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Dr. Jaideep Malhotra  - IVF Specialist, Delhi

Dr. Jaideep Malhotra

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MBBS, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology

IVF Specialist, Delhi

34 Years Experience  ·  500 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Dr. Jaideep Malhotra 87% (10 ratings) MBBS, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology IVF Specialist, Delhi
34 Years Experience  ·  500 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
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Dr. Jaideep Malhotra, based in Delhi is an obstetrician, gynaecologist and an infertility specialist who specializes in artificial insemination, pre and post delivery care, IUD placement, IVF and ET (In-vitro fertilization and Embryo Transfer), evaluation and treatment for infertility and maternal fetal medicines. Dr. Jaideep Malhotra is also an expert in handling critical infertility conditions such as IUI or intra uterine injection, surrogacy and intra clyptoplasmic sperm injection, and ovarian stimulation. According to her own patients, she is a caring person who offers a proper pregnancy guide for all her patients who are treated for infertility and are taking help of assisted reproductive methods to get pregnant. Dr. Jaideep Malhotra completed her MBBS from AMU Institute of Ophthalmology in Aligarh in 1983. In the year 1986, she finished her MD in Obstetrics and Gynaecology from the same institute. From 1986 to 2013, she served as a consultant in IVF unit in Malhotra Nursing Home. Now, she is the head consultant at IVF Unit at Global Rainbow Healthcare in Agra. Dr. Malhotra has a number of prestigious awards in her kitty, she has been recognized for her astounding work of delivering first 100 IVF babies of Nepal and first test tube baby of Nepal and UP. Dr. Malhotra has also been awarded with Indumati Zhaveri and Jgdeshwari Mishra Award. She is a member of IMA or Indian Medical Association, MCI or Medical Council of India and FOGSI or Federation of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India. If you want make an appointment with the doctor, you can always drop in at Rainbow IVF near Model Town in Delhi.

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Education
MBBS - AMU - 1983
MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology - AMU - 1986
Languages spoken
English
Hindi
Awards and Recognitions
Honored by Nepal Prime Minister for first 100 IVF babies of Nepal & First Test Tube baby of Nepal and U.P
Indumati Zhaveri Award
Outstanding Achievement Award
Professional Memberships
Medical Council of India (MCI)
Indian Medical Association (IMA)
Federation of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India (FOGSI)
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Asia Pacific Initiative for Reproductive Endocrinology(ASPIRE)
Indian Menopause Society (IMS)

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Decrease In Amniotic Fluid - Know The Reasons Behind It!

MBBS, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology
IVF Specialist, Delhi
Decrease In Amniotic Fluid - Know The Reasons Behind It!

Are you aware of the condition known as oligohydramnios during pregnancy, in which there is too less amniotic fluid? The amniotic fluid is an important part of your baby’s support system. It helps in protecting your baby and in the development of lungs, muscles, limbs, and the digestive system. The amount of this fluid can be measured via several methods. amniotic fluid index (AFI) evaluation is commonly used for measurement. When the results show a fluid level less than five centimeters, you need to diagnose yourself for oligohydramnios.

Causes
There are several causes, which may lead to low amniotic fluid levels in your body. They are as follows:

  1. Birth defectsIssues in proper development of the urinary tract or the kidneys lead to decreased urine production, which in turn results in decreased amniotic fluid levels.
  2. Placental problems: When your placenta does not provide sufficient supply of blood and nutrients to the baby, it may not recycle the fluid anymore.
  3. Leaking of membranes: A tear in the membrane may cause a slow trickling of fluid, or a rapid gush of fluid. The premature rupture of membranes (PROM) also leads to low levels of amniotic fluid.
  4. Post date pregnancy: Low amniotic fluid levels may occur during a post date pregnancy. It is a form of pregnancy that lasts for 42 weeks.
  5. Maternal complications: Several factors like hypertension, maternal dehydration, diabetes, and chronic hypoxia may lead to decreased levels of amniotic fluid levels during pregnancy.

Treatment
The treatment for low amniotic fluid level depends on your gestational age. In case you are not full term, you will be closely monitored and your fluid levels will be observed. Non-stress and contraction stress tests may be conducted for monitoring the activities of your baby. If you are almost near full term, delivery is recommended by most health practitioners, in case of low amniotic fluid levels.

Other treatment methods that are used include the following:

  1. Amino infusion during labor via an intrauterine catheter is carried out. The added fluids help with the umbilical cord padding during delivery. It also helps in lowering the chances of a Cesarean delivery.
  2. The injection of amniotic fluid before delivery via amniocentesis is also undertaken. It is likely for the oligohydramnios to reoccur within one week after this treatment procedure, but it helps doctors to visualize your fetal anatomy and diagnose the condition.

Maternal rehydration using oral fluids and IV fluids also helps in increasing the amniotic fluid levels. It is important for you to consult a doctor for proper diagnosis so that the most ideal treatment can be prescribed to you.

Early Puberty - Ways To Help Your Child Deal With It!

MBBS, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology
IVF Specialist, Delhi
Early Puberty - Ways To Help Your Child Deal With It!

In case that your child is physically and sexually developing sooner than usual, it can be a testing time for them. This is usually associated with early puberty. Usually, children are very confused about the changes that their bodies  go through. What is worse is when they are hurt by the comments from other school kids, who usually insult any individual who is even slightly different. With early puberty, your kid will most likely grow faster than a lot of his or her friends and hint at puberty, for example, the formation of body hair and body odour.

To make the child feel better, parents can be of a lot of help. Along with speaking with them about early puberty with your kid, you can offer ways to deal with stress that support their self-esteem, particularly with bullies in the school. These techniques may offer help:

  1. Instill them with a lot of information about puberty and how it is a natural process. One approach to help a child’s self-esteem while managing healthy puberty is to clarify the circumstance decently well. You may use a book about puberty with illustrations, one intended for your child’s age and mental stage of development.
  2. Show them how to manage the bullying in school. Reacting to bullying and teasing is not specifically related to early puberty. It applies to a huge variety of circumstances when other kids either target or single out one kid for ridiculing them. Essential steps for parents and guardians include:
    • Focusing on the significance of searching out a teacher or other grown-up if any bullying is taking place.
    • Try to tell the child to educate his or her friends about the bullying so they can help him or her out in overcoming the same.
    • Role playing circumstances that the child is gone up against and help create reactions that help him or her get over it.
  3. Know your child’s friends. As a parent, you can create your child’s group of friends and ensure it remains an adoring, tolerating one. Ensuring you remain associated with the social situations and, most important, the built up friendship circles with the parents of other children.
  4. Look for outside support. At the point when a child is experiencing early puberty, one thing that helps them is talking with different guardians or adults in a similar circumstance.

Early puberty is a very confusing time for all children, and when that procedure goes on for quite a long while sooner than it was supposed to, especially when children's companions are not experiencing it yet, it can be very overpowering. Therefore, the child should be very well educated in this area and should get proper support from everyone. This includes parents, teachers, guardians as well as their friends. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can ask a free question.

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Breast Cancer Screening - Ways It Can Be Done!

MBBS, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology
IVF Specialist, Delhi
Breast Cancer Screening - Ways It Can Be Done!

Breast cancer is usually genetic in nature and it may affect women whose mother or grandmother may have suffered from the disease. This disease may start from the inner portion of the milk duct, in which case it is called ductal carcinoma. In case the cancer initiated through the lobules, it is called lobular carcinoma. In order to find the existence of the disease on a timely basis, it is imperative to get regular screening done. This can also prevent the disease and its spread. Read on to find out more about symptoms and breast cancer screening methods.

Symptoms
There are many symptoms of breast cancer, which can point at the existence of the same. Therefore, it is imperative to be vigilant and take note of such changes and symptoms so that the disease may be tackled on time. Persistent and unexplained pain in and around the breasts is one of the major symptoms that one should not ignore. Also, dimpling and the formation of new lumps under the armpits are other changes that should be reported to the doctor for more advanced screening. Further, irritation and redness in the area which does not go away after the onset of periods and remains for many weeks, should be checked. Bleeding, swelling and pulling of the nipple area can also point at the existence of breast cancer.

How screeing can be done?

Physical examination
The doctor will, first of all, carry out a physical examination. This is due to the fact that breast cancer is not a mere existence of the lump. The various changes in the breasts as discussed above, especially dimpling of the breasts and pulling of the nipples, can point at the beginning of the disease, which must be tackled so as to prevent the full-fledged onset of the same. During this kind of clinical breast exam, the doctor will also show the patient how to conduct the test on her own every few weeks.

Mammogram
This is essentially an X-Ray of the breasts and is usually carried out for women who have been facing consistent symptoms or even for those who are going through menopause. This kind of a test should not be done too frequently as it can expose the patient to the risk of breast cancer, in case she does not already have the problem. This test is usually carried out with the help of a mammogram machine that will give a reading once the breasts are placed on the metal plates.

Breast MRI
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) test seeks to create pictures of the area of the body in question with the help of radio waves. This is usually conducted for those patients who already run a high risk of breast cancer due to a family history of the same. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an IVF Specialist.

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