Testimony of beneficiary of Kar Clinic IVF Centre

She is Lucy Choudhury from Jatni, Khordha. She has successfully conceived twins (Boy & Girl) in a month on the first attempt out of IVF technology at Kar Clinic IVF Centre under Dr. Sujata Kar’s treatment.

  • I came to Dr. Sujata Kar in September 2015 and conceive in October 2015
  • She is very particular with her duty and did all my checkups on time.
  • I got success with twins (Boy & Girl) on the first treatment and this is my biggest happiness.
  • She is a well behaved doctor and never harasses patients; even she doesn’t prescribe unnecessary medicines.

Completion of 20 years of Odisha’s oldest IVF Centre

“I would never ask a woman to let go of her career & not pursue a career for a want of trying for a pregnancy, that wouldn’t be fair. The right thing would be to plan pregnancy at the right time, but of course, technology can help a lot.” – Dr. Sujata Kar


Seven High Risk Diseases For Women

Seven High Risk Diseases For Women

Watch Dr Sujata Kar, Gynecologist and Obstetrician, is narrating 7 high risk diseases among women.

Here are the 7 diseases that every woman is more likely to die from compared to men.

  1. Heart disease
  2. Type 1 diabetes/insulin-dependent diabetes
  3. Stroke
  4. Alzheimer’s disease
  5. Alcohol abuse
  6. Chronic lung condition
  7. Autoimmune disease

If you are finding these diseases then you must take extra precautions


Polycystic Ovary Disease

Polycystic Ovary Disease

Do you doubt yourself suffering from PCOs?

Then ask yourself 3 questions

  1. Do you have very irregular menstruations, or do you get periods after taking pills?
  2. Do you perceive excessive hair growth on your body (especially on face, chest, and lower abdomen), excessive pimples and acne, and abnormal hair falling on the front part of the head?
  3. Was the diagnosis properly done by experts who are well versed in reproductive endocrinology?

Ultrasound of ovaries is important to make the diagnosis, but we cannot pay too much importance because how, who, where may change the picture of diagnosis.


Cervical cancer awareness by Dr. Sujata Kar

Cervical cancer awareness by Dr. Sujata Kar

Causes of cervical cancers

  • Sexual activity at an early age
  • Multiple sexual partners
  • Poor hygienic practice
  • Multiple child births
  • Infection with HPV( Human Papillomavirus)
  • Smoking tobacco vaccinations

Vaccines are available for cervical cancers. Some forms of cervical cancers can be prevented by vaccines. Three doses of vaccine are mostly administered to the age group of 9-43 in females.

It’s also prevented by having regular screening with Pap smear test. It costs between Rs 200-300. The test should be starting after the age of 21 and after becoming sexually active. Between the age of 30-65 Pap smear and HPV tests should be done every 3-5 years. Test of Pap smear after the age of 65 is not required.

Warning signs:

  • Abnormal and foul vagina discharge
  • Abnormal vagina bleeding
  • Bleeding in between menses
  • Bleeding after intercourse
  • Bleeding after attending menopause


  • Avoid smoking
  • Delay sexual activities
  • Avoid multiple sexual partners