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    Dr Mini Sood was a Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University College of Medical Sciences and GTB hospital in New Delhi. She is a graduate and postgraduate from the AIIMS and since then has worked at the UCMS since 1988. She served at the Himalayan Insitute, Dehradun as Prof. and Head of Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Her chief areas of interest have been ultrasonography, high risk obstetrics, fetal medicine and gynaec oncology. She has received an award for her thesis paper presentation and postgraduates working under her guidance have received awards at the local as well as national level. She is currently working as an associate professor at the University Tecknology Mara, at Selangore Malaysia. She is the editor of three books and has several publications to her credit. She has also been an active member of the association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Delhi and the Indian medical association, Delhi Branch.

Questions Answered by me

Yes you can - but first you need evaluation for the cause of repeated miscarriage and then treatment for it before planning the next pregnancy....

Answered on : 22 Jan 2011

You need to wait for a year before planning another pregnancy. In the meanwhile, get treated for CMV infection, repeat titres after treatment and...

Answered on : 15 Jan 2011

The risks involved are many - one at 30 plus if you get pregnant you need to get checked out for foetal defects especially down's. The disc...

Answered on : 03 Jan 2011

She needs to have follow-up scans - transvaginal and estimation of CA125 level. If the cyst is small, clear and less than 6 cms, and CA 125 level...

Answered on : 21 Dec 2010

Your tubes are OK - you need to be checked for other causes of not conceiving like - egg formation failure or cervical factor/uterine defects/...

Answered on : 17 Dec 2010

You first need to loose weight, and have regular menses- with weight reduction and metformin 500mgs twice a day. thyroid also needs to be...

Answered on : 13 Dec 2010

You need to have an abdominal and transvaginal scan as well as a pap smear and an endometrial bioppsy to locate the cause of heavy menses. Is it a...

Answered on : 10 Dec 2010

You will need to be evaluated for previous two miscarriages, through blood test of Full blood count, urine culture, HIV, VDRL, Blood sugars, and...

Answered on : 09 Dec 2010

She is suffering from precocious puberty, which is treatable. Once the cause is established, she will first need to be tested by scan/MRI/CT to...

Answered on : 18 Nov 2010

You need to take only one- now there are better micronized preparations available- but these maybe more expensive, can also be taken by vaginal...

Answered on : 17 Nov 2010
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