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    Dr. Prof. Sadhana Kala is senior consultant gynaecologist at Moolchand hospital, Delhi, since 1985, and Professor at Medical College, Dehradun. Earlier, she was also, concurrently, Senior Consultant at Apollo, Batra and Modi hospitals, Delhi. She specialised in Reproductive Health from Upsalla University, Sweden; and in endoscopy (laparoscopic surgery) and infertility and menopause treatment from various institutes in the US. She regularly goes to the US for workshops/seminars/conferences to keep abreast with the latest advances in these specialities. She has wide teaching, research and clinical experience in India and abroad and has published many research papers. In 1985, she was offered research and teaching assignment at Yale University, USA, but returned to India to join Medical College, Guwahati, as Visiting Surgeon & Professor. She was university topper in MBBS, with distinction in medicine, winning several gold and silver medals and certificates of honour. After MS (Obs & Gyn), she taught at Medical College, Kanpur, as Assistant/Associate Professor before going abroad in 1982. Her areas of special interest are infertility, menopause, endoscopy(laparoscopic surgery) and high risk pregnancy.

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You are overweight. Take proper nutrition but keep the weight under control by doing perineal exercises, walking and yoga.
Avoid lifting...

Answered on : 18 Feb 2009
  1. Spotting may occur because of:
    • Weak attachment of the implantation of the foetus or,
    • Any extra physical exertion, e.g....
Answered on : 11 Feb 2009

The findings suggest that the blood flow to the baby is compromising. If it continues like this, or get worse, then it may lead to Intra-uterine...

Answered on : 31 Jan 2009

Missed abortion can be because of many reasons and hypothyroidism is one of these: so it cannot be said that your abortion was because of...

Answered on : 24 Oct 2008

You start feeling the kicks in the fifth/sixth month of pregnancy (varies from patient to patient), but you will not feel the kick every day....

Answered on : 26 Apr 2008

This is a common problem, usually caused by swelling in the uterus, called PID (Pelvic inflammatory disease). She should go for check up. She will...

Answered on : 25 Apr 2008

Once the pregnancy occurs, it is just like a normal pregnancy. However, you need to take the hormonal injections prescribed by your doctor. It is...

Answered on : 11 Oct 2007

If the size is about 25% smaller than normal size, then, with proper treatment, pregnancy is possible. If the size is smaller than that, than the...

Answered on : 11 Oct 2007

To avoid acidity, take frequent, small meals, avoid spicy food and drink lots of cold water. Get a genetic ultrasound and triple marker test (...

Answered on : 05 Oct 2007

IgG is the past infection; it will not affect pregnancy.
IgM is the present infection. Since this is negative, the pregnancy will not be...

Answered on : 05 Sep 2007
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