Dr. Abha Bhat is a recognised Consultant Gynaecologist and Fertility Specialist with more than 14 years of experience solely in the field of fertility. She received her medical education and postgraduate training from top institutions in Mumbai, India, then from 2001 – 2008, she pursued additional training in obstetrics and gynaecology in a number of NHS hospitals in the United Kingdom. She finished her training in assisted conception at the prestigious King’s College Hospital in London, UK, in 2008. Additionally, she has completed a one-year clinical embryology course to gain a hands-on experience and knowledge of the subject.
For the greatest probability of conception, she practices evidence-based treatment and personalised patient management. Her management begins with a thorough assessment of the patient/couple conducted through a thorough questionnaire and appropriate investigations. The patient/couple is informed of the evaluation along with the reason for their infertility and their treatment alternatives. Each choice is well discussed, along with the price and effectiveness. Following a step-by-step discussion of the suggested route, all queries and doubts are clarified. Patients are educated about the procedure and a management strategy is chosen with their informed consent. The entire process is carried out in accordance with the preferences and viewpoints of the patients. At all times, strict privacy is upheld. The physician will provide the couple with guidance, support, and assistance at every stage of the process.
She offers personalized care to every couple and the quality of treatment offered is of the highest standards with the best possible chances of success. Irrespective of the volume of patients she strives to maintain the same quality of care and attention for every patient. She has the expertise to support and guide patients through the dilemmas that arise during the treatment process. With her qualities of patience, insight, and empathy, she strives to ease the pain and inspire patients to remain calm and positive while pursuing their dream of becoming parents.
Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
British Fertility Society
Indian Society of Assisted Reproduction
Indian Fertility Society
In vitro Fertilisation
Early Pregnancy care
Early Pregnancy scan
Low ovarian reserve
Polycystic Ovary Disease