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Spandan Advance Reproductive Centre

Gynaecologist, IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) Specialist, Obstetrician
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Our medical care facility offers treatments from the best doctors in the field of Gynecologist . By combining excellent care with a state-of-the-art facility we strive to provide you with quality health care. We thank you for your interest in our services and the trust you have placed in us.

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Spandan Advance Reproductive Centre is known for housing experienced s. Dr. Veena G. Shinde, a well-reputed Gynaecologist, IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) Specialist, Obstetrician , practices in Goregaon Link Road, Jogeshwari West Mumbai. Visit this medical health centre for s recommended by 93 patients.

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Clinic Address
C/o Spandan Advance Reproductive Centre,Vaibhav Palace, B Wing Unit No 2, Jogeshwari
Goregaon Link Road, Jogeshwari West Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400102
Details for Dr. Veena G. Shinde
Mumbai University
CPS Mumbai
Topiwala National Medical College and Nair Hospital,Mumbai
MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology
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Warwick University, UK
PG in Assisted Reproductive Technology
Past Experience
Consultant at BSES MG Hospital Andheri Mumbai
  • MBBS, DGO, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, PG in Assisted Reproductive Technology
    Gynaecologist, IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) Specialist, Obstetrician
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  • PG in Assisted Reproductive Technology, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, DGO, MBBS
    A miscarriage, though heart wrenching, does not imply the end of the world. Unless the miscarriage is an outcome of a serious health complication, there is nothing to lose heart. In fact, many women have had successful pregnancies even after a miscarriage. Barring a few exceptions, a miscarriage during the first pregnancy reduces the chance of a miscarriage during subsequent pregnancies significantly. However, it is best to get your doubts and apprehensions cleared before you try to conceive again. An experienced gynaecologist can assist and guide you better throughout the process.

    1. A lot of couples wonder about the right time to conceive after a miscarriage. Do not rush into things. Miscarriage can drain out a couple physically, mentally and emotionally. Give your mind and body some time to cope with the loss. Your decision to embrace parenthood should not be influenced by any undue and baseless pressure. Patience and perseverance will make the subsequent pregnancies less stressful. To avoid complications in your next pregnancy, it is best to wait 6 months to 1 year after a miscarriage.

    2. Do not indulge in sexual intercourse immediately after a miscarriage. This might result in immense pain and vaginal infections. If you experience any discomfort, share it with your partner and the physician concerned. Getting pregnant immediately after a miscarriage will do both the mother and the foetus no good.

    3. In case of two or more miscarriages, getting to the underlying cause becomes very important. Medical conditions such as diabetes, thyroid problems (hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism), obesity, chromosomal aberrations or infertility often interferes with pregnancy. With timely medical intervention, it is possible to have a healthy and safe pregnancy. To minimise the chances of a miscarriage, pregnant women are given prenatal vitamins (folic acid in particular).

    4. A pregnant lady should eat healthy and live healthy. The goodness of fruits and vegetables need no special mention. Regular consumption of fresh vegetables and fruits can do the mother and the developing foetus, a world of good. A healthy diet can lower the instances of a miscarriage greatly.

    5. Stress and anxiety are a big no during pregnancy. Relax and try to be happy as much as possible. Go for small walks, read books, listen to music. Proper and sound sleep is extremely important. One can also indulge in light exercise. However, to be on a safer side, exercise under an expert supervision. If you have been to drinking and smoking, quit the unhealthy habits at the earliest.

    A miscarriage should not push you into a state of depression. You can still have a normal pregnancy. Know your body well. Take the decision wisely only after a proper consultation with your physician.
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  • PG in Assisted Reproductive Technology, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, DGO, MBBS
    The cancer of the ovaries is known as ovarian cancer. In women there are two ovaries present on each side of the uterus. These ovaries are as big as an almond in size and produce egg also known as ova. They also secrete the hormones progesterone and estrogen.

    Ovarian cancer goes undetected until it spreads to the abdomen and pelvis. When detected at this stage then it might be fatal and the treatment gets difficult. An early stage ovarian cancer where the cancer is restricted in the ovaries is much easier to treat with high success rates.

    Risk Factors of Ovarian Cancer

    1. Age - With increasing age the risk of ovarian cancer is higher and is more common in women who are 60 and above. It is less common in women below 40 years of age and develops often after menopause.
    Obesity Women who have a body mass index of 30 are at a risk of developing ovarian cancer.

    2. History of Reproduction - It is believed that women who conceive before 26 and carry the full term have a lower risk of ovarian cancer. However, the risk is higher in those women who get pregnant after 35 or who do not have a full term pregnancy. Also, breastfeeding the baby lowers the risk.

    3. Gene Mutation - Inherited gene mutation causes some percentage of ovarian cancer. These genes are called breast cancer genes 1 and 2 (BRCA1 and BRCA2). These were initially found in cases with breast cancer but also pose great risk for ovarian cancer. Also, gene mutation leading to Lynch syndrome plays an important role in increasing the risk of ovarian cancer.

    4. Family History - If a woman's mother, sister or daughter is suffering from ovarian cancer then she is at a higher risk of developing the same. The risk also increases if someone from the father’s side also has ovarian cancer.

    5. Fertility Drugs - Drugs like clomiphene citrate, if used for more than a year can increase the risk of the cancer. The risk is even higher if a woman taking the drug does not get pregnant.

    6. Hormone Therapy and Estrogen Therapy - Long term use and large doses of estrogen can cause an increased risk. However, if estrogen is used in combination with progesterone then the risk is less.

    7. Age of menstruation and menopause - If menstruation starts before 12 and menopause occurs before 52 then there is a higher risk of getting the cancer.

    8. Diet - A low fat vegetarian diet has less risk of the disease. Fresh fruit and vegetables should be included in diet along with pulses, rice, pasta, beans, cereals and breads.
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  • PG in Assisted Reproductive Technology, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, DGO, MBBS
    Take hpv vaccine before intercourse. There are 3 doses to be taken in 6 months. It can protect you from cervical cancer.
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