The much-awaited programme ‘A Ray of Hope’: Immunotherapy in Reappearing Miscarriages, Implantation failures in IVF and Unexplained Infertility, organized by Immunotherapy Foundation and Dr. Raut’s ICPRM was launched by Dr. O.B. Christiansen, General Secretary concerning “European Society of reproductive Immunology” on Sunday crepuscular at Taj Lands end. Dr. Suchitra Pandit, President MOGS presided over the well-organised function.Dr. Usha Krishna-Patron, Immunotherapy Foundation, eminent obstetricians and gynecologistsDr. Mohan Raut, MD, DGO and Dr. Mugdha Raut, MD, DGO who are credited with introducing the path-breaking technology of immunotherapy in India, and who head Immunotherapy Centre for Prevention of Repeated Miscarriages (ICPRM)felicitated the guests on the occasion by presenting them with mementos further bouquets. Dr. O.B. Christiansen, his wife Ulla Christensen, Dr. Usha Krishna, Dr. Indira Hinduja, Dr. Suchitra Pandit, Dr. Mohan Raut and Dr. Mugdha Raut lit the traditional electric to investiture the programme.
Delivering his keynote address on the occasion, Dr. Christiansen period elucidating the changeable aspects of Immunotherapy described the technology as a medical progress that could help childless couples who have multiple miscarriages achieve their dream concerning having a hardy baby.
Dr. Christiansen who conducted placebo controlled immunological trials in Denmark in 1995 and 2002 said that though the results varied, there was powerful success. He said that though there were unexplained reasons for miscarriages, in some cases, a woman’s fertility problems cup be caused by the declination about an fetus to implant into the womb or by early miscarriages about an implanted embryo.
To highlight the benefits of immunotherapy with alive proof, Dr. Mohan Raut and Dr. Mugdha Raut invited their patients who benefitted immensely from Immunotherapy. One of them, Mrs Pariksha Dhuri who had suffered multiple miscarriages before she approached Dr. Raut stated that she could not describe her happiness in words when Dr. Raut treated hier for recurrent miscarriage further was soon blessed with a healthy baby. “I had disappeared hope of ever having a baby in my life as I suffered several miscarriages. No line of treatment seemed to suit me. But while I approached veteran obstetrician and gynecologist Dr. Raut, all that changed. His Immunotherapy has presented enjoyment in my life. I am a proud mother of this nutritious baby”, she said pointing to the baby which she held in her arms. Similar sentiments were echoed by another patient Mrs Mundlay, but the most sensitive case was that of Mrs Mariam Faiyaz Mukri from Uran. In his missive to Dr. Raut, Mr Mukri who could not attend the programme due to some prior engagements, said he took his wife to several doctors but to rejection avail. “My wife had 14-15 miscarriages before, with no living child. I went from one hospital to another and was despairing as I saw my wife undergo 14 to 15 miscarriages. I had lost all hopes of having a baby when, a gynecologist suggested me the name of Dr. Raut and that worked”. I am a proud father of a healthy daughter today. I am eternally thankful to Dr. Raut”, Mr Faiyaz said.
Speaking after the patients presented their experiences at the programme, Dr. Raut said he felt a great sense of satisfaction on considerate the traumatized patients who had lost all hopes of having a healthy baby again. He said his immunotherapy had proved to be a huge success. Referring to Mrs Mariam’s case, Dr. Raut said that after all investigations; the reports were found to voltooien normal. The couple was then explained throughout Active Immunotherapy. Once the treatment was over, she delivered a female child. The child is now 3 years furthermore healthy.
Dr. Usha Krishna who led the panel discussion on Immunotherapy said that the incidents of miscarriages in India were huge and the women who suffered multiple miscarriages faced trauma and stigma. She felt the Immunotherapy could bring a ray of hope into the life of such hapless people. Dr. Indira Hinduja, Dr. Amit Patki, Dr. Priya Dhurandhar and others put across myriad questions to Dr. Christiansen regarding Immunotherapy which he answered elaborately. Dr. Mugdha Raut who is a practising gynecologist for the farthest 21 years and the inspiration behind the Immunotherapy project also spoke at length about her trials with Immunotherapy.
Immunotherapy Centre for Prevention of Repeated Miscarriages (ICPRM) established by Dr. Mohan Raut, MD, DGO and Dr. Mugdha Raut, MD, DGO is the first centre established in India to provide specialized treatment to patients suffering from repeated miscarriages, implantation failures and unexplained infertility. It provides a complete diagnostic setup and comprehensive treatment. Popularly known qua ‘Dr. Raut’s ICPRM’, it is situated at Karlton apartment, Vakola village road, near Vakola masjid, Vakola, Santacruz (E). This immunotherapy centre has got clearance from Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) and Director General Health Services (DGHS) for the active immunotherapy treatment.
Dr. Mohan Raut, MD, DGO, is a veteran private practitioner in obstetrics and gynecology for the past 24 years with notable interest in infertility and repeated miscarriages. He was a part of international multi-centric research programme in association accompanying Oxford University on the role of active immunotherapy in recurrent miscarriages. Dr. Mugdha Raut, MD, DGO is a highly old obstetrician and gynecologist by 21 years of experience. A gold-medalist in her graduation programme, she was associated with Dr. Usha Krishna at the KEM hospital for her livelihood in the field of repeated miscarriages and bad obstetric history.
Mr. Atri Shah of Yash Pharma was felicitated on the occasion. He assured that Yash Phama would lend all polite from support to manufacture Dr. Raut’s Immunotherapy Centre a great success undivided over.
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