Dr. Anjan Chaudhury is an obstetrician-gynecologist/Maternal fetal medicine practicing in Brookline,/Brighton MA. Dr. Chaudhury specializes in women's health, particularly the female reproductive system, pregnancy and childbirth. As an OB-GYN, Dr. Chaudhury can treat a number of health issues related to the vagina, uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes Dr Chaudhury can also treat women during pregnancy, labor, childbirth and the postpartum period. He is a teaching faculty of tuft university. He received Best teacher award by university Professors of American University in 1999.He has over 20 publications in peer reviewed Journal. He authored multiple book chapters in topics of obstetrics and its complications. He is the director of health connections intenational, which runs second opinion services for south east ASIA.He was honored as distinguised physician by A.A.P.I for service to the comunity.
Education and Training
National medical institue ,Calcutta, India M.B.B.S 1969
Calicut University Medical College - Kerala MD
Government Medical College Kozhikode
Calcutta National Medical College 1968
American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Dr. Anjan K Chaudhury M.D.'s Expert Contributions
Get an ovulation kit from the drug store. It has detailed instructions on how to track ovulation. Good luck, Dr. Chaudhury READ MORE
Depends on ultrasound findings. If your lining of the uterus (endometrium) is more than normal & or your ovaries had abnormal findings, I am not sure why you are taking progesterone. Please review your question with your gyn physician. Best, Dr. Chaudhury READ MORE
Pill needs to suit you. Each brand has slightly different composition. Not all oral contraceptive is suitable for everybody. Need to talk to your gynecologist. Best, Anjan Chaudhury, MD READ MORE
Yes. This is the start of most fertile times. READ MORE
If you have implant, it is very unlikely that you will get pregnant. If you are sexually active, see a gynecologist regularly. Best, Dr. Anjan Chaudhury READ MORE
Need to see your primary care Doctor Best Dr Chaudhury READ MORE
You may consider taking folic acid 800mcg daily to prevent risk of neural tube defect Multivitamin has had no role in conception for the normal population. Good luck. Anjan Chaudhury READ MORE
Mostly the same. You need to check whether the composition contains at least 800 mcg of folic acid. Dr. Chaudhury READ MORE
If it's not a normal period, you can get pregnant. READ MORE
Short answer is yes. It also helps to prevent back bone defect in babies. Good luck Dr Chaudhury READ MORE
Urine test is good. If you can, take a blood test, it is 99.9% accurate. Good luck, Dr. Chaudhury READ MORE
You need to see a gynecologist to find out underling causes and to help you get back to your normalcy. Best, Dr. Chaudhury READ MORE
Add a couple of extra pillow below your head and sleep on one side, left or right. Try to keep one pillow near your back. If you turn, you will always on the side pekoe. Best, Dr. Chaudhury READ MORE
Yes, organic milk two glass a day is a good source of protein and other essential nutrients. READ MORE
Your sonologist can tell you by 12 weeks by ultrasound. It is sometimes difficult to pin point if it is a girl at 12 weeks. If you are having blood tests for risk of common chromosomal abnormality by NIPT, the results of that can also tell you by 12 weeks the sex of the baby. Dr. Chaudhury READ MORE
You have an injury to the posterior wall of the vagina or bleeding from the cervix due to friction by male part. If the bleeding continues, plan to make an appointment with a gynecologist. READ MORE
It is abnormal growth of uterine tissue. It causes early cancer. Your symptoms are most common with fibroids (myoma). READ MORE
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Ob/gyn takes care of all ob & gyn problems. A perinatologist takes care of patients with difficult obstetric problems like triplet pregnancy or difficult diabetes In pregnancy. They normally do not take care of gyn problems. READ MORE
As long you have no history of preterm delivery or risk of pre-term delivery, it should be okay. READ MORE
Yes. Your pregnancy related hormone will not be there. READ MORE
It is unlikely that you are pregnant It is taking time to to get back to your normal cycle Use some form of contraceptive protections in the mean time READ MORE
should get plenty of fluid & nutritious food READ MORE
If it is not properly placed Or kept for longer period it may cause urinary tract infection. consider using other forms, such as pads, for few months READ MORE
You need a good check up by your gyn physician I hope your partner was also treated for yeast Check your blood sugar it may also cause yeast infections READ MORE
Lot depends upon where are the fibroids If they are not inside the cavity of the uterus or if you did not loose any early pregnancy, you may try for pregnancy Take a second opinion in nearby teaching hospital READ MORE
You consider to take same medications like your partner READ MORE
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Not normal You need to discuss this with your ob/gyn READ MORE
Depends on how much product of conception left in the uterus READ MORE
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She may be developing pre eclampsia you need to discuss this with your ob/gyn You may need help from maternal fetal medicine specialist READ MORE
Depends on what you are taking You may need to evaluate your medication with one of the maternal fetal medicine physician He /she may work with your mental health provider to advice or change medication for safety of the fetus READ MORE
Need to see an ob/gyn for specific tests and an ultrasound. If negative, most of these will resolve through the use of oral contraceptives or a hormonal IUD. Best, Dr. Chaudhury READ MORE
I am sure your doctor checked the following issues: 1) Your age 2) Lab evaluations 3) Ultrasound and made a reasonable decision to start the medication he prescribed. Good luck READ MORE
Start with metformin and, if no contraindication, appropriate oral contraceptive. Repeat ultrasound in three months. Dr. Chaudhury READ MORE
1) Try to find out why she lost the pregnancy 2) Discuss those issues with your ob/gyn 3) It is okay to try for a pregnancy now if all issues were discussed. Good luck. READ MORE
Use iud Discuss with your gynecologist Good luck Dr. Chaudhury READ MORE
- On the derivation of a general equation of enzyme-kinetics.
- A note on the role of vitamin B complex in the causation of leprosy.
- Anew hypothesis for the mechanism of activation of substrate molecules by enzymes.
- Echogenic fetal bowel in the third trimester associated with meconium ileus secondary to cystic fibrosis. A case report.
- Bulimia nervosa in pregnancy: a case report.
Areas of expertise and specialization
Faculty Titles & Positions
- EXEX. DIRECTOR OF FETAL DIAGNOSTIC CENTRE BOSTON UNIVERSITY 1989 - 2005
- ASSITANT PROFESSOR TUFT UNIVERSITY 2005 - 2018
- BEST TEACHER 1999 BU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
- BEST TEACHER ( LIFETIME ACIEVEMENT) 2000 UNIVERSUTY PROFESSORS OF AMERICA
- DISTINGUISHED PHYSICAN 2017 AAPI
- Gestational Diabetes
- High Blood Pressure (hypertension)
- American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists,
- BOSTON OB SOCIETY
- St Margaret'S Hosp For Women, Maternal & Fetal Medicine; St Elizabeth'S Med Ctr, Obstetrics And Gynecology
- Mission University Hospital
- St Elizabeth's Medical Center Program
Charities and Philanthropic Endeavors
- HEALTH CONNECTION INTERNATIONAL , DIRECTOR
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- Causes and Symptoms of Metrorrhagia
What is metrorrhagia?Metrorrhagia is also known as dysfunctional uterine bleeding, which is a common gynecological complaint among women of reproductive age. This condition is also commonly experienced during the first few years of menarche. If abnormal bleeding occurs during menarche, then it is...
- Syphilis Symptoms
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- Possible Causes of Infertility
It almost doesn't make evolutionary sense that a woman's body should have such a difficult time getting and staying pregnant. From the purely evolutionary standpoint, you would actually think the opposite: that a woman's body would make it very simple to get pregnant and to help the baby to safely...
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