Nearly 40%-50% of all women entering into IVF program have problems with ovarian response. It is a nightmare for all of us to give them an optimal number of oocytes so that they have a reasonable chance of success. With the development of oocyte classification, we are now little better placed to prognosticate, formulate treatment guidelines and evaluate the results of interventions we have. Join Dr. Umesh Jindal for this lecture to learn more about the management of poor responders in IVF
Director : Jindal IVF, Chandigarh
Former Asst. Professor : PGIMER, Chandigarh
Former fellow : University of Washington, Seattle & RSA Kansas city, USA
Organizing Secretary on National Conferences: ISAR 2007, Fertivision 2008, Fertiprotect 2019,
Organizing chairperson for Fertivision 2020.
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