Dr Partha Das- Best IVF Doctor In Dubai
MS, MSc Consultant Reproductive Endocrinology and
Infertility/Obstetrics and Gynecology
Dr. Partha Das holds the position of Deputy Medical Director and Consultant in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at Orchid fertility in Dubai and visiting IVF Physician at UHS, Sharjah. He has around 18 years of experience in tertiary care centers dealing with complex gynecological, infertility and genetic cases and has helped many couples achieve parenthood. He provides treatment options tailor made and catering for each individual patient needs and working together with them to ensure optimum compliance and success.
Dr Das underwent his extensive training in Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) and Genetics at Jaslok Hospital and Research center in Mumbai, which is one of the foremost tertiary care hospitals in India since 2003.
4.6 out of 5 based on 54 patient reviews
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Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) Treatment
– By a patient of Dr. Partha Sarathi DasThank you for being the dedicated, thoughtful, and compassionate doctor that you are! You always go above and beyond and work tirelessly towards a healthy outcome. I feel so blessed to know you and have you as my doctor. Thats my personal experience with you. Once again thank you so much. See you soon!!
– Mrs. E.HunterDr Partha has always been incredible with us from the beginning. He has made us feel comfortable in a difficult journey, always helped us understand each step of the way, and has been beyond friendly throughout the process.
– Taunima BHe always explained everything clearly using simple words so that I (still English learner) could understand well. Thanks to him, I got pregnant naturally 4months after the first consultation. I’m sure that his instructions and treatments were excellent.
– By a patient of Dr. Partha Sarathi DasWhen we walked into the clinic we were excited yet nervous at the same time. But after meeting Dr Partha, the way he explained everything on the first visit and the positivity that he radiates all the time made us sail through the whole process. We had lots of questions, sometimes stupid ones, but he always had the patience to answer them. If I have to describe Dr Partha in one line, he is definitely one of the best here in his craft, but also is a very good and kind human being with a heart of gold who also understands the psychology of his patients. We will be ever thankful to him for making our long unfulfilled dream come true.
No type of food is related to infertility not even so called healthy foods, but foods which are rich in fats and carbohydrates can lead to obesity which in turn can cause ovulatory problems in women and sperm problems in men.
Seminal fluid consists of secretions from testis, seminal vesicles and prostate. Producing a good volume or thick semen does not mean that the semen is normal. Semen examination should be done for sperm count & motility.
No, infertility is not always a woman’s problem. Both women and men can have problems that cause infertility. About one-third of infertility cases are caused by women’s problems. Another one third of fertility problems are due to the man. The other cases are caused by a mixture of male and female problems or by unknown problems.
Painful periods do not necessarily mean infertility. Regular painful periods are an indication of ovulatory cycles. However progressive pain before the menses or during the sexual act may signify endometriosis. Irregular menses should be investigated especially if you are obese.
IVF Success Stories
Mrs. KU and Mr. KS, aged 35 years and 38 years, presented with secondary infertility and anxious to conceive since 5 years. The couple have one child age 8 years old and one miscarriage following the 1st pregnancy. They tried few cycles of ovulation induction and artificial insemination treatment elsewhere but was not successful…
HR and DP, aged 36 years and 38 years, had seeked consultation for secondary infertility. The couple have 1 child age 3 years and were planning since past 1 year to achieve conception. They were highly stressed out with the thought that what seemed to be a simple event during their first conception turned out to be more complex at...
RR and AK aged 29 years and 32 years seeked consultation for secondary infertility. She conceived immediately after her marriage but she had a miscarriage. She had been trying 4 years without success. On evaluation, she had very poor ovarian reserve and her anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) was 0.4 which was suggestive of...