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Prashant Purohit

Prashant Purohit is a clinical fellow, assisted conception unit, Kings College Hospital.

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  • Amniocentesis

    Preconception care: genetic and pre-existing conditionsSubscription

    21 FEB 2017

    Pharmacists and healthcare professionals can provide appropriate and comprehensive preconception care by identifying couples who are at risk of having a baby with a genetic or chromosomal malformation and can empower the couple by giving them enough knowledge to make informed decisions.

  • Woman holds a positive pregnancy test

    Preconception care: dietary and lifestyle adviceSubscription

    16 JAN 2017

    Engagement by women with a pharmacist or healthcare professional for preconception advice and care ranges from 18% to 45%. Pharmacists are uniquely placed to provide this advice when individuals present for new registration checks, well-woman consultations, contraceptive advice and reviews, as well as medicine use reviews.

  • Subfertility is defined by the failure of a heterosexual couple to achieve a clinical pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse. In the image, an in vitro fertilisation (IVF) laboratory

    Subfertility: treatment options in womenSubscription

    18 AUG 2015

    The causes of subfertility in women and the pharmacological and surgical options available.

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