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Dr. Shalini Singh
Dr. Shalini Singh
Dr. Shalini Singh is an eminent Obstetrician, Gynecologist and Infertility specialist practicing in Delhi for more than a decade. She was trained at the prestigious World Laparoscopic Hospital, Gurgaon and holds an MBBS and MS degree. She has over 20 years of accredited, clinically oriented medical experience, focused on reproductive health care and ambulatory primary health care for women, including health maintenance, disease prevention, diagnosis, treatment, consultation, and referral. She possess required additional training as maternal fetal medicine specialists and is prepared to care for, and to consult on, patients with high risk pregnancies and is capable of managing complex problems related to reproductive endocrinology and infertility. Among her work experiences are many reputed institutes as Fortis Noida, Apollo, and VPS Rockland Hospital, New Delhi.
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Our Healthcare services
Consultation, Treatment and Recovery
Female Health Checkup
High Risk Pregnancy
Laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy
Adolescent Health Care
Gestational Diabetes Management
Breast Cancer Screenings
Cervical Cancer screenings
Pelvic Pain Evaluations
Urinary Incontinence Treatment
Mommy & Me The Family Clinic
Mommy & Me, The Mother and Child clinic, was established in 2019 and is equipped for Obstetrics and Gynecology consultation, medicine, including surgery, management of the care of pregnant women, gynecologic care, oncology, and primary health care for women, also offering complete paediatric consultation. This clinic came to be known as a centre for Obstetrics and Gynaecology in New Delhi. The Gynecology Clinic provides the services as Complete gynecologic exams, Breast exams, STD screening and treatment for female patients, Pap smears, Contraceptive methods, Menopausal issues, Premenstrual Syndrome issues, Screening for hyperlipidemia,Thyroid disorders and other important and common conditions in females like PCOD consultation, Obesity, Vaccination against Cervical cancer and more. Patient education related to achieving a wellness lifestyle nutrition, and sexuality issues, Diagnosis and treatment of urinary tract infections and Pregnancy Testing and Counseling.
Frequently asked questions
What is the correct age for menopause? What Are the Early and Later Signs and Symptoms of Menopause?
The average age of women at the time of menopause is 51 years. The most common age range at which women experience menopause is 48-55 years. Menopause is more likely to occur at a slightly earlier age in women who smoke, have never been pregnant, or live at high altitudes. Premature menopause is defined as menopause occurring in a woman younger than 40 years. About 1% of women experience premature, or early menopause, which can be caused by premature ovarian failure or cancer. The hormonal changes associated with menopause actually begin prior to the last menstrual period, during a 3 to 5 year period sometimes referred to as perimenopause. During this transition, women may begin to experience menopausal symptoms even though they are still menstruating. Hot flashes, Urinary incontinence, Vaginal changes, Breast changes, Thinning of the skin, Bone loss and Weight gain are major symptoms of Menopause. Consult Dr. Shalini Singh, a phenomenal Gynecologist and Obstetrician in New Delhi for maintaining overall health, Book an online appointment for in clinic or online consultation with icareheal.
How do cervical cancer screenings work?
Cervical screening is a way of preventing cancer. It tests for a virus called human papillomavirus (HPV). High risk HPV can cause cervical cells to become abnormal. Virtually all cases of cervical cancer are linked to high risk HPV. The cervix is part of the female reproductive system. It is the lowest part of the womb and is at the top of the vagina. A nurse takes a sample of cells from the cervix using a small soft brush (smear test) and sends the sample to the laboratory. It is advised for all reproductively active females to undergo Cervical Cancer screening, Book an appointment for Dr. Shalini Singh, a leading and reputed Gynaecologist in New Delhi for better health care advise and doubts about the procedures undertaken at the clinic. Book an appointment for in clinic or video consultation on icareheal website or download the app on your smartphones.
What is first line treatment for gestational diabetes or GDM?
Pregnant women without known diabetes mellitus should be screened for GDM after 24 weeks of gestation. Treatment of GDM results in a statistically significant decrease in the incidence of preeclampsia, shoulder dystocia, and macrosomia. Initial management includes glucose monitoring and lifestyle modifications. If glucose levels remain above target values, pharmacologic therapy with metformin, glyburide, or insulin should begin. Antenatal testing is customary for women requiring medications. Induction of labor should not occur before 39 weeks in women with GDM, unless glycemic control is poor or another indication for delivery is present. Women with a history of GDM are at high risk of subsequently developing diabetes. These patients should be screened six to 12 weeks postpartum for persistently abnormal glucose metabolism, and should undergo screening for diabetes every three years thereafter. Consult, Dr. Shalini Singh for pre and post GDM screening and care, Book an online appointment for easy video consultation or in clinic consultation on icareheal app from preferred available slots.
What is Endometrial biopsy? What does an endometrial biopsy test for?
Endometrial biopsy is to take a small tissue sample from the lining of the uterus (endometrium) for study. The endometrial tissue is viewed under a microscope to look for abnormal cells and the healthcare provider can also check the effects of hormones on the endometrium. It is suggest an endometrial biopsy if you have Abnormal menstrual bleeding, Bleeding after menopause, Absence of uterine bleeding, Biopsy results may show cell changes linked to hormone levels, or abnormal tissues, such as fibroids or polyps. These can lead to abnormal bleeding. Your provider can also use endometrial biopsy to check for uterine infections, such as endometritis. Consult Dr. Shalini Singh, an experienced medicos to get detailed explanation about the procedure and to ask questions or doubts if any. Book an online appointment for in person consultation or video consultation by simply downloading the icareheal app on your smartphones.
What is the best way to screen ourselves for Breast Cancer?
Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers in women. Women more than 20 years of age should know the signs of breast cancer and the best ways to find it early. The warning signs of breast cancer should be reported to your doctor like any new lump in the breast, a dimple or puckering in the skin or a change in color, change in the size or shape of the breast, a discharge from the nipple, especially if the fluid comes out by itself or is bloody. Regular breast self exam can be performed by standing in front of a mirror. Look at your breasts with your hands above your head, with your arms down at your side and your chest muscles flexed. Look for any changes in the skin or size of your breasts. Next, feel each breast while standing in the shower. Raise one arm and use soapy fingers of the other hand to feel your breasts. Use your fingertips to feel all of the breast tissue and the areas under your arms. After your shower, feel each breast while lying down on a bed with a pillow under your shoulder. One arm should be raised over your head, and the other arm should reach across to feel the entire breast. Finding a change in your breast can be scary, but most breast changes are not cancer. Many women have painful swelling in their breasts at the time of their menstrual periods. It is important to do your breast self exam a few days after the end of your period when this swelling has gone away. Consult Dr. Shalini Singh, best Obstetrician Gynecologist in New Delhi to find breast cancer early and to get regular mammograms. Book an easy online appointment for in clinic or online consultation with icareheal.
What is difference PCOD and PCOS?
Some females might be confused whether PCOD and PCOS are the same or different from each other. Both the medical conditions are associated with ovaries and hormonal imbalance in women during their reproductive age between 12 and 51 years and depicts the same symptoms. However, PCOD is a condition in which ovaries produce many immature or partially mature eggs, this happen due to poor lifestyle, obesity, stress and hormonal imbalance. PCOS is a metabolic disorder and more severe form of PCOD can lead to anovulation where ovaries stop releasing eggs. PCOD does not affect fertility in women, in this condition woman still can ovulate and become pregnant with little help, following medication can complete pregnancy. PCOS seriously affects fertility in women. Due to PCOS woman cannot ovulate regularly, making them hard to get pregnant. If become pregnant, there is a risk of miscarriage, premature birth or complications in their pregnancy. Also, PCOD doesn't have any serious complications, but PCOS have serious complications such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, high-blood pressure and endometrial cancer in later stage. Consult, Dr. Shalini Singh, leading Obstetrician Gynecologist in New Delhi, for appropriate diagnosis and careful treatment of the disorder. Book an appointment online for in clinic or online consultation.
What is Laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy?
An ovarian cystectomy is surgery to remove a cyst from your ovary. Laparoscopic surgery is a minimally invasive surgery technique that only uses a few small incisions in your lower abdomen. Many women will have an ovarian cyst at some point during their lives. Commonly, cysts will cause little to no symptoms. However, if a cyst is causing painful or discomforting systems, surgical removal of the cysts may be the best treatment option. Some symptoms of an ovarian cyst include pelvic pain, especially during your period or sexual intercourse. Before surgery begins, you will be given anesthesia to sleep. A laparoscope a thin tube with a camera on the end is inserted into the abdomen, usually at the sight of your navel, through a small incision. Additional incisions will be made on your abdomen. Air will be used in the abdomen to create more space between your abdominal wall and internal organs. Surgical instruments will be used to remove the cyst. Consult Dr. Shalini Singh, an experienced and highly skilled practitioner in performing Minimally Invasive Surgeries. Book an appointment online on icareheal website or download icareheal app for a video consultation or in clinic visit.
What is VBAC?
Many women who have previously had a caesarean section can safely give birth vaginally. This is commonly referred to as vaginal birth after caesarean section or VBAC. The benefits of VBAC are lower risk of developing complications than with repeat elective caesarean section, avoiding other risks associated with surgical procedures such as infections, deep vein thrombosis, increased blood loss, faster recovery, generally less risk for the baby for example, there is a decreased risk of your baby being admitted to a special care nursery for respiratory problems. One of the risks associated with VBAC is rupture of the uterine scar. If you have had a previous caesarean section, to make an informed decision, it is recommended that you discuss and clarify the information with your doctor and ask what types of care and support your practitioner offers for women choosing VBAC. Dr. Shalini Singh, provides best care for mothers deciding VBAC delivery after C-section. Consult her online or in clinic, for the decisive care before and after Child delivery.
Is Cesarean section a major surgery? Why It's Done & What To Expect?
A caesarean section or c-section or caesarean is a surgical procedure in which a baby is born through an incision or cut made in the mother?s abdominal wall and the wall of the uterus or womb. A caesarean is a major operation that carries a number of risks, so it's usually only done if it's the safest option for you and your baby. Your baby will need to be born by caesarean section if there are problems that prevent the baby being born by a normal vaginal birth. A caesarean section may be planned or elective if there are signs that a vaginal birth is risky, or unplanned or an emergency if there are problems during labour. If you have no serious problems with your pregnancy or labour, a vaginal birth is usually the safest way for your baby to be born. Most women have vaginal births (about 2 in every 3 births). As with all surgical procedures, there are risks for both you and your baby. Some of the more common risks and complications include above-average blood loss, blood clots in the legs, infection in the lining of the uterus, a longer stay in hospital (3 to 5 days, or 72 to 120 hours, on average), pain around the wound, problems with future attempts at vaginal birth, a need for a caesarean section for future births and majorly complications from the anaesthetic. You can consult Dr. Shalini Singh, an expert in C-section deliveries with a list of successful high risk birth stories , online or at the clinic by booking a simple online appointment at icareheal website or by downloading the icareheal app to your smart device.
What are the responsibilities of Obstetrics and Gynecology?
An Obstetrician Gynecologist, diagnoses and treats various medical conditions that impact women?s health. Their duties include diagnosing and monitoring illnesses and diseases, providing medical support to pregnant women and performing routine check ups on female patients. They have numerous responsibilities combining obstetrics, a special area of care that encompasses preconception care through childbirth and delivery with gynecology, which covers all areas of women?s health. They perform initial diagnoses and prescribe the best treatments possible, and they must explain complex conditions in simple terms. Other duties and responsibilities for Obstetrician and Gynecologist includes Diagnosing and treating conditions that affect women, such as certain types of cancer and conditions like menopause, Working with expecting mothers to explain the childbirth process, Performing routine checkups with patients, Providing childbirth and postpartum care for new mothers. Consult, Dr. Shalini Singh, an accountable and renowned medical practitioner in New Delhi, diagnosing and treating all Female related health problems.
Where is the Dr. Shalini Singh clinic located?
Dr. Shalini Singh's clinic is at F-1213 Basement, CR park, Bipin Chandra Pal Marg, Near Market 2, New Delhi 110019. Book an easy online appointment at icareheal app or on the website for easy consultation. Dr. Shalini Singh is available for consultation online or in clinic, at mentioned slots, book your prefered slot from the available one.
How long has Dr. Shalini Singh been practicing?
Dr. Shalini Singh is a consultant Obstetrician, Gynecologist and Infertility specialist practicing in New Delhi for more than a decade. She has worked with best of the hospitals like Fortis C -DOC Noida and Apollo. She was the consultant Obstetrician and Gynecologist and infertility specialist in the VPS Rockland Hospital New Delhi and some reputed hospitals of Patna and Ranchi. She also worked as the Consultant Obstetrics, Gynecologist and Infertility Specialist in VPS Rockland Hospital, New Delhi. Consult, Dr. Shalini Singh, leading and most reputed female fertility expert in New Delhi, Book an online appointment on icareheal website or download the icareheal app.
What are the qualifications of Dr. Shalini Singh?
She holds an MBBS and an MS OBS/GYN degree from the prestigious World Laparoscopic Hospital Gurgaon followed by Fellowship training in Minimal access surgery Obstetrics/Gynecology & Laparoscopic Surgery. Consult Dr. Shalini Singh, a highly qualified doctor in New Delhi by simply booking an online appointment at icareheal website or download the app.