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Obstetrics and Gynaecology

We provide complete Obstetric Care. Our doctors diagnose and treat diseases of the female reproductive organs in patients across all age groups. These include disorders relating to women’s health, adolescent health, pre-marital counselling and early pregnancy care to post-natal care. Prenatal care covers medical care during pregnancy, delivery, and postpartum period. Conditions such as diabetes, infection, haemorrhage, urinary issues and gynaecological issues require Obstetric care.

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In this surgical procedure, cysts in one or both the ovaries are removed using a laparoscope. Using a laparoscope involves smaller incisions rather than a larger abdominal incision. This reduces post-surgery recovery time. Cysts are removed if they are suspected to be cancerous or cause pain or are large and solid.

It is a surgical procedure for the removal of uterus alone or the uterus along with the ovaries and the fallopian tubes. A laparoscope aids in viewing the organs and the actual removal of the uterus is performed using other surgical instruments. Some common reasons for a total hysterectomy include fibroids, heavy menstrual bleeding, endometriosis, cancer, thickening of the uterus or the prolapse of the uterus.

Laparoscopic sterilisation is a surgical procedure to permanently prevent pregnancy. The procedure works by blocking the fallopian tubes either by sealing or removing the fallopian tubes. The procedure is intended for permanent loss of fertility.

Small incisions in the abdomen is made during this surgical procedure to remove non-cancerous growth or fibroids from the uterus. It is used to relieve heavy menstrual bleeding, pain in the pelvic region, and pressure on the bladder or bowel.

In this procedure a thin, flexible and lighted tube is inserted through the vagina to examine the cervix and the uterus. It is used to remove tissues for a biopsy and for removing polyps and fibroids.

A diagnostic laparoscopy is done to diagnose and treat conditions such as inflammation of the pelvis, endometriosis, various causes of infertility and for removing ovarian cysts, lymph nodes, fibroids and ectopic pregnancy. Small incisions are made and a camera is inserted in this procedure.

A fertilised egg should normally get implanted in the uterus. In some cases, it gets implanted in the fallopian tube or somewhere else in the abdomen. This results in an ectopic pregnancy. It may involve removal of both the ectopic pregnancy and the fallopian tube or only the ectopic pregnancy. This will depend on bleeding and whether the fallopian tubes are ruptured/damaged.

A non-surgical procedure, Fallopian tube recanalization is done to clear blockages in the fallopian tubes. There can be blockages in the fallopian tubes due to infections, built-up debris or scarring as a result of surgery.

The cervix is the lower part of the uterus that forms a canal that opens into the uterus. A cervical biopsy is performed if abnormalities such as the presence of human papillomavirus, genital warts, polyps or precancerous cells is found after a pelvic examination or a Pap Smear test. During this surgical procedure, a small amount of tissue is removed from the cervix.

It is a surgical intervention to repair defects in the wall of the vagina. This includes cystocele involving the protrusion of the urinary bladder into the vagina and rectocele which involves the protrusion of the rectum into the vagina.

In this diagnostic procedure, a colposcopy is used to visually examine the cervix, vagina and the vulva and determine if there are unhealthy, abnormal or cancerous tissues. The device provides for an illuminated and magnified view of the tissues facilitating directed biopsies.

A procedure done to stop heavy menstrual bleeding. The endometrial lining (inner lining) of the uterus is removed during this procedure. Women undergoing this procedure cannot bear children.

It is a medical procedure that is done to aid in diagnosing if there are any cancerous cells or cell abnormalities in the uterus. A small piece of tissue is removed from the inner lining of the uterus is removed after which it is examined under a microscope.

It is carried out to remove cancerous, pre-cancerous or unhealthy tissues from the vulva. A part or the whole of the vulva is removed including the labia and the clitoris.