Profile of Dr. Yuthika Bajpai


Current : Division of Reproductive Medicine, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Regency Hospital Limited, Kanpur, India

Dr. Yuthika Bajpai has hands on experience with state of the art reproductive medicine techniques including IVF-ICSI, Microsurgical Tuboplasty, Hysteroscopic Cannulation, Endoscopic Gynecological Surgeries, Amniocentesis, Chorionic Villous Sampling, Cordocentesis and Intra Uterine Transfusion.

She is currently the head of the IVF program at Regency hospital. She has setup the Reproductive Medicine Department in Regency Hospital with Infertility and IVF Unit, Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology Unit and Menopausal Unit. The Pediatric & Adolescent Endocrinology Unit, the first in the state, will provide care to young girls with complex gynecological problems.

Under her tenure the IVF program has catered to more than 3000 ART cycles till date. The IVF unit of Regency hospital was the first unit in the region to have a live birth with frozen embryos. This unit has become the first unit in state of Uttar Pradesh to incorporate the Time-Lapse technology, which involves continuous monitoring of embryos inside the incubator.


  • MBBS : GRMC, Gwalior (2001)
  • MD (Obstetrics & Gynecology) : AIIMS, New Delhi (2004)
  • Senior Resident (Obstetrics & Gynecology) : AIIMS, New Delhi (2005)
  • Fellow (Pediatric & Adolocent Gynecology) : RCH, Melbourne (2008)
  • Fellow (Reproductive Medicine) : Melbourne IVF (2008)

Awards / Recognition

  • Dr. Hingorani Gold Medal for being the best postgraduate in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India, 2005
  • KW Hazratji Gold Medal for being the best undergraduate in Medicine, Gajra Raje Medical College, Gwalior, India, 2000
  • Semifinalists in the national undergraduate quiz organized by the Indian Academy of Pediatrics, 1999
  • AP Karwate Gold Medal for being the best undergraduate in Physiology, Gajra Raje Medical College, Gwalior, India, 1997
  • Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) merit certificate in Biology for achieving 99.9 percentile rank in 12th standard, 1995
  • First prize in Indian Public School Quiz 1993



    1. Evaluation of glyceryl trinitrate, misoprostol and dinoprostone for pre-induction cervical ripening in term pregnancy

    1. Vimala N, Mittal S, Kumar S, Sharma Y. A randomized comparison of sublingual and vaginal misoprostol for cervical priming before suction termination of first-trimester pregnancy. Contraception. 2004; 70: 117-120.
    2. Sharma Y, Kumar S, Mittal S, Misra R, Dadhwal V. Evaluation of glyceryl trinitrate, misoprostol and dinoprostone for pre-induction cervical ripening in term pregnancy. J Obstet Gynaecol Res. 2005; 31: 210-215.
    3. Sharma Y, Sharma JB, Mittal S. Urinary incontinence. Obstetrics and Gynecology Today 2005; 10: 38-43.
    4. Sharma Y, Bajpai A, Mittal S, Kabra M, Menon PSN. Ovarian cysts in young girls with hypothyroidism: Long term follow-up and effect of treatment. Journal of Pediatric Endocrinology and Metabolism 2006; 19: 895-900.
    5. Dhadwal V, Deka D, Sharma A, Sharma Y, Bahadur A. Tetraploid mixoploidy presenting as refractory hydrops in a case of immune hemolytic anemia. Prenat Diagn. 2007 Dec;27(13):1262.
    6. Grover S, Sharma Y, Mittal S. Uterine torsion: a missed diagnosis in young girls? J Pediatr Adolesc Gynecol. 2009; 22: e5-8.
    7. Sharma A, Paliwal P, Dadhwal V, Sharma Y, Deka D. Rare finding of 2n/4n mixoploidy in mother and fetus with severe immune hydrops. Cytogenet Genome Res. 2009;124:90-3.



    1. Evaluation of glyceryl trinitrate, misoprostol and dinoprostone for pre-induction cervical ripening in term pregnancy. 28th Asian Oceanic Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Bangalore, India, 2002.
    2. Pregnancy outcome in chronic renal failure. Indian society of Perinatology and Reproductive Biology, New Delhi, India, 2003.
    3. Ovarian cysts in girls with hypothyroidism: Follow-up and effect of treatment. 7th Combined ESPE- LWPES meeting Lyon, France, September 2005.
    4. Vulval swelling in young girls. Australian Council of Education, Cairns, 2007.
    5. Etiology and clinical profile of Non-Ulcerative Vulval Swellings in Young Girls. Accepted for presentation at the North American Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology Conference, Atlanta, USA, 2007.
    6. Adolescent Gynecology. Adolescon, Gurgaon, 2010.
    7. Hyperandrogenism in young girls. I Practical Pediatric Endocrine Course, Kanpur, 2012.
    8. Debate Antagonist Vs Agonist cycle; Speaker in favor of Antagonist protocol. Academy of Clinical Embryologist, Bangalore, India, 2013.
    9. Adolescent gynecology- New kid on the block. III Practical Pediatric Endocrinology Course, Gurgaon, 2014.
    10. Resource person, Endocrinology Workshop, UP Pedicon, Kanpur 2014.
    11. Luteal phase Defect and Unruptured luteinized follicle: Myth Vs Reality. Academy of Clinical Embryologist, Indore, India, 2014.
    12. Polycystic ovarian syndrome. GOGS Symposium, Gurgaon, April 2015.
    13. Academy of Clinical Embryologist, Kochi, India, August 2015.
    14. Resource personnel, Endocrinology Workshop, Adolescent Health Academy, Mangalore, August 2015.
    15. Polycystic ovarian syndrome- Gynecological perspectives. Adoelscon, Mangalore, 2015.
    16. Debate on “Fresh versus Frozen Embryo transfer”. Speaker in favor of Fresh embryo transfer. National conference and UPCOG, Kanpur, India, November 2015.
    17. Role of Estrogen, GnRH Agonist and HCG in Luteal phase support of ART cycles. Indian fertility society, New Delhi, December 2015.
    18. Resource personnel, Endocrinology Workshop, KOGS, Kanpur January 2016.
    19. Uterine factor and IVF. ACE Jaipur 27th August 2016.
    20. Physiology of Folliculogenesis and its pharmacological manipulation Fertivision 9th December, 2016, Lucknow.

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