Handling Womens’ Woes

Handling Womens' Woes "Women are not an interest group. They are mothers and daughters, and sisters and wives. They are half of this country and they are perfectly capable of making their own choices about their health." Womens' woes are scary. Your friend might suggest a pill while your family will support home [...]

Handling Womens’ Woes2021-10-12T19:12:25+05:30

Covishielded or coronic?

Covishielded or coronic? I want to share my experience over the past two weeks. SARS COVID 19 is one of its kind. One ‘small little virus’ has literally shaken up the entire world, hasn’t it? The pandemic has so many different aspects to it that it is difficult to describe in words. It [...]

Covishielded or coronic?2021-05-03T22:22:07+05:30

Are you Cupverted?

Are you Cupverted? For most of us, a menstrual period is not the best time of the month. It usually begins with checking on our supply of sanitary pads, looking for comfortable clothing to get through the day and trying to remain calm despite the mood swings, which always tag along! Mentally deleting [...]

Are you Cupverted?2021-04-13T21:48:27+05:30

The Halo

“The Halo” Fifty years ago in any city or town in India, there would a handful of doctors, maybe specialists maybe not, whose clinics had long queues of patients. They would begin seeing patients in the wee hours of the day and continue seeing them all day long. Those were the days when [...]

The Halo2020-12-17T15:57:27+05:30

Gynaecologist or Obstetrician or Surgeon?

Gynaecologist or Obstetrician or Surgeon? Since my undergraduate days, I have always admired gynaecologists. I was very fortunate to have excellent OBGY teachers during MBBS and post graduation, and had made up my mind to specialise in OBGY during my final year of MBBS. Many people told me ‘gynaecology is too much work, [...]

Gynaecologist or Obstetrician or Surgeon?2020-12-17T16:04:47+05:30


Scrubs When a doctor says ‘surgery’ or ‘operation’, the first reaction of a patient to this word is usually apprehension. For a surgeon, however, it is routine. The operation theatre (OT), essentially just a room, is a place, which has different connotations to different people. For a patient, it is so daunting to [...]


The Breast Feeding Journey

The Breast Feeding Journey. How many new mothers have been stressed out about breast feeding? It probably wouldn’t be wrong to say almost all! I am a gynaecologist and laparoscopic surgeon, and mother of two children – a 2 ½-year-old toddler and a 4-month-old infant. I thought sharing my breastfeeding journey along with [...]

The Breast Feeding Journey2020-12-17T16:28:16+05:30

The PCOS Puzzle

The PCOS Puzzle No two days are the same for a doctor. Every morning when I sit in my OPD, I have no idea what’s in store for me. It’s like Pandora’s box! I meet so many different kinds of people. It’s incredible to see the wide range of problems that bring them [...]

The PCOS Puzzle2020-12-17T16:34:13+05:30
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