Obstetrics And Gynaecology

Medica’s Obstetrics and Gynecology department offers comprehensive diagnosis and management of the entire scope of clinical pathology involving female reproductive organs and provides advanced care for both pregnant and non-pregnant patients.

We believe in administering holistic management of all patients, encompassing their mental, physical and emotional health as a means to provide a complete solution for all their gynaecological problems. Our department is fully integrated with state-of-the-art treatment units and facilities that enable our Gynaecologists to treat you better.

Obstetrics And Gynaecology: Condition & Treatments

Hysterectomy

The problem in the uterus is a common condition in females. In most cases, the women can get relief through consuming prescribed drugs. However, in some situations, the doctor suggests removing the uterus. The surgical process of removing the uterus is a method known as hysterectomy.

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Ovarian Cyst

Ovarian cyst is a medical condition in which the cysts or fluid-filled sacs or pockets start forming inside and over one’s ovary or ovaries. The female reproductive system consists of two ovaries. Their size is supposedly the same as that of an almond. Every month, unfertilized eggs or ova develop and mature …

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Menorrhagia

Heavy or prolonged menstrual bleeding is known as menorrhagia. This sort of abnormal uterine bleeding affects a large number of women. It can be caused by a variety of disorders, such as uterine abnormalities, hormonal issues, or other issues. While excessive bleeding can make it difficult

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PCOS/PCOD

PCOS or Polycystic ovary syndrome is a hormonal disorder that is common among most women of reproductive age. Women diagnosed with PCOS are known to exhibit infrequent or prolonged menstrual periods. They also may be producing excess amounts of male hormones (androgen).

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High-Risk Pregnancy

Pregnancy, also known as gestation, is the period of time when one or more children develop inside a woman. A multiple pregnancy produces more than one child, such as twins. Pregnancy is usually caused by sexual contact, but it can also be caused by assisted reproductive technology procedures.

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Endometriosis

In some women, these tissues leave the uterus and place themselves in the nearby areas of the female reproductive system. Thus, when there is a change in the hormonal levels, these cells show activity similar to uterine tissues. This condition of growth of uterine tissues in any other organ is known as endometriosis.

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Fibroids

Fibroids are abnormal growths in or on the uterus of women. These tumors can grow to be quite large, causing severe stomach pain and heavy periods. In some circumstances, they produce no symptoms at all. The growths are usually noncancerous or benign. An experienced doctor can help alleviate…

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Menopause

Menopause is a common occurence in all females. It marks the ending of one’s menstrual cycle. However, menopause’s physical and mental symptoms,can cause hot flashes, can disrupt your sleep, diminish your energy, and damage your emotional health. From lifestyle changes to hormone medication,

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Vaginal Prolapse

The vaginal canal is one of several organs located in the pelvic region of the body. Muscles and other tissue keep these organs in place. This group of muscles works together to form a support structure. This support structure can begin to deteriorate over time. This can occur for a variety of reasons,

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About Obstetrics

Obstetrics is a branch of medical science that deals solely with pregnancies and childbirth. Postpartum periods are also an area of expertise for all Obstetricians. Medica Superspecialty Hospital takes pride in being one of the most-trusted hospitals in dealing with high-risk pregnancies and other types of pregnancy complications.

Our facilities also include:

  • Joint obstetric clinics with other specialities
  • Inpatient antenatal and postnatal facilities
  • Modern labour ward suite with facilities for continuous foetal monitoring for high-risk pregnancies
  • Ultrasound facilities
  • Day-care monitoring facilities for high-risk pregnancies
  • NICU with experienced neonatology consultant cover
What Does an Obstetrician Do?

Your Obstetrician provides you with surgical care during pregnancy and childbirth. They are also adept in providing postnatal care.

Reasons to See a Obstetrician

Pregnancies can develop complications at any time of their cycle. To continuously keep track of the baby’s growth and health of both the mother and the unborn child, women should be visiting an Obstetrician to be able to understand and combat any sort of pregnancy complications.

What to Expect at the Obstetrician?

Unlike your Gynaecologist, an Obstetrician provides women aid only with their pregnancies and post-birth care. But an Obstetrician is able to provide you with an-all round assessment of your pregnancy and provide assistance in delivering your newborn into this world.

Gynaecology

About Gynaecology

Gynaecology is a branch of medicine and physiology that is concerned with the health and well-being of the female reproductive system. This segment of medicine includes endocrinology, female urology and pelvic malignancy and also deals with paediatric and adolescent gynaecological problems.

What Does a Gynaecologist Do?

An experienced gynae or gynaecologist is a doctor who specializes in dealing with health complications of the female reproductive system. They are versed in medicine and surgery to enable proper treatment to patients with problems such as period pain, pregnancy, breast health, STIs, hormonal disorders and vaginal infections.

Reasons to See a Gynaecologist

It is normally advised to all women to consult with an experienced gynae doctor for routine checks and also when they exhibit any concerning symptoms that persist over two or more days.

What to Expect at the Gynaecologist?

Your Gynaecologist will make their initial assessment of your medical condition by asking some basic questions. They will ask about your health history to understand your affliction better in order to enable proper treatment.

Obstetrics & Gynaecology Blogs

Hormonal Imbalance in Women : Impact on health

If you are experiencing unexplained fatigue or weight gain, mood swings, sleeplessness or skin problems, don’t ignore those signs. You might have hormonal...

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Pregnancy and obesity

Obesity is defined as possessing an excessive amount of body fat. A measurement that is based on height and weight — known as the body mass index (BMI) — is used to...

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Why Osteoporosis is More Common in Women

Osteoporosis is a disease that weakens bones, increasing the risk of unforeseen fractures. Literally indicating ‘porous bone’, osteoporosis results in an increased loss of both bone...

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