Dr. Sanjay Desai is a gynecologist in Rajkot, Gujarat and has very rich experience of 20 years in these fields. He completed MBBS from MP Shah Medical College,Jamnagar in 1997 and MD (OBS & GYN) from MP Shah Medical College,Jamnagar in 1999. Dr. Sanjay Desai practices at Wings Hospital.
MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology - MP Shah Medical College , 1999
Dr. Sanjay Desai talks about the infertility in couples and what are the causes. Whyen couples should consult doctor and what are the treatments available for infertile couples. Doctor has had many happy patients in his/her 20 years of journey as a Gynaecologist. Watch this video for more information about the treatments.
Dr. Sanjay Desai talks about the infertility in couples and what are the causes. Whyen couples should consult doctor and what are the treatments available for infertile couples. Doctor has had many happy patients in his/her 20 years of journey as a Gynaecologist. Watch this video for more information about the treatments. less
By- Gujarat News Rajkot
- by Madaiah Krishnamurthy
Dr. Sanjay Desai provides proper counselling and talks like a friend to patients visiting to consult him regarding their gynecology and infertility issues. We will recommend him as one of the finest fertility doctors in Rajkot. - by Rajeshwar Singh
My pregnancy case was monitored by Dr. Sanjay Desai. I am very happy with the way he and his staff are dealing with patients who come for infertility counselling and treatments. - by Bhanu Kaur
In today's time, finding a fertility doctor like Dr. Sanjay Desai is a big task. He is a wonderful person and made us feel at home during our entire IVF treatment. Thank you Dr. Sanjay Desai! - by Manish G
What is the difference between day 5 embryo transfer and day 3 embryo transfer? - by Rajni Rajkumar on May 7, 2018, 7:36 a.m.
Initially, an embryo grows as a single cell and then divides after every 12-24 hours. By Day 3, it is about 4-8 cells and it is known as a multicell embryo. All of the energy and chemicals, which are required for cell division, come from the mother’s egg at the time of early growth of the multicell embryo. By Day 5, the embryo is also referred as a blastocyst, is about 70-100 cells. A blastocyst contains inner cell mass and trophoblast. Approximately one third of embryos can successfully activate their genes and grow to the blastocyst stage.
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