• Brief Profile


     

    Dr Geeta Chadha graduated and post graduated from All India Institute of Medical sciences. She did Senior Residency from Maulana Azad Medical College and associated LNJP Hospital in Delhi. She is presently practicing at Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, New Delhi, as a Senior Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. She is a recipient of Bharat Nirman Award, in the category of 'Young Women Achievers' and is routinely handling cases of infertility, high risk obsterics, recurrent pregnancy losses, PCOD, hirsutism, gynae diseases like ovarian tumours, uterine tumours, endometriosis, etc.

     

    Her special interests include:

    Operative hysteroscopy and treatment of excessive uterine bleeding through hysteroscopic prcedures ,i.e. natural orifice and minimally invasive method.

    Operative laparoscopic procedures for ovarian masses , tubal problem and painful periods.

    Robotic surgery for myomectomy and hysterectomy ,if required.

     



Questions Answered by me

You must do a regular follow up and doppler scans. Also tell your gynaecologist to do all the blood tests to rule out any contributory cause,...

Answered on : 16 Jan 2006

Yes, HSG is necessary to determine the patency of Fallopian tubes.

Answered on : 19 Dec 2005

An ovulation trigger is given when the follicle is minimum 18 mm with a good endometrial thickness.

Answered on : 10 Oct 2005

If you are doing fine, then there is really no need for any hormones.

Answered on : 16 Sep 2005

If all was smooth, you can resume all activities in 12 weeks time.

Answered on : 10 Sep 2005

HCG injections were used very frequently in the past and have not shown any scientific proof to justify their use to prevent an abortion except in...

Answered on : 24 Jun 2005

The treatment depends on the symptoms. If she has oligomenorrhoea, do a progesterone challenge test, if positive she can be put on oral...

Answered on : 07 Mar 2005

At a height of 5 ft. and the good size baby that you had, chances of cephalo-pelvic disproportion (CPD) being responsible in your case as the...

Answered on : 13 Dec 2004

A grade 3 placenta only ensures a mature fetus, which occurs at term and in case seen too early the baby could be smaller than usual, or the...

Answered on : 01 Dec 2004

Neurobion being a form of Vitamin B is safe in pregnancy (all drugs, however, should be taken after 3 months of pregnancy).

Answered on : 11 Nov 2004
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