At IVF SGRH, we do ~2000 IVF cycles per year, making it one of the largest high volume institutional centres in the country. This helps in catering to the significant demand for infertility treatment.

We also have live birth rates and pregnancy rates, which are comparable to best centres globally, showcasing effectiveness of their treatments (63% implantation rate and 45% live birth rate in last 2 years).

We are proud of the fact that 80% to 85% of all our transfers are single embryo transfers (SET) in the last 6 years, a feat which is unparalleled in the country. Despite such a large proportion of elective SETs, clinical pregnancy rates of 60% and live birth rates of approximately 45%, are a testament to the quality and proficiency of our IVF laboratory. Our centre is among the few in the country, possibly the only one, to practice elective single embryo transfer since 2017 (2022: 81.7%, 2023: 86.9% eSET). This practice helps minimize risk of multiple pregnancies and their complications, while maintaining high live birth rates.

Only a few IVF laboratories in the world that are really very good, are able to transfer single embryos and still achieve high success rates. The advantage of transferring fewer or single embryos per cycle is that it allows patients, who have multiple embryos, to make multiple attempts at pregnancy without having to repeat their egg retrieval cycles and also avoid the occurrence of multiple pregnancy and its devastating complications. This also allows a couple to complete their family by having embryo transfer later for their second child to complete their family with the same frozen embryos from the IVF cycle done at the time of their first child.

The average number of embryos that any laboratory transfers is a good reflection of the lab’s quality. Average or poor labs which are not confident about the embryo quality and have poor implantation rates tend to transfer 3 or 4 embryos. It is important for you to know that in all top laboratories around the world, it is normal to transfer a single blastocyst stage embryo or a maximum of two day 3 embryos. When more than two embryos are transferred (like 3 or even 4), it can be inferred that either the overall quality of embryos are poor, or implantation rates of that particular lab are not very high.

Our centre has minimized severe ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS) rates to 0.3% with no case of OHSS requiring hospital admission in the last 5 years.

We also offers Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) services, performing approximately 500 IUI procedures per year with ~25% pregnancy rate.





Sir Ganga Ram Hospital

Rajendra Nagar
New Delhi, India-110060.

Email: ivfsgrh@gmail.com

Genesis Clinic

F-431, New Rajendra Nagar,
Landmark: Shankar Road Main Market, New Delhi -110060

For Appointment Only
011-45011438 (9 AM – 4 PM)
+91-9810821594 +91-9958076534 (4 PM – 9 PM)
Email: abhamajumdar@hotmail.com

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