Dr. Jay Mehta

MBBS, DNB – Obstetrics & Gynecology

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About Dr. Jay Mehta

Dr. Jay Mehta, an IVF specialist, and a Fertility Preserving Surgeon is the Director and Founder of Shree IVF Clinic which is the highest-rated fertility clinic in Mumbai. Dr. Jay Mehta is the founder of Pran Endoscopy as well. Pran Endoscopy is a Mobile Endoscopy Unit that is used to perform several successful endoscopy surgeries at many hospitals across Mumbai. Dr. Jay Mehta has completed his MBBS from KEM Hospital, Mumbai, and has completed his post-graduation from Jubilee Mission Hospital, Thrissur.

During Post Graduation Dr. Jay Mehta has been the receiver of many awards and accolades. Meanwhile, he developed a keen interest in Minimally Invasive Surgery and Infertility which let him be able to add qualifications in his interest by receiving fellowships and certifications from the USA, Austria, and Germany. Dr. Jay Mehta received his degree of “Bachelor of Endoscopy” from The European Society of Gynaecological Endoscopy (ESGE) and had a “Fellowship in Robotic Surgery” from Celebrations Hospital and Nicholson Center, Florida.

Dr. Jay Mehta is the Scientific Director of Shree IVF Clinic. He is a well-known Fertility and IVF Specialist and also among few doctors in the country who specializes in Embryology and Andrology.

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Awards and Recognitions

 

  • Best Young Gyencologist in Thrissur – 2014
  • 1st Laparoscopic Radical Hysterectomy in Thrissur – 2013
  • 2nd Best Young Gynecologist in Kerala State – 2013
  • Best Young Gynecologist in Thrissur – 2013
  • Reproductive Endocrinology Quiz 1st Prize Trivandrum 2012

Memberships

 

  • Mumbai Obstetric And Gynecology Society (MOGS)
  • Federation of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India (FOGSI)
  • American Association of Gynecological Laparoscopists (AAGL)
  • European Society of Gynecological Endoscopy (ESGE)
  • American Society of Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology (ASCCP)

Experience

 

  • 2005 – 2010 Medical Student at Seth G S Medical College and KEM Hospital
  • 2010 – 2011 Intern at Seth G S Medical College and KEM Hospital
  • 2011 – 2014 Resident at Jubilee Mission Medical College and Research Institute
  • 2014 – 2015 Fellow at Asian Reproductive Medicine Center

Trainings and Certifications

 

  • Bachelor in Endoscopy – European Society of Gynecological Endoscopy, 2012
  • Fellowship in Robotic Surgery – Celebration Hospital & Nicholson Center, Florida, 2013
  • Fellowship In Advanced Assisted Reproduction – Asian Reproductive Medicine Center, 2014
  • Certification in Advanced IVF and Embryology – Global Fertility Academy, 2014
  • Embryo Donation in Action – American Society of Reproductive Medicine, 2014

Google Reviews

Nikhil Mehra





One of the best IVF specialists & Advanced Gynecologist Care Centre.The most knowledgeable and experienced Doctor Who cares for his patients and ensures the best treatment.
The Shree IVF clinic has world-class facilities available under one roof. Many technologies added 1st time in India. I strongly recommend it to everyone.

Shilpa Patwardhan





Dr. Jay Sir is a very intelligent and wise person. He is an all-rounder with excellent mentoring capabilities, meaning he not only works but also guides, teaches, gives first-hand observations, gives opportunities to learn and grow as a doctor, with live hands-on surgical demonstrations. He proves a literal meaning of the term "Doctors are messengers of God", I have observed his unbiased views and respect towards all other pathies👌

Walter Mendonsa





We have been married since 12 years and have done multiple procedures for fertility treatment. We were referred here by a doctor friend of ours. We became pregnant with IVF. The best thing about this place is that Dr Jay is really hands on and very very very honest. From the first part of ultrasounds till the part of delivery and in between all procedures is all handled in one place. This is one of the rare 24 Hour open Ivf clinic. It's doing many other cancer and laparoscopy surgery also. It's very very busy almost all the time but the staff is superb here. Very transparency. We are blessed with a baby boy here and even if it was a Sunday Dr jay came from his holiday just to do my wife delivery. It's so much high commitment that I really am impressed. He is such a big doctor but so Humble.

Sandip Chavan





Dr. Jay Mehta is a very professional, knowledgeable, and God-Gifted Obstetrician-Gynecologist-Fetologist who believes in genuineness and ethical ways to help families for a noble cause. He is "Saving generations". Another interesting, sincere and quite a responsible effort by Dr. Jay is online gynecology and obstetrics guidance lectures for practicing family physicians from all over India. Rather, he loves and enjoys sharing his utmost experiences. May God bless him forever...!

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Why is the AMH test important before IVF?

Why is the AMH test important before IVF?

Are you someone who is facing difficulties in conceiving for a long time and now you are thinking to give IVF a shot? If yes, you are in the right place where you will get all the basic information about IVF. Before trying advanced fertility treatments like IVF, it is very important to understand its basics. Today this blog is about IVF and its meaning.

Difference between azoospermia and oligospermia?

Difference between azoospermia and oligospermia?

Oligospermia is an infertility issue among men that results in low sperm count. The other factors related to the sexual health of men in this condition are typical. In this case, you will be able to get an erection and will also ejaculate during orgasm but the sperm count will be low. In order to fertilize the eggs you need to have a healthy sperm count.

What is a good AMH level for IVF?

What is a good AMH level for IVF?

If you’re having AMH levels between 1.0-4.0 ng/ml, it is considered as a good or normal AMH level to get pregnant. AMH levels below 1.0ng/ml result in low egg count and are an indication of diminishing ovarian reserve.

Can Azoospermia be cured?

Can Azoospermia be cured?

Azoospermia is a medical condition where you experience an absence of sperm while you’re ejaculating. It is mainly due to a blockage in your reproductive tract or if you have hormonal problems. However, there are other causes of azoospermia like ejaculation issues and testicular structure and functioning issues. This condition is also relatable to infertility among men.

Is Azoospermia Permanent?

Is Azoospermia Permanent?

In terms of pregnancy, when it occurs perfectly, that is a happy moment for the couple. However, there are some reasons why couples cannot conceive a child even after repeated tries. Often, the reason for this is due to problems in the uterus, but a lot of the cases occur due to male infertility. While there are many causes behind such infertility, one common condition for it is Azoospermia.

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What are the causes of Asthenozoospermia?

What are the causes of Asthenozoospermia?

Asthenozoospermia is a condition related to male infertility in which you produce sperms that have low motility. Sperm motility refers to the capability of sperm to travel in a straight line swiftly. Progressive sperm motility is very much important for achieving natural pregnancy. So, if you have low sperm motility then it also reduces your chances to make your female partner pregnant.

Difference between azoospermia and oligospermia?

Difference between azoospermia and oligospermia?

Oligospermia is an infertility issue among men that results in low sperm count. The other factors related to the sexual health of men in this condition are typical. In this case, you will be able to get an erection and will also ejaculate during orgasm but the sperm count will be low. In order to fertilize the eggs you need to have a healthy sperm count.

What is a good AMH level for IVF?

What is a good AMH level for IVF?

If you’re having AMH levels between 1.0-4.0 ng/ml, it is considered as a good or normal AMH level to get pregnant. AMH levels below 1.0ng/ml result in low egg count and are an indication of diminishing ovarian reserve.

Can Azoospermia be cured?

Can Azoospermia be cured?

Azoospermia is a medical condition where you experience an absence of sperm while you’re ejaculating. It is mainly due to a blockage in your reproductive tract or if you have hormonal problems. However, there are other causes of azoospermia like ejaculation issues and testicular structure and functioning issues. This condition is also relatable to infertility among men.

Is Azoospermia Permanent?

Is Azoospermia Permanent?

In terms of pregnancy, when it occurs perfectly, that is a happy moment for the couple. However, there are some reasons why couples cannot conceive a child even after repeated tries. Often, the reason for this is due to problems in the uterus, but a lot of the cases occur due to male infertility. While there are many causes behind such infertility, one common condition for it is Azoospermia.

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DuoStim/ Dual ovarian stimulation in IVF?

DuoStim/ Dual ovarian stimulation in IVF?

When a woman with low AMH or diminished ovarian reserve she may no appropriately respond to ovarian stimulation, that could be very difficult situation for reproductive specialist. In such a situation, in every cycle, we try to get the maximum number of eggs or oocytes which we can obtain from a female partner.

How to Open Blocked Fallopian Tubes and Treatment?

How to Open Blocked Fallopian Tubes and Treatment?

The fallopian blockage which is spasmodic or due to anxiety is the easiest to treat. Apart from this, there are various other causes of the blocked fallopian tube. The causes which are extremely difficult to treat are the causes due to infections because predominately they cause mid-tubal or distal tubal blockages.

How to treat Overactive bladder?

How to treat Overactive bladder?

Urge incontinence is extremely amenable to treatment when treated correctly. There are a lot of medical management options available in order to treat urge incontinence.

Male Infertility Causes and Sperm DNA Fragmentation?

Male Infertility Causes and Sperm DNA Fragmentation?

One of the unexplained cause of male infertility is Sperm DNA Fragmentation Index is also known as Sperm DFI which means out “X” number of sperms how man sperms actually have DNA fragmentation. It reflects the integrity of and the damage to the DNA, the genetic material of the sperm, thereby detecting potential sperm damage. It is considered a crucial indicator in evaluating semen quality.

Oligospermia: Causes and Treatment?

Oligospermia: Causes and Treatment?

According to the WHO criteria if the sperm count is less than 15 million/ml that it is called as Oligospermia or Low sperm count. It is divided into three categories

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