Dr. Madhumita Patel - Gynecology in Delhi

Dr. Madhumita Patel

MBBS, DNB - Obstetrics & Gynecology, DGO

  • Delhi, Delhi
  • 1 Award

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Clinic Locations

City Speciality Clinic

B-192, Street Number 6, Chattarpur Enclave Phase 2 , Delhi , Delhi , India

Medeor Hospital

B-33- 34 , Delhi , Delhi , India


  • Gynaecological Endoscopy
  • Lactation Counselling
  • Laparoscopic Surgery
  • Laparoscopic Surgery (Obs & Gyn)
  • Laparoscopic Sterilization
  • Laparoscopy Hysterectomy
  • Pregnancy with PCOD
  • PCOD/PCOS Treatment
  • Pre-Marital Counselling
  • Pregnant Women Counseling
  • Diseases in Pregnancy
  • High-Risk Pregnancy Care
  • Post Pregnancy Classes
  • Pregnancy Exercise
  • Gynae Problems
  • Pap Smear
  • Obstetrics Problems
  • Obstetrics / Antenatal Care
  • Pre and Post Delivery Care
  • Natural Cycle IVF
  • Antenatal and Postnatal Exercise/ Physiotherapy


  • Gynecologist
  • Obstetrician
  • Laparoscopic Surgeon (Obs & Gyn)


  • Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal - 2006 Graduated
  • Batra hospital and research Institute,New Delhi - 2012 Graduated
    DNB - Obstetrics & Gynecology
  • Indore University, MP - 2008 Graduated




  • IAGE


  • AOGD


Fetal Heart Rate: What Is It and Why Do Doctors Check It?

A baby’s heartbeat, known as the fetal heart rate, a baby’s heartbeat is typically between 110 and 160 beats per minute during late pregnancy and labor. The fetal heart rate should be between 120 and 160 during the second trimester and may reach up to 180 beats in the third trimester. Your doctor may use internal or external devices to monitor the fetal heartbeat. Some examples include an ultrasound device, a monitor attached to the baby’s scalp, or even a special cardiograph.

What to Do If You Have Anemia in Pregnancy?

Pregnancy may have some effects on your body that can make you feel more tired than usual. Anemia is a very common condition that affects 1 in 2 pregnant women. If you get anemia during pregnancy, your body does not have enough healthy red blood cells to carry oxygen to your tissues and your baby. This can harm your health and is typically caused by iron-deficiency anemia. The body makes more blood during pregnancy to support the growth of your baby.

Exercise During Pregnancy: Is It Safe?

Women can and should be physically active during their pregnancy. So, if you think pregnant women cannot or may not be able to exercise, it is high time you know that is not true. According to the current Physical Activity Guidelines, regular physical activity will help you and your baby gain proper weight. It reduces back pain, leg cramps and bloating Helps in reducing the risk of gestational diabetes (diabetes during pregnancy) Reduce the Risk of Postpartum Depression

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