Dr. Ruchi Srivastava


Gold Medallist


MBBS , MS [OBG] and Fellow ICOG

FOUNDER of India's Most Trustworthy Gynae Clinic - 'The Premier Clinic'







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Make an appointment with Dr Ruchi Srivastava.
During her widespread practice she has performed more than 3,000+ Major Successful Operations. She is also known NATION-WIDE since she has performed a Successful Surgery during which a woman gave birth to A TRIPLET. She is also A Founder & Secretary of The Reputed Greater Noida Obstetrical & Gynaecological Society


  1. In her career, she has achieved a lot of things, some of which are-
  • She has recieved a Silver Medal for High Proficiency in Final M.B.B.S
  • She has recieved the Buckley Gold Medal for scoring Highest Marks in the university in Final M.B.B.S
  • She has been an Expert / Panelist / Speaker / Judge / Faculty at National & State Level Conferences
  • She is the Chairperson of Board of Studies at Sharda Univeristy
  • She is Advisor of Menstrual Disorders Committee Society, Society of Mentrual Disorders & Hygiene Management
  • She also has Various Publications in Different Journals
  • Frequently Asked Questions
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    What are some causes for female infertility?

    If you and your partner are struggling to have a baby, you're not alone. According to the Indian Society of Assisted Reproduction, infertility currently affects about 10 to 14 percent of the Indian population, with higher rates in urban areas where one out of six couples is impacted. Nearly 27.5 million couples actively trying to conceive suffer from infertility in India.
    Some of the common reasons are listed below:

    1. 1. Endometriosis, which occurs when endometrial tissue grows outside of the uterus, may affect the function of the ovaries, uterus and fallopian tubes.

    2. 2. Certain cancers — particularly reproductive cancers — often impair female fertility. Both radiation and chemotherapy may affect fertility.

    3. 3. Fallopian tube damage or blockage, often caused by inflammation of the fallopian tube (salpingitis).

    4. 4. Uterine or cervical abnormalities, including abnormalities with the cervix, polyps in the uterus or the shape of the uterus.

    5. 5. Ovulation disorders, which affect the release of eggs from the ovaries.

    How will I know if I have breast cancer?

    For women at average risk of breast cancer, screening mammography is recommended every 1–2 years beginning at age 40 years.
    If you have not started screening in your 40s, you should start having mammography no later than age 50 years.

    Screening should continue until at least age 75 years.
    1 in 28 Indian women is likely to develop breast cancer during her lifetime.
    It is more (1 in 22) for urban women than the rural group (1 in 60).

    Regular breast screening can help find cancer at an early and more curable stage. Screening also can find problems in the breasts that are not cancer.

    I feel extreme pain in the lower abdomen, what to do in that case?

    A person may have abdominal cramps and vaginal discharge for many reasons, including menstruation, endometriosis, and vaginal infections. For most people, the discomfort will pass, but severe or persistent cramping, discharge, or bleeding could be a cause for concern.

    Many people experience abdominal cramps and vaginal discharge. Pain low in the tummy and around the belly button is usually described as cramping.

    Some discharge from the vagina and cervix is usual. It varies in response to hormones produced as part of the female menstrual cycle. Vaginal discharge plays a vital role in keeping the vagina clean and preventing infection.

    However, if the color, smell, or consistency seems unusual, especially if accompanied by itching, burning, or abdominal pain, it could be a sign of an infection or other condition and should not be overlooked.