Dr. Leena Yadav is a well-acclaimed Gynaecologist with a rich experience in this field. She has completed her MBBS, Diploma in Gynecology and Obstetrics (DGO) and Fellowship in Infertility. She is an expert in Infertility Treatments, High-Risk Pregnancy Care and Normal Vaginal Delivery (NVD). She... moreDr. Leena Yadav is a well-acclaimed Gynaecologist with a rich experience in this field. She has completed her MBBS, Diploma in Gynecology and Obstetrics (DGO) and Fellowship in Infertility. She is an expert in Infertility Treatments, High-Risk Pregnancy Care and Normal Vaginal Delivery (NVD). She is working at Bourn Hall Clinic in Gurgaon. The contact details of Dr. Nirmala Krishnan are available at elawoman.com less
MBBS - D.Y. Patil Womens Medical College, Pune
DGO - College of Physicians & Surgeons of Mumbai, Mumbai University
MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology - College of Physicians & Surgeons of Mumbai, Mumbai University
Fellowship in Infertility - Texila American University, University of Nicaragua
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In Vitro Fertilization
Intra Uterine Insemination (IUI)
Dr. Leena Yadav at Bourn Hall Clinic understands the mindset of the patients who undergo fertility treatments. She accordingly deals with the patients without creating chaos of the situation. We thank Dr. Leena Yadav for her wonderful service to us. - by Sushmita Malakar
I can never forget the contribution of Dr. Leena Yadav in getting my friend conceived through IUI. She has a cute baby and is a mommy for the first time. - by Jyoti Malik
We are satisfied with the services of Dr. Leena Yadav. The staff behavior can be improved to some extent. Else, it was a fine experience for us. - by Acharya D
The timings of Dr. Leena's consultation can be improved to a certain extent. Otherwise, I am satisfied with the quality of our appointment with Dr. Leena. - by Dr. Malini Sinha
Is Fresh Embryo Transfer (FrET) better than Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) ? - by Kapil Kumar on Sept. 2, 2017, 6:15 a.m.
Both of the processes for embryo transfer have an equal chance of conceiving. Fresh Embryo transfer happens right after the embryos are developed through IVF, only if the woman is not going through any issue of poor Endometrium or hyperstimulation. On the other hand, Frozen Embryo Transfer is a viable option in case you want to conceive at a later stage. At times couples want to conceive at a later stage either due to ongoing treatment of serious medical conditions (at times detected as part of ongoing IVF) or because of work commitments.
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