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Success story of a PCOS patient

We’d like to take an opportunity to express our heart-felt gratitude, for you have given our life back to us. You have gained a special place in our hearts for-ever. When you get sick or have a problem, you go to a doctor you already know through your sources and get treated to you satisfaction. Sometimes you are forced, by your circumstances, to take services of certain sub-standard systems such as a hospital setup or empanelled by your employer. This generally is a non-specialty hospital, and because of the “certain restricting rules & regulations”, the doctors there also might feel constrained to help. Thorough you, Dr. Banga, We would like to share our story to the “special couples” like us, because when life was hitting us hard, stories of such couples kept us going, and made us not to lose hope. We got married in November 2010, and started planning for a baby somewhere in the mid of 2012. In our earlier visits to gynecologists, they had told us that I might have PCOS, seeing my weight and its distribution around the belly, but they didn’t give us hint that conception would be problem for us. It was towards the end of 2012, when we visited a gynecologist for not being able to conceive, we got an USG done, and I was confirmed of having poly-cystic ovaries(PCOS). I was put on Clomid (Clomiphene Citrate), without any follicular monitoring. We didn’t know then that a treatment by a well designed protocol could save us a lot of time and make our lives less miserable. We were unknowing falling victim at hands of the unknown. After 3 cycles of Clomid, seeing that it’s not working, I was put on “So called weight reduction Pills-that do not let the body absorb fat” for 6-7 months, because I was touching the boundary of morbid-obesity then, partly because of my genetic predisposition, and partly because of the medications. Our efforts of dieting, exercising, and “the pill” did not materialize. I was again put on Clomid, now with an increased dose of 150 mg and follicular monitoring. The radiologist at the hospital to our bad luck, visited the hospital irregularly, and our follicular monitoring was spoilt in her hands, the only thing we got to know through these USGs was that my ovaries were responding to the Clomid. Another cycle was wasted. In our 5th cycle on Clomid, We did a follicular monitoring at a reputed Hospital. At the end of this Follicular Monitoring the radiologist said,

“The follicles (2 in number) had matured and I should get a “trigger shot””. She even advised us the dose and generic-name of the shot and asked us to talk to our gynecologist. We wondered, “why our gynecologist did not tell us all this earlier?” We shared the thoughts of the radiologist with our gynecologist, it was then she advised us of the trigger shot and the planned coitus. This also failed. It was then that we realized that we were wasting our time there. After falling victim to the “systems” and “circumstances” thus far, we decided to take control of our life, this is when we searched for Infertility Specialists and to our great luck-we found Dr. Bhavna Banga at Max Hospital Noida. In our very first visit somewhere in the 2nd half of the year 2014, the way she explained all the possible pathways (protocols-missing until then) to lead us to parenthood, we were quite sure that she would definitely make us parents one day. Dr. Banga advised us to go for an IUI. We signed-up for it with Metformin+Fertomid(Clomiphene Citrate). We were quite impressed by the way Dr. Banga was taking personal interest at each and every step of the treatment, be it being present in the USG room when a scan is underway, or doing follicular monitoring herself when other radiologists hesitate (yes, we felt this!) because of un-hygiene of the ongoing menses, or being in constant touch with her patients on phone and text. To our bad luck, it failed.  We did go for another IUI cycle with Metformin+Injectibles, but that too failed.  The time when we first visited Dr. Banga, my weight was 85 kg, Dr. Banga said that the weight was a little extra but would not be a problem with her treatment. Because of failed IUIs we thought that that my weight was a major issue with us and probably the only issue, we decided to work on it for one last time. We visited a very renowned Endocrinologist in Delhi. His treatment for my endocrinological problems (Insulin Resistance) and my dieting and exercise did result in my weight reducing to 74 kg by the mid of 2015. In the mean time we thought of consulting some very “big names” in the field of infertility in Delhi. At these “big-named” doctor’s clinic, we encountered a chaos due to the “FLOOD” of the patients (obviously because of the “NAME”), then a team of junior doctors (-not taking any personal interest in the patient, because the “NAME” is not theirs, but of the senior doctor,) making our history for the “big-named” senior doctor, then the senior doctor do prescribes you on a “set-pattern” (By this time in our life, we were able to know what a doctor is going to tell in our case), and talking to you minimally, because he/she does not enough time scrapping money from the “FLOOD” waiting outside to witness the “GRANDEUR “ of the “NAME”.  All this did bring us back to the very humble and a good human-being Dr. Bhavna Banga. Yes! It’s true-“ If a patient feels that the doctor has given his/her the medicine taking a genuine attention in him/her, half of his/her illness is cured.” In the month of July 2015, Dr. Banga advised us of another IUI. This time, my ovaries got slightly over-stimulated for an IUI cycle, Dr.  Banga assessed that an IVF in the same cycle had better chances for us at that point of time. We did convert our IUI cycle to an IVF cycle. We were disappointed when this cycle also failed, but we didn’t lose faith in Dr. Banga. Dr. Banga advised us to go for a fully planned IVF the next time. We started our last cycle, in the month of Feb. 2016; the ovarian stimulation phase of the cycle resulted in mild OHSS. In the hands of Dr. Bhavna Banga, we never felt that we were heading into an unknown territory, because she always briefed us the whole process of treatment, the possible complications, and the process of handling them-the basic thing being missed by other doctors. At this point we realized that things might not go as per plan, but we can always adjust our strategy to best suit us. Our Blastocysts were, then, frozen. In the first week of May 2016, Dr. Banga transferred our embryos, and in the mid of May 2016, it was positive in our HPT; later β-HCG levels also confirmed us of the positive news.  The positive news did further deepen the respect we had for Dr. Banga for being such a sincere human being. This proved the assurance, she gave us the very first day we met her, that she will make me pregnant one day, to be true. Today on 07th August 2016, we are almost half way through our twin pregnancy. Till date, there does not go a single day, when we do not remember Dr. Banga for being such a great doctor. Our gratitude to Dr. Banga is beyond the boundaries of the words. We pray to God every day for giving Dr. Banga; good health, all the success and a long life; so that she continues to help the “the special couples like us”, and hope that she does not lose the empathy she has for her patients as she conquers the great milestones of her career.

Regards

A happy couple, going though the wonder done by Dr. Bhavna Banga

P.S. - A Key Take Away: Stick to a great doctor, because he/she only knows the shortcomings of previous failures, and improves upon them the next time and never-ever lose hope.

Mrs. D. S

We’d like to take an opportunity to express our heart-felt gratitude, for you have given our life back to us. You have gained a special place in our hearts for-ever. When you get sick or have a problem, you go to a doctor you already know through your sources and get treated to you satisfaction. Sometimes you are forced, by your circumstances, to take services of certain sub-standard systems such as a hospital setup or empanelled by your employer. This generally is a non-specialty hospital, and because of the “certain restricting rules & regulations”, the doctors there also might feel constrained to help. Thorough you, Dr. Banga, We would like to share our story to the “special couples” like us, because when life was hitting us hard, stories of such couples kept us going, and made us not to lose hope. We got married in November 2010, and started planning for a baby somewhere in the mid of 2012. In our earlier visits to gynecologists, they had told us that I might have PCOS, seeing my weight and its distribution around the belly, but they didn’t give us hint that conception would be problem for us. It was towards the end of 2012, when we visited a gynecologist for not being able to conceive, we got an USG done, and I was confirmed of having poly-cystic ovaries(PCOS). I was put on Clomid (Clomiphene Citrate), without any follicular monitoring. We didn’t know then that a treatment by a well designed protocol could save us a lot of time and make our lives less miserable. We were unknowing falling victim at hands of the unknown. After 3 cycles of Clomid, seeing that it’s not working, I was put on “So called weight reduction Pills-that do not let the body absorb fat” for 6-7 months, because I was touching the boundary of morbid-obesity then, partly because of my genetic predisposition, and partly because of the medications. Our efforts of dieting, exercising, and “the pill” did not materialize. I was again put on Clomid, now with an increased dose of 150 mg and follicular monitoring. The radiologist at the hospital to our bad luck, visited the hospital irregularly, and our follicular monitoring was spoilt in her hands, the only thing we got to know through these USGs was that my ovaries were responding to the Clomid. Another cycle was wasted. In our 5th cycle on Clomid, We did a follicular monitoring at a reputed Hospital. At the end of this Follicular Monitoring the radiologist said,

“The follicles (2 in number) had matured and I should get a “trigger shot””. She even advised us the dose and generic-name of the shot and asked us to talk to our gynecologist. We wondered, “why our gynecologist did not tell us all this earlier?” We shared the thoughts of the radiologist with our gynecologist, it was then she advised us of the trigger shot and the planned coitus. This also failed. It was then that we realized that we were wasting our time there. After falling victim to the “systems” and “circumstances” thus far, we decided to take control of our life, this is when we searched for Infertility Specialists and to our great luck-we found Dr. Bhavna Banga at Max Hospital Noida. In our very first visit somewhere in the 2nd half of the year 2014, the way she explained all the possible pathways (protocols-missing until then) to lead us to parenthood, we were quite sure that she would definitely make us parents one day. Dr. Banga advised us to go for an IUI. We signed-up for it with Metformin+Fertomid(Clomiphene Citrate). We were quite impressed by the way Dr. Banga was taking personal interest at each and every step of the treatment, be it being present in the USG room when a scan is underway, or doing follicular monitoring herself when other radiologists hesitate (yes, we felt this!) because of un-hygiene of the ongoing menses, or being in constant touch with her patients on phone and text. To our bad luck, it failed.  We did go for another IUI cycle with Metformin+Injectibles, but that too failed.  The time when we first visited Dr. Banga, my weight was 85 kg, Dr. Banga said that the weight was a little extra but would not be a problem with her treatment. Because of failed IUIs we thought that that my weight was a major issue with us and probably the only issue, we decided to work on it for one last time. We visited a very renowned Endocrinologist in Delhi. His treatment for my endocrinological problems (Insulin Resistance) and my dieting and exercise did result in my weight reducing to 74 kg by the mid of 2015. In the mean time we thought of consulting some very “big names” in the field of infertility in Delhi. At these “big-named” doctor’s clinic, we encountered a chaos due to the “FLOOD” of the patients (obviously because of the “NAME”), then a team of junior doctors (-not taking any personal interest in the patient, because the “NAME” is not theirs, but of the senior doctor,) making our history for the “big-named” senior doctor, then the senior doctor do prescribes you on a “set-pattern” (By this time in our life, we were able to know what a doctor is going to tell in our case), and talking to you minimally, because he/she does not enough time scrapping money from the “FLOOD” waiting outside to witness the “GRANDEUR “ of the “NAME”.  All this did bring us back to the very humble and a good human-being Dr. Bhavna Banga. Yes! It’s true-“ If a patient feels that the doctor has given his/her the medicine taking a genuine attention in him/her, half of his/her illness is cured.” In the month of July 2015, Dr. Banga advised us of another IUI. This time, my ovaries got slightly over-stimulated for an IUI cycle, Dr.  Banga assessed that an IVF in the same cycle had better chances for us at that point of time. We did convert our IUI cycle to an IVF cycle. We were disappointed when this cycle also failed, but we didn’t lose faith in Dr. Banga. Dr. Banga advised us to go for a fully planned IVF the next time. We started our last cycle, in the month of Feb. 2016; the ovarian stimulation phase of the cycle resulted in mild OHSS. In the hands of Dr. Bhavna Banga, we never felt that we were heading into an unknown territory, because she always briefed us the whole process of treatment, the possible complications, and the process of handling them-the basic thing being missed by other doctors. At this point we realized that things might not go as per plan, but we can always adjust our strategy to best suit us. Our Blastocysts were, then, frozen. In the first week of May 2016, Dr. Banga transferred our embryos, and in the mid of May 2016, it was positive in our HPT; later β-HCG levels also confirmed us of the positive news.  The positive news did further deepen the respect we had for Dr. Banga for being such a sincere human being. This proved the assurance, she gave us the very first day we met her, that she will make me pregnant one day, to be true. Today on 07th August 2016, we are almost half way through our twin pregnancy. Till date, there does not go a single day, when we do not remember Dr. Banga for being such a great doctor. Our gratitude to Dr. Banga is beyond the boundaries of the words. We pray to God every day for giving Dr. Banga; good health, all the success and a long life; so that she continues to help the “the special couples like us”, and hope that she does not lose the empathy she has for her patients as she conquers the great milestones of her career.

Regards

A happy couple, going though the wonder done by Dr. Bhavna Banga

P.S. - A Key Take Away: Stick to a great doctor, because he/she only knows the shortcomings of previous failures, and improves upon them the next time and never-ever lose hope.

Success after multiple failed IVF cycles

 

I feel very happy to share that at present my wife is 8 months pregnant and it was only possible because of sincere effort by Dr. Bhavna Banga. But there is a long journey of 7 years of infertility treatment which I would like to briefly share to all my friends who are seeking fertility treatment. We were married 9 years ago, and after 1 year my wife started losing weight and also hade low grade fever. After so many investigations and test it was found that my wife is suffering from genital tuberculosis. After completing ATT treatment for 9 months, Ist  time laparoscopy was done and found endometriosis of grade 3 with endometriotic  cyst in both ovaries and right fallopian tube was also blocked. In hysteroscopy , it was diagnosed  that normal uterine cavity had been deformed to T shaped cavity, for which metroplasty was done. Conservative surgery was done since we do not had any child. Following that 2nd and 3rd laparoscopic surgery was done because endometriosis reoccurs every time. In 3rd  laparoscopic surgery, right tube fallopian tube was clipped. In between 3 times IUI and 2 times IVF was done at Delhi but all were unsuccessful. We just felt totally devastated and hopeless. We also tried ayurvedic  and homeopathic treatment but all were vain attempt. Finally we decided to have 3rd and last IVF and it was just a chance that we were referred to Dr. Bhavna Banga by one of my friends. For the first time we consulted her in Oct. 2015.and that was the turning day in our life. Let me clear to all my dear friends there are many doctors who provides infertility treatment, but the level of confidence, knowledge, dedication she has, is really appreciable. She reviewed all the treatments taken before and listened us patiently. After u/s scanning   for the first time she said that “your wife will be 100% pregnant’’. Her words were just like a ray of sunlight in a dark room for us. We planned our 3rd IVF in Dec 2015 and the day came when my wife blood test beta HCG test was positive. Our 3rd IVF was successful. During the whole treatment she supported us emotionally, morally which is very important for a childless couple. She always responded very well on mobile phone . I could not forget the moment that she was very happy  and excited when she saw the heartbeat of the little bean for the first time. She always explained our doubts nicely. Even in 1st trimester my wife suffered from sub chorionic  hematoma  and many other issues which she handled successfully.  Her humble nature and her emotionally support till now is just fantabulous. Even now, when my wife is under obstetrician , she still gives her valuable advice, whenever we need. We still send all pregnancy reports to Dr. Bhavna Banga. Today my wife is enjoying pregnancy only because of her. She is just God for us. I strongly recommend Dr. Bhavna Banga for  the couples who are facing problem in conceiving. I wish her a tons of success in her career.

Mrs.B.D.G

 

I feel very happy to share that at present my wife is 8 months pregnant and it was only possible because of sincere effort by Dr. Bhavna Banga. But there is a long journey of 7 years of infertility treatment which I would like to briefly share to all my friends who are seeking fertility treatment. We were married 9 years ago, and after 1 year my wife started losing weight and also hade low grade fever. After so many investigations and test it was found that my wife is suffering from genital tuberculosis. After completing ATT treatment for 9 months, Ist  time laparoscopy was done and found endometriosis of grade 3 with endometriotic  cyst in both ovaries and right fallopian tube was also blocked. In hysteroscopy , it was diagnosed  that normal uterine cavity had been deformed to T shaped cavity, for which metroplasty was done. Conservative surgery was done since we do not had any child. Following that 2nd and 3rd laparoscopic surgery was done because endometriosis reoccurs every time. In 3rd  laparoscopic surgery, right tube fallopian tube was clipped. In between 3 times IUI and 2 times IVF was done at Delhi but all were unsuccessful. We just felt totally devastated and hopeless. We also tried ayurvedic  and homeopathic treatment but all were vain attempt. Finally we decided to have 3rd and last IVF and it was just a chance that we were referred to Dr. Bhavna Banga by one of my friends. For the first time we consulted her in Oct. 2015.and that was the turning day in our life. Let me clear to all my dear friends there are many doctors who provides infertility treatment, but the level of confidence, knowledge, dedication she has, is really appreciable. She reviewed all the treatments taken before and listened us patiently. After u/s scanning   for the first time she said that “your wife will be 100% pregnant’’. Her words were just like a ray of sunlight in a dark room for us. We planned our 3rd IVF in Dec 2015 and the day came when my wife blood test beta HCG test was positive. Our 3rd IVF was successful. During the whole treatment she supported us emotionally, morally which is very important for a childless couple. She always responded very well on mobile phone . I could not forget the moment that she was very happy  and excited when she saw the heartbeat of the little bean for the first time. She always explained our doubts nicely. Even in 1st trimester my wife suffered from sub chorionic  hematoma  and many other issues which she handled successfully.  Her humble nature and her emotionally support till now is just fantabulous. Even now, when my wife is under obstetrician , she still gives her valuable advice, whenever we need. We still send all pregnancy reports to Dr. Bhavna Banga. Today my wife is enjoying pregnancy only because of her. She is just God for us. I strongly recommend Dr. Bhavna Banga for  the couples who are facing problem in conceiving. I wish her a tons of success in her career.

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