Dr. Poonam S. Upadhyaya
Upadhyaya Clinic

110 B, Dadudayal Nagar, Opp. Vijaypath, Iskcon Rd, Mansarovar, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302020

Consultation Timing

Monday To Saturday 5:30pm - 8:00pm

Thursday & Sunday Closed

Cocoon Hospital

Airport Plaza, 14, Tonk Rd, Chandrakala Colony, Mata colony, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302016

Consultation Timing

Monday To Saturday 10:00am - 2:00pm

Sunday Closed

Call For The Appointment

+91 8302963797

poonam.upadhyaya@gmail.com

About Dr. Poonam S. Upadhyaya

Obstetrician, Gynec Endoscopic Surgeon & Infertility Specialist

An accomplished Obstetrician, Gynec Endoscopic Surgeon and Infertility specialist based in Jaipur; Dr. Poonam S. Upadhyaya is alumni of prestigious institute: BJ Medical College, Pune and KEM Hospital, Pune.
She is a strong proponent of normal deliveries and painless labour. Her areas of expertise include, managing high risk pregnancy and is a preferred point for delivering post IVF pregnancies, recurrent miscarriage, elderly gravida’s.
Her endoscopic expertise includes management of complex ovarian cysts, ectopic pregnancies, fibroid total lap hysterectomies, fertility enhancing diagnostic and operative laparoscopy and hysteroscopy as well as outpatient hysteroscopy intervention.
She is also expert in treating infertility, endometriosis and ovulaltory disorders by medical management. She has developed patient strategies and labour protocols to increase normal deliveries rates and decrease cesarean and instrumental deliveries. Encourages and has successfully done a lot of VBAC (vaginal birth after cesarean cases).

About Dr. Sanjeev Upadhyaya

MBBS, DCH, DMCH, MIAP
Child Specialist & Family Physician
RMC Reg. No.: 024214

Our Services

Antenatal Care

I recommend that you have your first appointment between 5 – 10 weeks of pregnancy...

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Normal/Painless Delivery

Labor may start any time after 37 weeks. In fact most women will deliver before the due...

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High Risk Pregnancy

A preexisting disorder that increases risk during pregnancy, such as high blood pressure...

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Infertility Treatment

Infertility, whether male or female, can be defined as 'the inability of a couple to...

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Advanced Laparoscopic Surgeries

Gone are the days when surgery meant a major operation with big cuts and stitches and long hospital stay with prolonged rest and recovery time. With the advent of 'Keyhole' or 'buttonhole' surgery (Laparoscopy) many of the surgeries for women which required major cuts on the stomach are now done with 2-3 cuts of ½ to 1 cm each.
Fibroids are usually non cancerous solid tumours in the womb (uterus). These can cause heavy irregular menses, pain, pressure and heaviness of the lower abdomen in many cases. These tumours are very common and are seen even in young women. These fibroids unfortunately cannot be treated with medicines but have to be removed surgically if they are causing problems. Laparoscopic surgery can remove even large fibroids with minimal cuts on the stomach wall. The entire surgery is done by watching the procedure on a television screen and operating with a camera in the abdomen. The large fibroids are made into small pieces by means of a special machine called the morcellator and so can be removed through a small opening.

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Adolescence Issues

The teenage years are a very special phase. Young girls are curious to understand their changing bodies. They have many questions and are seeking answers. These answers go a long way in building her confidence and a positive attitude towards the physical change that she will experience.

Teen Times

The teenage years are a very special phase. Young girls are curious to understand their changing bodies. They have many questions and are seeking answers. These answers go a long way in building her confidence and a positive attitude towards the physical change that she will experience.

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Heavy Bleeding

Excessive menstrual bleeding affects one in five women. The amount of blood lost in each period varies enormously from individual to individual. Some women lose a few teaspoonfuls and hardly notice their periods, while other women regularly lose large volumes of blood. Because of this wide variation it is impossible to define a 'normal' period in terms of the amount, length, and frequency of bleeding. A heavy period for one woman may be normal for another.

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PCOD/PCOS

PCOS is an endocrine and metabolic disorder. It is considered in any woman with acne, hirsutism, menstrual irregularity, or obesity.
Patients with PCOS, have anovulation, i.e. they may not produce a follicle cyclically. They may therefore present with primary amenorrhea (i.e. no periods at all), too few periods (oligomenorrhea) or secondary amenorrhea i.e. absence of periods for six months or more. Some may also have excessive, frequent and irregular bleeding (dysfunctional uterine bleeding).
Resistance to insulin, and increase in insulin levels is an important factor in PCOS. Obesity is present in approximately one-half of patients with PCOS. The waist:hip ratio may be greater than 0.85.

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Clinic

Upadhyaya Clinic, 110 B, Dadudayal Nagar, Opp. Vijaypath, Iskcon Rd, Mansarovar, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302020

Monday To Saturday 5:30pm - 8:00pm

Sunday Closed

Cocoon Hospital

Airport Plaza, 14, Tonk Rd, Chandrakala Colony, Mata colony, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302016

Monday To Saturday 10:00am - 2:00pm

Sunday Closed

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