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    Dr Y Niraj Krishnamurthy is trained in Obstetrics & Gynaecology from UK and India. He is a Fellow in Minimal Access Surgery in the UK. After completing MBBS and MD (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) from Nagpur University, he worked as lecturer in MGM Medical College in Navi-Mumbai. He left for the UK in 2000 for further training. There he completed MRCOG and his structured training from various London Hospitals.

     

    He is on the Specialist Register of the General Medical Council, UK. He has worked as Senior Registrar in Gynaecological Oncology units. Throughout his training in the UK he has been to several International Meetings and Conference. He has written articles in various journals and has also authored chapters in various International textbooks including the Oxford Handbook of Obstetrics & Gynaecology. He is currently doing subspecialist training - MSc (Advanced Gynaecological Endoscopy) from University of Surrey, UK. He was awarded a scholarship from British Society of Gynaecological Endoscopy (BSGE) towards this training. He is involved in Research activities and is currently undertaking Randomised Controlled Trial in women who had laparoscopic surgery. He also had hands-on training in Robotic Surgery at North Texas Hospital in Dallas, US. Apart from teaching Medical students, he is invited to teach on various courses including ALSO (Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics), Basic Practical Skills Course run by the RCOG (Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists) London and Laparoscopy course in the Minimal Access Therapy Training Unit in Guildford. Being in a tertiary referral centre, his main volume of work includes referrals of women with Pelvic Pain & endometriosis.

     

    His areas of interest include Gynaecological Endoscopy, Urogynaecology, Pelvic pain, General Gynaecology, Menopausal problems and Hormone replacement therapy (HRT), Recurrent miscarriages, Pregnancy complications including Medical Problems in Pregnancy, Intrapartum care and High Risk Obstetric.

Questions Answered by me

Endometriotic cyst usually is associated with deep infiltrating endometriosis, which can give problems such as pain during sexual intercourse,...

Answered on : 23 Feb 2011

Pelvic floor exercises are helpful in urinary incontinence when it is associated with weak pelvic floor, more commonly seen with uterine prolapse...

Answered on : 16 Feb 2011

What adhesions does your wife have? If your wife has bowel adhesions, then she does not need termination of pregnancy. She can continue with her...

Answered on : 12 Dec 2010

A successful conception depends on various male and female factors. Provided everything else is normal, a 3.3 x 3.1 cm anterior wall subserous...

Answered on : 16 Jun 2010

Even before attempting removal of the ovary, one has to be reasonably sure that there is no sinister feature either on ultrasound / CT scan or...

Answered on : 23 May 2010

IUGR (Intrauterine Growth Restriction) can either start very early in pregnancy or later - which is what seems to have happened in your case. It...

Answered on : 12 May 2010

The commonest cause for pain in pregnancy is musculoskeletal pain (pain due to stretch of ligaments and muscles). There is no evidence that either...

Answered on : 02 May 2010

What I can interpret from your scan report is that there is a (early) pregnancy sac in the uterus. All you need is a repeat scan in two weeks. If...

Answered on : 20 Apr 2010

When you have a tube removed for ectopic pregnancy, the possibility of you having a successful (intrauterine) pregnancy is approximately 55%. I do...

Answered on : 14 Apr 2010

Very rarely does an ovarian cyst cause any menstrual / bleeding problem. In your case it certainly does not look like the ovarian cyst (s) is the...

Answered on : 09 Oct 2009
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