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Welcome to Miracle Fertility

Assisting Nature for a Healthy Family

Remarkable progress has been made in the treatment of infertility since the birth of the first test-tube baby, the pioneering work was done by late Dr. Patrick Steptoe and Prof. Robert Edwards of Bourn Hall, Cambridge, United Kingdom.

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Who We Are

Highly Qualified
Specialists

Our kind and compassionate care team includes physicians, nurses, medical assistants and other support staff

The Latest High-Tech
Equipment

The center is equipped with high-tech and approved equipment that ensures the best possible Treatment.

We Work with All the
Pathologies

We help people fight against reproductive difficulties, infertility or fertility problems who dream of starting a family

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our staff

Dr.M.D.Kini
MB., FRCOG (UK)

The Clinical Doctor

Dr. P.S R. Murthy,
Ph.D (UK)

The Clinical Doctor

Our Skills

The safest pregnancy with the best chance for a healthy baby is a singleton pregnancy — multiple pregnancies (even with twins) come with serious risks.

Single embryo transfer (SET) with in vitro fertilization (IVF) performed in a high quality laboratory has been found in several studies to be the best solution for patients with a good prognosis

Researchers have found that transferring single embryos over several IVF cycles using both fresh and frozen embryos is less expensive and more effective than transferring two or more embryos at a time. And SET is much less likely to result in multiple births and the ensuing risk of complication.

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The safest pregnancy with the best chance for a healthy baby is a singleton pregnancy — multiple pregnancies (even with twins) come with serious risks.

Single embryo transfer (SET) with in vitro fertilization (IVF) performed in a high quality laboratory has been found in several studies to be the best solution for patients with a good prognosis

Researchers have found that transferring single embryos over several IVF cycles using both fresh and frozen embryos is less expensive and more effective than transferring two or more embryos at a time. And SET is much less likely to result in multiple births and the ensuing risk of complication.