Narinder Brar, D.
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This was followed by a residency in Obstetrics and gynecology at Albany Medical College in New York, where she ultimately served as chief resident. Brar has practiced in the West Valley Arizona since Bell Rd.
Ovarian cancer left untreated, AZ and it can be reached at Monday through Friday from ovarian cancer left untreated to 4 pm to schedule appointments. We asked Dr.
Brar a few questions to which she was very pleased to respond. Brar: - Born in a small town in India, very early in my life I had decided to become a doctor. During my medical school in India I felt very sympathetic to women patients and felt I had a special connection with them.
This was reinforced when I rotated through obstetrics. Reporter: - When and where did you receive ovarian cancer left untreated Reporter: - Are you board-certified? Brar: - Certification by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology ovarian cancer left untreated one of my proud possessions.
Reporter: - How ovarian cancer left untreated babies have you delivered since you have become a doctor?
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Brar: - On the average there ovarian cancer left untreated 20 to 30 deliveries per month in my practice and I delivered a lot of babies since my residency. Reporter: - Do you have children of your own? Brar: -We are proud parents of an 12 year old boy and 7 year old daughter. Reporter: - What types of tests are normally performed on a pregnant woman? Is it based on age, background, health history?
Brar: ovarian cancer left untreated Standard tests on a pregnant woman are an Ob panel, blood tests for anemia, testing for venereal diseases, diabetes and testing for infections of the vaginal tract.
We also try to determine if there are any malformations of the baby. In office ultrasound is available to see how the baby is growing.
Reporter: - Does a patient have a choice of hospitals prior to delivery? Reporter: - How long have you been in Arizona? What made you choose the City of Surprise?
Brar: - I have been in Arizona for seven years and we came here because of the beautiful weather. Reporter: - What are your philosophies on hormone therapy, for pre-menopause and menopausal patients?
Brar: - Hormone therapy is a very complex subject and solutions have to be individualized. Reporter: - What are the signs or symptoms of Ovarian Cancer? If left untreated what is the survival rate? Brar: -Ovarian cancer unfortunately has very vague symptoms like abdominal pain, feeling fullness, bloating, and nausea.
Many patients have no symptoms, hence it is important to follow with your doctor annually for GYN examinations.
Women’s Health: Pregnancy and Birth
Brar: -It is so gratifying to bring new life in the world and I enjoy the happiness of the family and feel professionally satisfied to see a healthy baby doing well. Brar: -The Romanian community has provided me the opportunity to serve them with their Obstetrics and Gynecology needs.
I feel a special bond with them as they reflect my own personal and family beliefs. Octavian Curpas - Surprise, Arizona.