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Dr Pratik Tambe, an IVF Consultant & Fertility Specialist, helps people with fertility challenges complete their families. During 25 years of his medical journey with over 25000 patients, he successfully helped women conceive. With more than 10000 deliveries and more than 4000 IVF cases, “It is the parent’s happiness after holding the newborn that motivates me” adds Dr Pratik Tambe. He is renowned as one of the best IVF doctors in Mumbai.

Dr Pratik Tambe completed his Diploma in Advanced Gynecological Endoscopic Surgery in France. He continued his formal education and completed Assisted Reproduction in Belgium as well as Clinical Embryology in the UK and Singapore.

Dr Pratik Tambe is the Chairperson of the AMOGS Endocrinology Committee (2020-22) and a Governing Council member of ICOG (2021-22). He has been an Executive Committee member of ISAR since 2020, and is an Ex-Chairperson of FOGSI Endocrinology Committee (2017-19). He is an active member of the Managing Council of Mumbai Obs Gyn Society.


On a mission to support your parenthood dreams, Dr Pratik Tambe believes in providing personalized treatment to his patients. Using state-of-the-art IVF technology, he ensures optimum care and safety for conceiving.


Dr Pratik Tambe contributed significantly to literature, with 21 books and 90 papers written till date. Some of his noteworthy books are:

  1. MOGS Labour of Love, a chronicle of the history of the Mumbai Obs Gyn Society 2017
  2. FOGSI Focus on Recent Advances in Infertility 2019
  3. Dasgupta’s Recent Advances in Obs Gyn (series) 2017 onwards
  4. ICOG Campus on Recurrent Implantation Failure 2021



  • AMOGS Endocrinology Committee
  • Indian College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (ICOG)
  • Mumbai Obs Gyn Society (MOGS)
  • Indian Society for Assisted Reproduction (ISAR)
  • Maharashtra Chapter of ISAR (MSR)
  • FOGSI Endocrinology Committee

Awards & Recognition

  • MOGS Dr SD Upasani Best Paper Prize 2010, 2012, 2022, 2023
  • FOGSI Dr DC Dutta Best Publication Prize twice 2017, 2020
  • FOGSI Dr Mehroo Hansotia Best Committee Award 2019
  • FOGSI Future Award 2019
  • MOGS Dr Duru Shah Best Committee Award five times
  • FOGSI We for Stree Champion Award 2019
  • MOGS Dr RD Pandit Best Essay Prize 2014, 2017, 2020, 2023
  • FOGSI Dr CS Dawn Best Paper Prize AICOG 2013
  • FOGSI Dr Kumud Tamaskar Research Prize 2013
  • FOGSI Dr Nimish Shelat Research Award in Endocrinology 2013


  • Years of experience - 25+ years
  • Books written & the best ones - 21 books till date
    1. MOGS Labour of Love, a chronicle of the history of the Mumbai Obs Gyn Society 2017
    2. FOGSI Focus on Recent Advances in Infertility 2019
    3. Dasgupta's Recent Advances in Obs Gyn (series) 2017 onwards
    4. ICOG Campus on Recurrent Implantation Failure 2021
  • Papers written - 90
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In vitro fertilisation (IVF) is a process of fertilisation where an egg is combined with sperm in vitro (“in glass”). The process involves monitoring and stimulating a female’s ovulatory process, removing an ovum or ova (egg or eggs) from their ovaries and letting sperm fertilise them in a culture medium in a laboratory. After the fertilised egg (zygote) undergoes embryo culture for 2–6 days, it is transferred by catheter into the uterus, with the intention of establishing a successful pregnancy.

Infertility is the inability to conceive a child. It can be caused by a number of factors, including genetics, age, stress, and medical conditions.

If you’re having trouble getting pregnant, we can help. The first step is to schedule an appointment with a primary care physician or general gynecologist who can give you advice on how to get pregnant and refer you to a fertility doctor if necessary.

It varies from person to person. If you are not ovulating regularly or have other issues preventing pregnancy, it may take up to six months before we can help you conceive. On the other hand, if your problem is easily resolved (e.g. irregular periods), we may be able to help in just a few weeks!

According to World Health Organization estimate, the overall prevalence of primary infertility in India is between 3.9 to 16.8%. In Indian states, prevalence of infertility varies from state to state such as 3.7% in Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh and Maharashtra, to 5% in Andhra Pradesh, and 15% in Kashmir and prevalence varies in same region across tribes and caste.

Infertility can be caused by a problem with the male or female reproductive systems, or it can be caused by a problem in the couple’s relationship. The most common cause of infertility is ovulation disorders, but there are also many other causes. Infertility isn’t always preventable and can affect anyone at any age.

Dr Pratik Tambe’s has been practicing infertility medicine for over 25 years and has helped thousands of patients achieve their dream of starting a family. He is known for his warm bedside manner, which he believes is critical to helping women who are dealing with such an emotionally charged issue as infertility. He also places great emphasis on educating patients about their options and ensuring that they understand the risks and benefits of each treatment he recommends.

Dr Pratik Tambe’s believes in starting with the least invasive treatments first, and only moving on to more invasive ones when necessary. He finds that this approach helps patients avoid unnecessary stress and expense while still achieving their goal of having a baby. He also believes that it’s important for patients to understand all the options available to them before making a decision about how they want to proceed with treatment—that way, they can make an informed decision about which options will work best for them without any surprises down the line!

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