A new chapter in field of medical tourism in Udaipur on Mother’s Day

Australian Couple blessed with a Son by IVF technique

This year Mothers’ Day brought lot of happiness for Australian couple Mrs.Monique and Grahm Grante. 38 year old Monique was trying to have a baby for last many years ,for this she under went IVF {Test Tube Baby} technique in Australia for five times but all the attempts were unsuccessful.

On hearing of advances in field of IVF & Infertility in India she searched the net and read a article of Dr. Shweta Agarwal, consultant IVF specialist R.K.Hospital & IVF Center Udaipur regarding delivering triplet babies by IVF technique last march and decided to came to India for treatment.

As Monique faced failure in last five IVF attempts in Australia we took extra care and opted for advance IVF technique called Blastocyst Culture and she conceived in first attempt says Dr.Shweta Agarwal .

Parents of Monique Mr. & Mrs. Green are excited to see their Grandson and says that the center has world class services with personalized touch.

Monique’s husband Mr.Grahm Grante is very thankful to Dr.Shweta Agarwal and adds that services at R.K.Hospital & Infertility center is comparable to developed countries. He said that they have decided to name their son “Udai” as a tribute to Maharana Udaisingh founder of Udaipur .

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At age of becoming grand parents, IVF turns childless couple parents

The excitement is palpable in Dhundarka village of Mandsaur. A childless couple, who was not able to conceive a child for over 35 years, has recently given birth to a baby boy through IVF. The mother is 50 and father 54years old. The couple is blessed by the advancements in technology .  It is amazing to see the satisfying shine on their faces,” said IVF specialist Dr. Shweta Agarwal of R.K.Hospital & Infertility (IVF) Center, Udaipur.
The Couple with their Child

The couple, Sohandevi and Suratram, said that they had been trying for a child and undergoing treatment and visited various temples also in past 30 years now. The father is a correspondent in local news magazine. Getting older, the social urge to have a child became more intense and the couple decided to give technology another shot.
Dr. Shweta

“Sohandevi is uneducated, but she understood all about the treatment and was very patient. And by God’s grace she got pregnant in the first attempt of IVF only”, said Dr. Shweta Agarwal. “We had counseled the couple about the challenges of getting a child so late in life, but they were ready. When we placed the son in her lap, she seemed content,” Dr Shweta said.  Sohandevi’s case only highlights the acceptability IVF has gained in the society. “People from lower socio-economic strata who are not very educated are getting comfortable with IVF but do not accept surrogacy. They feel that society will accept the child better if the child is reared in her own womb”, says Dr Shweta.



Ganga Jamuna Saraswati: Udaipur Couple gets Triplet Test Tube Girls

A couple from Lakhawali village,Udaipur, Kesar Singh and his wife Leela Devi have been missing cries of a child in their small family of two,married for the last 18 years. After trying all available options, be it medical or religious, finally, the In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) technique came as a blessing for the couple. And for the first time, the family heard the cries of its own child. To a surprise, there wasn’t a single baby, nor two. There were three babies, all girls.

This incident happened on 3rd March when Mrs Leela Devi gave birth to three lovely and healthy children at the R.K. Hospital in Madhuban, Udaipur. Dr. Shewta Agarwal of R.K Hospital, counseled the couple and suggested them to go for IVF or the In Vitro Fertilization process for Test Tube Baby in which egg cells are fertilized by sperm outside the body.

In a press conference, Dr. Shweta Agarawal, test tube baby specialist of R. K. Hospital told that this achievement is nowhere less than achieving a noble prize for herself. She is more happy than even the couple. Dr. Tarun Agarwal was also present at the moment.

Father of the triplet, Mr. Kesar Singh says, that after 18 years, the happiness brought in the family by the R.K. Hospital is above all and they are highly indebted for the same. He adds, the triplet have filled the empty spaces in their life, and now they have no more demands for their life.

(L to R) Dr. Shweta Agarwal, Leela Devi, and Kesar Singh with the triplet