IVF Treatment in Thane

Dr. Deepak Bhenki

Dr. Deepak Bhenki

Consultant - Infertility and Endoscopy Specialist

Dr. Deepak Bhenki is an MBBS, MS, D-ART (Germany), FMAS (Fellowship in minimal access surgeries). Working in Obstetrics and Gynaecology for the past 11 years. He had been an Ex Asst. Professor at GMC & JJ Hospital Mumbai also KK Hospital, Singapore

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Dr. Madhuri Gandhi

Consultant - Gynaecology & Infertility

Dr Madhuri Gandhi is one of the leading gynaecologist & obstetrician of Currae women's hospital in Thane. She managed various obstetrics and Infertility related cases. She is expert in managing cases of low ovarian recurrent IVF failures as well as managed cases of recurrent abortions. She Initially worked abroad for past 15 years in prestigious U.K. recognised hospital as Senior...

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DR. Manjushri Amol Kothekar

Reproductive Medicine Consultant Fertility & IVF Specialist

Dr. Manjushri has over 13+ years of experience in Obsterics and Gynacology, out of that 9 years of experience exclusively in the field of IVF and Infertility. After completing M.S. (OBGY) from the prestigious Institute of LTMGH, sion, she has completed one year Fellowship in IVF and Reproductive Medicine at NOVA IVI Fertility. She has managed multiple cases of infertility...

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Dr. rita modi

Dr. Rita Modi

Senior Consultant - Fertility Specialist and Reproductive Endocrinologist

Dr. Rita Modi is a Consultant Fertility Specialist and Reproductive Endocrinologist at Currae Gynaec IVF birthing Hospital specializing in treating infertility over entire spectrum of possible interventions (Assisted Reproductive Technologies), Successfully treated cases with severe Endometriosis, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, Adenomyosis, Severe male factor Issues, Unexplained Infertility etc. As extension to her specialization, she also takes keen interest in management of...

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dr. satyendra prabhu

Dr. Satyendra Prabhu

Consultant - IVF Specialist

Dr. Satyendra Prabhu is an IVF specialist at Currae Gynaec IVF Birthing Hospital in Thane West. He has an experience of 25+ years in field of Gynaecology, Obstetrics, Infertility. He had completed MBBS from Grand Medical College & Sir J.J Group of Hospitals, Mumbai in 1987, DGO from College of physicians and Surgeons Mumbai in 1990 and Fellowship of Gynaecology...

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Dr. Trupti Kharosekar

Consultant - Infertility & Reproductive Medicine

Dr. Trupti Kharosekar is an Obstetrician, Gynecologist and Fertility consultant at Currae Gynaec | IVF | Birthing Hospital. She is expert in Infertility and Reproductive medicine. She has 12+ Years of Experience. MBBS gold medalist from Topiwala National Medical College and B.Y.L Nair hospital, Mumbai.

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Currae woman specialist hospital supports women healthcare throughout their lifelong journey from puberty to childbearing age to menopause and beyond. It offers the latest services in women’s healthcare in a hassle-free environment to ensure a joyful experience. The facilities involving cutting-edge technologies and infrastructure to provide high-quality treatment with precision. The Currae IVF centre in Thane, Mumbai has the specialized team of doctors holding a decade old experience dealing with the issues of infertility.

IVF Care - Currae Hospitals

Having a baby is the most majestic decision a couple can take. A baby fills the part of the heart which was never known to be empty. Those tiny feet enlighten the whole world around with laughter and those innocent eyes lurking around to find a comfortable place in this strange world. Motherhood is full of challenges there would be hard times and rough days but amid the challenges, there are shining moments of joys and challenges. Any kind of complication that hinders a couple from having the most ultimate joy of parenthood is not easy to go. Deciding to seek advice on fertility issues can be daunting and nerve-racking. Our clinic is different – we aim to provide all our patients with personal and caring treatment.

We guarantee that the price you are given will include everything from the procedure , to the cost of your overnight stay and after treatment care  – with transparency in costing. .

1. What is infertility ?

Most couples will have a  strong wish to enjoy the pleasures of parenthood at some point during their lifetime.  Most couples (approximately 90% ) will achieve pregnancy within one year of trying, with the greatest likelihood of conception generally occurring within the earlier months.Only an additional 7% of couples will conceive in the second year.As a result, infertility is defined as the inability to conceive within 12 months of having unprotected sex. it’s  generally recommended to seek help from a reproductive endocrinologist. if conception has not occurred within 12 months, then there are chances that either or both of the partner are having some issue resulting in the failure to conceive.

2. What are the risk factors ?

A risk factor is something that makes a person more likely to develop a condition, in this case, it’s infertility. Some risk factors are listed below :

  • Age: A  man’s and woman’s fertility gradually declines with age. As a woman gets older, the number and quality of her eggs decrease. Men over age 40 are also less fertile than younger men.
  • Tobacco and alcohol use: The use of tobacco or alcohol reduces the chances of pregnancy. Women who smoke have a higher rate of miscarriage.
  • Body weight: The chance of infertility increases when the person doesn’t have an ideal body weight. Healthy eating habits are recommended.
  • Exercise:  too much or too little exercise is going to contribute to a risk of infertility.In some cases, a frequent exercise that is intense can affect a woman’s ovulation patterns. This can lead to a lack of monthly periods.
  • Irregular periods: Irregular periods are common in woman who is underweight or overweight. Healthy eating habits with proper exercise regime are of huge importance.

3. What are the common signs or symptoms of infertility in woman ?

For females, the common signs would be abnormal periods, irregularity in periods in terms of days in between each period, painful periods followed by back pain or pelvic pain or no periods at all. While other times there could be hormonal issues, in that case, the evident symptoms would be skin changes, change in sex drive, dark hair growth on the lips or chin, sudden weight gain or loss, and thinning of hair.

4. What causes infertility in man?

The main sign of male infertility is the inability to conceive a child. There may be no other obvious signs or symptoms. In some cases, although most men with male infertility do not notice symptoms other than an inability to conceive a child. Signs and symptoms associated with male infertility include Problems with sexual function — for example, difficulty with ejaculation, Pain, swelling or a lump in the testicle area, Recurrent respiratory infection, abnormal breast growth and Decreased facial or body hair.

5. What questions should I ask my doctors?

On your first visit to a fertility clinic, your mind will be bombarded with a pool of questions, making you more nervous but try to clear all your doubts the most important question is listed below, although the queries may differ from person to person.



  • Why Haven’t We Been Able to Conceive Yet?
  • What Treatment Do You Recommend First, and How Long Will We Try This?
  • Are There Side Effects to This Treatment?
  • What is Your Success Rate With This Treatment

6. How do doctors treat infertility ?

Doctors recommend specific treatments for infertility based on:

  • Test results
  • How long the couple has been trying to get pregnant
  • The age of both the male and female
  • The overall health of the partners
  • Preference of the partners

Infertility can be treated with medicine, surgery, artificial insemination or any needed reproductive technology. Many times these treatments are combined. About two-thirds of the couples who are treated for infertility are able to have a baby. In most cases, infertility is treated with drugs or surgery.

Various fertility medicines are often used to treat women with ovulation problems. It is important to talk with your doctor about the pros and cons of these medicines. You should understand the risks, benefits, and side effects.

Doctors also use surgery to treat some causes of infertility. Problems with a woman’s ovaries, fallopian tubes, or uterus can sometimes be corrected with surgery.

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