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Dr. Sangeeta Gupta

Gynaecologist, Delhi

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Dr. Sangeeta Gupta is a popular Gynaecologist in Najafgarh, Delhi. You can meet Dr. Sangeeta Gupta personally at New Heera Hospital in Najafgarh, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Sangeeta Gupta and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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If no heart beat of foetus is found What might be the symptoms if its like that. What symptoms can be observed in a pregnant lady at this time. Please explain.

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS
General Physician, Delhi
If no heart beat of foetus is found What might be the symptoms if its like that. What symptoms can be observed in a p...
It's called blighted ovum syndrome, means the nature has made preparation for the fetus to grow in the womb, fetus does get implanted, but there's no growth. It can be a detection at ultrasound done as routine at 12 weeks plus or woman presents with symptoms of miscarriage, like spotting, pain lower abdomen, may be passing few clots, in such a case every doctor would do ultrasound abdomen to make sure about heart beat and growth of fetus before starting treatment to retain pregnancy, if no heart beat is confirmed, treatment is a minor procedure called d and c followed by a cousin of antibiotics for a week.
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Had sex after 3 months of c section delivery. Noticed blood immediate next day. Can this be periods?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Had sex after 3 months of c section delivery. Noticed blood immediate next day. Can this be periods?
To clear your doubts get an ultrasound pelvis done to rule out any pathology and follow up with reports.
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Folic Acid For Pregnancy

MBBS, MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, Diploma In Reproductive Medicine
Gynaecologist, Nagpur
Folic Acid For Pregnancy

Folic acid should be taken 3 months preconceptionally and should be continues 3 months post conception.

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I am 34 years old woman with 27 weeks pregnancy. I have intense burning in my stomach from one and half month. I have consulted no of doctors but didn't get relief. Since I was pangastric so I am worried with is this burning because of gastritis?

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Ayurveda, Bangalore
I am 34 years old woman with 27 weeks pregnancy. I have intense burning in my stomach from one and half month. I have...
Hi, Yes it is because of gastritis. Avoid spicy food oil fried food, chats, namkeens, etc. Be on bland diet. Drink tender coconut water and fresh fruit juices daily. Take Himcocid syrup 2tsf 3 times a day before food. Eat in small quantities frequently. Avoid intake of coffee and tea.
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Meri wife ki age 24 years inka period irregular han hamari shadi ko 6 month ho gaye han but ye pregnant nahi ho rahi han ultrasound report bhi normal han doctor ne 21 days ka Ovagrace ka course karwaya tha but us se koi fark nahi hua pls suggest kare.

BASM, MD, MS (Counseling & Psychotherapy), MSc - Psychology, Certificate in Clinical psychology of children and Young People, Certificate in Psychological First Aid, Certificate in Positive Psychology, Positive Psychiatry and Mental Health
Psychologist, Palakkad
Meri wife ki age 24 years inka period irregular han hamari shadi ko 6 month ho gaye han but ye pregnant nahi ho rahi ...
Dear user. TO CAUSE PREGNANCY on a woman, sperm should be ejaculated inside the vagina or fresh sperm should be inseminated inside the vagina with some means during the fertility period of the woman. There are many determinants of pregnancy. You should be sexually matured. Your partner should be sexually matured. The period of your partner should be in the fertile stage. Her egg and your sperm cells should be healthy enough. Then her uterus should be capable to get conceived. If all these were satisfied, the pregnancy could be a result. Semen do not pass through clothes to make pregnancy. Sex during periods does not cause pregnancy. Usually precum do not contain any sperm cells. Period means disintegration of the uterus membrane which is meant to be for the child. Swallowing male sperm cannot cause pregnancy. Take care.
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Hello Doctor my last month period on April 28th. After am not getting period. And go to hospital take scan and tell they your pregnant but baby is not developed. So you come after one week we see that. So pls give me reply my baby is developed or not.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
Hello Doctor my last month period on April 28th. After am not getting period. And go to hospital take scan and tell t...
No your baby is not developed as per the reports. More than that without any details we cannot say. Beleive your doctor and follow the instructions given.
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M.Sc. in Dietetics and Food Service Management , Post Graduate Diploma In Computer Application, P.G.Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics , B.Sc.Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Poor Sleep and Your Digestive Health

DigestiveHealth_newRecent research suggests that people who sleep poorly are at a greater risk of severe poor health.

Poor sleep can trigger inflammation in your body including your digestive system. A study published in the Nutrition in Clinic Practice reported that inflammation is linked to major degenerative diseases.

A study published in the World Journal of Gastroenterology reported that poor sleep was associated with inflammation of the digestive tract in individuals with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). Poor sleeping habits was found to play a role in the seriousness of the disease.

Another study publised in the Digestive Disease and Sciences Journal found that Irritable Bowel Sydrome (IBS) symptoms was linked to a disturbance in sleep.

How much Sleep Do You Really Need?

The amount of sleep you need varies from person to person. A study published in the Sleep Health Journal recommends the following sleep duration:

Newborns should sleep between 14 and 17 hours.
infants should sleep between 12 and 15 hours.
toddlers should sleep between 11 and 14 hours.
Preschoolers should sleep between 10 and 13 hours,
School-aged children should sleep between 9 and 11. hours.
Teenagers should sleep between 8 to 10 hours.
Young adult and adults should sleep between 7 to 9 hours.
Older adults (65 years and above) should sleep between 7 to 8 hours.
Tips to Improve Your Sleep

It is important to consider sleep as a priority. Here are 5 tips to improve your sleep:

Practice going to bed and waking up at the same time every day, this will go a long way in restoring your natural sleep rhythm.
Make sure you have your last meal 3 hours before you go to bed
Ensure there is complete darkness in your room.
Avoid caffeine and alcohol before bedtime
Get rid of all anxiety and worry don’t take it to bed with you.
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Sibling Rivalry: What You Need To Know?

MPhil Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Sibling Rivalry: What You Need To Know?

Sibling rivalry

Well, what drew my interest to this topic was when I read on a social networking site, how few mothers are experiencing problems in raising siblings. Some siblings are quite lucky enough to become best friends. While the other few do experience some or the other problem with our sibling during the growing up process. Problems and tussles like this that we experience are technically termed as sibling rivalry.

Sibling rivalry is the jealousy, competition and fighting between brothers and sisters. It is a concern for almost all parents of two or more than two children. Sibling rivalry is a normal part of growing up in a family. It's important to be aware of how powerful sibling rivalry can become. If sibling rivalry becomes a persistent problem, it's worthwhile tackling it before it gets out of control.

Research shows that often, sibling rivalry starts even before the second child is born, and continues as the children grow and compete for everything from toys to attention. Some common reactions to a new baby includes -

  • Showing anger toward the baby (hitting, kicking, punching, biting) 
  • Asking for the baby to go back in mother's tummy or back to the hospital.
  • Demanding more attention when the parent is with the baby.
  • Some degree of emotional disturbance usually following the birth.

As parents, we say that we treat our children equally but, in reality, it is not possible to do so. If such kind of rivalry is not dealt in a proper manner, the fighting between brothers and sisters is filled with physical and psychological aggression which traumatizes them and can lead to depression, anxiety and anger.

Signs of sibling rivalry

  • Children under 9 years of age may show these signs:
  • Fighting (verbal or physical attack).
  • Demanding attention.
  • Frustration.
  • Regressive acts such as bed wetting, baby talk, temper tantrums etc.
  • Older children may show these signs:
  • Constant arguing.
  • Competing for friends, grades or in sports.
  • Taking out their frustration on objects, pets or other people.

It is not necessary to get perplexed with this situation. Believe it or not, sibling rivalry is a natural phenomenon. However, what is important to know what causes it. Let’s uncover few common causes of sibling rivalry.

  • Attention – this is far most the most important factor of conflict between siblings. Children are always yearning for parents love, affection and time. When there’s a new baby, it can be hard for the other child to accept losing his or her position as the center of attention. If your child is acting out and misbehaving, then he or she is doing so to get your attention as they’re feeling ignored.
  • Sharing – is one principle which we follow and have been following from ages. But giving up a toy or other favorite possession to a sibling can be especially hard on young children.
  • Comparison – no two siblings can be alike, even twins are not completely alike. Every child has his own set of personality, interest, aptitude and often as a parent knowingly or unknowingly we land up praising and appreciating one child and forget about the other. This leads to a state of comparison. Moreover, an age and gender difference also brings forth sibling fights.
  • Jealousy – comparison always results in a feeling of jealousy. Siblings start feeling jealous of each other. If mother is taking care of need of one child, the other child feels neglected and develops negative feeling for his/her brother or sister.
  • Proximity of age - if you have children who are close together in age, it could stimulate sibling rivalry. This is because you will have to give the children the same kind of attention. This makes it easier for them to compare the care you give to each, and find subtle differences.
  • Gender- a son may hate his sister because his father seems more gentle with her. On the other hand, a daughter may feel that her parents love her brother more as he has more freedom than her.

Any of the above mentioned causes can be found in one or the other sibling. However, there might be few who will be non-expressive kinds. They would be piling up with emotions deep down inside them but will never be upfront and expressive about it. In a situation like this try to unfold the non – verbal gestures of your child such as has your child staying aloof lately? is the child performing activity in solitary? is he/she is not coming up and sharing things with you as he/she was doing before?

Even though these things might sound as a process of growing up (as we commonly hear this from our own parents and grandparents), they might have some serious repercussion in the process of development. 

To begin with sibling rivalry affects how children perceive themselves. As seen the rivalry begins at the time of the second born, the older child feels sidelined because his new born sibling has a much higher level of parental attention and care. He starts to feel unloved and thinks his presence is no longer valued. The feelings can quickly develop into jealousy, which is not good for his/her, sense of self – identity and emotional growth.

Even though we consider rivalry as a part of growing up, and overlook it, it can develop violent behavior in siblings. For instance when one child hits the other with a ball, you would think they are playing, while in fact, they are fighting. If unattended, such conflicts can get out of hand and erupt into a war, with kids getting violent.

Your child’s ability to develop interpersonal relationships may get hampered. As the social skills of the child’s get questionable, nobody would like to interact with him/her and make friends. Without healthy social skills the child may start feeling isolated as his/her friends will start labeling him/her as a person who “bullies”.

If you are experiencing any of these with your children, then you would be curious to know the possible solutions for this condition. So here it goes, know I will not provide you with false assurance that sibling rivalry will never occur after following these solutions, as I mentioned before that it is a normal process of growing up. However, these solutions will help you tackle the situation and bring out the best out of your child.

At the first place, give sufficient time between the birthsof each child so as to avoid having more than one child needing the same kind of care and attention at one time. When the family is expecting a new baby, the parents should begin early to talk and to convince their older children as to how important the children’s help is going to be with the caring of their new baby brother or sister. The parents should also discuss the child’s considerable responsibilities as older brothers or sisters.

If you have a new born coming home involve the older sibling with the new born. You can involve the older child in getting ready to welcome the new born. Decorate the house; choose decoration articles with the help of the older child. Involve the older one with the needs of the younger one for example – let the older one pick clothes for the new born, take his/her help with bathing, dressing and feeding the new one to name a few as this would develop a sense of responsibility, development of positive feelings and care for the new one. This will also make the older child feel wanted and be a part of the young one’s need and yet again you are spending time as a family. Do not forget to appreciate the older sibling with the amount of efforts he/she is displaying as this acts like reinforcement and boost the child.

Now, conflicts are bound to occur, you cannot avoid it. Nevertheless, you can help your child handle conflicts in a positive manner. You can teach your child to manage the disagreement in a constructive manner. Emphasize and develop listening skills in your child – by listening to their sibling’s point of view or not engaging in name-calling -- will be in a much better frame of mind to settle disputes and move past fighting.

Make them understand the meaning of “family”. They need to understand that family is just like a team, a team which includes team members like mom, dad, brother and sister. And just like how cricketers are a team and they play for the team and not as an individual and cooperate with each other, similarly family members need to work together to have a loving and peaceful environment. Family respects each other’s feeling, desires and expectations. Any fight in the house affects the team or the family.

Sometimes parents unintentionally or intentionally leaves it on children. They believe that it is best to leave it on kids. But now it’s time to come forward and become a mediator. Hold both the kids responsible and do not favor any child, even when sometimes one is right and other is wrong. Sit down with the kids and each of you talk as team; let each child narrate his/her part of the story and emphasize where who went wrong. Do not impose them with your solutions – wait for them to come up with their own solutions. When the solutions will come from both the end, they would defiantly follow it.

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Hi, I am 27 weeks pregnant just wanted to know if tetanus injections important during pregnancy, I haven't taken any yet.

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
Hi, I am 27 weeks pregnant just wanted to know if tetanus injections important during pregnancy, I haven't taken any ...
Hello, yes it is necessary to take Tetanus injection during pregnancy.So go get injected by Tetanus vaccine.
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I have a problem of menstrual period. It happened everyday after that I feel very weak. What shall I do?

International Academy of Classical Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Pune
I have a problem of menstrual period.
It happened everyday after that I feel very weak.
What shall I do?
hi giv her arnic 3c liquid 3times days for 4days murex 12c 3tims day for 13 days china off 12c 3tims a days for 15 days helon 12c 2tims day for 10 days millefo 30 once a day for 5 days inform mr progress
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