Shamim Patel is a Chicago-based Obgyn and reproductive endocrinologist. In her role, she continues to provide comprehensive fertility care to patients, from initial consultation and testing to treatment and delivery. Dr. Shamim Patel has provided fertility services over the years and helped thousands of patients achieve their dream of starting a family. She decided to venture into this field out of her love for children and the joy of being able to help raise families.

Seeing women suffer from problems such as endometriosis, fibroid tumors in the uterus, pelvic pain, abnormal urine bleeding, and high-risk pregnancies have also been a motivating factor in her career. Dr. Patel has been very successful in helping patients with these conditions and has even helped some of them become pregnant when all hope seemed lost.
She is one of the few specialists in Da Vinci Robotic surgery and has performed numerous surgeries using this technology. Dr. Patel has also been involved in research projects and published papers on various fertility and reproductive health topics.

She continues to make significant philanthropic contributions, most notably donating 1/3 of her income to a charity. She has built shelters for the homeless in various parts of the world and homeless shelters, and built water wells to provide clean water to villages in need. She regularly donates to mercy USA, SUPPORT 7 ORPHANS, helping hands the USA, and Chicago
food bank.
In her free time, she enjoys reading classical literature and poetry.

What is your hobby?

My favorite hobby is reading classical literature and poetry. I especially enjoy works by Shakespear and Hamlette. They often come off as simple reads, but after closer inspection, provide excellent insight into the human condition.

How did you get started with this hobby?

My love for classical literature dates back to Humanities class art classes in college, where I was first exposed to some great works of literature. I was immediately hooked and had been reading them ever since.

Tell us what you love about your hobby.

If you have read classical literature, you know how relaxing and interesting it is. It takes me into a different world far from my industry. Shakespeare, in particular, is a great writer because he captures the human experience in such a relatable way. It makes you think about your life and what it means to be alive.

What types of things/equipment have you spent money on for your hobby?

I am a book fanatic, so that tends to be where most of my money goes. I have an entire library of all different types of books in my home. It features a collection of classical literature, modern novels, and biographies. I also have a nice leather-bound set of Shakespearian plays that I like to read from time to time.



What are some of your favorite places to shop for your hobby?

One thing about book lovers is they will shop anywhere provided that they have a good selection. I have favorite bookstores all over the world that I love to visit. However, Barnes and Nobel have been the best places to find what I have been looking for in recent years. They always have a great selection of books, both new and old.

How much money have you invested into this? How much would a beginner have to invest to get started?

The best thing about classical literature materials is that they are not expensive. You do not need to spend a lot of money to get started.

Are there any good books for beginners?

For someone just starting, I recommend reading some more famous works, such as Romeo and Juliet or Hamlet. Taming the Shrew and Mid Summers Night Dream are also great options. These works will give you an excellent introduction to the writing style and provide some context for understanding the deeper themes in the other works.

Are there any online videos you recommend to help beginners?

How has your hobby changed your life?

The relaxation and enjoyment I get from reading have positively impacted my life. It helps me unwind after a long day and provides me with an escape from our hectic world. It has also helped me to become a more well-rounded and knowledgeable person.

What advice do you have for others starting out with this hobby?

Start gradually and work your way up. Do not try to read too much at once or you will become overwhelmed and discouraged. Take your time with each work and savor it. Also, do not be afraid to reread a work multiple times. You will find that your understanding of it deepens each time you go through it.