Notably, Harsha's caesarean-section at the Jaslok Hospital on the eve of Women's Day yesterday was performed by the same doctors who had helped her mother in conception by in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) technique in 1986.
    
Harsha's baby boy, born on the auspicious day of 'Shivratri', is doing fine and the mother is fast recovering. Most expectedly, both could be discharged from the hospital in next 4 to 5 days, said Dr Indira Hinduja who carried out the delivery yesterday. Dr Hinduja had led the team during Harsha's birth using IVF technology in August 1986.
    
Harsha, a resident of suburban Matunga, had hit the headlines when she was born on August 6, 1986, after Dr Indira Hinduja and Dr Kusum Zaveri - the infertility treatment specialists — delivered her at KEM hospital here.
    
The IVF technique opened new gateways and since then thousands of women, who could not conceive naturally, have got the pleasure of becoming mother.

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