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Dr Rajan
Dr Rajan is a board certified Ob/Gyn who specializes in Urogynecology and urinary incontinence. She is a Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, and a Member of the American Urogynecological Society. Dr. Rajan did her Ob/Gyn residency at Mount Sinai Hospital in Chicago, and her Urogynecology and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery fellowship at Brigham and Women's Hospital/ Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. After completing her fellowship she continued her clinical practice at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, and was also a clinical instructor at Harvard Medical School. Dr Rajan is well known for her considerable knowledge and skill, and in staying updated with the latest technological advancements in her field. She is currently affiliated with Winchester Hospital in Winchester MA.

"I have the privilege of saying that my professional life is truly fulfilling. Everyday, I am amazed by the difference that we as urogynecologists can make in improving the quality of life of women.
It is unfortunate that so many millions of women suffer silently with the embarrassment of urinary incontinence and prolapse. Very few women are aware of urogynecology as a field and even fewer know about the minimally invasive treatment options that are available to them. Both urinary incontinence and prolapse can be crippling, and can prevent women from enjoying life and the multitude of activities that keep them healthy and happy. I hope to offer these women a renewed enjoyment of life. I seek to educate them, alleviate their fears, and reassure them that they are not alone; and that there are excellent treatments available to improve their condition.
It has been a tremendously rewarding experience for me to hear a woman say "I have my life back and I don't have to wear a pad anymore". What is more exciting is the rapid innovation that is happening in this field that enables me to provide cutting edge treatment options that are minimally invasive.
I feel that the most important thing in my practice is the time I spend with my patients. It is my goal to give each patient the time she deserves and to provide compassionate, knowledgeable, and professional medical and surgical care. As a physician, I endeavor to provide counseling and education as an integral part of my practice. I try to individualize my recommendations and treatment plans to fit each patient's needs. Being a women and a mother, I am able to understand and empathize with my patients and have learned a lot about life and values from my patients and for this I am grateful. When I am not working, I love to spend time with my husband and two children. I enjoy music, dance and traveling.

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I have had a bladder leakage problem for most of my life. Over the past 7 years it has become so bad that I was finding it hard to deal with. I had severe incontinence, sitting up quickly, sneezing, bearing down, laughing, coughing, physical activity such as lifting jogging, bending or stooping. To the point that I had to stop going to the gym.

Over the past few years, I have suffered from a condition called "Stress Incontinence," which is urine leakage brought on by, exercise, laughing and sneezing. I had to wear a protective pad that was both uncomfortable and embarrassing.My Gynecologist recommended Dr. Sujatha Rajan; a Urological Gynecologist to help with my problem.

I want to thank Dr. Rajan for helping me solve my bladder problem. It was easy to discuss the problem with you and how you would solve my problem. The surgery was as you discussed and was a sucess!!!