma. IJRCOG
16. Case Report Successful IVF outcome after repeat laparoscopic ovarian drilling in a case of resistant PCOS. BMJ Case Rep.
17. Brief Communication/LTE Which ovarian stimulation parameters influence the number and proportion of mature oocytes retrieved in IVF cycles? J Assist Reprod Genet.
18. Brief Communication/LTE Hysterosalpingography using Magnetic Resonance Imaging for infertility patients JBRA
19. Brief Communication/LTE Is 2-6 h optimal window for ICSI? J Assist Reprod Genet.
20. Brief Communication/LTE Re: Dehydroepiandrosterone supplementation has no added benefit on live birth rate in poor ovarian responders BJOG
21. Brief Communication/LTE The effects of hysteroscopic morcellation of endometrial polyps on frozen embryo transfer outcomes Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod
22. Brief Communication/LTE Does clomiphene citrate versus recombinant FSH in intrauterine insemination cycles differ in follicular development? JBRA

Awards and Fellowships

1. 2009 Smt. Sarla Devi Award (GOLD MEDAL) for Best student in Pharmacology for year 2009 at MAMC, New Delhi MAMC,New Delhi
2. 2009 Col. Taneja Award (GOLD MEDAL) for best student in 2nd Professional MBBS for year 2009 at MAMC, New Delhi MAMC,New Delhi
3. 2009 Roll of Honour for 2nd Professional MBBS for year 2009 at MAMC, New Delhi MAMC, New Delhi
4. 2010 11th Dr. A.S. Puri Memorial Scholarship for 2 nd Professional All Round performance at MAMC, New Delhi MAMC, New Delhi
5. 2010 Smt Parvati Devi Memorial Award (GOLD MEDAL) for Best student in Ophthalmology for year 2010 at MAMC, New Delhi MAMC,  New Delhi
6. 2016 Smt. Leelawati Salwan Book Prize Award for outstanding research in Obstetrics & Gynecology in 2016 at AIIMS, Delhi AIIMS, New Delhi
7. 2015 Best paper under Miscellaneous category in FENIX 2015 (Annual conference of Delhi Gynaecological Endoscopists Society) AIIMS, New Delhi
8. 2018 Won the Delhi State Chapter ISAR (Indian Society of Assisted Reproduction) Quiz Sept 2017 and was runner up at the National ISAR quiz AIIMS, New Delhi
9. 2018 Clinical attachment with Dr. Kavita Goswami in Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust, Coventry, United Kingdom from 29 th May 2018 to 21st June 2018 Coventry UK
10. 2019 Won the Third prize in “IVF & Reproductive Medicine Update“ Quiz organized by IVF centre AIIMS, New Delhi
11. 2019 I have completed the IFS Pathshala certified Master Courses in January 2019 on the following topics:

  • Ovulation induction, gonadotrophins and cycle monitoring
  • Reproductive Endocrinology and Applied Genetics
  • Cryobiology: Semen, Oocyte, Embryo, Ovarian cortex freezing
  • Embryo Culture, Media and labware: Basic concepts, Hands on Laboratory Procedures
  • QA & QC in ART centre
Indian Fertility Society
12. 2017-19 Passed MRCOG Part 1, 2 and 3: Member of Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (MRCOG) in a convocation (Feb 2020) RCOG, UK
13. 2022 Became member of Indian College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology  (MICOG) in a virtual convocation in January 2022 ICOG, India
14. 2022 Abstracts accepted for Oral/poster presentation in 3 International Conferences in 2022

  • ASPIRE 2022
  • RCOG World Congress 2022- Among the Top 5 posters in the subcategory
  • ESHRE 2022
AIIMS, New Delhi
15. 2022 DM Reproductive Medicine Thesis  submitted in August 2022 titled “Implementation of non-invasive preimplantation genetic testing for aneuploidies using next-generation sequencing (NGS) on spent culture media” AIIMS, New Delhi
16. 2022 Poster Presentation on AIIMS Research Day 2022 (DM Reproductive Medicine Thesis) AIIMS, New Delhi
17. 2023 Passed European Fellowship of Reproductive Medicine (EFRM/ESHRE)-I
18. 2023 Presented my research on NIPGT-A in ESHRE 2023, Copenhagen, Denmark
19. 2023 Member of the Indian Fertility Society Guideline Development Group- Management of Poor Responders
20. 2023 Received IFS (Indian Fertility Society) Appreciation Award in Fertivision 2023
21. 2024 Received FOGSI Dr.Shanti Yadav Award for Infertility 2023, AICOG 2024, Hyderabad

Practical Skills

I have gained experience in all the Obstetrics and Gynaecology modalities working at prestigious institute like AIIMS, New Delhi for almost 10 years.

During Non Academic Senior Resident (AIIMS, New Delhi) 2016-2019 experience in –

  • Reproductive Medicine/Infertility
  • High Risk Obstetrics Management
  • Fetal Medicine
  • Ultrasound in Obs and Gynae
  • Gyn Oncology
  • Endoscopy (Laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy)

Clinical attachment with Dr. Kavita Goswami, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust, Coventry UK (May-June 2018)

  • Gyn Oncology
  • Fetal Medicine
  • Infertility/Assisted Reproduction
  • Ambulatory Gynaecology and Urogynaecology sessions.

Academic Senior Resident (DM Reproductive Medicine) 2019-2022:

  • Reproductive Endocrinology
  • Fertility enhancing Endoscopy (Laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy)
  • Embryology
  • Preimplantation Genetics
  • Male Infertility/ Andrology
  • Oncofertility

9 years of Work experience (Avid Researcher and Teacher) at AIIMS, New Delhi

  • Patient Care and Management
  • Academics
  • Undergraduate and Postgraduate Teaching
  • Research Projects


  • FNB Reproductive Medicine (2020-2022) in CIMAR, EDAPPAL HOSPITAL, KERALA
  • M.S. Gynecology & Obstetrics (2013-2016)- GOLD MEDALIST in V.M.M.C & Safdarjung Hospital (SJH), New Delhi
  • Diplomat of National Board- Surgery (DNB) (2017) in National Board of Examination, New Delhi
  • MRCOG (PART 1&2) cleared –July 2022
  • MBBS (2007-2012) in V.M.M.C and Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi


  • Two years of experience in reproductive medicine and five years of gynecology/obstetrics, including five years of teaching experience.
  • Attending seminars and case studies.
  • Presenting seminars, symposium, and cases & papers.
  • Published papers in reputed journals.
  • Providing clinical care for patients seeking fertility treatment, including counseling, diagnosis, and treatment plans.
  • Can perform independent Oocyte pick (>50 performed) and Embryo transfer.
  • Performing a wide range of fertility treatments and procedures, such as ovulation induction, intrauterine insemination (IUI), in vitro fertilization (IVF), ICSI and egg freezing.
  • Conducting ultrasounds for follicular study, ovarian stimulation and suppression, FET scan and gynecology related scan.
  • Conducting obstetric ultrasounds and providing prenatal care for pregnant women, including high-risk pregnancies.
  • Performing gynecological surgeries, such as hysterectomy, myomectomy, and diagnostic and therapeutic hystero-laparoscopy.


  • Gold medalist in the post-graduation course 2013-16.
  • Gold medalist for presenting paper in miscellaneous category (Mr. S. Bhattacharya and Dr. Ganguly award)
  • Selected in isoparb Yuwa quiz North zone on Multiple pregnancy held on 28th January 2016
  • Third rank holder in quiz competition titled AOGD oral quiz on Preventive Health care in women held on 23/10/2015
  • Second rank in UPCOG 2015 ON Hormones in Obs And Gynae.
  • Third rank in PCOS society QUIZ conducted 2022.
  • First rank in ISAR GURUKUL Quiz.
  • Knowledge of cervical cancer, HPV infection and vaccine in nursing students, nursing staff and female hospital workers in a tertiary care centre of North India. In International journal of Pharmacology Research. Dec 2016
  • Factors behind failure of unsupervised self induced medical abortion: A study in North India. Archana Mishra et al / International Journal of Pharmacological Research 2017; 7(06): 123-126.
  • Genital Tuberculosis: is a key player for ectopic pregnancy in India: a cross-sectional observational study: Journal of MAR Gynaecology(volume3 issue 2) 2022.
  • Fertility outcome after intracytoplasmic sperm injection with surgically retrieved sperm in obstructive and non obstructive azoopermia. Int J Reprod Contracept Obstet Gynecol.2022 Oct;11(10):2760-2764.
  • Case Report: A rare case report: An abdominal ectopic pregnancy in subfertile patient managed with minimal invasive surgery. Oct 2022. J Asian Fed Obstet Gynaecol. Vol 14 Issue 6.
  • Role of global sphericity index in evaluation of fetal cardiac remodeling in late onset fetal growth restriction and small for gestational age fetuses. Mar 2023. J CLIN ULTRASOUND.
  • Fresh versus Frozen embryo transfer cycle clinical outcome after controlled ovarian stimulation in GnRH agonist protocol: retrospective cohort study. ( JSAFOG 23_127)
  • Is there any role of DNA fragmentation index in semen analysis?”in a couple of unexplained recurrent pregnancy loss: a prospective case control study (under process JCDR)


  • Live Operative Workshop:A new surgical technique for the treatment of female Urge & mixed incontinence 2014 at VMMC&SJH
  • Certificate course on Contraception in clinical practice 2014 at VMMC&SJH.
  • 36th Annual Conference of AOGD 2014 at IHC, lodhi road, Delhi.
  • Annual Conference of North Zone AICC RCOG on COHS, IVF,ICSI-Conventional protocols & modifications in challenging cases 2014 at APOLLO Hospital, Delhi.
  • 22nd Annual Conference NARCHI,2015 at UCMS &GTB Hospital, Delhi
  • FOGSI-GESTOSIS certificate course in hypertensive disorders of pregnancy 2015 at Royal Plaza, Delhi
  • 18th Practical course &CME 2015 at MAMC,Delhi.
  • 59th AICOG 2016 at Agra, U.P.
  • ISOPARB Yuva Quiz- North zone on multiple pregnancy 2016 at Ganga Ram Hospital, Delhi
  • 23rd Annual conference NARCHI 2016 at LHMC,Delhi.
  • 38th Annual Conference of AOGD,2016,Delhi
  • Fertility Update 2017 at MAMC, Delhi
  • 40TH Annual conference Of AOGD 2018 at New Delhi
  • 15 th Fertivision under IFS 2019, at New Delhi
  • ESHRE Annual conference 2021 (online)
  • FUSION (International conference on Reproductive Medicine ) , 4th-6th feb 2022: virtual conference
  • Fertivision 18th annual conference 2022,Hyderabad
  • Annual conference of PCOS society 2022, MUMBAI
  • 10TH International congress of Academy of Clinical Embryologists, ACE 2022, Gurugram, New Delhi
  • 9TH International Annual Conference of the Fertility preservation Society(India), Dec 2022

Arising in China in late 2019, the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) has swept the globe, confirmed cases of COVID-19 have grown rapidly. On the 23rd of March 2020, ‘lockdown’ was announced to limit the spread of the virus, subsequently private hospitals cancelled all elective work and ART procedures going on.Now as the COVID-19 pandemic is stabilising, with return to normal daily life activities, all ART treatments have been restarted in ART centers .We at our center have also reintroduced ART services and managing the patients following good clinical practice to minimise risk to patients and staff.

  • We manage our appointments, scans and procedures according to specific timetables to limit the number of patients at one point.
  • We try to Reduce face-to-face interactions:by reducing frequency and duration of visits without compromising safety and quality. We are encouraging telephone and video consultations in most situations.
  • We have put restriction on partners and accompanying persons ,unless its very important
  • Our waiting rooms and working spaces are redesigned to guarantee appropriate distancing.
  • We have Provision of protective screens for administrative staff.Personal protective equipment and sanitation devices for patients and staff has been installed.
  • All patients starting ovarian stimulation, IUI or embryo transfer cycles have to answer a Covid-19 risk questionnaire.
  • All patients are offered a choice to proceed with or postpone their ART treatment & patient preference is clearly documented. Patients are informed, clearly understand the risks related to COVID-19 disease
  • We are giving priority to treatments of Fertility preservation for patients facing cancer chemotherapy or other treatment that is likely to affect their fertility, special risk patients with low ovarian reserve, advanced age and those facing extirpative pelvic surgery (for instance due to severe endometriosis or bilateral ovarian cysts) are also given priority.
  • COVID test is done of all patients and partners having ovarian stimulation or IUI/DI on day 2/3,and again on Day 9/10 of cycle.
  • We advise patients and potential donors to self-isolate, if possible, from the start of ovarian stimulation treatment until egg collection in order to minimise the risk of infection, and risk of treatment cancellation.
  • We try Minimising clinical risk by following protocols to minimise the risk of OHSS : a GnRH-Antagonist protocol and GnRH-agonist trigger and careful ovarian stimulation to minimise the risk of hospital admission for patients and to reduce the burden of infection.
  • Cryopreservation of gametes and embryos during the pandemic is being performed only in separate cryocans. If a Patient become symptomatic after oocyte retrieval but prior to embryo transfer we advise to freeze all their embryos for future use
  • M.B.B.S – 2009,Mahatma Gandhi Medical College, Jaipur Rajasthan University of Health Sciences.
  • M.S. (Obstetrics & Gynecology) – 2012, Mahatma Gandhi Medical College, Jaipur, Rajasthan University of Health Sciences.
  • Fellowship in Assisted Reproductive Technology and Infertility : Ridge IVF Center, New Delhi : August 2018 to August 2019


  • Received Gold Medal and secured 2nd position in the University in First Prof M.B.B.S. University Examination and Honours in Biochemistry, August 2004.
  • Received Gold Medal and secured 1st position in the University in Second Prof M.B.B.S. University Examination and secured honours in Pharmacology, Pathology and Microbiology in May 2006.
  • Merit holder in University and secured honours in Obstetrics & Gynecology in Final Prof M.B.B.S.(Part-II),in March 2008.
  • Worked as Consultant in Infertility and Obstetrics/Gynaecology at Vinayak Hospital , Derawal Nagar from January 2018 to January 2020.
  • Worked as Associate consultant at Apollo Cradle, Moti Nagar from Jan 2017 to September 2019.
  • Senior Resident in Obstetrics & Gynaecology: Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital, New Delhi: 29/08/2013 to 28/08/2016.
  • Senior Resident in Obstetrics & Gynaecology: Shri Dada Dev Matri Avum Shishu Chikitsalaya, New Delhi :21/3/2013 to 27/8/2013.
  • Senior Resident in Obstetrics & Gynaecology: Action Balaji Hospital, New Delhi: 3/11/2012 to 31/3/2013.
  • Mahatma Gandhi Medical College & Hospital: Post graduate trainee (20th May 2009 – 31st May 2012).


  • “A Comparative study between Cleavage stage embryo transfer at day 3 and Blastocyst stage transfer at day 5 in IVF/ICSI on Clinical pregnancy rates”. Dissertation under the guidance of Dr.M.L.Swarankar and Dr.Manju Maheshwari, Prof & Unit Head, Dept of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Mahatma Gandhi Medical College & Hospital, Jaipur.
  • A Comparative study of Effects of Intrauterine Infusion of Autologous Platelet Rich Plasma with Intrauterine Infusion of Granulocyte Colony-Stimulating Factor on Endometrial thickness & Clinical Pregnancy Rates in Frozen Embryo Transfer. Dr.M.Gouri Devi, Dr.Nympheae Walecha, Dr.Prabhleen Kaur
  • “Attitudes and Practices of Gynecologists in Jaipur towards management of menopause” Indian Journal of Midlife health. Vol 1,Issue 2, Jul-Dec, 2010.
  • “Implantation Rates after Two and Five Days of Embryo Culture: A Comparative Study.” JK Science Journal. Vol. 15 No. 4, Oct- December 2013.
  • “A Comparative study between Cleavage stage embryo transfer at day 3 and Blastocyst stage transfer at day 5 in IVF/ICSI on Clinical pregnancy rates” Journal of Human Reproductive Sciences, Volume 7,Issue 3,Jul – Sep 2014.
  • “Serum Anti-Mullerian Hormone, Serum Follicle Stimulating Hormone and Serum Estradiol in the Prediction of Ovarian Reserve: A Comparative Study” International Journal of Science and Research, Volume 3[10], October 2014.
  • “Ectopic pregnancy rates with cleavage stage embryo transfer at day 3 versus blastocyst stage transfer at day 5: A prospective analysis”. Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences. Vol. 3,Issue 55,October 2014.
  • “Cervical Pregnancy: A Case Report”, International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) Volume 3 Issue 11, November 2014.
  • “Concurrent bilateral ectopic pregnancy: a rarity“ in International Journal of Reproduction, Contraception, Obstetrics and Gynecology. 2015 Aug; 4(4):
  • “A rare case of myiasis in a woman with genital prolapse“ in International Journal of Reproduction, Contraception, Obstetrics and Gynecology. 2016 Oct; 5(10): 3590-3592.


  • Participated in IMS Quiz of Indian Menopause Society held on December 8th, 2009 at Jaipur and secured 2nd position in quiz.
  • Presented Poster on “Attitudes and Practices of Gynecologists of Jaipur towards management of Menopause” in IMSCON 2010 held at Chennai from February 5-7,2010 & received the best poster award.
  • Participated in Quiz Competition in Contraception and Beyond World Congress @ Jaipur and secured 2nd position, on March 6-7,2010.
  • Presented a paper on “Place of VIA as a Screening Tool for Early Detection of Cervical Cancer in Low resource Setting” in 18th Indian Conference on Reproductive & Child Health (NARCHI) at Nagpur on 25th September 2010.
  • Presented a paper on “VIA” in the sixth National Conference on ISCCP and participated in the Live Workshop with Hands-on training on Colposcopy on 23-24th February,2011 at Jaipur, Rajasthan.
  • Presented paper on “ A comparative study between Cleavage stage embryo transfer at day 3 and Blatocyst stage transfer at day 5 in IVF/ICSI on Clinical pregnancy rates” at NARCHI-2012,held at New Delhi on 15th & 16th September,2012 & received 2nd prize for best scientific paper.

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  • Never mix Viagra with nitrate medications, as it can dangerously lower blood pressure.
  • Report any troubling side effects like vision changes, ringing in ears, chest pain, dizziness, etc.

Following dosage guidelines and your doctor’s instructions allows Viagra to work optimally so you can experience improved erectile function.