Specialized center for General Gynaecology Treatment

General Gynaecology is the medical practice dealing with the health of the female reproductive systems

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General Gynaecology Surgeries

Vaginal Urinary Tract Infection

Also known as UTI, it is an infection caused in vagina and kidney. Upper UTI affects kidney; whereas the lower UTI affects ureter, urethra or bladder.

Vaginal Discharge

The discharge fluid carries away bacteria to keep the vagina clean. When this discharge gives a foul smell, it may be related to a disease or weakness.

Vaginal Dryness

Vaginal Dryness occurs when a drop in estrogen level reduces the moisture in the vagina.This condition can be problematic at the time of sexual intercourse.

Painful Sex management

Painful sexual intercourse, also termed as dyspareunia, is the recurrent or persistent pain in the vagina while having intercourse

Pelvic Pain Management

Pelvic pain occurs in the lower abdomen area under certain circumstances like when women are menstruating, having intercourse or due to infection

Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a condition in which tissues from the endometrium starts growing outside the uterus, typically on the ovaries, fallopian tubes or intestines.

Fibroids

Fibroids are circular shaped extra growths that develop in the uterus. They are mostly benign, or non-cancerous.

Irregular Periods

Abnormal uterine bleeding can occur due to many reasons, including problems due to ovulation, hormonal imbalance or abnormalities in the vagina, cervix or uterus

PCOD/PCOS

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS and PCOD) is a hormonal disorder in which a woman's body produces higher than normal levels of the male hormone, androgens.

General Gynaecology

We treat all gynaecology related conditions including abnormal uterine bleeding, menopausal symptoms, pelvic pain, fibroids, incontinence, uterine myomata, abnormal pap smears, vulvar abnormalities, adolescent gynaecology disorders and menstrual complaints.

Common Problems and Treatments

Abnormal Uterine Bleeding/Irregular periods

Abnormal uterine bleeding can occur due to many reasons, including problems due to ovulation, hormonal imbalance or abnormalities in the vagina, cervix or uterus. Abnormal bleeding can be: Prolonged — longer than a normal menstrual period

Frequent — less than 21 days from the first day of one bleeding period to the first day of the next Heavier than usual — requiring more than one pad/tampon every hour during the heaviest time. Abnormal bleeding may be treated with hormone balancing medication. At times hysteroscopy might be required to remove a polyp or fibroid inside the uterus.

Heavy bleeding can also be reduced or stopped by endometrial ablation, a procedure in which the uterine lining is removed. Some women undergo hysterectomy, or removal of the uterus, as a more definitive way of ending abnormal bleeding.

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS and PCOD) is a hormonal disorder in which a woman's body produces higher than normal levels of the male hormone, androgens. These high levels of androgens prevent the ovaries from producing enough progesterone, which is necessary for a normal menstrual cycle. This results in undeveloped egg follicles, which turn into small cysts in the ovaries that prevent ovulation. PCOS affects approximately five to ten percent of women of childbearing age and is a leading cause of infertility. It is also the most common hormonal disorder among premenopausal women.

Cervical Vaccination

Cervical Vaccination of young women (15-25 years of age) against human papillomavirus (HPV) has been shown to be quite effective in preventing development of moderate or severe cervical precancerous lesions associated with HPV-16 or -18.

Cervical Screening

A Cervical Screening Test is a quick and simple test to check the health of the cervix. The test checks for the presence of human papillomavirus (HPV) infection. There are multiple types of human papilloma virus causing different types of infections as well as abnormal cervical cell change that may lead to cervical cancer.

Pap Smear Test

Pap smears are screening tests to detect potential precancerous and cancerous processes in the cervix. During the test, a swab is inserted into the vagina to collect cell samples. The cells are then sent to a lab for examination; diagnosis of which might lead to further preventive procedures.

Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a condition in which tissues from the membrane that normally line the uterus — the endometrium — start growing outside the uterus, typically on the ovaries, fallopian tubes, intestines or other areas in the pelvis. This lining behaves same as the endometrium and accumulates blood, but at the end of the monthly period is unable to shed the blood. The accumulation of tissues and blood can cause inflammation and scarring, which can lead to other conditions, particularly pelvic pain and infertility. Blood trapped in the ovaries may develop into benign cysts called endometrioma.

Fibroids

Fibroids are circular shaped extra growths that develop in the uterus. They are mostly benign, or non-cancerous. Fibroids range in size from as small as a pea to as large as a melon. Some fibroids can grow steadily during the reproductive years, while some can remain the same size for many years. All fibroids stop growing after menopause. In case fibroids grow even after menopause, it is a case of concern and medical attention is required. Usually, fibroids cause no symptoms hence it is advisable to get one regularly checked.

Colposcopy and Cryotherapy

Colposcopy is a method of taking a close-up look at the cervix for abnormal growth. In case of abnormal cell or tissue growth, colposcopy is combined with cryotherapy to destroy these cells. In cryotherapy the cells are frozen to a very cold temperature, which causes the infected cells to die and then these cells are removed from the cervix.

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