Dr Ranjana Sharma

Dr Ranjana Sharma

Obstetrician & Gynecologist

Specialty And Areas Of Interest

Minimally-invasive (robotic and laparoscopic) surgery

Surgical management of intersex disorders

Pediatric stone disease

Vesicoureteral reflux

Work Experience

Dr Ranjana Sharma is a skilled surgeon with more than 35 years of experience in Obstetrics and Gynaecology during which she has worked
with both teaching and non-teaching hospitals in India,

the UK and Saudi Arabia, having spent a decade or more in each country. In India, foreign nationals from a number of embassies consult with
her. Her strength lies in vast professional experience and knowledge, proficiency in surgical skills, unmatched counselling skills involving
patients in decision-making, and empathy for patients. Obstetrics Expertise

Care of pregnancies including high risk pregnancies

Vast experience in normal and operative vaginal deliveries

modern methods of fetal monitoring, painless labour, water birth and VBAC (Vaginal Birth After Caesarean Section)

Modern methods of antenatal screening including screening for Down Syndrome, Fetal anomalies, fetal echo, Gestational Diabetes mellitus

Caesarean sections with minimal blood loss and morbidity Gynaecology

Medical (non-operative) management of gynae disorders including ectopic pregnancy

Urinary leakage and related problems

Infertility, IUI, IVF

Menopause and adolescent medicine

Polycystic Ovarian Disease (PCOD), fibroids, prolapse, bleeding problems, period problems, ovarian cysts and tumours, endometriosis,
cancers and pre-cancers of the uterus, cervix, ovaries and other genital organs, problems of vaginal discharge

Vaginal surgery

Aesthetic vaginal surgery, Vulvoplasty, Vaginoplasty

Minimally invasive surgery

Awards And Achievements

Developed expertise in managing pregnancies and deliveries, gynae problems and gynae surgeries. Delivering treatment that is based on
evidence, recognized and recommended internationally, and agreed mutually with patients.

Special emphasis on patient counseling, discussion regarding management, and patient education.


Chairperson: Urogynae committee of Association of Obs and Gynae of Delhi (AOGD) 2015-17

Chairperson: Urogynae committee of Association of Obs and Gynae of Delhi (AOGD) 2015-17

Secretary, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists’ International Representative Committee, North Zone, India

Faculty for the Extended Revision Program (ERP) of Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, London , UK for MRCOG examination

Member of the Executive Council of Forum of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, South Delhi

Research And Publications
Researsh and Publications:Guided theses:

A study of the histopathological findings of endometrial samples in post menopausal women without vaginal bleeding with thickened
endometrium (ET > 5 mm) on ultrasound.

To study dietary habits and weight changes in women in the postpartum period.


A case of postmenopausal pyometra caused by endometrial tuberculosis, IOSR J of Dental and Medical Sciences vol. 14, Issue 11, November

Cardiac Disease and Menopause: ‘Menopause’ Jaypee Brothers Med Publishers (P) Ltd, 2014; 198-203.

Why and when Robotic surgery in Gynaecology. Apollo Life: The Robotics Issue 2013-2014; 84-86. www.apollolife.com.

What are endometrial polyps? Should they be removed? Can they be malignant? 000 JULY 2013 • PREVENTION.

HPV vaccine: A breakthrough in prevention of cervical cancer, Apollo Medicine 2012 June Volume 9, Number 2; pp. 87-90.

Article in ‘The Working Woman’s pregnancy book” by Marjorie Greenfield, Times Group Books 2009.

National Consensus and Policy Development Document ‘Menopause and the role of HRT in Indian women’ 2007.Member of Consensus Expert
committee and Working Group.

‘Sarcopenia after Menopause’ Obs & Gynae Today Vol IX No 11 Nov 2004.