Dr Vyjayanthi

Dr. S. Vyjayanthi

MD, DGO, DNB, MRCOG, MSC (Embryology UK)

Sub-specialist in Reproductive Medicine & Surgery (RCOG, UK)

Director and Fertility Specialist, MotherToBe
Head of Department & Consultant Fertility Specialist, KIMS, Secunderabad.

Credentials

  • Clinical fellowship in Reproductive Medicine, Leeds Reproductive Medicine Unit, UK.
  • MSc Embryology, Leeds University, UK.
  • Sub-specialty Fellowship, Reproductive Medicine & Surgery, St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London, UK.
  • Sub-specialty Accreditation in Reproductive Medicine & Surgery, RCOG, UK.
  • CCT, Obstetrics & Gynecology, RCOG, UK.

Dr Vyjayanthiis aninternationally renowned Fertility Specialist with 18 years of experience in Fertility Care whohas performed more than 7500 Cycles of IVF over the past decade.A Gold Medalist throughout her career, Dr Vyjayanthi has worked for 10years in the United Kingdom and has obtained the prestigious Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine and Surgery at world-renowned centers of excellence in Leeds and London.

She is the only Fertility Specialist in India to have done M.Sc. in Embryology , which gives her a significantly broader perspective &enhances her expertise in the subject. She has also obtained Sub-specialty Accreditation in Reproductive Medicine with the RCOG, UK, which gives her the eligibility to practice as a Consultant and Director of an IVF Unit in the UK.

Amongst the very few Fertility Specialists in India to have obtained Sub-specialty accreditation In Reproductive Medicine and Surgery from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists in London, she returned to India in 2009 and set-up the KIMS Fertility Center. Over the past decade (2009 – 2019), this Centre has earned the reputation to be one of the bestFertility Centers of excellence in the country.

  • Dr Vyjayanthi has worked with Prof Adam Balen, a world authority on PCOS and Mr Rutherford who is a founder member of British Fertility Society while pursuing her Clinical Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine at Leeds both of whom are leading figures in Infertility in UK.
  • She did her Masters in Clinical Embryology in Leeds University under the supervision of Prof Helen Picton whose research interests are on human oocyte and embryo development. Dr Vyjayanthi has worked on cellular and molecular markers of oocyte quality as her project during her Masters Programme at Leeds and has done a lot of research in this field and has several publications to her credit. Although a clinician, she chose to do Masters in Embryology to get an in depth understanding of embryology which places her at an advantage in counselling couples and guiding them in the right direction.

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  • GOLD MEDAL M.D, Obstetrics & Gynaecology Trivandrum Medical College
  • Distinction in Clinical Embryology: MSc, Leeds University, United Kingdom
  • Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists, London , which is essential to work as a Consultant in the UK.
  • GOLD MEDAL DGO, Obstetrics & Gynaecology Trivandrum Medical College

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At MotherToBe we offer specialized treatments. We have the expertise and our expert team of doctors are experienced and highly qualified to perform these advanced procedures and offer high success rates.

Specialized Clinics

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MotherToBe offers specialized services to serve the needs of all infertility related issues. The following are some of the specialized services.

Recurrent Miscarriage Clinic

One in 6 pregnancies ends in a miscarriage in the first trimester, before 12 weeks of gestation. This usually occurs due to abnormalities in the embryos. When the maternal age increases particularly in women more than 35 years of age, the probability of miscarriage is more due to poor egg quality and chromosomal defects.

However, recurrent miscarriages defined as two consecutive pregnancy losses are not common and affects one woman in every hundred and can be very distressing to the couple. This is three times more than what could be expected by chance alone and hence need investigations to see if there is a specific reason for the losses.

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PCOS Clinic

PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) is a very common hormone disorder affecting close to 10% of adolescent girls and women and is a leading cause of infertility. PCOS women frequently have irregular cycles, fertility issues such as difficulty conceiving due to problems with ovulation. They have excessive facial hair or acne due to increase in the male hormone levels.

The other issues of concern in PCOS women is the predisposition to develop Type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

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Pre Conception Counseling Clinic

Meeting with health care professionals before trying for pregnancy is referred to as preconception counselling. It helps to identify any risk factors and treat any kind of medical problems involved or related to woman’s fertility.

Nearly one half the pregnancies are unintended therefore preconception counseling should be considered as an integral part of health care for women of reproductive age.

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Genetic Counselling Clinic

Genetic counseling is a communication process wherein specially trained professionals help people understand about genetic conditions, find out their chances of being affected by or having a child or other family member with a genetic condition, and make informed decisions about testing and treatment.

REASONS FOR GENETIC COUNSELLING

  • A look at the medical history of your family or your partner’s family and drawing up a family history.
  • To learn about genetic screening for diseases sickle cell anemia , thalessemia etc.
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Endometriosis Clinic

Endometriosis is yet another common problem among women which causes infertility.

Endometriosis is caused when the tissue of the uterine lining (the lining of the womb) is present on organs nearby the uterus. Endometriosis is usually found in the lower abdomen, or pelvis, but can appear anywhere in the body. Women with endometriosis often have lower abdominal pain, pain with periods, or pain with sexual intercourse, and may report having a hard time getting pregnant. On the other hand, some women with endometriosis may not have any symptoms at all.

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