As a woman, there's a need for undergoing special examination and screenings. During a Women's health checkup, health care providers conduct a pelvic exam to check internal female organs. Also, they check for cancer of the cervix.
We conduct the prenatal care as medical care you need during pregnancy. At each visit, we check your health and your growing baby.
A postpartum checkup we provide serves as a customized checkup plan after you're having a baby. It ensures you're recovering well from labor and birth. With that, we can help overcome life-threatening health complications.
Our specialists can conduct a Pap smear, also called a Pap test, for testing cervical cancer. With that, we can ensure a greater chance at a cure.
We can prevent Cervical cancer by vaccinating females against the HPVs and treating precancerous lesions.
A blood sample we take conducts the hormonal test for irregular periods. With that, we can ensure the betterment of the female reproductive system alongside conducting tests for Prolactin and Estrogen.
We conduct the physical exam as a part of PCOS diagnosis. Doctor checks your thyroid gland, breasts, skin, hair, and belly by conducting blood pressure and body mass index (BMI) check.
Ovarian Cyst refers to the presence of fluid-filled sacs in or on the surface of the ovary, which are usually harmless. However, over time they may cause complications when the cysts rupture. Medical professionals diagnose them by a lab test or imaging and treat them.
Endometriosis refers to the disorder where the tissue similar to the inner lining of the uterus grows outside the uterus. Often, there are occurrences of pelvic pain and irregular menstrual cycle.
Fibroids refer to the non-cancerous tumor in the uterus. The symptoms vary based on the size and location of the fibroids. Healthcare professionals conduct a routine pelvic examination using lab tests or imaging. Fibroids last several years or lifelong and may be dangerous or life-threatening.
Painful Periods are associated with lower abdominal pain before or during menstruation. Mere discomfort to severe discomfort is some of the symptoms. Lab tests or imaging are necessary for diagnosing them. Often, they take time for recovery and last several days or weeks.
Normal vaginal bleeding results from the female ovulatory cycle beginning with the menarche and occurs with the onset of menses. Bleeding after the cessation of Menses is also common in some women.
Symptoms include irregular menstrual cycles, Heavy bleeding, Excessive sweating during the night, Vaginal dryness, Hot flashes, itching and pain during sexual intercourse, Mood swings, to some others. Frequent urinary tract infections, Fatigue, and abnormal Weight gain are common.
Laparoscopy and hysteroscopy find a use for both diagnostic and operative purposes. Diagnostic laparoscopy may examine outside of the uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, and internal pelvic area.
A hysterectomy refers to the operation to remove the uterus. Abdominal hysterectomy serves as the surgical procedure that removes the uterus through an incision in the lower abdomen. A partial hysterectomy removes the uterus, leaving the cervix in its place.
High-risk pregnancy demarcates a pregnancy where a mother, fetus, or both are vulnerable to a higher risk of developing complications. Risk factors include existing health conditions, such as high blood pressure, diabetes, or HIV-positive. Obesity and Multiple births are additional complications.
Early ectopic pregnancy is often treated with methotrexate. But that is possible only when it isn't bleeding. The definitive management of ectopic pregnancy is medical, surgical, or conservative.