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Dr. K.D Nayar - IVF Specialist, Delhi

Dr. K.D Nayar

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MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DGO, Dip.Obst.(Ireland), FICOG

IVF Specialist, Delhi

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In vitro fertilisation or IVF is a boon for the couples who are unable to have a baby due to infe...

In vitro fertilisation or IVF is a boon for the couples who are unable to have a baby due to infertility. In this process, an egg is combined with sperm outside the body, in vitro. The woman’s ovulatory process is stimulated by removing an ova from the woman’s ovaries and letting sperm fertilise them in a liquid in a laboratory.

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Infertility: Causes and Treatment<br/><br/>I am Dr. K.D. Nayar. I m a senior consultant and head ...

Infertility: Causes and Treatment

I am Dr. K.D. Nayar. I’m a senior consultant and head of the department at Akanksha IVF center, Mata Chanan Devi Hospital. This center is there since 2002, more than 15 years. Right now we’re doing almost 700 to 800 IVF cycle every year with the success rate of 40 to 45 percent. Basically, infertility is affecting nearly 15 percent of the population that means one in every six couples is infertile and when we look at the causes of infertility 30 percent is reason because is in the wife, 30 percent is in the husband and 30 percent causes are in both the husband and wife and 10 percent are unexplained. Whenever we get a patient with infertility we have to first investigate them and find out what is the cause of infertility.

Generally speaking 5 percent of the patients land up in the IVF cycle. In a IVF cycle, before starting IVF cycle we have to check the husband’s profile, husband’s seminal traces, whether the husband got any problem in ejaculation or erection. He must be able to produce a normal semen sample. Once we have the husband’s profile then we will investigate along with that we investigate the wife and then we start the IVF treatment.
IVF treatment, basically we give injection to the wife, around 10 to 12 days to produce more number of eggs. We monitor her with ultrasound; see how the follicles are growing. Once the eggs are ready we take out this eggs through a very small procedure through vagina only, no cuts. We take out the eggs at the same time we take the husband’s semen, put them together in a dish, fertilize it. All this process is being done in our IVF labs.

If the husband’s semen count or motility is poor then we can catch hold of one sperm individually and inject into egg itself this is called ICSI. Once we have mixed these sperms and eggs, we leave it in the incubator and observe the further process of fertilization. We check next day they become two cell, day two they should become four cell and so on, they’re growing.

Generally speaking, we like to take them to day five when they become blastocyst and then we have the transfer. Embryo transfer is also a very simple procedure, done without anesthesia. It hardly take 3 to 4 minutes. So, that will be the most vital step in the procedure and patient has to be reassured that there is no pain limitation. There is no obligation to the patient, there is no side effect to the patients general health. Once we do embryo transfer there after 15 days we check whether this embryo is implanted or not. That is a brief summary of the ideal procedure IVF or ICSI which we are doing generally in our center.

You can contact me through lybrate. Our whole team is there to help you in your endeavor to achieve pregnancy.
 

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Here are some tips to manage PCOD<br/><br/>Tips and Treatments for PCOD<br/>I m Dr. K.D. Nayyar I...

Here are some tips to manage PCOD

Tips and Treatments for PCOD
I’m Dr. K.D. Nayyar Infertility Specialist and the Senior Consultant and Head of Department at Akanksha IVF Centre.
One of the most common causes present in these days is Polycystic Ovarian Disease which is prevalent in almost 8 to 10 percent of the population.
Polycystic Ovarian Disease is affecting whole spectrum of women right from puberty till middle ages even post menstrual stage. And younger women, they are more worried about their menstrual disturbances, ovulation problem, the infertility problem, the sexual health and the older women are more worried about their metabolic problems, the pregnancy complications, and the chances of developing type-2 diabetes, the cardiovascular risk and the quality of life.

Whenever you have a woman with polycystic ovarian disease, you need a multi specialist input like, you need to have a gynaecologist, you do need to have a endocrinologist, a nutrition specialist, a psychologist, ultra-sonographer, all of them can combine and give their inputs in looking after these women.
The younger woman is too much worried about the acne, the excessive hair. They are advised to avoid certain types of food which can increase their sugar like, chocolates, which is a common thing among the younger age group, and they are advised to eat lot of green vegetables, tomatoes and meat products. The idea is they should not gain too much of weight. A reduction of 5 percent of the weight, help their menstrual cycle and ovulation.

Older age group who are looking for infertility treatment, they can start with simple oral medication, which has been there for a long time and if they don’t respond with this oral medication, they can either go for indictable colonography and if that doesn’t help they may go for laparoscopic ovarian drilling and there are lot of achievement available in your market these days. One has to choose the right type of achievement, it can be, by forming N- Acetyl Cysteine and it can be Dexamethasone it can be the only cases of hyperchlonaemia. And there are other lot of antioxidants available in the market but one has to choose the right combination.
The idea is that women should have an ovulation which should result in pregnancy and a healthy baby.

These women who have Polycystic Ovarian Disease even after the delivery they should be followed up for the blood sugar level and it will provide regularly they should be monitored because there is always a risk of type-2 diabetes developing in this group so one has to be careful that this need a monitoring for the rest of their life.

All such women who are suffering from Polycystic Ovarian Disease, they are advised to contact me on lybrate on their website or mobile app or they can come to me directly at my clinic.
 

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I m Dr K.D Nayyar. I m the senior consultant and head of the department, Akansha IVF Centre. This...

I’m Dr K.D Nayyar. I’m the senior consultant and head of the department, Akansha IVF Centre. This centre originated from the last 15 years. We have grown over a period of time and the main aim of this centre is to look after an infertile couple.

Infertility is growing every day, increasing number of patients. It is because the couples are not getting worried about infertility. Previously they never used to come out with their problem. But now they have become more perceptive and even an average middle class, lower middle class think of going for treatment for infertility. Generally speaking 12 to 15% of couples have infertility issues.

When you look at the causes of infertility, the important issue is either it can be a problem in the husband or problem in the wife or many times it can be a problem in both of them. Generally speaking, 40% problem is of the husband, 40 % time there will be a wife, 10% time it is combined both of them husband and wife and 10% we cannot find any reason and we label them s unexplainable infertility.

Coming to male infertility, the male person is responsible for 20 to 25% of the cases and in another 25 to 30% of the cases the male is the contributing factor. So if you look at it male infertility is responsible for nearly 50% of infertility.

At Akansha IVF Centre we are regularly doing the semen analysis and we are doing Sperm Fragmentation Test with the head of sperm media. At our centre, all these facilities are existing under one group. The whole team consists of a neurologist, embryologist, infertility specialist for taking out dreamer sperms. All the infertile couples should approach Akansha IVF Center for all their problems because infertility put a lot of stress on the couples. They cannot keep on going from living their life like that and it is always better to identify and approach a centre which can look after their problem. This is to inform all the couples to approach lybrate for finding out the proper IVF centre where they probably can be tackled.

They can approach lybrate at the website. They can approach directly to me to my clinic.

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Dr. K.D Nayar is a well known name in the field of IVF and a renowned infertility specialist having several years of experience, efficiency to do work. He has also obtained prestigious tr......more
Dr. K.D Nayar is a well known name in the field of IVF and a renowned infertility specialist having several years of experience, efficiency to do work. He has also obtained prestigious training from abroad. Dr. K. D. Nayar is credited with number of national & international awards. Dr. K. D. Nayar heads the biggest and experienced team in Delhi including 4 Clinical consultant, 4 Embryologists, Counselor, Andrologist and 18 staff members, which is enough skilled to perform high end results.
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Dr. K. D Nayar is a gynecologist specialized in IVF with an experience of over 41 years. Dr. K. D Nayar, completed his MBBS from Maulana Azad Medical College in 1975, his diploma in gynecology and obstetrics from Delhi University in 1979, and MD in obstetrics and gynecology in 1981. He also did a diploma in gynecology and obstetrics from the prestigious Royal College of Physicians, situated in Ireland. Dr. K. D Nayar is a professional member of reputed institutions like the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM- 4586), the Indian Infertility Society (IFS-FM 16), the Indian Society for Assisted Reproduction(ISAR-MN14), the Federation of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists of India (FOGSI-DEL 0283 ), Delhi Medical Council- 14778, the General Secretary- Indian Fertility Society 2016-18, and the Infertility Committee AOGD 2014-16. He was the treasurer of the LOC IFFS Conference India in 2016 and of the Indian Infertility Society from 2010 to 2016. He is the chairman of Infertility Committee AOGD and has been the President of the Indian Medical Association, - Janak Puri Branch from 2011 to 2012. He leads one of the best medical teams in Delhi comprising of 4 clinical consultants, 4 embryologists, counselor, andrologist and 18 staff members. He is currently working with Akansha IVF Centre in Janakpuri, Delhi.

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Education
MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology - Delhi University - 1981
DGO - Delhi University - 1979
Dip.Obst.(Ireland) - Royal College of Physicans,Ireland - 1997
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FICOG - Indian College of Obstetrtican and Gyanecologist - 2017
Languages spoken
English
Hindi
Professional Memberships
American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM -4586 )
Indian Fertility Society (IFS-FM 16 )
Indian Society for Assisted Reproduction (ISAR-MN 14)
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Federation of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists of India (FOGSI-DEL 0283)
Delhi Medical Council-14778
General Secretary - Indian Fertility Society 2016 - 18
Treasurer - LOC IFFS Conference India - 2016
Chairman - Infertility committee AOGD 2016 - 2018
Treasurer - Indian Fertility Society -2010-2016
Member - Infertility Committee AOGD 2014 - 16
President - Indian Medical Association - Janak Puri Branch 2011-2012

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Hello doctor My english is not good please trying to understand. I was 20 years old woman trying to conceive 1 over year. My husband sperm count is good. Now I consult a infertility specialist he was done my tvs scan mc day 4. And my period is very irregular. After tvs test he wrote my prescription I have pcos, and afc 40. What that means? Have I was normal? And conceive? Please answer? Thanks doctor for giving your valuable time.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DGO, Dip.Obst.(Ireland), FICOG
IVF Specialist, Delhi
Hello doctor My english is not good please trying to understand. I was 20 years old woman trying to conceive 1 over y...
Dear patient it looks you have hormonal problem (PCOS ). In such cases have to givve you medicines to make your egg. You will definitely need treatment for conceiving. If possible come and meet at centre with all your previous investigations and details.
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Hi, My wife and I had been trying for pregnancy for quite sometime with no luck. I am 32. My sperm morphology showed 3% normal, 55% with abnormal head defects. Count 145mn. Doc advised me to do some blood tests. Results are Estradiol serum 12 pg/mL, fsh 1.6 mIU/mL, Lh 3.32mIU/mL, prolactin 4.14 ng/mL. Please provide your feedback.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DGO, Dip.Obst.(Ireland), FICOG
IVF Specialist, Delhi
Hi, My wife and I had been trying for pregnancy for quite sometime with no luck. I am 32. My sperm morphology showed ...
Dear Patient your semen morphology is abnormal so would like to know motility and do few more investigations to evaluate your case. If possible come and meet at centre for further results.
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Trying to conceive for 2nd baby from last 4 months, but not succeed, earlier my eggs was not raptured as doctors told me but from last two months its was ruptured, even though this 3rd month also I am not get pregnant, and my cycles comes two days prior. So pls suggest what to do, while my husbands sperm morphology is 4%is normal and sperm count is 39 so. Pls suggest. Thanks.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DGO, Dip.Obst.(Ireland), FICOG
IVF Specialist, Delhi
Trying to conceive for 2nd baby from last 4 months, but not succeed, earlier my eggs was not raptured as doctors told...
You will not need IUI for conceiving, would like to see your follicullar monitoring. If possible come and meet at centre for better evaluation of the case.
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In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF)

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DGO, Dip.Obst.(Ireland), FICOG
IVF Specialist, Delhi
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In vitro fertilisation or IVF is a boon for the couples who are unable to have a baby due to infertility. In this process, an egg is combined with sperm outside the body, in vitro. The woman’s ovulatory process is stimulated by removing an ova from the woman’s ovaries and letting sperm fertilise them in a liquid in a laboratory.

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I am having doubt that am pregnant so I took 4 pills of zitotec and one pill kept vaginally. But till now no bleeding is there. If am not pregnant whether there is any complication of taken the zitotec tablet. Will it bring normal bleeding if am not pregnant?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DGO, Dip.Obst.(Ireland), FICOG
IVF Specialist, Delhi
I am having doubt that am pregnant so I took 4 pills of zitotec and one pill kept vaginally. But till now no bleeding...
First you should confirm your pregnancy by urine pregnancy test and an ultrasound ,if it is positive you will have bleeding in 7 to 10 days, if it is negative then there is no complication, you could have nausea ,vomiting and abdominal pain.
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Hi Sir, Present I am pregnant 37 weeks pregnancy when labour pains start that time doctor gives epidural injection or not please doctor advice me I can't face lot of pain Please doctor.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DGO, Dip.Obst.(Ireland), FICOG
IVF Specialist, Delhi
Hi Sir, Present I am pregnant 37 weeks pregnancy when labour pains start that time doctor gives epidural injection or...
Yes epidural anaesthesia can be given at the time of labor pains but you need to discuss it with your doctor whether she has the facility or not.
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Hi Sir, My follicular study reports uterus size 60×30×45 mm Right ovary: 36×17 mm Left "35x20 mm dominant follicles in right ovary: 1.0 E -17 mm Left "1.0E -20 mm 2.0E -15 mm. Et: 6.4 mm This my report. And I would like to know any problems there for conceive baby. And I would like to know what the 1.0E and 20 mm means. Please tell me.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DGO, Dip.Obst.(Ireland), FICOG
IVF Specialist, Delhi
Hi Sir, My follicular study reports uterus size 60×30×45 mm
Right ovary: 36×17 mm
Left "35x20 mm
dominant follicles i...
It means your follicle has matured ,take trigger injection to rupture your egg and try natural contact alternate day.
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I am 33 year old, get married 3 months before and planning for a baby. If we do sex everyday is there any problem in conceiving or its normal. My husband like to do everyday and sometime twice in a day. What is the best time to do for getting positive result.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DGO, Dip.Obst.(Ireland), FICOG
IVF Specialist, Delhi
I am 33 year old, get married 3 months before and planning for a baby. If we do sex everyday is there any problem in ...
The best time is when the egg is about to rupture, you can get to know that by USG. Since you are 30 youn may get your ovarian reserve tests done.
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A Closer Look Into Embryo Transfer Procedure For IVF

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DGO, Dip.Obst.(Ireland), FICOG
IVF Specialist, Delhi
A Closer Look Into Embryo Transfer Procedure For IVF

Among the assisted reproductive techniques, In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) is quite popular and offers hope when other infertility procedures fail to work. The procedure involves the female egg being combined with the male sperm outside the body (in vitro condition), and as a final step, the grown embryo is placed inside the uterus.

Chances of getting pregnant is dependent upon Embryo Quality and Endometrial receptivity.

Embryo transfer is a crucial step of the procedure, and following is an account of the process that would give you a detailed insight into what really happens before and after embryo transfer.

The entire process involved-
Before an embryo is transferred, a series of procedures happen.

Step 1: (Ovarian Stimulation)
In the very first step of embryo transfer, the patient undergoing the IVF treatment is given injections containing medicines that are meant to boost the development of the eggs in the follicles of the ovary.

Step 2: (Egg retrieval)
As the follicles start to mature or develop completely, the eggs are removed carefully.

Step 3: (Fertilization)
In the designated environment, the collected eggs are then fused with the collected sperm to form the embryo.

Step 4: (Incubation)
After the successful fertilization is successful, the embryos are cultured in an incubator.

Step 5: (Choose the best embryo for transfer)
If the process is successful and once embryos are formed, the good quality embryo is chosen from them and then transferred into the uterine cavity to complete the procedure.

Are there any risks?
Embryo transfer is a critical step of the infertility procedure and would need an expert to handle the process. There are a few risks associated with the embryo transfer procedure. However, those risks are very minimal. One such associated risk is the embryo getting implanted in the wrong place, for example in the fallopian tube. Another issue that could occur is the loss of embryos during the procedure of transferring them from the in vitro environment to inside of the uterus.

Is it a painful process?
The embryo transfer is similar to a pap smear and would need no anaesthesia for the woman, however, some women prefer to be on sedation during the process. The entire procedure of embryo transfer is a painless one, though some women may experience mild cramping which is quite normal.

Precautions to be taken after embryo transfer-
After the embryo has successfully been transferred to the uterus, the patient must lie on her back for a while before leaving the clinic. Also, the woman is advised rest and limit physical activity.

The chances of getting pregnant increases with the quality of embryo, and hence it is imperative that your doctor chooses the best quality embryo for transfer into the uterus. Also, the position of placing the embryo is extremely important. You can discuss with your doctor regarding these aspects while you are undergoing the treatment. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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I am married since last 15 month. Me and my planning have a baby. So my question is how many time do we need to do sex. And what is right time to have sex. And what should be sex duration for pregnant. Please advise.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, DGO, Dip.Obst.(Ireland), FICOG
IVF Specialist, Delhi
I am married since last 15 month. Me and my planning have a baby. So my question is how many time do we need to do se...
Just one intercourse near the time of egg rupture is sufficient, this you can come to know with ultrasound. There is no time frame for duration.
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