With nearly 10 to 14 percent of the Indian population suffering from infertility, there is an increased need for well-trained, knowledgeable doctors who can help these couples manage their infertility diagnosis. Also Read - Amid Coronavirus Lockdown, Telangana Govt Announces 75% Salary Cut For Employees
That’s where individuals like Dr. Kaberi Banerjee, Medical Director of the Advance Fertility & Gynecology Centre, New Delhi, who has spent more than a decade helping numerous couples overcome their fertility-related issues, show their excellence. According to Dr. Banerjee, “An ideal infertility doctor is well-trained, has an excellent staff, has good communication skills and is humane.” Also Read - Coronavirus Pandemic: Confirmed Cases Climb to 1251, Total Deaths Now at 32 | Top Developments
Couples enduring infertility issues are usually under a lot of stress and it is up to the doctors to understand their emotions, evaluate their conditions and present viable treatment options. Experts also believe that patients might need some form of counseling, to help them cope with the stress and understand what’s in store for them once the treatment begins. Also Read - Fact Check: No, Financial Year Has Not Been Extended by 3 Months
Many infertility clinics offer counseling services and patient-centered care, which is important when dealing with traumatized couples who may have been trying to conceive for ages. According to Dr. Banerjee, “A patient’s initial consultation is where all the issues are addressed. The team then takes over to comfort them through the journey. I am always there as I do all the procedures myself including their scans.” She and her highly trained staff have handled over 6,000 pregnancies till date, of which many were extremely complicated cases.
But her immense passion for the work she does, her transparent approach to her patients and her specialized team focused on infertility management together seem to be working wonders for couples living with the hope of bearing a child biologically.
For more details, you can contact Dr. Kaberi Banerjee directly at the Advance Fertility & Gyne Centre, +1-408-786-5724, www.advancefertility.in.
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