~PCOS and blocked fallopian tube leading cause of infertility in females and low sperm count in males~
Mumbai, March 22, 2022: Indira IVF, India’s leading chain of infertility treatment hospitals, has achieved 1,00,000 successful IVF stories. It is the first IVF single-specialty chain in the country to notch this milestone in a span of 10 years, stressing on the importance of sexual and reproductive health for all. The organisation has observed that among all female patients who visit its centres, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and blocked fallopian tubes are the two leading causes of infertility whereas low sperm count contributed to the most number of male infertility cases.
As a purpose-driven organisation, Indira IVF has stressed on the accessibility of quality treatment to the remotest parts of the country. The organisation has conducted 742 physical camps educating 60,000 couples across the country. Even during the COVID-19 period, the efforts continued with digital integration and personalised counselling. With 107 centres, over 50% of its centres are located in tier 2 and tier 3 locations, empowering the diaspora with awareness on medical treatments of infertility and providing easy access to technologically-backed treatment. The group plans to open 20-30 number of more such centres every year with an international exposure by establishing centres in Bangladesh and Nepal.
Reflecting on the journey, Dr Ajay Murdia – Founder & Chairman of Indira IVF Group said, “Our first success story was born when a young child, Navya, came into this world in 2011. From one life back then to 1 Lakh a decade hence, it brings me immense joy to see how far we have come in our vision to help couples who face challenges with growing their family. We are determined to break people free from the shackles of infertility and provide medical solutions for their treatment.”
Speaking on the achievement of the milestone, Dr Kshitiz Murdia – CEO & Co-Founder of Indira IVF said, “All these success stories are a collective reminder of our focus on successful clinical outcomes. We have made sure that our world-class technology becomes a catalyst in achieving our goals. Besides, inducting latest healthcare technology we have also, in a short span of time, transformed our organisational expertise. Last year, we brought on board a robust team to accelerate our progress and ambition. We have focused on having experts from various domains lead our functions at Indira IVF.”
Addressing how technology has been pivotal in the milestone, Mr Nitiz Murdia – Director & Co-Founder of Indira IVF said, “Advanced technologies have been crucial to attaining our 1 Lakh milestone. We have deployed the best-in-class closed working chambers, electronic witnessing, microfluidics, advanced incubators, and labcare alarm systems that have helped couples conceive in the least possible number of cycles. We are also working with artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) software to further ease the process for our patients.”
Armed with state-of-the-art infrastructure, Indira IVF helps countless couples navigate the often-complicated journey of infertility and ultimately realise their dream of starting a family. It also offers counselling and facilities for egg and sperm freezing that is proving a boon for several young men and women delay family planning till their early forties.