“A gynaecologist with special interest in laparoscopy, I am a strong believer and proud follower of ethical, evidence based medicine. Having worked at tertiary care hospitals in both government and corporate sector I was able to gain vast clinical knowledge and surgical experience in two drastically different settings- one with the most basic facilities and yet handling the most complex cases and the other with the latest technology and infrastructure to match present global standards.
Practicing medicine is not just my profession but my passion- it’s my first love!”

Know Your Doctor

Dr. Ankita Mittal did her MBBS (2011) and MS (2014) from the prestigious Pt. B. D. Sharma Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak. After a brief spell of senior residency at her alma mater, she went to Munich in pursuit of her passion for laparoscopy. There she did her first fellowship in minimally invasive gynaecological surgery at a referral center for laparoscopy and endometriosis under Dr. Otto Kabdebo and Dr. Robert Theiss. After coming back to India, she completed the ICOG certificate course in gynaecological endoscopy under the aegis of Dr. Pragnesh Shah (Ahmedabad). In January 2016, she came back to Gurgaon, her home town and joined Artemis hospital (Gurgaon) where she worked till April, 2019. At present she does her OPDs at her clinics in Palam Vihar and DLF Phase IV and at UPHI Hospital, Golf course road and is a visiting consultant to various reputed hospitals in the city (Max, C K Birla, Cloud nine and Columbia Asia).

Procedures Performed

Pap Smear- Screening for Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer screening is used to find changes in the cells of the cervix that could lead to cancer. The cervix is the opening to the uterus and is located at the top of the vagina. Screening includes cervical cytology (also called the Pap test or Pap smear) and, for some women, testing for human papillomavirus (HPV).

IUCD (Intrauterine Contraceptive Device)

An Intrauterine Contraceptive Device (IUCD) is a device which is inserted into the uterus (womb) to prevent pregnancy. There are many types of IUCDs and they come in different shapes and sizes. Commonly used types are IUCDs containing copper.

Endometrial Biopsy

An endometrial biopsy is a way for your doctor to check for problems in your uterus. That’s the pear-shaped organ in your lower belly that holds a baby during pregnancy.

The procedure takes just a few minutes and is often done in your doctor’s office. It’s very safe.


Vaccination is a procedure in which the immune system is exposed to an antigen, such as an inactivated toxin or attenuated pathogen, to elicit antigen-specific clonal expansion (i.e., the proliferation of T cells and B cells that recognize the antigen).

Menopause Symptoms and Treatments

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Preconceptional Advise

Well Woman Checkup

Subfertility Workup, Including Procedures Like IUI and Tubal Patency Testing

Pregnancy Care and Delivery, Including High Risk Pregnancy Management

Contraception Counseling

Menstrual Issues- Irregular/ Missed/ Scanty/ Heavy Periods

Menopausal/ Perimenopausal Concerns

Adolescent Gynaecological Consultations

General Gynaecological Problems

Laparoscopy- Hysteroscopy

Hysterectomy- Abdominal/ Laparoscopic/ Vaginal

Ovarian Cystectomy- Open/ Laparoscopic


Adhesiolysis- Laparoscopic/ Hysteroscopic

Laparoscopic Management of Endometriosis

Cervical cancer screening- pap smear & HPV DNA testing

IUCD (eg. Copper T, Multiload, Mirena) Insertion/ Removal

Endometrial Biopsy


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Latest Blog

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome: Myths & Facts

This blogpost is about one of the most common health problem affecting young ladies these days- the very (in)famous- “polycystic ovarian syndrome”!!! As a gynaecologist I see so many patients who are concerned because they are having symptoms due to “multiple cysts” in their ovaries. Some are even worried that these “cysts” might require surgery or may be cancerous. Some