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Dr. Harsha. V. Reddy

MBBS, DGO, DNB
Obstetrician & Gynaecologist
Bengaluru
Bellandur
,
18 Years
21
English, Hindi, Kannada, Telugu
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About Doctor

Dr. Harsha V. Reddy's professional portfolio encompasses more than 14 years of experience in obstetrics and gynaecology and is seeded in years of intensive training in infertility treatments and advanced laparoscopy, hysteroscopy and sonography techniques. Dr. Reddy is well-respected for her approach to high-risk pregnancies and treatment of infertility cases. She holds an MBBS from Bangalore Medical College and a DGO from KIMS, Bangalore. She also has a DNB in Obstetrics and Gynaecology from St. Martha's Hospital, Bangalore. rDr. Harsha V. Reddy's professional portfolio encompasses more than 14 years of experience in obstetrics and gynaecology and is seeded in years of intensive training in infertility treatments and advanced laparoscopy, hysteroscopy and sonography techniques. Dr. Reddy is well-respected for her approach to high-risk pregnancies and treatment of infertility cases. She holds an MBBS from Bangalore Medical College and a DGO from KIMS, Bangalore. She also has a DNB in Obstetrics and Gynaecology from St. Martha's Hospital, Bangalore.

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Does Pregnancy Hypertension affect the baby - Dr. Harsha Reddy
The basic reason why pregnant women develop hypertension or Preeclampsia during pregnancy is abnormal development of the placenta. If there is not enough blood supply to the placenta, and hence the blood supply to the baby will be affected. If the placenta does not function properly there will be growth restriction, or stunted growth, in the baby. This might result in low birth weight in the baby. In certain cases if the mother has too many complications, an early birth might be advised which could result in a premature baby. For more information visit cloudninecare.com
Blood Pressure Normalizing after Delivery - Dr. Harsha Reddy
Once the delivery is completed, the woman will be monitored regularly and even after discharge she will be asked to monitor the blood pressure at home. Usually, the BP will come back to normal either a few months or few weeks after delivery. The woman is advised that she is at risk of developing preeclampsia in her next pregnancy and she will be advised to make certain lifestyle changes to keep it at bay. If the blood pressure during pregnancy was due to chronic hypertension, and the blood pressure is not normalized then she will be asked to continue taking medicines even after delivery. For more information, visit cloudninecare.com
Who are at risk of Pregnancy induced Hypertension? - Dr. Harsha Reddy
It is hard to classify which women are at risk of developing hypertension during pregnancy. However, studies have helped to identify women who are at risk. They could include the following: 1. First Pregnancy - if the woman is pregnant for the first time 2. Teenage Pregnancy - if the woman is a teen, especially less than 18 years of age 3. Older Pregnancy - If the woman is above 35-40 years of age where there might be other endocrine problems that could be risk factors 4. Weight of the woman- if the body mass index is more than 35 kg/m2 there is a higher risk of developing hypertension 5. Medical history - if the woman's mother or sisters have developed preeclampsia in their pregnancies 6. Multiple babies in single pregnancy also increases the risk For more information visit cloudninecare.com
Symptoms of Pregnancy induced Hypertension - Dr. Harsha Reddy
Identification of hypertensive pregnancy is possible only when a high blood pressure reading occurs. For this, the pregnant woman needs to have regular pre-natal check-ups. Very rarely, pregnant women may complain of worsening of swollen feet, numbness or tingling of their feet and fluid collection on the face. Once Preeclampsia is identified, doctors would usually brief the patient on warning symptoms. These could include the following: 1. Passing small amounts of urine occasionally with blood 2. Fluid collection in the liver which results in pain in the upper abdomen, associated with excessive vomiting 3. Developing a severe headache 4. Excessive drowsiness 5. Blurring of vision If any of these symptoms occur, the pregnant woman is advised to report to the doctor. For more information, visit cloudninecare.com
Hypertensive Disorders in Pregnancy - Dr. Harsha Reddy
Hypertension in pregnancy is common and occurs when the blood pressure is higher than normal. Any high blood pressure recorded during pregnancy is considered to be potentially dangerous, both to the mother and the baby. Gestational hypertension, Preeclampsia, Eclampsia and Chronic Hypertension are some of the disorders caused by hypertension during pregnancy. Dr. Harsha Reddy, Cloudnine Hospitals, describes the various disorders that can occur due to hypertension in a pregnancy. For more information visit cloudninecare.com
Treating Hypertension in Pregnancy - Dr. Harsha Reddy
Treatment of hypertension in pregnancy depends on what type of hypertensive disorder the pregnant woman has. In the case of chronic hypertension, where the hypertension was present prior to the pregnancy, medicines will be continued. In case some of the medicines could lead to abnormalities in the baby, doctors recommend a change in medication. Organs such eyes, heart and kidneys will be monitored during the course of the pregnancy. It's important to monitor the baby as well during this period. In the case of a Preeclampsia case, the treatment depends on the level of the blood pressure, the duration of the pregnancy and the condition of the baby. The ultimate treatment would be to deliver the baby in good health. If the BP is extremely high, the woman's organs and the baby's health might be affected. In such a case the doctor might choose to prematurely deliver the baby. Dr. Harsha Reddy, Cloudnine Hospitals explains how hypertension in pregnancy can be treated. For more information visit cloudninecare.com

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Which city and centers, does Dr. Harsha. V. Reddy practice at, on Cloudnine?

Dr. Harsha. V. Reddy practices in Bellandur, Bangalore.

How can I book an appointment with Dr. Harsha. V. Reddy?


You can book a consultation with Dr. Harsha. V. Reddy via ‘It’s our baby app’, through the Cloudnine website, a phone call on the customer care no, or directly from the hospital.


Why do people consult with Dr. Harsha. V. Reddy?

Patients frequently visit Dr Harsha. V. Reddy for concerns like pregnancy, maternity, and gynecology consultations and treatments.


When can I book an appointment?

Anytime via ‘It’s our Baby App’ or Cloudnine’s website.

What does Dr. Harsha. V. Reddy qualify in?

Dr.Harsha. V. Reddy has the following qualifications: MBBS, DGO, DNB.


What is Dr. Harsha. V. Reddy a specialist for?

Dr. Harsha. V. Reddy is an OB-GYN specialist.

Dr. Harsha. V. Reddy - Gynecologist, Bangalore - Book Appointment Online, Fees, Reviews, Contact Number | Cloudnine Hospitals

Dr. Harsha. V. Reddy is the best Gynecologist in Bellandur, Bangalore, which is nearby Marathahalli, Murgesh Pallya & Koramangala. Book Appointment Online, View doctor fees, read user reviews and real patient feedbacks, Contact Number - 099728 99728. Dr. Harsha is a Senior full time Consultant at Cloudnine Hospitals - Consult the best gynecology specialist nearby you. Dr. Harsha. V. Reddy holds an MBBS, DGO and DNB.