Dr. Manali Ambegaonkar - Gynecology in Pune

Dr. Manali Ambegaonkar

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics & Gynaecology

  • Pune, Maharashtra

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Hira plaza,beside pavana sahakari bank, pune nashik highway,bhosari , Pune , Maharashtra , India


  • Gynecologist
  • Obstetrician
  • Reproductive Medicine and Infertility


  • Government Medical College, Aurangabad Maharashtra - 2007 Graduated
  • College of physicians and Surgeons Mumbai - 2012 Graduated
    Diploma in Gynaecology & Obstetrics
  • USAIM (University of Seychelles,American Institute of Medicine) - 2014 Graduated
    MS - Obstetrics & Gynaecology


  • Federation of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India (FOGSI)

  • Maharastra Medical Council

  • Indian Association of Gynaecological Endoscopist (IAGE)

  • indian college of obstetrics and gynaecology


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

What Do You Need To Know About Labor And Delivery Process?

You have been waiting nine months to meet your baby. Your due date is approaching, and you may be both excited and anxious about the big day. As you prepare for the start of labor and delivery, it is good to know what to expect. This can help you focus on enjoying this time with your infant. Broadly, the process of labor and delivery falls into three stages.

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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