First test tube baby born at 151 BH Guwahati

GUWAHATI, MAY 23 (AGENCIES) | Publish Date: 5/24/2019 11:47:15 AM IST

The Army 151 Base Hospital in Guwahati added another feather to its camp when the first test tube (IVF) baby was born in the hospital on Wednesday last, reports Northeast Now news. 

This was informed in a defence press release issued on Thursday.
The first successful pregnancy was delivered to a proud couple RT Yadav and Sadana on Wednesday by a team of doctors comprising Lt Col Nagaraja N, Lt Col Deepak Patil and Lt Col Kusum Khati. A healthy male baby was born at 09:22 am on that day weighing 2.6 kg.
Both baby and mother are stated to be doing well and they were greeted and blessed by Dr Leena Rawat Singh, chairperson, FWC, Basistha Military station and Col Archana Saikia Tyagi, senior registrar 151 Base Hospital.
The couple was suffering from infertility for the past three years. There was no chance of natural conception in their case as both the fallopian tubes were blocked. The newly proud parents are extremely happy to see their baby and thanked everyone who made this beautiful project for the welfare of the soldiers.
This highly challenging task was possible only because of an exceptional service by the team of 151 Base hospital, Guwahati.

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