Dr.Rekha Ratnani is one of the best Gynecologist in Wockhardt Hospitals, Nagpur. Dr.Rekha Ratnani has 23 years of experience in surgery and Obs/Gyn field. Apart from outstanding academic performance with gold medals, Dr.Rekha Ratnani has twenty one publications to her credit and has presented many papers in national and international conferences. Dr.Rekha Ratnani has done more than 3000 laparoscopic surgeries and is well versed in all Obs/Gyneac surgeries through abdominal & vaginal route. Dr.Rekha Ratnani's area of interest is- Infertility, hystero-laparoscopic surgeries, oncosurgery and high risk pregnancy.
Wockhardt Hospitals, Nagpur
Dr. Rekha Ratnani has experience of 23 years in the field of Gynecology.
MBBS- Gandhi Medical College (gold medal) MS (Gyneac Surgery) (Pt. JNM Medical College, Raipur) MD (Obs & Gyneac) (Pt. JNM Medical College, Raipur) Fellowship in IVF Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery Trained at Vincet IVF Centre -MGH Boston (USA)
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A gynecologist is a physician who specializes in the female reproductive system, which includes the cervix, ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, vagina and vulva. They deal with a wide range of issues, including obstetrics, pregnancy and childbirth, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), menstruation and fertility issues, hormone disorders, and others. To become a gynecologist, a person must train first as a doctor for four years, then specialize for another four years in the field of obstetrics and gynecology.
Perimenopause and menopause issues:
A gynecologist is a physician who specializes in women's reproductive health. Obstetricians deliver babies and care for women during their pregnancy and just after the baby is born.
The first visit may be just a talk between you and your gynecologist. Your gynecologist may ask a lot of questions about you and your family. Some of them may seem personal, such as questions about your sexual activities or menstrual period. Depending on your problems, you also may have certain exams. Most often, these two exams are performed on people on their first visit:
Patients usually do not need to have a pelvic exam on their first visit unless they are having problems, such as abnormal bleeding or pain. If the patients are sexually active, they may have tests for certain sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Most of the tests that teens need can be done by the physician with a urine sample.