• Brief Profile


     

    Dr Geeta Chadha graduated and post graduated from All India Institute of Medical sciences. She did Senior Residency from Maulana Azad Medical College and associated LNJP Hospital in Delhi. She is presently practicing at Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, New Delhi, as a Senior Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. She is a recipient of Bharat Nirman Award, in the category of 'Young Women Achievers' and is routinely handling cases of infertility, high risk obsterics, recurrent pregnancy losses, PCOD, hirsutism, gynae diseases like ovarian tumours, uterine tumours, endometriosis, etc.

     

    Her special interests include:

    Operative hysteroscopy and treatment of excessive uterine bleeding through hysteroscopic prcedures ,i.e. natural orifice and minimally invasive method.

    Operative laparoscopic procedures for ovarian masses , tubal problem and painful periods.

    Robotic surgery for myomectomy and hysterectomy ,if required.

     



Questions Answered by me

Asymptomatic fibroids need not be operated. However, if the pain gets persistent, then you would need a surgery.

Answered on : 31 May 2008

Most high resolution, good ultrasound machines can detect the heart pulsation at 6 weeks of pregnancy.

Answered on : 16 May 2008

Yes, your sex urges will be same as long as you have one functional ovary.

Answered on : 05 Apr 2008

It is absolutely safe in normal pregnancy.

Answered on : 05 Feb 2008

Twin pregnancy will need a regular and constant follow up with the doctor at every two weeks. A diet rich in proteins, iron, calcium and calories...

Answered on : 16 Jan 2008

Your ultrasound doctor could give you the details and as far as success of the monitoring, well if it doesnt work, then you need to consult the...

Answered on : 10 Jan 2008

Ideally spacing is the right way to go about this but now that she is 2 months pregnant, just ensure an adequate nutrition and supplement intake...

Answered on : 01 Dec 2007

You need a proper hormonal evaluation in order to figure out the cause of irregular periods

Answered on : 01 Dec 2007

If your gall bladder stone is just an incidental finding and has caused no pain so far, then you should avoid fats and fried stuff and can tackle...

Answered on : 19 Nov 2007

This test looks at some infections which when encountered for the first time in pregnancy can be deleterious to the growing fetus.

Answered on : 16 Nov 2007
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