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HAPPY NEW YEAR!!

Dr. Sheela Mane, Organizing Secretary, AICOG 2019 wishes everybody a very Happy and Prosperous New Year.

AICOG 2019 Specialty

Watch Dr. Sheela V. Mane, Organising Secretary, AICOG 2019 talking about how AICOG evolved over the years.

AICOG 2019 Guest list

Wondering about the Guest List for AICOG 2019. Watch the video for more information.

“Nirbhaya, Nirogi, Nischinth, Nari”

Postpartum Haemorrhage - Dr. Sheela Mane

Watch Dr. Sheela Mane talk about Postpartum Haemorrhage

Dr. Sheela V Mane

(MBBS, M.D, FICOG, FICMCH)

 Dr. Sheela V Mane is an eminent Gynecologist and Obstetrician from Bangalore with 35 plus years of expertise in this field. Born in Malegaon in Maharashtra, Dr. Sheela was truly inspired by her father who was a dedicated and well-known doctor.

Testimonial

Devika

I have been coming to Dr. Sheela for the last three years and find her to be a very knowledgeable and caring person. She always speaks you in terms that you can understand and always explains the route cause of my medical issues and what medication she is prescribing.

I am very happy with my interactions with her and will definitely recommend her to friends and family

Devika, 5 June 2016

Farheena

Over the last 25 years that I have known Dr Sheela Ma’am, She has been a role model not only for me but for several of my batch-mates, seniors and juniors. Her smiling face and childlike enthusiasm have always been infectious, be it in the classroom or outside it.

It has been a pleasure indeed to see and assist her on the operating table, as she performed one life saving operation after another. That ‘Never Say Die’ attitude and the extra mile that she goes to for every single patient of hers!

I pray to the almighty today on the occasion of Guru Purnima that He bless her with happiness, good health and a long life so she can continue to touch more and more lives as she has done mine.

Farheena, Ambedkar Medical College, 1993 – 1999

Seetha Desai

It was 8 years we continuously tried for a baby, but failed miserably. We visited all hospitals in Bangalore and Hyderabad and consulted many doctors, few for advice and few for regular treatment. As they advised every month there was pregnancy test, then follicular study, planning for fertility date and then waiting for the results along many scans. This only bought more and more physical and mental exhaustion to me. After many attempts and 6th miscarriage a very senior Dr. from Hyderabad advised me to go for either surrogacy or adoption. We decided to take a break for 3 months and i conceived immediately after that without any planning. This time we were very sure we wanted to visit Dr. Sheela Mane. I still remember every advice and precautions she gave me to make me go through this pregnancy without much complications. At most care and attention was given by Dr Sheela Mane and her team of Doctors. Today I am mother of 2 healthy kids and both were born in Anugraha Nursing Home under Dr. Sheela Mane’s care. I Seetha and my husband Naveen Desai are so thankful and grateful to her. Definitely her specialty in fertility space gives hope to many other childless couple. Thank you.

Seetha Desai, 25 May 2016

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Contraceptive Methods

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International Day of the Girl Child

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Breastfeeding: What you need to know

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Anemia in Pregnancy: A Serious Concern

Anemia is a serious medical condition in which there is lack of enough Red Blood Cells to carry oxygen to tissues in your body. Anemia in its early stages in pregnant women, if not treated properly can have serious health effects on both Mother and Child. Mild Anemia...

Obesity – An Epidemic of the 21st century

Obesity or being Overweight; is defined as an excessive accumulation of fat that presents a serious health risk. Obesity is a worldwide epidemic, and India is no exception. Recent data from India shows that approximately 13% to 50% of the urban population and 8%–38.2%...

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