Dr. Joshi Prashant Shripad

Fertility Specialist

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About Doctor

Dr. Prashant S Joshi is a renowned Obstetrics & Gynecological fertility specialist with more than 15 years of experience in the field. He is a pioneer in reproductive medicine. He graduated from KIMS, Hubli in 1999. He finished his postgraduate in Obstetrics & Gynecology from the prestigious Jawaharlal Institute of Medical Science & Research (JIPMER) Pondicherry. He has done several  research publications to his credit. He has also received several awards to his credit. His special interests are in the field of Male Infertility, recurrent IVF failures & redcurrant abortions & poor ovarian reserve.


KMC : 58576


* Executive member of medical education unit in Shri Adichunchanagiri Institute of Medical Sciences. * Member of Bangalore Society of Obs & Gynae. * Member of FOGSI. * Life member of Indian Medical Association.

FAQs & Answers

Which city and centers, does Dr. Joshi Prashant Shripad practice at, on Cloudnine?
Dr. Joshi Prashant Shripad practices at Jayanagar, Bangalore.
How can I book an appointment with Dr. Joshi Prashant Shripad?
You can book a consultation with Dr. Joshi Prashant Shripad via 'It's our baby app', through the Cloudnine website, a phone call on the customer care no, or directly from the hospital.
Why do people consult with Dr. Joshi Prashant Shripad?
Patients frequently visit Dr. Joshi Prashant Shripad for Fertility issues related consultations and treatments.
When can I book an appointment?
Anytime via 'It's our Baby App' or Cloudnine's website.
What is Dr. Joshi Prashant Shripad's education qualification?
Dr. Joshi Prashant Shripad has the following qualifications: MD, DNB, FRCOG, MRCOG(UK), FNB(reproductive Medicine), Clinical Director.
What is Dr. Joshi Prashant Shripad a specialist for?
Dr. Joshi Prashant Shripad is a fertility specialist.

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Low Sperm Count | Dr. Joshi Prashant Shripad
"A low sperm count, also called oligozoospermia, is where a man has less than 15 million sperm per mL of semen. Having a low sperm count can make it a bit difficult to conceive naturally, although successful pregnancies may still occur. Nowadays, a low sperm count and problems with sperm quality, are not uncommon"
Which are the patients who will require IVF? I Dr. Joshi Prashant Shripad
"People choose IVF for many reasons, including infertility issues or when one partner has another existing health condition. Some people opt for IVF when other fertility methods have failed or the couples are more than 35 years of age"
First IVF success, is it possible I Dr. Joshi Prashant Shripad
IVF is a highly advanced procedure with a number of steps. There are many cycle options in the process. IVF increases the chances of getting pregnant if you’re facing fertility problems. It is important to know the factors affecting the success rate of IVF.
Unexplained infertility I Dr. Joshi Prashant Shripad
"It is estimated that in 5% to 10% of couples trying to conceive, there is no apparent cause for infertility. In even a much higher percentage of couples, only minor abnormalities are found that are not severe to result in infertility. In these cases, it is called unexplained infertility"
The common Fertility Tests I Dr. Joshi Prashant Shripad
"Fertility tests help in determining the major causes of infertility so that the condition can be treated and the couple can get the chance of becoming parents. For women, fertility tests include ovulation testing, Hysterosalpingography, Ovarian reserve testing, etc. For men, fertility tests include semen analysis, hormone testing, genetic testing, etc"
Blocked Fallopian Tubes I Dr. Joshi Prashant Shripad
"Fallopian Tubes are female reproductive organs that links the uterus and the ovaries. When ovulation takes place, i.e., in the middle of the menstrual cycle, the fallopian tubes carry an egg from an ovary to the uterus. It is also the fallopian tube where the conception happens. If a fallopian tube gets blocked, the passage for sperm to reach the eggs is hindered"
The Important Condition of – Azoospermia | Dr. Joshi Prashant Shripad
"Azoospermia is a condition where there is no sperm in one’s ejaculate. There are several reasons why Azoospermia occurs including blockage in the reproductive tract, ejaculation problems, and hormonal issues, etc. Most of the causes are treatable, however in some cases live sperm is retrieved to be used in assisted reproductive techniques"
Oocyte Freezing or Egg Freezing I Dr. Joshi Prashant Shripad
"Egg freezing is a technique used to preserve a woman’s ability to conceive in the future. In this method, the eggs released from ovaries are frozen and stored for later use. There are several reasons why women choose to freeze their eggs including career plans, cancer, infections and other health concerns. Dr. Prashant Joshi, Fertility Specialist, Cloudnine Hospital, Bangalore shares some insights on Oocyte Freezing or Egg Freezing"

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