A womens ovary has 6 million oocytes at puberty. At every menstrual cycle a group of antral follicles, 10-15 in number start growing. An antral follicle consists of an oocyte (female egg) surrounded by granulosa and theca cells (two types of cells)- which nourishes the oocyte and secrete female hormone called estrogen. As estrogen collects around the oocyte the antral follicles look like small fluid filled cysts.
Passed MBBS and MD from Government Medical College and Hospital, Aurangabad.
Trained in Trans Vaginal USG and Color Doppler in 1990 and running the USG unit of Jilla Hospital.
Trained in Endoscopic Surgery in 1992 and performed successfully more than 20,000 laparoscopic surgeries like myomectomy, Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomies, Laparoscopic Sling surgeries.
Trained in IVF – ICSI at University of Alabama at Birmingham, Alabama, USA and performed more than 6000 IVF – ICSI cycles with more than 3000 successful IVF babies.
Jilla Hospital is a training center recognized by “The Federation of Obstetrics and Gynecological Societies of India (FOGSI)” and we have trained more than 200 postgraduate students in Ultrasound, IVF – ICSI and Infertility from India and Abroad (Sri Lanka, Dubai, Muscat, Iraq etc.)
Dr. Jilla is invited for numerous conferences as a speaker on infertility, IVF – ICSI and high risk pregnancy.
Trained in “Molecular & Cytogenetics” from SGPGI (Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute), Lucknow.