Dr. Amal AL Mulla
Your Consultant Obstetrics and Gynecologist in Dubai
For Managing High-Risk Pregnancies &
Advanced Gynecological Services
Her vast knowledge in the field and compassion towards women has helped her treat 10,000+ patients in her 20+ years of practice in UAE
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Dr Amal is a motivated and passionate medical professional with vast experience of over 20 years as an Obstetrician, Gynaecologist, and Infertility Specialist.
She has been associated with various reputed hospitals in the United Arab Emirates and currently working at Mediclinic.
She has specialised in treating patients with Infertility, with a special interest in Polycystic Ovaries Syndrome. She has previously worked with the Dubai Health Authority, Dubai Gynaecology & Infertility Center, and Bourn Hall Fertility Centre.
She is highly educated and has studied around the globe, completing a master’s degree in Egypt before going on to obtain Membership in London (UK), Dublin (Ireland) and the Arab Board.
She exercises the highest possible standard of patient care according to International guidelines.
Dr Amal Is the proud mother of Nada Al Bedwawi, the first UAE swimmer who represented the UAE in the Rio Olympics 2016 and was the flag holder.
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Dr Amal In The Media
On Sharjah TV
Dr. Amal Al Mulla delivered an informative talk about the changes at puberty in females at Dubai National School. The session focused on the physical growth and development in a female’s body that occurs during puberty and the ways to take greater control of their bodies as they pass through this phase of their lives.
"Childbirth is more admirable than conquest, more amazing than self-defence, and as courageous as either one."
– Gloria Steinem
Women’s Health Blog
How to Treat Vaginal Dryness In Menopause
My vagina is as dry as the Sahara desert!” was written in all block letters by a recent patient on the top of their paperwork as their chief complaint. I chuckled as I entered the room, but luckily was able to offer them a variety of treatment options.
Most women know that menopause often causes women to experience their “own person summers” with hot flashes and night sweats, but another common symptom is vaginal dryness, which can mean painful and less enjoyable sex.
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