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Infertility Treatment Vadodara

Fertility Treatments How to get started 

The first step
The first step in fertility treatment – contacting a clinic – is never easy. But remember, you are not alone; infertility can affect as many as one in six couples of reproductive age, and the pathway to pregnancy is clearly set out. So whether you are recently concerned about your fertility or looking for guidance, we will do our best to help you find the right path.
A phone call or e-mail to the Hospital will usually arrange an initial consultation within a few weeks, with appointments available Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 5pm, as well as some on Saturdays.
This first consultation is necessary before any treatment begins. You will meet one of our specialists, who will discuss your medical history, advise you of the options and start to plan your treatment. Usually, some basics tests will be necessary before this consultation – an ultrasound scan for the female partner, and a semen analysis for the male.
So please call us on 0265 – 699 – 9007 to speak to one of our helpful staff with any questions and to book your first appointment.
Once under way, your treatment will be overseen by a team which comprises consultants, nurses, a counsellor and coach all working together to provide a seamless journey from the moment you book your first appointment. It may not always be possible to see the same nurse or consultant but the clinic will do the utmost to make sure your treatment is stress free.
Please note:
Fertility treatment at Ami Hospital Vadodara will be considered irrespective of social status or sexual orientation, provided applicants meet the stated medical criteria.
Some treatments are dependent on the female partner’s age, which is known to be a key determinant of success. The upper age limit for a female wishing to use her own eggs is 45 years. For those women wishing to use donor eggs, the upper age limit for completed treatment is currently 55 years.
Treatment can take place at Ami Hospital Vadodara with a BMI of up to 35. Chances of success can vary with a high BMI and patients should discuss this with their fertility specialist during their initial consultation.

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Your First Visit to the Gynaecologist

If you’ve never been to the gynaecologist, scheduling your first appointment can be a bit scary. Even scarier is your fear of the unknown. You’re probably wondering: what exactly will the gynaecologist do during the appointment?

Normal Fears

These fears are very normal, but as you must realize, regular visits to your gynaecologist are part and parcel of being the healthiest woman you can be. Experts say that women should start seeing a gynaecologist annually, as soon as they become sexually active, while others state that even if a woman is not sexually active, she should begin scheduling annual gynaecology appointments when she turns 18. However, if there should be any problems with the reproductive system, a girl or woman should see her gynaecologist, no matter her age or her sexual activity status.

Since most of the fear surrounding that first visit is due to not knowing what will be done, we’ve outlined the details here so you can come to your appointment with a calmer frame of mind.

When you arrive at your doctor’s office, the nurse may request blood and urine samples. She will also weigh you and measure your height and blood pressure. Next the doctor will ask about your own and your family’s medical history and about any surgeries you may have had. He’ll ask when you had your first period, when your last period occurred, if your flow is heavy or light, if your periods are long or short, how many days elapse between periods, and what your periods feel like. He will also want to know if you are sexually active.

Privacy Provided

The doctor will then leave you to change out of your clothes. There may be an examining table that can be curtained off from the rest of the office area. You can pull the curtain closed while you undress. In other cases, the doctor leaves the room, so you have privacy to undress. You’ll be given either a hospital gown or a drape sheet with which to cover your body so you won’t feel self-conscious. You’ll then be asked to sit down on the examining table, where you’ll see stirrups for your feet.

The gloved doctor will feel all around your breasts to check for suspicious lumps. He will also palpate your abdomen. Next, your doctor will look at the outer portion of your genitalia, your vulva. None of these examinations should be painful. However, if you feel pain, you should tell the doctor, since this may be a symptom of a condition.

Next, you will lie down and place your feet into the stirrups. Your doctor will insert a lubricated, small metal instrument called a speculum into your vagina. Sometimes the doctor will first check your vagina with his finger so he can locate the opening of the uterus (cervix) and determine the angle of your vagina. At this time, your doctor may take a Pap smear, which involves swiping the cervix with a spatula or brush. Samples will also be collected to test for the presence of sexually transmitted diseases (STD’s).

Breathe Slowly

None of these procedures are painful, but if you breathe slowly and try to relax, you will eliminate any possible discomfort.

The doctor may then do a bimanual exam. This involves the insertion of two lubricated fingers into the vagina. The doctor’s other hand is placed on your abdomen where he palpates the area to check for swellings or abnormalities.

That’s it! You can get dressed, listen to your doctor’s report of his findings, and ask any questions you may have about your gynaecological health, including birth control questions.

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Obstetrics and gynaecology Care Hospital Vadodara

Obstetrics and gynaecology is concerned with the care of pregnant woman, her unborn child and the management of diseases specific to women. The specialty combines medicine and surgery.

This page provides useful information on the nature of the work, the common procedures/interventions, sub-specialties and other roles that may interest you.

Nature of the work

Most consultants within the specialty work in both obstetrics and gynaecology (O&G). Many have a major special interest in a particular area, such as high-risk obstetrics, fertility care or minimal access surgery. A smaller number of consultants work as sub specialists, with all of their work concentrated in a specific area of practice.

This is a varied specialty, mostly dealing with healthy women, where unexpected challenges can present themselves on a daily basis. Work includes a large number of hands-on procedures, both in obstetrics and gynaecology.

In gynaecology, patients range from those who have chronic disorders which are not life threatening (but interfere significantly with quality of life), to those where an acute emergency presentation is the first indication of a gynaecological problem.

Gynaecology is concerned with the well-being and health of the female reproductive organs and the ability to reproduce. It includes endocrinology, female urology and pelvic malignancy. The specialty spans paediatric and adolescent gynaecological problems through to later years.

In obstetrics most women, although pregnant, are otherwise fit and healthy. However, others will have acute or chronic medical problems that complicate their pregnancy and are under the specific care of an obstetrician.

Obstetrics and gynaecology is an exciting area. Many new techniques and procedures have been developed over the past 30 years, and transformed the health of women and babies. Improvements in ultrasound have made care of the baby in the womb a central part of the specialty. It is an evolving discipline with many research arms, both at clinical and molecular level.

Common procedures/interventions


Within obstetrics, most of the care of low risk mothers and uncomplicated deliveries are performed by midwives.

About 35% of births are undertaken by an obstetrician, usually for more complex cases or if the baby becomes distressed during labour. Their work includes:

  • using instruments to assist delivery – including forceps or a ventouse (vacuum-assisted delivery)
  • performing caesarean sections, either as a planned or emergency procedure


Within gynaecology procedures include:

  • carrying out surgical interventions following miscarriage
  • treating abnormal bleeding and polyps
  • major surgery for gynaecological cancers
  • minimal access surgery for problems including endometriosis
  • Keyhole or minimal access surgery is now commonplace and has many advantages.

Assisted reproduction (fertility treatment) has helped many thousands of women have a family, which would not have been possible in the last generation.

Associated sub-specialties

Sub-specialties include:

  • maternal and fetal medicine
  • gynaecological oncology
  • urogynaecology
  • reproductive medicine
  • sexual and reproductive healthcare (which has its own faculty and examination structure)

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Gynecological Treatment in Vadodara

Our mission at Ami Hospital in Vadodara is to provide excellent healthcare for women that is personalized for each patient and delivered with respect and trust in a warm, comfortable environment.

Gynecological Services

Abnormal Pap smear – The main cause of an abnormal pap test is infection with the Human Papilloma virus (HPV). Our doctors are knowledgeable and are here to discuss treatment for abnormal pap smears.

Birth Control – There are many methods available to prevent pregnancy. Discuss all your birth control options with our Vadodara-based OB/GYN physicians to see what works for you.

Irregular or Heavy Bleeding – Our physicians can discuss menorrhagia causes, symptoms, and treatment options.

Nutritional Counseling – Our gynecologists in Vadodara offer an in-depth discussion of nutrition that is specific to each of our patients.

Perimenopause/Menopause –Contact Ami Hospital Ob/Gyn in Vadodara to set an appointment to discuss menopause symptoms and treatments.

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome – This disorder is commonly known as PCOS.  We are happy to discuss treatment options for polycystic ovarian syndrome.

Well Woman Exam – Preventive visits are essential to keeping our patients healthy. Contact our gynecologists in Vadodara to take care of your yearly preventative needs.

Fertility Center and Applied Genetics of Vadodara

Fertility Center and Applied Genetics of Vadodara is a Fertility Center providing comprehensive fertility services (IVF, IUI, PGD, PGS, Reproductive Surgeries, egg donation) for Vadodara patients. Dr. Ami Patel is a fertility doctor (Reproductive Endocrinologist and Infertility Specialist) specializing in IVF, Tubal Reversals, Preimplantation genetic diagnosis, egg donation, and general infertility with Hospital in Vadodara(Gujarat).

Dr. Ami Patel is a widely recognized Reproductive Endocrinologist and Infertility Specialist in Vadodara.
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Ami Hospital: Customized Maternity Care at the Baby Place in Vadodara

Making You Feel Like Our Only Priority

There is such great joy in motherhood. At Ami Hospital for Women, this exciting journey begins with a simple approach; Maternity care designed entirely around you. Our mothers-to-be receive the highest standard of pregnancy, labor and delivery care including a compassionate, family centered environment, highly experienced physicians and staff and the very latest in advanced technology.

The Ami Hospital for Women network of hospitals offers labor and delivery rooms with all the amenities and comforts of home. Each unique environment is designed to help soothe the labor, delivery and recovery process-and welcome the newest member of your family.


Our Birth Care Coordinators Are Focused On You

Birth Care Coordinators provide you with personal attention and support throughout your entire pregnancy journey. They’re experts at helping with such things as scheduling facility tours and navigating parent education classes.  A free service, Birth Coordinators is available 24*7 Hrs.

Arrange a facility tour by contacting a Birth Care Coordinator today.

Specialists in High Risk Pregnancies

Most of the time pregnancies are routine, although unforeseen emergencies can occur. Our patients find comfort and peace of mind knowing that Ami Hospital for Women specializes in high-risk pregnancies. Each mother-to-be has access to our specially trained neonatologists and high-tech neonatal intensive care units. And should the need arise; our patients have the added benefit of access to our experienced network of physicians throughout Vadodara Hospital for Women and Hospital for Children.

Seamless Women’s Care at Ami hospital vadodara

Ami Hospital for Women offers an exciting, new approach to health care that embraces women at every stage of their lives. From early womanhood to the cherished golden years, we offer a full spectrum of health services that meet every woman’s changing needs. Our team of world-class physicians delivers comprehensive care, advanced treatments and minimally invasive techniques that promote faster healing for women of all ages. And our specially trained care coordinators help manage your health throughout your lifetime.

Plus, our new, women’s hospital — located at Vadodara — provides advanced medical care dedicated solely to women.

Women throughout Vadodara and Gujarat who are afflicted with a variety of gynecology and pelvic disorders suffer needlessly for years, fearing there isn’t much that can be done for their specific condition. Even worse, quite frequently, they don’t even know definitely what condition they’re suffering. For this reason, it is essential to get a proper diagnosis from a leader in the field of gynecologic and pelvic surgery.

Keep in mind that many gynecologic conditions have similar symptoms, yet require different treatments, therapies or surgical procedures to solve. It is also wise to enter the process of seeking a solution for your particular gynecologic or pelvic disorder with an open mind. Gynecologic surgery is not always the course of action. There are many therapeutic and non-invasive techniques available to treat complex gynecologic disorders. However, if surgery is the best course of action, Dr. Ami Patel always uses the least invasive approach possible, such as the Robotic MacroVasive Technique and LessVasive Surgery, as well as procedures using the Surgical System.

  • Abnormal Uterine Bleeding
  • Chronic Pelvic Pain or Pelvic Pain
  • Endometriosis and Advanced Stages of Endometriosis
  • Infertility
  • Interstitial Cystitus or Painful Bladder Syndrome
  • Menopause
  • Pelvic Adhesions or Pelvic Adhesive Disease
  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse or Dropped Bladder
  • Urinary Incontinence or Bladder Control Issues
  • Uterine Fibroids and Uterine Tumors

To learn more about the conditions Surgical Specialists for Women treats, as well as the comprehensive well woman services provided, contact us or visit us at our Clinic in Vadodara.


Ami Hospital women’s health obstetrics and gynaecology

Ami Hospital –Women’s Health OB-GYN program provides obstetrics and gynaecology care for all stages of a woman’s life. Our OB-GYN specialties include high-risk pregnancies, the reproductive system, and treatment of gynaecologic cancer, infertility and fibroids.


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