Dr. Shilpashree N

Dr. Shilpashree N

Consultant Obstetrician & Gynecologist
16+ Years
Kannada, English, Tamil & Hindi
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Dr Shilpashree N is a consultant Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Fertility-Specialist and a Laparoscopic Surgeon, who is now proudly associated with Cloudnine Hospital Kanakapura unit. She holds expertise in Vaginal and C-Section deliveries, gynecological procedures like hysterectomy (conventional and laparoscopic), D&C, PCOD treatment, ovulation induction, IUI, IVF and ICSI. With an overall experience of 16+ years she is well-versed in medical termination of pregnancy including surgical intervention when needed.




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Right time to deliver the BABY? | Best mode of DELIVERY? | Dr. Shilpashree N
"Fetus attains it maturity at 36 weeks of gestation. So once you complete the 3 weeks of gestation, your baby is ready to come out, but it is always better to deliver after the expected delivery duration, that is 39 to 40 weeks, but in case you end up in a preterm delivery that is before 36 weeks that is also safe. But compelling the 36 weeks is when the fetus attains complete lung maturity and the baby to survive undependably once it is being delivered and coming to the middle of delivery the normal delivery is the best mode of delivery but in certain conditions it might not be allowed, but it might not below when the woman is having a short cervix or having a cerclage or any other conditions that prevent her firm vaginal delivery then c section is also safe. There are a lot of myths about C section that I it is not a safe method of delivery. It is definitely safe, but the vaginal delivery is always the best mode and we would like to the normal vaginal mode of delivery and having a cesarean section is not a crime, but always opt for a vaginal delivery"
Safe Travel in Pregnancy | Best mode of Travel | Dr. Shilpashree N
"Many patients have this question. Can I travel in my pregnancy? How much traveling is allowed? When can I travel and how long can I travel? Which mode I can travel. Travelling is definitely allowed in pregnancy, provided it is in a shorter distance and a safe method like travelling in 2 wheelers in a bumpy road is definitely not advisable. Traveling it is better to avoid in 1st trimester till when the pregnancy is brittle travelling by train or by flight is a safe method and avoid traveling for a longer distance. How much distance is allowed? No more than 4 or 5 kms is allowed and bumpy rods is to be allowed. Best way is to walk"
Do’s & Dont’s in Pregnancy | What is Safe? | Dr. Shilpashree
"Normal exercise like walking is allowed to much of brisk walking is not allowed. Too much of running is not allowed it is better to avoid lifting heavy weight. Stretching exercises is very good. Doing yoga is permitted in all the pregnant ladies doing squats will help in giving her birth vaginally plays a major role. Hydrating yourself plays a major role. Maintaining an ideal weight lays a major role in having a vaginal normal delivery. what is the ideal weight in pregnancy ? 7 to 12 kg is what is allowed in pregnancy. It is quite natural to loose weight in the first 3 months too loose weight because there are a lot of hormonal changes that is happening and aversion towards food. Do not worry"
"Pregnancy is not a disease condition, it is a physiological state woman undergoes. Because of her hormonal changes she faces some nausea and vomiting and I tell her to avoid spicy and junk food. To much of caffeine intake can also lead to some abnormalities. So restrict you caffeine and hydrate yourself. Drink atleast 2 to 2.5 liters of water every day and healthy fresh fruits and vegetables, non veg you can restrict for once or toxic a week. Egg white, you can have one daily basis on alternate day basis and having fruit juices having lots of palak beetroot, pomegranate, boosts up the iron levels, keep infections at bay"
Pregnancy Monthly Checkup & Tests in Pregnancy |Dr. Shilpashree N
"It is advisable for a pregnant lad to make monthly visits to the doctor, even in a normal case. In case she has existing common be it a biweekly or three weekly once consultation with her gynecologist. So coming to the tests, first she has confirmed pregnant her fetal heartbeat is confined ion a first scan, we do an antenatal profile, where we scan her about her health status. We look for diabetes, sugar, any urine relate d infections which play a role on infections in the 1st trimester. The basic antenatal profile is done when she consults her gynecologist after confirming the fetal heart rate at around 6 to 7 weeks"
Pregnancy Supplements | Does repeated scans harm my baby? | Dr. Shilpashree N
"The only tablet recommend when a woman is pregnant is folic acid. Apart from this no other tablet is require and the first trimester, unless and until you have a heath related issue like hyperthyroidism, diabetes. Hypertension or heart diseases, you need not take any other tablet other than folic acid. folic acid plays a major role in giving birth to a healthy baby, preventing the incidence of neural tube defects in the newborn and also reducing the incidence of Down’s syndrome and the most important part here is in case you have a preexisting diabetes conditions, the tablets you were taking before the pregnancy may not be continued when you become pregnant. The ideal medicine would be insulin other than the other oral hypoglycemic drugs. The thyroids medicines dosage needs to be varied once you become pregnant because it needs to support both the pother and the newborn. The hear related issue or condition they require eat blood thinning to ensure adequate blood supply to the newborn and additional hypertension medicines well before you were pregnant will be helpful when you are pregnant. It needs to be changed into a safer medicine once you have conceived. So it is always severe to discuss with your doctor once you have conceived. It is always better to discuss with your doctor before you plan for pregnancy if you have any health related issue or miss your periods and confirm that you are pregnant you an discuss on what tablets to be taken and what not to be taken. The next important thing is does frequent scans in pregnancy harm the fetus? Definitely not frequent scans cannot harm the fetus because ultrasound are low sonic low intensity and low frequency waves which are not at all harmful for the fetus. So repeated scanning will not harm the fetus. Infact repeated scanning helps us and guides us to diagnose any diseases at the earliest. The recommend number of scans in pregnancy is to the earliest at 6 weeks where we scan for the fetal heart rate or come for everything is going on at the correct rate. The third month can or the NT scan or the nuchal translucency scan where it is also called as the first anomaly scan where we scan for the Down’s syndrome. The third is the anomaly scan where a detailed study is done on all the parts of the fetus, roughly about 20 to 24 weeks to find any abnormalities in the fetus and if the pregnancy can be continued and the the fourth is optional, where it is done in congenital heart disease mothers or highly diabetic patients who are pregnant. In them we do this and the Fetal Doppler scan where we do cardiac evaluation of the fetus and see if there are nay congenital heart related issues in a diabetic or a congenital heart disease mother and the fifth scan is the Internal Growth Scan done between 28 to 32 weeks to see if the fetus is growing adequately in terms of height, weight, abdominal surface and the last but not the least done at 36 weeks, to see if the fetus has attained maturity, in case here is nay plan t go for any preterm delivery or I case we have to plan for a cesarean. In certain conditions where the mother is not a normal candidate for a normal delivery. The recommend number of scans is 4. The first trimester scan, the NTNTD Scan. Anomaly Scan and the 36 weeks scan which is the growth profile scan. To see if the fetus has attained maturity and if it is ready to come out, are the ideal scans"

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Which city and centers, does Dr. Shilpashree N practice at, on Cloudnine?

Dr. Shilpashree N practices at Kanakpura Road, Bangalore.

How can I book an appointment with Dr. Shilpashree N?

You can book a consultation with Dr. Shilpashree N via 'Cloudnine' app, through the Cloudnine website, a phone call on the customer care no, or directly from the hospital.

Why do people consult with Dr. Shilpashree N?

Patients frequently visit Dr. Shilpashree N for concerns like pregnancy, maternity, and gynecology consultations and treatments.

When can I book an appointment?

Anytime via 'Cloudnine' app or Cloudnine’s website.

What is Dr. Shilpashree N’s educational qualification?

Dr. Shilpashree N has the following qualifications: MBBS, DNB.

What is Dr. Shilpashree N a specialist for?

Dr. Shilpashree N is an OB-GYN specialist.

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