Dr. Mamta Sahu - Gynecology in Noida

Dr. Mamta Sahu


  • Noida, Uttar Pradesh
  • 1 Award

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Clinic Locations

Dr Mamta Sahu Clinic

A-102 , Noida , Uttar Pradesh , India

Fortis Hospital Noida

B-22, Gautam Buddh Nagar , Noida , Uttar Pradesh , India

Manglam Clinic

Shop No-9, Prateek Walk, Prateek Wisteria,Sector 77 , Noida , Uttar Pradesh , India

Dr Mamta Sahu Clinic

Shop Number 9, Prateek Walk at Prateek Wisteria , Noida , Uttar Pradesh , India


  • Obstetrics / Antenatal Care
  • High-Risk Pregnancy Care
  • Gynae Problems
  • Laparoscopic Surgery (Obs & Gyn)
  • family planning and full contraceptive services
  • Menstrual Disorders in Adolescent Girls
  • menopause advice
  • Infertility Evaluation / Treatment
  • Cosmetic labiaplasty
  • Hymenoplasty
  • G-Spot Amplification
  • Vaginal Rejuvenation
  • Labiaplasty
  • Obstetrics Problems
  • Child Birth Education
  • Diseases in Pregnancy
  • Pregnancy Exercise
  • Maternal Care/ Checkup


  • L.P.S Institute of Cardiology, G.S.V.M Medical College, Kanpur - 1995 Graduated
  • Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi - 1998 Graduated

Work & Experience

  • Moolchand Hospital
    Senior Registrar
  • ESI Hospital
    Senior Registrar
  • Mangalam Obstetrician and Gynaecologist Clinic


  • Winner of Vijya Patil Prize Medal (MRCOG, London)


  • Post Graduate Diploma in Sonography ( Ultrasound)

  • Member of Royal college of Obstetrician and Gynaecologist

  • Member of FOGSI


  • Hysterectomy
  • Oophorectomy
  • Treatment of Cervical Cancer
  • Salpingo Oopherectomy
  • Ovary Removal


Doctor, Doula, Midwife: Who is Right For You?

Many of you here might be expecting a baby, and when you are doing so, you know there are a lot of decisions you have to make. One of those is to choose the type of care provider you need for prenatal care and during your delivery. It depends on you whether you want to choose an obstetrician, doctor, doula, or certified midwife.

Am I In Labor? What To Know During Labor

You may have heard a lot about what to expect when labor begins, but every woman and her labor is different. There is no single sign that means you are starting labor. You might have some, or all these signs, or none of them at all. If you start to have these signs, read “Am I in labor?” for more information about what to do next. You have made it to the point where you are ready to have your baby and are wondering how

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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