Dr. Chandrika Anand

MBBS, MD, DNB – Senior Obstetrics and Gynecologist


Dr. Chandrika Anand has over two decades (26 yrs)  of experience managing normal and high-risk pregnancies and is well versed in all obstetric procedures. She provides consultation for gynecological conditions like menstrual disorders, fibroids, cysts, infertility, urogynae issues, and cancers of the cervix, uterus, ovaries, and family planning/contraceptive options.

Specialized in providing evidence-based quality healthcare to women of all age groups, she has extensive experience in managing PCOS and has created awareness amongst thousands of college students regarding PCOS. She has various ongoing research projects concerning PCOS. She has worked in the department of Emergency Medicine and has experience in managing all obstetric emergencies.


  • MBBS Mangalore University Kasturba Medical College 1993 First rank in Mangalore University with 8 gold medals
  • MD Bangalore University Bangalore Medical College 1998 First rank in Bangalore University.
  • DNB 2005


  • ESIMSR medical college, Kuppam Associate Professor in Dept. of OBG and Emergency Medicine (till 2018)
  • Saraswathi Speciality Clinic, PCOS Centre, Nagarbhavi, Bangalore (from 2000) Founder Chief Obstetrician and Gynecologist
  • Endocrine Committee FOGSI  South zone Co-ordinator  (2021)
  • PCOS Society of India Patron Member
  • Fortis Hospitals Consultant Obstetrician and Gynecologist
  • Padmashree Diagnostics (An NABL Accredited lab), Vijayanagar, Bangalore Consultant Obstetrician and Gynecologist From 2001

Awards and Accolades:

  • Dr T M A PAI gold medal 1993 MAHE
  • Best outgoing student  1993 Mangalore University
  • Pfizer post graduate award 1998 Pfizer
  • Akkamahadevi  award 2018 Govt of Karnataka Degree college
  • Vaidya Ratna Prashasthi state level 2019 Akhila Karnataka Vipra Vanitha Seva Prathistana

List of Publications:

  • “Plant poisoning—an observational study in a Tri-state region emergency department”S Prakash Babu, Chandrika DG, Kulkarni MR. International Journal of Medical Science and Public Health | 2016 | Vol 5 | Issue 10
  • “A study on demographical and clinical profile and the outcome of snake bite victims in a tristate tertiary care center” Rajesh Krishnappa, Chandrika D G, Ramesh M Gowda, Prakash Babu, Roopesh Banala. International Journal of Medical Science and Public Health | 2016 | Vol 5 | Issue 09
  • “Metabolic Syndrome and PCOS”, Chandrika D G, Endocrinology Committee FOGSI  Vol 10 sept 2020
  • “Aluminium Phosphide Poisoning” – A Literature Review Dr. Befin 1 , Dr. S Prakash Babu 2, Dr. Chandrika D.G 3
  • “Is pH a predictor of prognosis in organophosphorus compound poisoning” Chandrika Anand, Jeedhu Radhakrishnan, Roopesh banala & Gajjehalli saikiran reddy Department of Emergency Medicine, Pesimr, Kuppam, Andrapradesh, India. International Journal of General Medicine and Pharmacy (IJGMP),ISSN(P): 2319-3999; ISSN(E): 2319-4006,Vol. 5, Issue 5, Aug – Sep 2016; 21-24 © IASET
  • “Acute Pancreatitis in pregnancy” Chandrika Anand. Vol 19 April 2021 Endocrinology Committee FOGSI

Areas of Special Interest:

  • PCOS
  • High risk pregnancy
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