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    Dr Abha Majumdar is presently is ‘Director of Centre of IVF and Human Reproduction’ at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital. This centre was developed in the year 1990 to which she has been attached to, since its inception, and has been in the team of doctors responsible for the first IVF baby born in 1991 and the first frozen ooctye baby born in Jan 2009 of Northern India. During her graduation she was the recipient of 7 gold medals, certificate of honours in 9 subjects and the president’s medal for being the best medical graduate for the year 1975. She was felicitated on Doctors day by Dr. B.C Roy’s award, on 1st July 1999, for outstanding contribution towards medicine and field of specialty. 

     

    As faculty of her department, she is responsible for teaching postgraduates for Diplomate of National Board (DNB). She has been appointed by the National Diplomate Board as teacher for awarding fellowship in Reproductive Medicine to post graduates in ob/gyne since 2007. She has conducted a number of updates, CME’s and workshops with evidence-based medicine as the theme, in the field of reproductive medicine in the city of Delhi. 

     

    She has been the ‘Chairperson for the Infertility sub-committee of the Association of obstetrics and Gynecology of Delhi. She was the first Vice President and founder member of “Indian Fertility Society” (IFS) 2005 and the President of the IFS 2008-2010. She is an executive committee member of Indian Society of Assisted Reproduction (ISAR) has been an executive member the Endocrinological Committee and the Infertility Committee of FOGSI.

     

    She is a member of National Association of Reproductive and Child Health of India (NARCHI), Federation of Obstetrician and Gynecological Societies of India (FOGSI) and of European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE). Her field of interest is in management of all cases related to infertility with special focus on reproductive endocrinology, laparoscopic and hysteroscopic corrective surgery, open microsurgery and macro surgery for gynecological disorders causing infertility and assisted reproductive techniques.

Questions Answered by me

If IVF is the only method for your sister by which pregnancy can be achieved then I think another trial is very important because IVF does have a...

Answered on : 15 May 2006

If the diagnosis of hypogonadotropic hypogonadism is confirmed then nothing will work except the daily gonadotropin injections till your follicles...

Answered on : 15 May 2006

You don't need any extra folic acid, nor is it abnormal to have a stretching feeling in the abdomen. It is also normal to have paroxysmal episodes...

Answered on : 03 Apr 2006

Well, with IUI one expects a pregnancy rate of about 15% only, if the tubes are patent, and therefore, it may take about five to six cycles of IUI...

Answered on : 23 Mar 2006

There is no need to give anti viral because chicken pox is a self limiting disease. However, if the need of antiviral arises due to the severity...

Answered on : 03 Mar 2006

Please get the endometrial thickness measured on ultrasound and also ask your ultrasonologist to see if you have polycystic ovaries. If the...

Answered on : 22 Aug 2005

Hyperprolactinaemia can be treated very easily and drugs are not costly. She can start treatment for hyperprolactinaemia 3 months before she...

Answered on : 13 Jun 2005

No, the position of the placenta is not a problem it may migrate safely upwards and there is a chance that if it does so you will have a normal...

Answered on : 28 May 2005

Low progesterone may lead to the risk of abortion and the best way to increase its levels are by using micronised vaginal pessaries two to 3 times...

Answered on : 08 Apr 2005

I think your gestational ultrasound should be able to tell with greater accuracy whether your baby is appropriate or large for dates and whether...

Answered on : 22 Feb 2005
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