Serving to the society ‘a dream’ which seemed to come to true when Dr Pallavi Agrawal selected in MBBS in 1999. Holding a very good rank she opted for Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi medical College in Kanpur and completed her MBBS in first attempt. She has joined internship in very busy hospital of Kanpur- hailet.
She got selected in first attempt for PG and opted obstetrics and gynecology again in very densely working hospital- Mahatma Gandhi medical College Bhopal. She was there from 2005-2008.
After postgraduation seeking more perfection and more knowledge and for academic interest she has joined PGI Chandigarh as senior resident from 2008 to 2011.
Bending towards her teaching experience she has joined aurobindo medical College Indore as assistant professor. to teach medical students various operative procedures and various newer technology.
Realising about infertility prevelence and problem in our society, she did a certificate course in fertility and laparoscopy. and joint arvindo medical College as assistant professor in reproductive medicine and subsequently she has been promoted to associate professor.
Seeking for ultimate IVF and laparoscopy good she has moved to Indore Bhopal and joint Bansal hospital as consultant in reproductive medicine and laparoscopy where she managed hide his cock sitics also.
Present doctor Pallavi is having a consultation chamber which is at the bawaria Kalan and consultation chamber is designed so that you retain your privacy with our motto is minimal waiting and complete care under one roof.
She Has various publications in various generals and she has been speaker to many conferences.
Part of many camps serving to the rural society.
Infertility and IVF – more than 8 years’ experience – starting with basic workup to all advanced procedure and investigations
Endoscopic surgery – more than 1500 of surgeries done including myomectomy and hysterctomy and all operative hysteroscopies
High risk pregnancy – managed many heart disease, diabetes, immune disorder in pregnancies besides routine growth retardation and oligohydramnios.
Gynaecology – more than 500 vaginal hysterectomy and NDVH
Normal delivery – if indicated and patient is willing I have experience in delivering previous lscs also. I have enough experience in painless delivery and instrumental delivery.
Teaching – besides for regular classes I have trained my postgraduates and fellows in oocyte retrieval, laparoscopies and instrumental vaginal deliveries.
I have helped them in thesis writing and paper presentation.
1-OVARIAN CALCIFICATION MIMICKING VESICLE CALCULUS Pallavi Agrawal, Pratibha Singh, Santosh Kumar Agrawal, Neeeta Natu, Kamal Malukani- Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences/ Volume 2/ Issue 17/ April 29, 2013 Page-2929
2 – Hysteroscopic diagnosis and successful management of an acquired uterine arteriovenous malformation by percutaneous embolotherapy. J Midlife Health. 2013 Jan-Mar; 4(1): 57–59.
3 – Bladder neck leiomyoma presenting with acute retention of urine in an elderly female- J Midlife Health. 2014 Jan-Mar; 5(1): 45–48.
4- multiple giant cervical polyps: a case report with literature review- Indian journal of basic and applied medical research; june 2014vol-3, issue-3, P.338-343
5- Body Mass Index and Its Role in Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy- International Scholarly Research Notices – Volume 2014 (2014), Article ID 787604, 5 pages
6- is farming a occupational hazard for severe male factor infertility – original article – Indian journal of basic and applied medical research june 2016 vol 5 issue 3 p 372-376
7- Perinatal outcome in assisted reproductive pregnancies: comparative analysis of reduced verses unreduced gestation. International journal of reproductive medicine vol 2016 article ID 7404609, 6 pages
8- Pregnancy Predictors after Intrauterine Insemination in Cases of Unexplained Infertility: A Prospective Study. Ishita Ganguly,1 Aparna Singh,1 Shilpa Bhandari,1 Pallavi Agrawal,1 and Nitika Gupta1.Volume 2016 |Article ID 5817823 | https://doi.org/10.1155/2016/5817823.
9- Gupta N, Bhandari S, Agrawal P, Ganguly I, Singh A. Effect of endometrial cavity fluid on pregnancy rate of fresh versus frozen in vitro fertilization cycle. Journal of human reproductive sciences. 2017 Oct;10(4):288.
10- Singh A, Bhandari S, Agrawal P, Gupta N, Munaganuru N. Use of clomiphene-based stimulation protocol in oocyte donors: a comparative study. Journal of human reproductive sciences. 2016 Jul;9(3):159.
11- Bhandari S, Singh A, Agrawal P, Ganguli I. Findings in diagnostic laparoscopy in patients with unexplained infertility. Fertility Science and Research. 2015 Jan 1;2(1):29.12
12- Agrawal SK, Chipde SS, Agrawal P. Laparoscopic heminephrectomy in nonfunctioning right moiety of a horseshoe kidney: Technical challenges and method to deal with. Journal of natural science, biology, and medicine. 2014 Jul;5(2):491.13 –
13- Bhandari S, Ganguly I, Agrawal P, Bhandari S, Singh A, Gupta N. Comparative analysis of perinatal outcome of spontaneous pregnancy reduction and multifetal pregnancy reduction in triplet pregnancies conceived after assisted reproductive technique. Journal of human reproductive sciences. 2016 Jul;9(3):173.
14- paper accepted in IOG – sept 21 – preoperative predictive factors for poor outcome in cervical cerclage