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Rina Agrawal

Rina Agrawal
Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, London


Dr Rina Agrawal is a Consultant in Reproductive Medicine and in Obstetrics / Gynaecology in the NHS working both in London and Warwickshire. She is also a Hon. Associate Professor in Reproductive Medicine at Warwick University and has dual accreditation in both UK and in India. Dr Agrawal has had 25 years experience in Gynaecology and Obstetrics and over 17 years experience in Fertility and Assisted Conception.


She is known for her Holistic approach to patient care which focuses not only on the medical issues but the overall wellbeing of her patients. She is well known amongst her patients for her kind, sensitive, caring and warm nature.She received her formal training in Gynaecology and Obsetrics both in UK and in India and in Reproductive Medicine and Assisted Conception at University College Hospital, London where she did her PhD. She was the Director at London Womens Clinic & Hallam Medical Centre for several years; the first centre in UK to offer Assisted Reproduction. She has worked with Prof Howard Jacobs who contributed enormously to the field of IVF and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, Prof Bob Edwards who pioneered IVF and created the worlds first IVF baby, Prof Stuart Campbell who pioneered the use of Ultrasonography and Prof SL Tan who heads the department of Obs/Gyn at McGills University.


She also has an independent practice at Harley Street in London and at the Portland Hospital, The London Clinic, Centre of Reproductive Medicine (CRM London) and London Fertility Centre in London. She has individually managed over 5000 cycles of IVF/ICSI and more than 7000 insemination treatment cycles over the last 17 years. Rina has published extensively over the years in several international journals. She has over 45 publications; co edited a book on PCOS and has been an invited speaker in over 70 national & international meetings over the years.

    Clinical interests

  • Dr Rina Agrawal’s main speciality and clinical expertise are consultations, procedures and operations related to Assisted Conception, Fertility, Recurrent Miscarriages, Reproductive Endocrinology and Gynaecology. Her many years of experiences both in UK and overseas have given her a greater insight into the care of complex clinical problems. She also works closely with several experienced colleagues in various specialities which makes it possible for her to provide a multidisciplinary approach to patient care.

    Dr Agrawal provides a holistic approach to patient care and besides being able to competently deal with medical issues she focuses on the overall wellbeing of her patients. She is well known amongst her patients for her kind, sensitive, caring and warm nature. She is able to offer continuity of care and is available around the clock for emergency advice and consultations, which patients have found very reassuring.

    Research interests

  • Dr Agrawal received her formal training in Reproductive Medicine at University College London Hospitals, where she completed her PhD. Her main academic contributions were in the field of assisted reproduction and reproductive endocrinology with a particular interest in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, ovarian stimulation protocols/medications, ultrasound and Doppler examination, and exploring the role of angiogenic factors which form new blood vessels (VEGF) in improving pregnancy rates.

    Dr Agrawal has published extensively over the years and referees for several international journals, such as Human Reproduction and Human Fertility. She has produced over 50 publications, including a book on Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, and has been an invited speaker in over 70 national and international meetings over the years.

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