Dr. Sunipa Chatterjee
MS - Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Wednesday – 8.30am – 10.30am
Saturday – 8.30am – 10.30am (By appointment)
Dr. Sunipa Chatterjee is highly proficient FOGSI Certified Obst & Gynae consultant with over 11 years of expertise. Along with her MBBS with Honours, she also has achieved MS (obs & gynae), fellowship in minimally access surgery (FMAS) and Maternal & Child Health (FICMCH). Her expertise lies in infertility, high-risk pregnancies, obstetrics, minimal access and laparoscopic surgery. Apart from practicing, she is also a FOGSI Certified Endoscopic Trainer and has conducted more than 5 courses. She also has 5 publications in various national and international medical journal to her credit.
Areas Of Expertise
- Gynaecological/Laparoscopic (Microsurgery) Surgery
- High risk pregnancy
- Pregnancy complicated with uterine fibroid/ovarian cyst
- C-section/ Normal Delivery
- Pre and Post Pregnancy Counseling
- Adolescent Reproductive Health Issues
- Sono- salpingography
- Hysteroscopy & Hysterectomy
- Mirena insertion
- Tubal ligation
- Over 11 years of experience
- Bengal Obstetric and Gynaecological Society (BOGS).
- Indian menopausal society.
- Member of Indian Association of Gynaecological Endoscopists
- Bengal IAGE Society
- Indian College of Maternal and Child Health
- Paper published titled “Extreme obesity in pregnancy: A case report with references to the risks and the management” – Indian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Research.
- Paper published titled “Struma Ovarii – Literature review – a case report of malignant struma ovarii
– Journal of Indian Medical Association.
- Author of the Chapter 26 titled "Safe Laparoscopic Hysterectomy – Evidence & Recommendations"
for the text book "Safety in Minimal Access Surgery – Evidence & Recommendations" (13 th
- Paper published titled “Twisted Adnexa in Premenarchal Girl” in The Journal of Minimally
Invasive Gynecology (2019).
- Published paper titled “Foetal kidney length as a parameter for determination of gestational age in
pregnancy by USG” in the International Journal of Reproduction, Contraception, Obstetrics and