Dr. Sheela Chhabra
DNB Ob/Gy. (Mumbai), DGO (Gold Medalist)
Fellow Laparoscopic Gynecology, Lilavati Hospital, Mumbai
Obstetrician & Laparoscopic Gynecologist in Indore, Dr. Sheela Chhabra is a renowned Laparoscopic Gynecologist in Indore & high-risk pregnancy specialist and also dealing with Infertility, which speaks about the volume of knowledge she possesses. She is one of the well-known female specialists in Indore with expertise to treat patients by Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS - Laparoscopy). Dr. Sheela Chabbra has also worked in Lilavati Hospital & Jaslok Hospital ( Mumbai). She has ample experience which has enabled her o handle complicated, high-risk pregnancy and Gyanec patients. Apart from the treatment she also provides "counseling to parents".
We know that women have individual needs and concerns. Our gynecologist Dr. Sheela Chhabra and her staff strive to offer personalized care to each patient while maintaining the level of respect women deserve. We provide a highly skilled approach to obstetrical services and gynecological procedures. Dr. Sheela is one of the most experienced gynecologists and laparoscopy surgeons in Indore you can trust to provide you with the best care available whether you’re having a baby or require high-quality routine gynecological care.
Laparoscopic & Minimal Access Surgery Fellowship under Dr. M.Lakdawala, Mumbai in Aug 2008.
1. DNB (Obstetrics & Gynecology) from Lilavati Hospital & Research Centre, Mumbai between Feb 2006 and May 2008 & passed both Theory & Practical Examination in First Attempt.
2. DGO (Obstetrics & Gynecology) from Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College & Maharaja Yashwantrao Group of Hospitals, affiliated with Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore in May 2004 in first attempt & Gold Medalist of the batch.
M.B.B.S. from Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College & Maharaja Yashwantrao Group of Hospitals, Indore.
– joined first professional in Sept 1996.
– passed final professional in March 2001.
– passed all exams in first attempt & completed the internship in March 2002.
- Consultant Obstetrician & Laparoscopic Gynecologist at Haria LG Rotary Hospital, Vapi, Gujarat, from Sept 2008 to Jan 2010.
- Registrar, Dept of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Dr. R.N. Cooper Municipal Hospital, (a Peripheral hospital under KEM Medical College, Mumbai) Mumbai, from June to July 2008.
- Registrar, Dept of Obstetrics & Gynecology,M.G.M. Hospital, Parel, Mumbai from Apr to Oct 2005.
- Registrar, Dept of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Jehangir Hospital, Pune. (An Apollo Group of Hospitals Undertaking) from July 2004 to Jan 2005.
- Was the Board Topper in the subjects Biology & Chemistry in Class XII.
- Actively participated in National Pulse Polio Eradication Programme, under the aegis of the Dept. of Community Medicine, M. G. M. Medical College, Indore.
- In Pulse 1998, organized by AIIMS, New Delhi, participated in cultural activities like plays, skits & won many prizes at National Level & my team was declared as Best Cultural
Frequently Asked Questions
Most women ovulate about 14 days into their menstrual cycles (if you count the first day of your period as day one), according to Sharifa Menon, M.D., F.A.C.O.G, an OB-GYN at Westchester Medical Center, the flagship of the Westchester Medical Center Health Network (WMC Health). For a very rough estimate, subtract 14 from the date you expect your next period to begin.
- Regular check-ups
- Check baby movements properly
- Don't do heavy exercise, weight lifting or travelling
- Do yoga and pregnancy related activities
- Practice right breathing techniques
- 10 min walk regularly in fresh air
- Maintain a healthy diet (avoid spicy and oily food)
- Drink plenty of water
- Faster recovery
- less blood loss
- high success rate
- smaller scars
Thyroid makes hormones that help your body work. If it makes too little or too much of these hormones, you may have problems during pregnancy too.
Untreated thyroid conditions during pregnancy are linked to serious problems.
If the condition is treated during pregnancy with proper care and guidance you can have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby.
- Preconceptional consultation with an expert gynaecologist & detailed evaluation of a couple
- Preconceptional vitamins
- healthy lifestyle
- control medical conditions like HT, DM & Thyroid
- Regular Antenatal care
- Healthy Diet & Life Style
- Emotional Detox
- Love and Accept Yourself & Your Partner
- Safe Sex
Calcium is one of the key minerals you need during pregnancy—along with other vitamins and minerals, your body provides it to your baby to aid the development of vital structures like the skeleton.
Needs vary by age and too much and too little calcium can cause complications.