Dr. Shashikala Ksheerasagar - Gynecology in Bangalore

Dr. Shashikala Ksheerasagar

MBBS, DGO, MRCOG(UK), Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine

GynecologyGynecology
  • Bangalore, Karnataka
  • 3 Awards

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Clinic Locations

Manipal Hospital, Millers Road

71/1, Vasanth Nagar , Bangalore , Karnataka , India

Services

  • High-Risk Pregnancy Care
  • Dysmenorrhea Treatment
  • Vagina Surgery
  • Hysterectomy (Abdominal/Vaginal)
  • Colposcopy Examination
  • Laparoscopic Surgery
  • Hysteroscopy

Specialization

  • Infertility Specialist
  • Gynecologist
  • Obstetrician

Education

  • Vijayanagara Institute of Medical Sciences (VIMS), Bellary - 1999 Graduated
    MBBS
  • Karnataka Institute of Medical Sciences, Hubli, (KIMS) - 2000 Graduated
    DGO
  • KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA - 2003 Graduated
    SAUDI COUNCIL fOR HEALTH SPECIALITIES EXAM
  • Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, London - 2008 Graduated
    MRCOG(UK)
  • BEST HOSPITAL, A V HOSPITAL, BANGALORE - 2009 Graduated
    FMIS
  • DAYA TRUST and BANGALORE HOSPITAL - 2009 Graduated
    VAST(VAGINAL SURGERY TRAINING)
  • Rajiv Gandhi University Of Health SciencesRajiv Gandhi University Of Health Sciences - 2016 Graduated
    Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine

Awards

  • 1) Awarded certificate of merit for excellent performance in Forensic medicine (july 1996,MBBS PHASE II)

  • 2) Certificate of appreciation from King Fahad Hospital as Best employee of month from OBG Department.

  • 3) Certificate of attendance from RCOG for facilitating the program of basic surgical skills program conducted by RCOG at SDM Medical College, Dharwad and at MS Ramaiah Medical College, Bangalore in 2015

Membership

  • Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists, London (RCOG)

Procedure

  • Surgical Abortion
  • Salpingectomy
  • In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
  • Hysterectomy
  • Intrauterine Insemination
  • Episiotomy
  • Tubectomy
  • Amniocentesis
  • Bartholin Cyst Excision
  • Adhesiolysis
  • Endometrial Biopsy
  • D&C (Dilation and Curettage)
  • Fertility Treatment
  • Cervical Cerclage
  • Hysteroscopy
  • Fibroadenoma Excision
  • Cervical Dilatation
  • Hysterotomy
  • Laparoscopic Myomectomy
  • Laparoscopic Ovarian Drilling
  • Normal Delivery
  • Myomectomy
  • Ovarian Cyst Removal
  • Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI)
  • Treatment of Cervical Cancer
  • Oophorectomy
  • Salpingo Oopherectomy
  • Ectopic Pregnancy Surgery
  • Mirena Insertion
  • Blastocyst Transfer
  • Egg Donation
  • Embryo Vitrification
  • Ovary Removal
  • Laser Assisted Hatching
  • Ovarian Drilling
  • Surrogacy
  • Medical Termination Of Pregnancy (Mtp)
  • Fibroid Removal
  • Polypectomy
  • Cesarean Delivery
  • Tubal Ligation

News

Postpartum Care: What You Need To Do During This Time?

After giving birth to the baby, and coming back to your home, the one and only thought that would twirl the mother’s mind would be about her baby. She would be thinking of ways to take care of her newborn, collecting all the information she needs to know, going through magazines and articles, and would be all ready to face her upcoming future. The first six weeks after childbirth are referred to as the postpartum phase. This is a happy time for all mothers, but it is also a time of adjustment and healing. You will bond with your baby and have a post-delivery visit with your doctor during these weeks.

Your Guide to Deal With Labor Pain During Childbirth

Your pregnancy will take a time span of around 9 months, that is, almost 36 to 40 weeks (about 9 months) or a little more. When your pregnancy period ends, you are most likely to experience labor pain and cramps related to labor in your back and abdomen as your body and thus the uterus is preparing for the birth of your baby and so you might also hurt your legs and thighs. Though labor pain and the period of delivery that involves a pain so intense, that makes you scream, moan, or even cry will last for just a few hours.

Vaginal Birth After C Section: Benefits And Risks

Today, more women than ever before are having cesarean deliveries, sometimes or more often known as C-sections, which is a medical operation that involves making an incision in the belly and uterus to deliver a baby. If you have previously had a cesarean delivery (C-section), it does not totally guarantee you will have to do it again; instead, you must determine whether to give birth vaginally or not. Many women who have previously had a C-section can surely have vaginal births or deliveries. They can have a vaginal birth after cesarean, known as planned Vaginal Birth After Caesarean (VBAC), or just opt for another c-section itself, known as Elective Repeat Caesarean Section (ERCS). There has not been a lot of data on the health risks and results related to VBAC to ERCS until recently.

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