• Brief Profile


    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

Hypothyroidism can have adverse effect on the neural development of the baby. You need to take medicine continuously during pregnancy ad get your...

Answered on : 22 Sep 2010

You are having irregular cycles because you are not forming eggs on your own (anovulatory cycles). You also have a high BMI and need to reduce...

Answered on : 13 Sep 2010

Bicornuate uterus usually does not interfere with conceiving but may have complications in carrying the pregnancy. Since your husband's semen...

Answered on : 04 Aug 2010

Clexane is safe in pregnancy and is required in your case with low protein S levels. This needs to be stopped at least 24 hrs before your delivery...

Answered on : 06 May 2010

Irregular periods are usually due to anovulatory cycles, which are due to hormonal imbalance. You need to get your thyroid and prolactin level...

Answered on : 05 May 2010

You can try to conceive after 6 months of your abortion. Though you are on the higher side of age group, you can plan a pregnancy and then follow...

Answered on : 19 Jan 2010

Yours seems to be a case of unexplained infertility. Letrozole, which has been given to you is a safe drug for ovulation induction and usually...

Answered on : 03 Dec 2009

Your wife is 32 yrs old with day 2 FSH of 19. It seems she is heading towards premature ovarian failure. In this case nothing can be done to bring...

Answered on : 23 Nov 2009

TB PCR is not a very sensitive and specific test for endometrial tuberculosis. Now that you have already started antitubercular treatment, take it...

Answered on : 23 Nov 2009

Since she has pituitary macroadenoma in which the level was 210 to start with, she needed surgery with regular follow up. Now her levels are such...

Answered on : 07 Nov 2009
  • Dr Abha  Majumdar's picture
Javascript is required to view this map.
  • New Delhi
    India