Dr. Namrata Gupta
Department: Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Experience: 17+ Years
MS in Obstetrics & Gynecology, Dr. Namrata Gupta has a decade long exhaustive clinical experience in the subject. She is a dedicated specialist proficient in managing high risk obstetrics, medical disorders in pregnancy, conducting operative as well painless deliveries. Her areas of interest include advanced laparoscopic gynaecological surgeries, preconceptional counseling, management of recurrent pregnancy loss and guidance to adolescent and post-menopausal women regarding health issues. She has been awarded prestigious fellow of Association of Minimal Access Surgeon of India FMAS and has taken special training in Critical Care in obstetrics from Safdarjung Hospital Delhi. She has presented several papers in national and international conferences and is member of prestigious medical associations. She has part in FOGSI National Guidelines for labour Induction and Management. Her objective as medical professional is delivering latest technology, highest skill and humble services to obstetric and gynaecology patients.
A postpartum haemorrhage is also referred to as PPH and is identified as one of the serious and rare reproductive conditions among females. It causes them to bleed without control after the birth of a baby. Usually, it occurs within a day after the baby is born and can occur for around twelve weeks.
Trichomoniasis is a reproductive health issue commonly known as a sexually transmitted disease among women. It is a curable condition and most females don’t even experience signs and don’t realise that they are infected with the problem. It is also known as one of the most common STDs in the world.
Uterus prolapse is a reproductive health condition among females in which the tissue supporting the uterus begins losing strength. It occurs when ligaments in your pelvic floor including muscles begin stretching too much causing weakness. As a result, they fail to offer support to your uterus and it starts to slip out into the vagina. Females of any age can experience the problem, however, females who have had multiple deliveries in their life are more exposed to this disease.