KrishnaIVF provide dedicated Infertility services for you

Krishna IVF Clinic, established in 1996, has been at the forefront of assisted reproduction in India for the past 25 years. Under the leadership of Dr. G. A. Rama Raju, the clinic has achieved several significant milestones, revolutionising the field of assisted reproduction and changing the lives of countless couples.


In 1997, just a year after its inception, Krishna IVF celebrated the birth of their first IVF baby. The twins, now 25 years old, marked the beginning of a remarkable journey in the field of assisted reproduction. In 1998, the clinic celebrated another milestone with the birth of the first ICSI baby in combined Andhra Pradesh. The following year, in 1999, a testicular sperm extraction baby was born, providing hope and a solution for Azoospermia couples.

To further improve the chances of conception for older women, Krishna IVF introduced assisted hatching in 2000. The first baby born through this technique arrived in 2004, coincidentally becoming the first such baby in South India. The clinic continued its innovative streak by delivering the first baby using preimplantation genetic diagnosis in 2005.

Krishna IVF has also pioneered vitrification technology, a cutting-edge method for preserving embryos. Dr. G. A. Rama Raju’s work has been published in several reputed international medical journals, garnering numerous acknowledgements and citations. The clinic believes in sharing its knowledge and has trained many other clinics to help improve women’s lives worldwide.

Over the past 25 years, Krishna IVF Clinic has been a beacon of hope for countless couples struggling with infertility. With its state-of-the-art infrastructure and unwavering dedication to research and innovation, the clinic continues to make a significant impact in the field of assisted reproduction. It is a testament to the hard work and vision of Dr G. A. Rama Raju and his team, who have transformed the lives of many and continue to push the boundaries of what is possible in the world of assisted reproduction.

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