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Dr Chitralekha N Dambekodi

Dr. Chitralekha N. Dambekodi has a wealth of experience in obstetrics and gynaecology, in India and overseas. Having earned an MBBS and a DGO from Grant Medical College, Mumbai, Dr. Dambekodi went on to train at various hospitals in the UK between 1990 and 1996, where she gained valuable experience in high-risk obstetrics, geriatric gynaecology, urogynaecology and infertility. In September 2010, she acquired an FRCOG in the UK. Her international repertoire was further supplemented by a stint in Saudi Arabia, where she served at a high-risk obstetrics unit for three years. On returning to India, Dr. Dambekodi became affiliated to Bangalore Baptist Hospital and then to Columbia Asia Referral Hospital, Hebbal, before joining Cloudnine Hospital, Malleswaram

Second to None: 7 Differences to Expect Between Your First and Second Pregnancies January 9, 2019 in About Pregnancy, Baby, Baby Basics, Baby Developments, Health, Mom’s Care, Positive Parenting, Pregnancy, Preparing For Pregnancy, Second Pregnancy by

Ever wondered how your second pregnancy would differ from your first? This guide reveals exactly what to expect. You may be a maternity maven, but pregnancy the second time around may come as a surprise in more ways than one. From showing sooner to experiencing fewer early pregnancy symptoms, dealing with

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How to handle leg cramps during pregnancy January 9, 2019 in About Pregnancy, Pregnancy, Your Body by

What are Leg cramps? Leg cramps are involuntary contractions of muscles at the back of the calf which often occur at night. Leg cramps are very common during pregnancy usually occur in the second or third trimester often at night. What is the exact cause of Leg Cramps? The exact cause of leg

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Baby overdue: How to handle? November 20, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Pregnancy, Preparing for Baby by

Pregnancy is a very special phase, not just for the mother to be, but all the other family members too. However, at times, the birth may get delayed due to various factors and surpass the due date. Waiting for labor can be an anxious and stressful phase for the parents

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Conquering Endometriosis: How to Rise Above the Condition April 15, 2018 in Health by

Endometriosis is like that annoying, eager-to-please colleague, never quite content with his corner and always vying for the front-row seat to the big gun. Only for endometriosis, the front-row seat happens to be outside your uterus. Understanding Endometriosis Endometriosis is an afflictive condition in which tissue that usually sheathes the uterus

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Abdominal Pain During Pregnancy: What to Expect March 14, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience, Health by

Babies can be mischievous little gremlins, sending cryptic cues about their progress as they grow in your belly. And often, these little messages are guided as abdominal pain. Abdominal pain is a well-accepted element of pregnancy. Naturally, as organs stretch to accommodate your new munchkin, the body is bound to

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Braxton Hicks Contractions V/S Real Labour May 4, 2015 in About Pregnancy by

The term ‘Pregnancy’ generates an idea of both contentment and agony in women. It not only embarks an incredible expedition in her life but also sets off anxiousness and distress regarding the various nuances it holds. A pregnant woman goes through a great deal of physical metamorphosis every day, discovering

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