The distinguished doctors of the Gynaecology department at our Hospital serve every woman with compassion and empathetic care at every stage of their life. Our team consists of highly trained and experienced doctors who are advanced in the field of gynecology to ensure outstanding patient care, and treat them with all the advanced technology and follow the global standards.
This surgery is performed due to abnormality in uterus faced by the patient. This abnormality results in heavy, prolonged and painful periods. Hysterectomy is removing the uterus through a small incision in the lower abdomen. This offers a reliable solution to the problem. Many times the cervix is removed too, that is known as Total Abdominal Hysterectomy (TAH).
This is a chronic disease faced by the women at large. It involves endometrial tissues that are only found in uterus, where a fetus develops. The tissue lining the inside of the uterus (womb) establishes itself in sites of the body other than the uterus – mostly, within the pelvis. These tissues continuously respond to hormones, they swell, bleed and break down but the rigid part is they are not able to pass from the body during periods. This makes the surrounding tissues inflamed with scars.
As the name suggests, this involves giving birth to a baby through the vagina. This natural method of giving birth with an episiotomy lets the mother stay at the hospital for 2 days.
C-section or Caesarean section involves one or more incisions near mother’s abdomen and uterus area to deliver a baby. This surgery is only carried out when the baby’s or mother’s life is at risk due to normal delivery.
The uterus in a woman’s body is supported by various tissues, muscles and ligaments. Uterus prolapse happens when the ligaments, tissues and muscles supporting become weak and cannot support the uterus to stay in the normal position. The uterus slips down from its original position. The treatment involves the tightening of these muscles and bringing uterus back on its position.
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) is a grave infection in the female reproductive organs. The female reproductive organs include ovaries, fallopian tubes and uterus. PID causes scar tissue in the pelvis and fallopian tubes. PID is responsible for infertility, chronic pelvic pain or a future tubal pregnancy.
To find out if there is any inflammation, infection or abnormalities near lower narrow end of a woman’s uterus also known as woman’s cervix area, PAP Smear is performed. This gives a clear picture about the abnormalities that may turn into cancer. The procedure is used to direct proper location for tissue biopsy and it is also used to monitor apt treatment of cervix abnormalities.
When the bacteria invades the urinary system and multiples it means the woman is suffering from Urinary Tract Infections. It is highly possible that this infection can happen in any part of the urinary system but as it is found usually it happens in the Urethra – the tube that carries urine out of our body.