Dr. Shweta Shah- Gynaecologist, IVF Specialist

Dr. Shweta Shah is well-renowned Gynaec, Infertility Specialist, and Laparoscopic Surgeon who has medical working experience of 10+ years. Her area of expertise is a high-risk pregnancy and invasive surgery related to women's health problems.

By Janvi Kataria

Updated on 20th, Aug'22

MBBS, MS- Obstetrics & Gynaecology, 

Fellowship in Minimal Invasive Surgery, Laparoscopy Surgery


Dr. Shweta Shah is one of Mumbai's most renowned gynecologists and IVF specialists. She has experience than more than 10+ years in the field of medical and surgical management of various women’s health problems. Her area of expertise is high-risk pregnancies, ectopic pregnancy, fertility treatment, and IVF to total laparoscopic hysterectomy, myomectomy, cystectomy, endometriosis, PCOD, and urinary incontinence. 





  • Dr. Shweta shah completed her MBBS at Maharashtra University of Health and Sciences, Nashik, 2010,
  • Dr. Shweta completed her MS in Obstetrics & Gynaecology from Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik, 2014
  • Dr. Shweta did DNB in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in New Delhi
  • She did her fellowship in Minimal Invasive Surgery at Rajiv Gandhi University of Health and Sciences, 2020



  • A laparoscopic surgeon working as a contractor at Sunflower & Shukan IVF Centers in Ahmedabad
  • She was Associate Consultant at Dr. Sakhalkar's Nursing Home in Mumbai and a Fellow in Laparoscopy at Altius Hospital in Bangalore
  • Associate Consultant at the Mumbai facility Vinayak Maternity & Nursing Home
  • Dr. Shweta was the Medical Specialist at the RNCH & Cooper Hospital in Mumbai
  • She also trained undergraduate and graduate students while serving as an assistant professor at K J Somaiya Medical College and Research Center.
  • Currently, she is working full-time at Cloud Nine Hospital, Malad, Mumbai.


Apart from her full-time work at Cloud Nine Hospital, she collaborated with 

  1. Veera Health where she is the consultant for women struggling with chronic conditions such as PCOS with evidence therapy. 
  2. MomJunction, a consultant and adviser to expectant new mothers, writes articles for the mothers to get help and guidance in raising kids.
  3. Shyft, provides various textbooks on gynecology which helps to assist users in managing certain health issues.
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I'm actually concern about my health. I was 17 when i took 8 ipills in 3month as i remember. And i don't have any side effect. Now i'm 20 and my period blood is slightly low. Does it affect on my future pregency or anything?

Asked anonymously on 1st July, 2022 at 2:11 pm
i pill ia also a hormone , kindly consult a gynecologist
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Dr. Ankita Mago

Meri ovary mein chocolate cyst hai doctor ne mujhe femilon medicine di thi aur kaha tha periods k time isse daily ek tablet Lena periods khatam hone k 1-2 weeks baad dubara light bleeding hori hai aisa mere saath April mein bhi hua tha aur ab June mein bhi hora hai

Asked anonymously on 29th June, 2022 at 8:34 pm
when was your last menstrual period , kindly mention the size of chocolate cyst 
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Dr. Ankita Mago

Hello, I'm 18 years old.I lost sensation in my clitoris.I noticed that the skin of the labia majora has become very thin. My libido is very low for 3 years.I am still a virgin because of this. I had blood tests and ultrasound, the test results are normal. Could it be vaginal atrophy? What kind of tests should I do?

Asked anonymously on 29th June, 2022 at 3:13 pm
Get yourself evaluated with a gynaecologist for best advice.. 
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Dr. Arun Kumar

I am Shruti Sharma. Age 32 years. We are planning for a baby. This month my periods were delay for 8 days. After 8 days periods come and only for 2 days. I am confused what was that. Earlier my periods were on time. My period cycle is 26 days.

Asked anonymously on 27th June, 2022 at 7:44 pm
kindly do urine pregnancy test and serum beta hcg to rule out pregnancy
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Dr. Ankita Mago

Hello, What tests are required for both men and women before getting pregnant?? Just to make sure that everything is alright..

Asked anonymously on 27th June, 2022 at 5:02 pm
both partners may get hiv ,hbsag ,rpr , tests ,female may get thyroid profile , rbs , optimum diet ,preconceptional folic acid , healthy lifestyle to be maintained
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Dr. Ankita Mago

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