Gynaecology Treatment is the medical practice dealing with the health of the female reproductive systems (vagina, uterus, and ovaries) and the breasts.
It is surgical removal of uterus by abdominal/ vaginal/ laparoscopic route. Our skilled gynecological surgeons perform the procedure to treat a range of noncancerous, precancerous, and cancerous conditions that can affect your reproductive system.
Removal of the ovarian tumor leaving behind healthy ovarian tissue is called ovarian cystectomy. It is an operation of choice especially when ovaries are involved with tumor (benign neoplasm) in young females.
Gynaecologic laparoscopy uses a laparoscope to look inside your pelvic area which reduces the size of incision significantly. The range of surgical procedures performed with the use of laparoscope or hysteroscope is designated as endoscopic surgery. Laparoscopy can be diagnostic, therapeutic or both.
Painless delivery refers to the use of an epidural injection to relieve pain during labour. It is injected once you are in active labour (3 contractions/ 10min). It does not give complete pain relief but significantly reduces it. Mother is conscious and does not miss out on the experience of child birth.
A normal pregnancy usually develops inside the uterus of woman, When fertilised egg implants outside the uterus, such as in fallopian tube, ovaries, cervix is called ectopic pregnancy. It is managed medically or surgically, depending on the condition of patient and type of ectopic pregnancy.
Female sterilisation is a permanent method to prevent pregnancy (contraception). It is relatively simple procedure where fallopian tubes are blocked or sealed to prevent the egg from fertilisation by sperm. There are two methods- tubal ligation and tubectomy.
Caesarean delivery (C-section) is a surgical procedure used to deliver a baby through incisions in the abdomen and uterus after the completion of 28 weeks atleast. This is usually planned ahead in case of complication or if you don’t want to have vaginal delivery.
It is a surgical technique in which cervix is dilated and uterine covering is scraped using an instrument. This is one of the commonest procedures done. Indication may be diagnostic therapeutic or combined.
It is a diagnostic method used to find the causes of female infertility. The technique of hysteroscopy is done with laparoscopy.
Presence of functional endometrium at sites other than uterine mucosa is endometriosis. It is a benign condition. 1 out of 10 women suffer from this. These deposits can cause a number of symptoms such as pelvic pain and infertility. Hormones influence the disease. Treatment can be medical or surgical.