Dr. Madhuja Gopishyam - Gynecology in Ernakulam

Dr. Madhuja Gopishyam


  • Ernakulam, Kerala

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Dr Pratheesh's Solace Neurobehavioural Center

2nd floor, Cochin Dental clinic building Market road(Towards kombara junction, Kochi , Ernakulam , Kerala , India


  • Maternal Care/ Checkup
  • Well Woman Healthcheck
  • Infertility Evaluation / Treatment
  • Normal Vaginal Delivery (NVD)
  • Ovarian Cyst Removal
  • Gynaec Laparoscopy
  • Uterine Bleeding
  • Menstrual Disorders in Adolescent Girls
  • Complicated Pregnancy Treatment
  • Vaginal Prolapse
  • menopause advice
  • Pregnancy with PCOD
  • Pap Smear
  • Contraception Advice
  • PCOD/PCOS Treatment
  • Uterine Fibroid Treatment
  • Family Planning
  • Endometriosis Treatment
  • Vaginal Hysterectomy


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


  • Kasturba medical college, Mangalore, Manipal University, Karnataka - 2009 Graduated
  • Kerala University of Health Sciences (KUHS) - 2013 Graduated
  • World Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons (WALS) - 2017 Graduated
    Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery


10 Yoga Poses to Avoid During Your Pregnancy

Everyone knows that yoga has countless health benefits, so it makes sense that expecting moms would want to include this healthy activity in their lives. But there are a few yoga poses, like the headstand shoulder stand that should be avoided during pregnancy. Whether you are a yoga newbie or an expert, being pregnant means that your body is going through some major changes. Be careful with your yoga practice and learn which poses to avoid during pregnancy

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.

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.

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