Dr. Deeksha Tyagi has completed her MD - Infertility Specialist and Post Graduate Advance Diploma Course in Ultrasonography from Odessa Piragov Medical University, Ukraine in 1994 and 2012, respectively. She underwent training for IVF at Scandinavian IVF Center, Georgia. Dr. Deeksha Tyagi is a... moreDr. Deeksha Tyagi has completed her MD - Infertility Specialist and Post Graduate Advance Diploma Course in Ultrasonography from Odessa Piragov Medical University, Ukraine in 1994 and 2012, respectively. She underwent training for IVF at Scandinavian IVF Center, Georgia. Dr. Deeksha Tyagi is a gynecologist and infertility specialist with 18 years of experience. She specializes in repeated IVF failures and other infertility issues. She owns the credit of the second Oocyte baby in Delhi. Dr. Deeksha Tyagi is currently continuing her practice at New Life India Fertility in Lajpat Nagar, New Delhi. You can get the contact details of Dr. Deeksha Tyagi at elawoman.com. less
MD - Infertility specialist - Odessa Piragov Medical University Ukrain , 1994
Post graduate advance diploma course in ultrasonography - Odessa Piragov Medical University Ukrain , 2012
Note: You can book an appointment with the doctor on +917899912611. And avail free consultation with all Ela Guarantee Doctors & Clinics. By calling this number, you agree to the Terms & Conditions
Intra Uterine Insemination (IUI)
In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF)
Without wasting your time anywhere, just go to Dr. Deeksha for testicular biopsy. First time we met her at her clinic in May, 2015 and now Allah has gifted us a cute princess. - by Abdullah Khan
I would forever be grateful to Dr. Deeksha Tyagi for the great care she provided me. She is very patient and listened to my concerns properly. She consulted me properly and suggested the best diagnosis. - by Suman Sharma
Planning my motherhood and I want to go for the treatment of IVF. I don't know that how many eggs should be retrieved for IVF? - by Damandeep Singh on April 7, 2018, 1:29 p.m.
After years of reasearch, it has been found that there is a strong relationship between live birth rates and the number of eggs retrieved in one cycle. Around 15-20 number of eggs can be retrieved at a time. Ou tof these eggs, some are very fertile and results in successful pregnancies.
Review in Moderation
Thank you for your Review. Its now under Moderation and will be live once Approved.
We have received your request.Ela Team will reach back to you within the next 48 hrs.