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Welcome to Gujarat Institute of Reproductive Medicine ( NewBirthIVF Center Surat )
We are the First IVF center in Gujarat & 7th in India to start in Oct 1993 with IVF Test tube baby with Extra-corporeal fertilization outside the human body to produce a viable embryo that can grow into a human being after transfer into uterus.
(N.B.The center in Surat started even before 1994 plague epidemic which caused world wide panic. This was the only center in Gujarat at that time and centers in Ahmadabad started in 1996.)
First IVF baby at Ahmadabad was reported at Ahmadabad OG society in 1997, whereas the First IVF baby of Gujarat was born in Surat in December 1995 from the team lead by Dr Nimish R Shelat and Dr Ranjanee N Shelat, reported by Times of India, on record of Surat OBGYN Society for advanced development in the state of Gujarat which had faced the panicky epidemic just an year ago. This center remains the epitome of scientific challenges and breakthroughs that were achieved despite all odds, that did not escape due recognition.The American Biographical Research Institute Research Association (ABIRA) Conferred its most prestigious World Lifetime Achievement award in year 2000 through the Govt of Gujarat , Ministry of health , from the hands of Honorable Health minister Shri Ashok Bhatt at the 7th National Congress of Juvenile and adolescent Gynecology and Obstetrics, at Surat in January 2000, to the pioneer of IVF technologies on the map of Gujarat , Dr Nimish R Shelat.
It was the 9th Center for IVF in India at that time in 1993 apart from Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Bengaluru. When today there are over 1000 IVF centers all over India, we stand apart from all just because of our Past success records. In fact, at our center the first advance reproductive technology carried was GIFT Gamete Intra fallopian transfer in 1991 with In vivo fertilization, after egg retrieval from ovaries added to sperm preparation inserted into fallopian tubes by Laparoscopy.
IVF Center Surat
Since the desire to procreate is universal, infertile couples through the centuries have searched the known and unknown in the hope of fulfilling their frustrated desire for parenthood. Center Surat
Medical statistics report that 1 out 7 married couples have difficulty in having children some of them continuing to fail despite full traditional medical treatment. Medical science has made tremendous advances in the field of Assisted Reproductive Techniques (ART) with rapid progress in this field making in Vitro Fertilization possible thereby opening options for new cure.
There is growing need in India for Assisted Reproductive Techniques, the concept of a purpose built laboratory and operation theater complex grew into reality with funding of Fertility Clinic and IVF Center in Gujarat.
As Newbirth IVF, SURAT. The Center is staffed by specially trained personnel including gynecologists, embryologists, laboratory technologists and nurses. As an established GUJARAT INSTITUTE OF REPRODUCTIVE MEDICINE, it has to its credit the first IVF, first egg donation first embryo donation babies of Gujarat.
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Below Listed are the Treatment Available At the IVF Center :
- In Vitro Fertilization and Embryo Transfer (IVF-ET)
- GIFT (Gamete Intrafallopian Transfer)
- ZIFT (Zygote Intrafallopian Transfer)
- Egg donation program
- Artificial Insemination / IUI
- Fertility evaluation and counseling
- Sperm and embryo freezing.
- Micro manipulation
First IVF Center
“With proven track – record of success, this is the most experienced unit in Gujarat with highest number of conceptions. With over 7750 Test Tube Babies in last 21 years.”
Cumulative success rates of IVF ICSI at NewBirthIVF are 85% clinical pregnancies at the end of 3 treatment cycles of testtube baby treatment.
These are at par with topmost centers of the World.
NewBirthIVF at Guajarat Institute of Reproductive Medicine is the 9th Center of IVF to be established in India in 1993 and the 1st in Gujarat at Surat
Gujarat Institute Of Reproductive Medicine ( IVF Center Surat )
About Dr. Nimish Shelat
Consultant Gynaecologist & Microsurgeon to ONGC, KRIBHCO
Former Lecturer, St. Georges Hospital Medical School,
University of London & Senior Resident Surgeon
N. Wadia Maternity Hospital Post-Graduate Institute in Gynaecology,
Obstetrics & Family Planning,
Dr. Nimish Shelat is the IMA Surat President of the Millennium Year and he is the grandson of freedom fighter Shri Kalidas K. Shelat, founding editor of the pre-independent Surat Gujarati daily ‘PRATAP’, and the son of renowned gynecologist Dr. Ramesh Shelat. With a brilliant academic record at school and university, he secured simultaneous admission to all state medical colleges as well as to the Indian institute to Technology. He ranked first with distinction in South Gujarat University’s Pre-University Science Program in 1975 with over 91% in First English medium batch as a National Scholar and awarded a National Merit Certificate and a National Scholarship of the Government of India’s Ministry of Education and Social Welfare in 1976. As an undergraduate student he won prizes in all extra-curricular activities, including photography, artistry, dramatics and journalism, while enjoying immense popularity among his fellow students, being named “Mr. B.J. Medical College” in 1978 He graduated with the M.B.B.S. in 1981 and was selected for the qualifications of DGO and FCPS of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Bombay and for the M.D. degree of the K.M. School of P.G. Medicine and Research at Ahmadabad in 1985.
About Dr. Ranjanee N Shelat
In vitro fertilization (or fertilization; IVF) is a process by which an egg is fertilized by sperm outside the body: in vitro (“in glass”). The process involves monitoring and stimulating a woman’s ovulatory process, removing an ovum or ova (egg or eggs) from the woman’s ovaries and letting sperm fertilize them in a liquid in a laboratory. The fertilized egg (zygote) is cultured for 2–6 days in a growth medium and is then implanted in the same or another woman’s uterus, with the intention of establishing a successful pregnancy.
IVF / ET Program Step – by – Step :
- Hormonal Stimulation
- Monitoring The Maturity of Eggs
- Egg Collection
- Semen Specimen Collection
- Fertilization and Cleavage
- Embryo Transfer
- Blood Tests
Some men are able to produce sperm in their testicles but for a number of reasons these sperm are notpresent in the ejaculate. This may be because a blockage is stopping the sperm from passing through the tubules.
Sperm recovered from the epididymis will be very similar to those that are ejaculated, except that they will be immature and therefore unlikely to be able to fertilise an egg at IVF. Sperm recovered from the testes will be even less mature than those recovered from the epididymis and so will also not be capable of fertilising an egg at IVF.
You will be asked to shave your testicles the night before the operation. You will also need to not eat anything from midnight and drink anything from 7 am on the day the operation.
Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) offers the best chance of gaining fertilisation with these immature sperm. Please see the relevant ICSI information sheets.
A semen analysis showing the presence of no sperm at all (Azoospermia) will indicate that further tests should be carried out to determine whether sperm recovery is an option. These tests will include a blood test to check your hormone levels, an examination of your testes and a blood test to see if you have any genetic problems. If these tests are inconclusive you may also require a testicular biopsy which would determine whether sperm production is occurring in your testes.
There are a number of sperm recovery techniques available:
Microepididymal Sperm Aspiration (MESA)
Percutaneous Epididymal Sperm Aspiration (PESA)
Testicular Sperm Aspiration (TESA)
Testicular Sperm Extraction (TESE)
For PESA and TESA you will be given a local anesthetic and sedation during the procedure. For TESE a general anaesthetic is required.
Recovering after the operation.
If you have had a local anaesthetic with sedation you will be allowed home a couple of hours after the operation. You will not be allowed to drive or work for 24 hours, so you will need to arrange transport home after the operatin. You may have some bruising, minor swelling and discomfort for a few days after the operation.
Sperm recovery is usually carried out partner taking her drugs to get started on an ICSI cycle. This means that we can be sure we have sperm stored before the ICSI cycle is stated.
Occasionally the sperm recovery may be lined up to coincide with the day of the egg collection in the ICSI cycle.