Dr. Pankaj Talwar is one of the best gynecologists by profession and has been working in the field of Infertility and Clinical Embryology for the past 30 years. His areas of expertise are Reproductive Medicine and Clinical Embryology, Regenerative Medicine, Ovarian Cortex Freezing (Fertility Preservation, PGD, and Advanced Embryology, QA-QC, Embryo Biopsy, and Culture Techniques, Oncofertility, Male infertility, Cryofreezing. The President of India has awarded him with a military medal for his extensive work in the field of infertility.
Manipal Hospital Delhi
Dr. Pankaj Talwar has 30 years of experience in this field.
FOGSI (Federation of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of India), IFS (Indian Fertility Society), ISAR (Indian Society of Assisted Reproduction), FPSI (Fertility Preservation Society of India), ACE (Academy of Clinical Embryology)
Best Executive member of Indian Fertility society 2013-2015 during Annual meet of IFS in Dec 2015, Received best Research Project award “Armed Forces Medical Research, Committee”-2017 from DGAFMS, Indian Army, Life Time Achievement Award – 12th Nov 2017, LKO, Indian Fertility Society, Annual Dr. Prabha Mehra Oration at KGMU – LKO, Fertility Preservation, 11 Nov 2017, Invited Guest Lecture, JSS, JIPMER (Pondicherry), Fertility Preservation, 17 Mar 2017
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A fertility specialist is a physician who practices a subspecialty of gynecology and obstetrics called reproductive endocrinology and infertility (REI). Fertility specialists focus on diagnosing, treating and preventing male and female infertility. These physicians have completed 4 years of medical school and at least 4 years of residency training in obstetrics/gynecology (OB/GYN) or urology (andrology).
Fertility specialists are not just gynecologists. They are a reproductive endocrinologist and practice reproductive endocrinology and infertility (REI) which is the subspecialty of obstetrics and gynecology.
An average woman in her thirties has a 15% to 20% chance of getting pregnant in an average month. As women get older, their fertility begins to decline and so does their chance of getting pregnant in an average month, which is why is suggested that the patient should make the call before they’ve passed the threshold of 35.
If you are under 35, you should see a fertility specialist after you have tried to conceive for 12 months. If you are 35 to 39, you should see a fertility specialist after you have tried to conceive for 6 months. If you are 40 or more, you should see a fertility specialist after you have tried to conceive for 3 months.
One of the initial things the fertility specialty will want to know is whether or not you're ovulating. At your first meeting with the doctor, he or she will go over your medical history and then outline the fertility tests you and your partner will need to have. For men, the basic test for infertility, semen analysis (SA), will be performed, in which a sample of ejaculate is evaluated in a lab.