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Dr. Deepti Gupta  - Gynaecologist, Delhi

Dr. Deepti Gupta

89 (43 ratings)
MBBS, MS-Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Gynaecologist, Delhi

15 Years Experience  ·  300 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Dr. Deepti Gupta 89% (43 ratings) MBBS, MS-Obstetrics & Gynaecology Gynaecologist, Delhi
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Dr. Deepti Gupta is a trusted Gynaecologist in Pitampura, Delhi. You can consult Dr. Deepti Gupta at Deepti Gupta Clinic in Pitampura, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Deepti Gupta on Lybrate.com.

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Education
MBBS - Bharti Vidyapeeth Medical College Pune - 2002
MS-Obstetrics & Gynaecology - Jawahar Lal Nehru Medical College Belgaum Karnataka - 2007
Languages spoken
English
Hindi
Awards and Recognitions
Presented Poster in All India Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Kochi Kerla
Attended All India Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Kochi Kerla
Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology India Vol 60 No 6
Professional Memberships
Delhi Medical Council
Indian Fertility Society
Federation of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India (FOGSI)
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Association of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists of Delhi (AOGD)

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Things Every Woman Should Know About Fertility!

MBBS, MS-Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Things Every Woman Should Know About Fertility!

Trying to get pregnant can go either ways for most couples that is it can be a breeze, or it can be a difficult process that ends up with lots of fertility clinic visits. While in some cases, the reasons for not being able to conceive may come down to male infertility, there are many cases where the reason may be female infertility too. In many other cases, both male and female infertility may be the cause.

Let us discuss female infertility in more details here.
When can it be called Infertility?

When a couple is not being able to conceive even after trying for a period of over a year, then a case can be made in favour of infertility. Infertility can result from females in at least one third of the cases, as per various medical studies. While the actual cause may be difficult to diagnose, there are many available treatments that one can use in order to fix the underlying issues.

When to Start Worrying? 

Female infertility comes with many symptoms, while the main symptom may be the inability to conceive, the other symptoms include excessively long menstrual cycles that show signs of slowing down only after 35 days or so, or even cycles that are too short where they appear within 21 days. Irregular and absent periods can point at the lack of ovulation which is the main sign of infertility. Other than that, there are no outward signs of infertility as such apart from pelvic pain and cramping or heavy bleeding during periods. If you are 30 years of age, or younger, then you may want to see a doctor regarding irregular and absent periods, or the lack of conception even after trying for a year. Also, if you are between 35 and 40 years of age, you can discuss the inability to conceive with your doctor, after efforts for six months. If you have been trying to conceive and you are over 40 years of age, then the doctor will put you through tests on an immediate basis.

The Requirements for Conception? 

In order to conceive, you will need to ovulate on a normal basis and have regular menstrual cycles as well as intercourse. Also, your fallopian tubes and uterus must be in normal working condition without any infections and other conditions.

Causes

There may be many causes for female infertility including ovarian faults like polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), hypothalamic dysfunction, premature ovarian insufficiency and excessive prolactin in the ovaries. Also, pelvic inflammation disorders that lead to damage of the fallopian tubes and other uterus related issues like endometriosis can lead to female infertility. Other causes of infertility include thyroid dysfunction, uterine anomalies. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Gynaecologist.

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Common Reasons Behind Postpartum Menstrual Pain!

MBBS, MS-Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Common Reasons Behind Postpartum Menstrual Pain!

Having a child is one of the best things that can happen to a woman. While giving birth to a child is a very happy scenario, something called ‘postpartum menstrual pain’ can act as a damper. Postpartum menstrual pain occurs during the first period post-delivery. To understand it in a better way, here is a detailed overview that should help you out:

Period after childbirth
Periods usually return after 7-8 weeks of the delivery, provided there is no breast feeding. If you breast feed, then the timing of the period can vary. In some cases, a woman misses out on her periods for the entire duration of breast feeding; whereas in others, the period returns irrespective of whether she is breast feeding or not.

Once the periods start post-delivery, tampons are recommended against. Women who are breastfeeding don’t usually have their periods due to hormonal changes in the body. Hormones that induce periods are suppressed by the hormones which are responsible for the production of breast milk. The entire process of ovulation gets suppressed, thus leading to the absence of menstruation.

Difference in periods
Once your periods begin after the delivery, it will be different from the ones you have had before childbirth. As the body adjusts to the menstruation process post childbirth, one generally experiences the following symptoms:

  1. Stronger cramps
  2. Heavy menstrual flow
  3. Formation of small blood clots
  4. Pain during periods

Postpartum menstrual pain happens because of the following reasons:

  1. Pain in the vagina: The childbirth process may lead to swelling and stinging in the vagina. Painful periods will persist till the swelling subsides.
  2. Contractions of the uterus: Post childbirth uterus contractions are common as it comes back to its regular size; this may be a source of the pain.
  3. Breast feeding: Breast feeding can also trigger menstrual pain as it results in the release of ‘oxytocin’, which causes contractions in the uterus.

This problem of painful periods doesn't last longer. If you wish to discuss any specific problem, you can consult a gynaecologist.

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Did You Know You Must Ask These Questions From Your Doctor?

MBBS, MS-Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Did You Know You Must Ask These Questions From Your Doctor?

There are many questions a woman may have in mind for her gynecologist but never asked them. Here are 15 such questions along with their solutions.

1. Does my vagina smell unpleasant?
You should shower it with water and gently wipe it with a wash cloth before any test. Applying perfume makes the smell even worse.

2. What to do in case the feet stink?
You should wear fresh and clean socks before going for the test and getting in the stirrup which is a metal device for convenience of gynaecological tests.

3. In case of a period, should I cancel my test appointment?
A gynaecologist is not afraid nor disgusted by blood as blood is a part of the specialist's profession. If you have heavy bleeding, you can call up the nurse for suggestions.

4. What if the doctor or nurse judges my body?
Your gynaecologist does not care about your body and is more concerned about your problems and how to solve them.

5. What if my legs are unshaved?
Your gynaecologist really does not care about your legs or underarms or any part of your body. Your problem is the only concern for the doctor.

6.What if my shaved hair looks ugly?
As stated before, the gynaecologist is only concerned about your problem and nothing else. Use a sharp razor to prevent bumps or ingrown hair.

7. What is the speculum?
It is a device used by your gynaecologist for opening your vagina in order to observe the cervix or look for infections on the vaginal wall.

8. Why do I urinate in my pants if I sneeze, laugh or cough?
This is a common phenomenon for women who have given birth and is easy to treat.

9. Is my vaginal discharge normal?
Having a small amount of white vaginal discharge is quite normal.

10. What does the gynaecologist check inside my vagina using hands?
The bimanual exam is done using the hands to detect problems in the uterus.

11. What if I do not like birth control means?
There are over 50 methods of birth control and many pills you can choose from.

12. Can I ask about my sexual problems?
Absolutely yes, as it is quite an important issue.

13. Can my partner or family accompany me to the test?
Yes, they can but during the time of the test, they should leave the room.

14. Can I discuss my relationship problems?
Your gynaecologist should know about any issue you are having.

15. If I am having forced sex, should I tell?
Such matters should be conveyed immediately.

You can ask your gynecologist any question, which bothers you, without fear. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Gynaecologist.

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I have to know that which size of follicle is need to get pregnant and how much endometrial lining thickness required to get conceive. When egg will release and duration of egg.

MBBS, MS-Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
I have to know that which size of follicle is need to get pregnant and how much endometrial lining thickness required...
17 to 20 mm should b d size of follicle and more than 7 mm shd b d endometrial thickening. If your cycles r regular and are of 28 to 30 days then normally egg releases on 13th or 14th day and it stays for 48 hrs.
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My wife is suffering from PCOD problem. She is getting treatment from Gynecologist in Jharkhand since 4 months. Nearly 10 tests have been done to diagnosis the exact problem like FSH, LH, TSH, Prolactin etc. And found results are within good limit. Still she is not ovulating due to multiple cysts around the ovary. She has been doing regular exercises, yoga etc. What is the chance for her ovulation. Please suggest.

MBBS, MS-Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
My wife is suffering from PCOD problem. She is getting treatment from Gynecologist in Jharkhand since 4 months. Nearl...
If all tests normal n she doing excercise regularly then she also need to take care of her diet. No junk food. No oily food. No sweets and also consult d doctor to start appropiate treatment.
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