Fetus Day

Fetus day . … A new concept started by Dr.D’Pankar Banerji of Jabalpur ,MP India in 2010 by celebrating fetus day on 31st October.

Fetus day 31st October celebrated in 2014 on 9th November 2014.

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INfertility-new INsights 2014

INfertility- new INsights: 2014

Date : 1st June 2014, Sunday

Venue : Hotel Gulzaar, Jabalpur, MP ,Jabalpur

Timing : 11 am-5 pm

Hosted By :

Banerji Research Foundation, Jabalpur .

in association with

Jabalpur Obstetrics and Gynecological Society ( JOGS)


PreCME Workshop: 9 am-10.45am                          Registration for workshop: Rs.500

IUI and sperm preparation techniques

Modern criteria of semen analysis

Workshop Co-ordinators

Dr.Priya Bhave, Bhopal                                                                                                  Dr.Mrs. Rinku Banerji, Jabalpur


CME : 11.00 am onwards

(No registration required)

 Moderator : Dr.D’Pankar Banerji

Why IUI fails? Who should be treated and Expectations of treatment

Dr.Anuradha Khar

15 min

How to convert an IUI set up to IVF setup?

Charulata Chatterji

15 min

Is there any “successful” Stimulation Protocol, for IUI and/or IVF, or it should be individualised ?

Dr.Vijaylaxmi Pillai


Recurrent implantation failure : Role of intrauterine hCG

Dr.Sankalp singh

15 min

Is there any difference between urinary highly purified gonadotropins and Recombinant ones

Dr. D’Pankar Banerji

15 min

Embryo Transfer: Which day is better. Day 2 or day 5

Dr.Rajlaxmi Walavalkar

15 min

Hydrosalpinx:  What next….. tuboplasty or IVF?

Dr.Kaberi Banerji

15 min

Lunch         1.30  –  2p.m.

Incubator for IUI and IVF lab : CO2 incubator or Triple Gas incubator or Benchtops

Dr.Rajeev Sharma

15 min

Pre-treatment hormone investigations and managing PCOS with IUI and IVF

Dr.Seema Tripathy Pandey

20 min

How to select best sperms for IUI or IVF ?

Dr. Sarika Sharma

15 min

Maintaining pH and Temperature of culture media inside incubator: New Insights

Dr.Rajeev Sharma


How to improve pregnancy rate in patients with endometriosis?

Priya Bhave

20 min

How to monitor IUI or IVF cycles for best results?

Dr. Rajlaxmi Walavalkar

15 min

Oocyte cryopreservation : New era of fertility treatment

Dr.Kaberi Banerji

20 min

Does G-CSF help improving thickness in patients with Persistant thin endometrium

Dr.Sankalp Singh

15 min

Panel Discussion          4.30  –  5p.m.

Panel discussion will be conducted by Dr.Shweta Kaul Jha, Indore & Dr. Arshu Iqbal, Kota


Bridge Course in Biotechnology,University to Industry : 2nd June to 12 June 2014


Comparing Benchtop Incubators with Conventional one

Reasons behind liking towards Benchtops ( with gas mixers ) 1. Its recovery time is fast. 2. You can adjust the gas concentrations according to your need ( what you can not do with simple warmer like benchtops). 3.Its a direct heat transfer technology,so regaining the temperature is fast. 4. Upper lid is also warmed and slightly higher than the base ( so evaporation is is less hence change in osmolality of media in long term culture will be less,( hence no need of waterbody, maybe similar to embryoscope,which I don’t have. 5. Multiple individual chambers for each patient ( we can keep them exclusively for one patient). 6. Occupies less space in lab. We get hatching blasts in my Benchtop, we get pregnancies too,but compared to blast transfers of both system, conventional gave better pregnancy rates . Questions is :Can we improve it more or similar to conventional,. We are doing this study from pre-equilibration to day5 with sibling oocytes in both systems, with same gas concentrations ( CO2 concentration is set according to the pH measured in conventional one). I am trying to get ideas from my fellow IVF professionals and embryomailers ( in other forum). I received a beautiful paper on various incubation system ,(but still less with benchtops with gas mixers), which I can share on request.

If you want to come to us: Read this website, a useful guide to a traveler to my city

A documentary made by one of my French patient,Isabell Stroh. She writes in details about us and the city and the culture and ambience.


Treating one patient with severe PCOD with Hirsutism, with in-vitro maturation

A patient with severe hirsutism and PCOD. Under gone thrice IVF, first two cancelled because of ,first no stimulation and then hyperstimulation. Thiird attempt: stimulation for 6 days and Hcg when follicles are small. one egg retrieved…In-vitro matured for two days then ICSI ied ..Led to Pregnancy, Developed severe diabetes in early pregnancy ,partially controlled by Insulin,but aborted at 20 weeks.
Now she is again referred from Nagpur,Fourth attempt…no eggs
Fifth attempt : stimulation for 7 days ( FSH and GnRhanta). then hCG…three immature eggs ( see vedio) ,.In-Vitro matured for two days…Reached MII stage..ICSI ied by Dr. Rinku Banerji , ….Embryos transfered on day 3( 24th Feb 2014)immature eggs of Sumedha Chaubey_xvid_001 ( See Video)….Waiting for the result

One of patient’s letter From USA

My Dearest D’Pankar,

Happy, Happy New Year!

Hope you, Rinku and your family are doing well!

I’m so sorry it has taken so long to write to you. Please know it it not a reflection of how much I love and adore you. First, we have been successful my dearest doctor! So, thank you from the bottom of my heart! You’re my new Indian Guru!

My delay in connecting to you has been many. Alan and I left our home 5 days after arriving in the US and we’ve been working and traveling nonstop. This made it difficult to connect with a doctor for testing. At my age, I also wanted to wait for an ultrasound to be done to confirm the results before I felt confident to announce my pregnancy. I achieved that this week.

I miss you terribly! I can’t believe I am not seeing and talking with you each day. You seem to be a natural part of who I am and my life. Please know, you are very, very special. You are unique, intelligent, progressive and innovative as a doctor and as a man. But, your most crowning quality is your laughter and sense humor! How lucky I am to know you!

I must say my Guru Doctor, this new physical condition is exhausting. I have been taking my meds faithfully. I take the hCG injections every 4 days. I counted 12 weeks from the first injection and I seem to be short 4 injections. I hope that will be okay. Maybe I’m not accurately counting the days. What are your thoughts?

How was your trip to Nigeria? Tell me about it. I’m sure you were sensational and I will be proud!

Alan says hello and we thank you again for sharing your home and family with us. Regarding the hCG injection medication: please tell us the amount and we’ll send it to you as soon as possible.

Please come to the US and visit us as soon as you can. Stay as long as you wish!

I don’t know how and when we get to see each other again, but I will ask the God Almighty to make this happen.

All my love to you,


P.S. Say hello to all of your staff and tell them I miss them too.

Blastocyst Transfer : Many Blastocysts in one droplet after ICSI-IVF,Day5

mamta paroche 12.1.2014

Fetus Day celebrated on 31st October 2013

“World Fetus Day” Celebration : 31st October
Dear Friends
I Invite you for this journal club to celebrate World Fetus Day ( started this concept first in world from Jabalpur in 2010,and dedicated 31st October to this unborn person)
Lectures on Fetal Medicine:
1. 11-13 weeks scan : a paradigm shift !
Speaker : Dr.Preeti Parekh Tomar ,MD( ob gy),Fellowship in fetal medicine, Consultant Fetal Medicine, Indore

2. Obstetrics Sonography ,Tricks of the trade : A web lecture
Speaker : Abuhamed Alfred, Eastern Virginia Medical School ( Courtesy ISUOG on Demand)

Time : 4.30 -6.00 pm
Date : 31st October 2013
Venue : Hotel Krishna,Jabalpur
I call you all for a healthy discussion and put your experiences ,which might benefit all of us.
It is totally an informal platform without any rituals.
With best wishes

Dr.D’Pankar Banerji , 24.10.2013
Banerji Research Foundation(regd.), Jabalpur

Fetus day on 31st Oct

Jabalpur obstetrics and gynecological society dedicates 31st October as Fetus day

With an objective

  1. To prevent and diagnose genetic disorders by prenatal diagnosis
  2. Delivery of a healthy child
  3. Enhancement research and treatment options in fetal medicine

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