Victoria International IVF Center

(A unit of Ankur Fertility Centre)

Now available in Hebrew and Japanese

About Victoria International IVF Centre

Victoria International IVF Centre offers In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) and Intra-cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) treatments to infertile couples from all over the world.

We have an in-house qualified embryologist, who assists us in carrying our IVF procedures. Our other staff includes trained qualified nurses, theatre and ward assistants. Our entire team is a well-knit unit working with singular goal – to maximise your chances of successful IVF outcome.

Workstation with Stereozoom Nikon Microscope
We strive to provide the best quality medical care in a cost-effective way and in a patient friendly manner. To achieve this we have state-of-the-art equipments which are ‘world-class’. For example, we have Hera Cell CO2 incubator from Heraus, of West Germany, Stereo zoom microscope from Nikon, Japan, Inverted microscope & Micromanipulator from Nikon, Japan and an Ultrasound machine from Toshiba of Japan. We use ovum-pickup pump from ‘Rocket’ of London (UK), and use ICSI pipettes from Cook, Australia. Our IVF disposables are from Becton Dickinson USA.

About Dr Rajan Vaidya

At Victoria International IVF Centre, Dr. R. S. Vaidya M.R.C.O.G. (London) and M.D. (Bombay), D.G.O. (Bombay) is an Infertility specialist practicing Infertility treatments since 1991. He has also been appointment as Honorary Infertility Consultant at NOWROSJEE WADIA MATERNITY HOSPITAL in Mumbai. Dr. (Mrs.) V. R. Vaidya is a qualified Anesthesiologist.

Our Embryologist:

Mr.Sachin Manjrekar, is our chief embryologist, who has performed more than 15000 ICSIs till date. He is one of the very few embryologists in the country who is very skilled in the advanced technique of IMSI.His dexterity as an embryologist is a tremendous asset to our patients and to our centre in having a large number of successful pregnancies at our centre.

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IMSI Technique
Intracytoplasmic Mophologically Selected Sperm Injection.In the prevalent ICSI technique,the sperm is magnified 200 times whereas in the IMSI technique the sperm is magnified 7000 times. Only the morphologically normal sperm under this magnification is used for ICSI by our embryologist.

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