Obstetric & Gynecologist Department
Gynecologists focus on the non-pregnancy aspects of a woman’s reproductive health. Women often begin seeing a gynecologist when they become sexually active or at the onset of puberty if needed. Women visit their gynecologist through menopause and beyond.
Regular gynecological exams are important for a woman’s health. Gynecologists perform standard examinations, such as Pap tests and pelvic exams. They may also be seen for diagnosis and/or treatment of a variety of conditions, including:
- Cancer of the ovaries, uterus, cervix, vagina or fallopian tubes
- Prolapse: a condition in which the pelvic organs slip forward or downward within the body, often after menopause in women
- Yeast or bacterial infections
- Painful intercourse
- Irregular menstruation or pain during menstruation.
- Other menopause-related diseases
- Endometriosis: a painful condition in which uterine tissue grows outside the uterus
- Cervical and vaginal polyps
- Fibroids: compact tumors that develop in the uterus
- Ovarian cysts
In addition, a gynecologist can perform surgical procedures on reproductive organs. Some of the most common procedures include:
- Hysterectomy: Removal of the uterus
- Oophorectomy: Removal of the ovaries
- Salpingectomy: Removal of the fallopian tubes
- Tubal ligation: Permanent birth control surgery
- Cone biopsy: Removal of precancerous cells from the cervix after a Pap test
- Labiaplasty: Surgical reshaping of external genitalia.
We provide following obstetric services:
- ANC check up/opd.
- Uncomplicated deliveries.
- Uncomplicated lscs.
- MTP upto 20wks.
- Vaccinations during pregnancy.
- 24 hrs delivery room services.
- 24 hrs anc services opd/ipd.
- Obstetric opd available from 3pm to 6pm.
- Gynecologist will attend the each and every emergency obstetric services.
- postnatal care OPD/IPD.