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General & Laparoscopic Surgeon, Gynaecologist, Obstetrician
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GNH Tower, Near Sector-14, MG Road, Opp. Govt Girls College
Gurgaon, Haryana - 122001
Details for Dr. Smita Vats
J.L.N Medical College Ajmer Rajasthan
SDMH Hospital & Medical Research Institute, Jaipur
DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
Diploma In Laproscopic Surgery
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Paul's Hospital Kochi
Certified in Laparoscopy & Hysteroscopy
National Association for Reproductive & Child Health of India
Professional Memberships
Federation of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India (FOGSI)
National Association for Reproductive & Child Health of India (NARCHI)
Society of Endoscopic and Laproscopic Endoscopic Surgeons of India (SELSI)
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Past Experience
2015 - 2015 Consultant Gynecologist at GNH Hospital Sector 15
2014 - 2015 Consultant at The Gynae Point
2014 - 2015 Consultant at Artemis
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  • MBBS, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), Diploma In Laproscopic Surgery, Certified in Laparoscopy & Hysteroscopy, FICMCH
    General & Laparoscopic Surgeon, Gynaecologist, Obstetrician
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  • FICMCH, Diploma In Laproscopic Surgery, Certified in Laparoscopy & Hysteroscopy, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MBBS
    Dysmenorrhea is a condition marked by severe menstrual cramps. This is caused due to contractions in the pelvic area during the menstrual cycle. While most women go through some degree of cramping, when the cramps become too serious and severe, it should be reported to a doctor to find out if there are any other related problems like Endometriosis, Fibroids, Adenomyosis or some infections.

    Here are the ways in which this condition may be treated effectively:

    Medication: One of the main ways of dealing with this condition includes taking pain relievers that must be prescribed by your doctor. Also, one can take over the counter drugs to relieve the pain. These include ibuprofen as well as aspirin and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Acetaminophen can also help in most cases. Some women may need antibiotics to take care of pelvic infections that cause pain in the pelvic region.

    Hormonal Birth Control: if your symptoms are too severe and debilitating, then the doctor can also put you on hormonal birth control treatment to bring down the pain and severity of the cramps. These are usually prescribed in the form of oral tablets which need to be consumed daily as advised by the Gynaecologist . Sometimes, some women may be unsuitable / unwilling for oral medications and in such cases, other routes for hormonal administration may be followed. This can be administered in the form of an injection. Also, you may wear the dose as a patch on the skin. A surgical procedure can also implant the same under your skin. This also comes as a flexible ring that the doctor can insert into your vagina with the help of an intrauterine device (IUD).

    Surgery: In very extreme cases, the doctor may recommend surgery. This is usually conducted in case there is an underlying condition like endometriosis or fibroids, which can create severe complications for the patient as well. The doctor may also carry out surgical removal of the patient's uterus in case there are many complications.

    Home remedies: One can exercise on a regular basis in a moderate manner so as to ensure that the cramps are not too severe. Also, you can use heat therapy in order to bring down the pain. This can be done by taking a hot bath and soaking in a tub of hot water. Also, you can use a heat compress so as to relieve the pain. Other dietary supplements can also be taken in order to reduce the cramps. For this purpose, one should regularly indulge in fish and flax seeds as well as other ingredients that are rich in omega three fatty acids. Also, vitamin B1 is an important ingredient that can be found in leafy green vegetables. Magnesium supplements can also be taken by the patient for such cramps.

    Stress: one will need to take care of the stress levels by staying away from stressful situations and also cutting back on the consumption of alcohol. One should also avoid smoking completely. Meditation & Yoga have been known to help in relieving stress and you can practise a little bit of these on a daily basis. Also, devoting time to your hobbies and listening to good music can be a stress-buster when incorporated in your daily routine.

    So eat right, exercise right, think right and have a positive attitude- That helps take care of most non-pathological cases of dysmenorrhoea.
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  • FICMCH, Diploma In Laproscopic Surgery, Certified in Laparoscopy & Hysteroscopy, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MBBS
    Here are cause,symptoms and treatments of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
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  • FICMCH, Diploma In Laproscopic Surgery, Certified in Laparoscopy & Hysteroscopy, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MBBS
    Uterine cancer is also known as endometrial cancer and it mostly affects the middle aged women. The uterus of a woman is a muscular organ. The cancer can affect any part of the uterus and is more common in women having obesity, diabetes and hypertension. In most cases, the cancer starts in the endometrium, hence called endometrial cancer. Uterine cancer can be cured using any of the following methods:

    1. Surgical removal of the uterus along with ovaries, lymph nodes and fallopian tubes
    2. Radiation therapy
    3. Chemotherapy

    Although uterine cancer is curable, it's always a better option to prevent it. You cannot control all the causes for uterine cancer like those related to heredity. But other than that, here are a few ways in which you can prevent suffering from uterine cancer:

    1. Control body weight: keep your body weight in control. Obesity can pose a huge risk of getting affected with uterine cancer. The fat in the body produces estrogen, which promotes the growth of uterine lining that is the endometrium and may lead to endometrial cancer.

    2. Breast feed: if you are lactating, then the risk of the cancer decreases, as breast feeding decreases ovulation as well as estrogen activities.

    3. Treat abnormal bleeding: if you are suffering from any type of abnormal bleeding, be that heavy periods, bleeding even after you reached menopause or if you start bleeding between two period cycles, consult your doctor immediately. Abnormal bleeding is the symptom of endometrial hyperplasia, which might eventually turn cancerous.

    4. Exercise: as already said earlier, keep your weight under control to avoid uterine cancer. Exercise to avoid increase in weight leading to obesity. It also reduces the estrogen level in your body.

    5. Healthy food: healthy food is the key to avoid any disease, be that a common cold or uterine cancer. Eat a healthy and balanced diet everyday to be fit and bouncing.

    6. Birth control pills: it is believed that the intake of birth control pills helps to keep uterine cancer at bay.

    So eat healthy, exercise and adopt healthy habits. Then nothing can stop you from enjoying life to the fullest.
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  • FICMCH, Diploma In Laproscopic Surgery, Certified in Laparoscopy & Hysteroscopy, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MBBS
    Here are some tips to manage pregnancy in summers
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  • FICMCH, Diploma In Laproscopic Surgery, Certified in Laparoscopy & Hysteroscopy, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MBBS
    Causes and symptoms of uterine prolapse

    The uterus is a muscular structure held in place inside your pelvis with the help of muscles, ligaments, and tissues. These muscles weaken in women due to pregnancy, childbirth or delivery complications and can lead to severe complications. One such complication is a uterine prolapse. Uterine prolapse occurs when the uterus sags or slips from its normal position into the vaginal canal.

    The causes of uterine prolapse are varied and include:

    - Delivering a large baby
    - Pregnancy
    - Difficulty in labor and delivery
    - Reduction in estrogen levels post menopause
    - Traumatic childbirth
    - Loss or weakening of the pelvic muscle
    - Conditions which lead to increased pressure in the abdominal area such as a chronic cough, straining, pelvic tumors or accumulation of fluid in the abdomen
    - Loss of external support due to major surgery in pelvic area

    Uterine prolapse can be complete or incomplete depending on how far the uterus sags into the vagina. Women who have minor uterine prolapse may not have any visible symptoms. However, if the condition worsens, it manifests itself in visible signs.

    Symptoms of moderate or severe prolapse are:

    1. A feeling of fullness or pressure in your pelvis when you sit
    2. Seeing the uterus or cervix coming out of the vagina
    3. Vaginal bleeding or increased discharge
    4. Painful sexual intercourse
    5. Recurrent bladder infections
    6. Continuing back pain with difficulty in walking, urinating and moving your bowels

    Without proper attention, the condition can cause impairments in the bowel, and can also affect bladder and sexual function.

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  • FICMCH, Diploma In Laproscopic Surgery, Certified in Laparoscopy & Hysteroscopy, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MBBS
    4 Exercises That'll Help You During Labour

    There are technical ways in which you can get your body all set for labour. Although you may not know how your labour will progress, you can ease the pain that you experience during childbirth to a significant extent by doing these four exercises:

    1. Kegel exercises: These exercises target the muscles that provide support to your bladder, uterus, urethra and rectum. By strengthening the muscles of the pelvic floor, these exercises help in improving the flow of blood to your vaginal and rectal area. Kegel exercises involve contracting of the muscles of your pelvic floor as you would do if you had to prevent passing urine or stool. It is also known to reduce the duration of the pushing stage of childbirth, which is the second stage. You can do the exercises sitting or standing and in either of the two ways-

    Slow Kegels: For this, contract the muscles of your pelvic floor and hold them for 3-10 seconds. Release and repeat the exercise for ten times.

    Fast Kegels: To be able to do this, you need to contract and loosen up your pelvic muscles 25-50 times. Do the set for about 4 times with 5 seconds interval between each set.

    2. Squatting: Practising squatting during your pregnancy can help in preparing your pelvic muscles for labour. While strengthening your thighs, it opens up your pelvis for an easy descent of the baby. So, here's what you should do:

    1. Begin by standing behind a chair for support with your feet wide apart

    2. While contracting your abdominal muscles, relax your shoulders and chest before lowering your tailbone towards the floor

    3. While inhaling and exhaling deeply, push into your legs and go back into a standing position

    3. Pelvic Tilt: This exercise helps in strengthening the muscles of your back, pelvis and thigh regions while improving posture. Ensuring your pelvic joints remain flexible, it eases the pain experienced during delivery.

    Here's how it's done:

    1. Get down on both your hands and knees while keeping your head in a parallel position with your back

    2. While arching your back, pull in your stomach

    3. Hold this position for a few seconds before releasing

    The exercise needs to be repeated 3-5 times - all the while maintaining a strong hold on your back and stomach.

    4. Tailor pose: The tailor pose is designed to help relax your hip joints as well as open up the pelvis. It also helps in improving your body posture while easing the aches that occur in the lower part of your back. For this, you need to perform the following steps:

    1. While keeping your back straight, sit comfortably on the floor

    2. Placing the soles of both the feet together, press your knees gently towards the floor

    3. Keep the position for 10-15 seconds
    You can repeat the exercise for 5-10 times.

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  • FICMCH, Diploma In Laproscopic Surgery, Certified in Laparoscopy & Hysteroscopy, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MBBS
    8 Alarming causes of abnormal vaginal bleeding you need to know about

    Vaginal bleeding stands for blood loss from the vagina (including the vaginal wall) or uterus. Marking the beginning of a new reproductive cycle, normal vaginal bleeding (menstruation) takes place every 21-35 days.
    It is regarded abnormal if it takes place

    - Outside of your normal menstruation period
    - When you’re pregnant
    - After menopause
    - Menstrual flow is heavier or lighter than normal

    Common Causes of Unexpected Vaginal Bleeding:

    1. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
    If your body’s hormone production is out of balance, it brings about a disruption in the normal ovulation (monthly discharge of an egg) cycle, causing abnormal vaginal bleeding.

    2. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)
    Infection or inflammation of the female reproductive organs namely, uterus, ovaries or fallopian tubes as a result of sexually transmitted bacteria can lead to abnormal bleeding. The problem occurs when the bacterial infection spreads from the vagina into these parts of the reproductive system. More importantly, inflammation of these areas can also bring about vaginal bleeding particularly after sexual intercourse.

    3. Intrauterine Device (IUD)
    The use of Intrauterine Device (a birth control tool that is inserted into the uterus to prevent future pregnancy) can also cause vaginal bleeding like spotting (light bleeding between periods) or heavy periods.

    4. Medicines
    Any hormonal medications, containing Estrogen or Progesterone (eg: certain birth control pills), when taken irregularly or indiscriminately, may lead to hormonal imbalance, leading to abnormal bleeding.

    5. Early Pregnancy
    Another very important cause of abnormal bleeding in women of reproductive age group is - Pregnancy. Any abnormal pregnancy or early pregnancy with certain defects, can lead to abnormal bleeding even though you may not yet be aware of the pregnancy. Usually, it is the first condition to be investigated in a woman with abnormal uterine bleeding, in reproductive age group.

    Apart from these common causes, abnormal vaginal bleeding can also happen due to:

    6. Thyroid Disorders
    Changes in your menstrual cycle as a result of the hormonal imbalance brought on by an underactive thyroid gland (hypothyroidism) or an overactive thyroid (hyperthyroidism) can lead to irregular bleeding patterns.

    7. Uterine fibroids
    Abnormal growths in the uterus or on its surface can lead to unexpected vaginal bleeding (longer or heavier periods and bleeding between periods).

    8. Cancer of the reproductive organs
    Cancer of the uterus, ovaries, vagina or cervix is also known to be an uncommon cause of abnormal vaginal bleeding. The blood loss can take place after sexual intercourse or between one menstrual cycle and the next.

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  • FICMCH, Diploma In Laproscopic Surgery, Certified in Laparoscopy & Hysteroscopy, DNB (Obstetrics and Gynecology), MBBS
    1) eat at least 2 fruits & 3-4 servings of vegetables daily.
    2) take plenty of fluids & probiotics
    3) get a regular medical checkup, including pap's smear, ultrasound annually
    4) use effective contraception if not planning a pregnancy
    5) do kegel's exercises regularly
    6) exercise 30 min /day
    7) avoid harsh soaps or vaginal douching. Maintain good hygeine
    8) most important- accept & respect your body.
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    Dr. Subhash Jangid
    Dr Smita is self-motivated and committed to providing high quality care and ensuring patient satisfaction. She is a strong individual performer who enjoys learning and sharing of best practices in a team setting. She is very efficient, ethical and personable. I would highly recommend her, if somebody wants to seek the opinion of Gynaecologist in Gurgaon.
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