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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.

Questions Answered by me

It is better not to conceive while your husband is on treatment. Wait for three months after completion of the treatment before trying for a baby...

Answered on : 03 Sep 2007

Period has nothing to do with ovulation. Besides progesterone, several other tests have also to be done. Consult an infertility expert who will...

Answered on : 07 Nov 2005

Your scan report shows that the overall growth of the baby is alright. There does not appear to be any growth retardation. Get the scan done again...

Answered on : 28 Oct 2005

You can try Soya preparations - like menopause, evanvo, isoflave B, menopro powder and many others that are readily available in stores. Include...

Answered on : 12 Sep 2005

Placenta abruptio occurs in women in the higher age group (30+) with a history of high blood pressure. It may also happen due to a fall or jerk...

Answered on : 12 Sep 2005

You may take Isoflavone as a nutritional supplement because that is what it is. Isoflavone is not a substitute for HRT. If you do not wish to get...

Answered on : 27 Jun 2005

This type of problem occurs often after normal delivery but does not remain after six to eight weeks, if the following precautions are taken:...

Answered on : 18 Oct 2004

Tubes are blocked due to PID. Even after medical treatment, you have to get laparoscopy that will confirm the diagnosis; also the correction of...

Answered on : 06 Sep 2004

It is better to go for normal labours pains. But If you are so keen for induction let your doctor decide the method of induction.

Answered on : 26 Jul 2004

In a 6 month pregnancy if you are having early diastolic notch, it means that the early intra-uterine growth retardation (IUGR) is setting in. It...

Answered on : 25 Jun 2004
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