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Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Women go through a variety of physical and mental changes over the course of their lives. It is the Obstetrics as well as Gynecology section in Aakash Hospital offers comprehensive care that exceeds the demands of women at various stages of their lives. We strive to provide the best medical and treatment that covers every aspect of women’s as well as child healthcare. In addition our specialists are focused on teaching families and women regarding gynecological concerns and how to manage them for a more healthy future.

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Obstetrics and Gynecology are two medical specialties that focus on the reproductive system of women.

Obstetrics

Obstetrics is the primary focus of taking care of pregnant women, the unborn child and labor, delivery and the time immediately following the birth of the child. Obstetricians ensure that the mother and baby receive the best treatment and ensures that delivery and labor take smoothly and without complications.

If a woman is expecting there are many issues that can occur and require medical intervention. This includes:

  • Ectopic pregnancy (ECTOPIC pregnancy) is a type of pregnancy where the embryo is located in the fallopian tube
  • Pre-eclampsia and pre-eclampsia are high- GDM and gestational hypertension.
  • Fetal distress as a result of compression
  • Pregnancy screening for health issues such as high blood pressure and infections
  • Pregnancy and complications during the early stages of pregnancy
  • Screening for fetal development during pregnancy to identify the presence of chromosomal anomalies and infections
  • Postpartum hemorrrhage and its management
  • They make sure that the both mother and child are cared for in a safe manner throughout the entire course of pregnancy and birth. If it’s a normal birth or an emergency Cesarean section, a Obstetrics hospital and an obstetrician are prepared to deal with any changes that might occur during the natural, and sometimes complicated, birth process. ‘childbirth.

Gynecology

Gynecology addresses any issue that is related to reproductive organs like the fallopian tube, uterus vagina, cervix, vagina, and the ovaries. It is a field of medicine that is a part of the study of reproductive systems. It encompasses various phases of women’s lives, including menopausal, adolescence, reproduction and beyond. Gynecology hospitals also treat issues related to the bladder, bowel and the urinary system.

While the majority of gynecologists are Obstetricians, the field of Gynecology is focused on the other aspects of women’s reproductive health, starting from the time of puberty to menopausal symptoms and beyond.

Gynecology encompasses preventative and the curative aspects of it, such as:

  • Prevention-based care, such as mammograms, pap tests and screening
  • Adolescent problems like pre-ovarian puberty, amenorrhoea, and many more
  • Infertility
  • Contraception
  • Menstrual irregularities
  • Menopausal-related issues
  • Prolapse and incontinence, as well as post-menopausal bleeding.
  • Screening screening, diagnosis and treatment of Gynecological malignancies
    Most women visit their gynecologist annually for their Pap exam and pelvic examination. Other reasons for seeing an gynecologist include pain, discomfort, and infections in the breasts, uterus, or the genitals. Gynecologists can also help with issues of infertility and contraception. Gynecology is the process of diagnosing and treating disorders of the reproductive system like cancer of the fallopian tubes, ovaries the uterus, cervix, and vagina. Gynecologists also assist in treating pelvic organ prolapse. The condition usually occurs in women who are postmenopausal and whose pelvic muscles are weak and are unable to support the bladder or uterus normally.

Our extensive range of services includes programs for adolescents Preconception counseling, reproductive medicine, prenatal classes and preventive health programs. contraceptive medication, menopausal care assisted conception, and infertility solutions.

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Most Frequently Asked Questions

What are the most common diseases treated under gynecology?

Some of the most common gynecological conditions treated under gynecology are:

Pelvic pain UTI (Urinary Tract Infection)
Irregular periods
PCOD/PCOS
Unwanted Pregnancy
Ectopic Pregnancy
Miscarriage
Vaginal infections
Ovarian cysts
Uterine fibroids
Endometriosis
Pelvic organ prolapse

How does a gynecologist check you/ confirm a disease?

At most times, your gynecologist can understand your problem area or health condition through your symptoms or by asking you a few simple questions about the pain, abnormalities, period cycle, or sexual history. However, depending on your exact problem, your gynecologist might also do a physical exam.

A physical exam requires you to lie down on the exam table with knees bent and both legs placed in the stirrups at the base. Then your doctor physically examines your pelvic area while wearing sterile and lubricated gloves or specialized medical equipment.

In some cases, your doctor might also prescribe you a few diagnostic tests to confirm the condition indicated.

What are some of the tests a gynecologist might recommend?
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Though the tests a gynecologist might recommend depend directly on your symptoms and problem areas. Some of the tests include-

  • Urine Sample
  • Pelvic Ultrasound
  • MRI
  • Mammogram
  • Pap Smear
  • Breast Biopsy
How long does a gynecologist appointment take?

A gynecologist appointment may run anytime between 20-40 minutes. However, again, the exact time may vary depending on your symptoms, specific health conditions, and any tests if needed.

Should I see a gynecologist regularly?

Yes, doctors advise regular pelvic exams for women, especially, at the start of puberty, during reproductive years, and the onset of menopause. Therefore, it is important you see your doctor at least once a year for a regular check-up and to roll out any irregularities/ abnormal growth in your reproductive organs.

What happens if gynecological diseases are left untreated?

Gynecological conditions if left untreated can result in multiple and severe complications depending upon the type of your disease. Some common complications include- internal bleeding, sepsis, twisting of ovaries, structural blockage in the fallopian tube, death of internal tissues, and cancerous growth in the uterus.