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    Dr. Mahalakshmi Saravanan
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    Dr. Mahalakshmi Saravanan

    • Specialisation :

      In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF), Normal Vaginal Delivery, Gynaecology Laparoscopy, Hysterectomy, Intrauterine insemination (IUI), Tubectomy and Tubal Ligation

    • Experience :

      21 years of Experience

    • Location :

      Perumalpuram Tirunelveli, Puthur, Perungudi, Egmore, Perambur, Puducherry, Chennai

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    Q. Does ICSI pose birth defects to the child conceived with it?
    • ICSI doesnt pose any extra threats to the new born compared to Natural Birth. Birth defects to the offspring/s born after using ICSI (Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection) is minimal and caries a percentage of hardly 0.7%. The potential birth defects that have been found in such small number of cases incldes chromosome abnormalities, Hypospadias, Angelman Syndrome and Beckwith- Wiedemann syndrome.

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      - Rajat Nayak,   Posted on: Sept. 2, 2017, 7:28 a.m.
    Q. Do polyps in the uterus need to be removed?
    • Polyps are generally non cancerous, but it may convert into cancer over the time if not diagnosed and treated at the right time. However, polyps do not show any symptoms, but abnormal uterine bleeding is the most common symptom. As, some polyps do not require treatment; symptomatic polyps can be treated through medication or surgical removal treatment, and do not usually return after treatment.

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      - Vamadeva Suthar,   Posted on: May 27, 2018, midnight
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