What is Gynecology?
Gynecology is a medical field related to women's health with a focus on women's reproductive system. Below are the conditions that a gynecologist can treat.
Conditions that we treat:
Abnormal uterine bleeding is when there is heavy or unusual bleeding from the uterus. There are various causes of abnormal uterine bleeding. An experienced gynecologist will have extensive experience in diagnosing and managing abnormal uterine bleeding. Find out more about symptoms, diagnosis, and management.
Ovarian tumors without cancer cells are called benign ovarian tumours. Benign tumours do not spread to other parts of your body. Majority of the times they are diagnosed accidentally during a regular check-up. The gynaecological oncologists have extensive experience in diagnosing and managing ovarian tumours. Read more
Endometriosis is a common condition in which endometrial tissue is seen outside the uterus, often in the pelvic area. Treatment can help manage the symptoms. Endometriosis has been linked to the development of ovarian cancer. Hence, appropriate diagnosis and management if very crucial. Gynecological oncologists are experts at treating complicated endometriosis conditions. Read more
Fibroids are non-cancerous growth of the uterus. They are usually slow-growing and commonly seen during reproductive age and stop growing after menopause. Excessive menstrual bleeding and painful menstruation are some of the common symptoms. Read more
A functional ovarian cyst is common in young reproductive women. Most of these cysts do not cause any symptoms and are incidentally picked up during your routine ultrasound. Most of the cysts do not need any form of treatment. You need an expert to identify such a cyst and help you with the management.
The gestational trophoblastic disease is a rare complication of pregnancy in which cells (trophoblasts) feed the embryo and develop into the placenta grow abnormally into a mass or tumor.
You need an expert gynecological oncologist to diagnose and treat you for this condition. To know more about symptoms, signs, and treatment. Read more
Postmenopausal bleeding is bleeding per vagina after you have attained menopause and this needs to be checked out by a doctor. Most of the time the cause will be something very simple as vaginal dryness and can be as dreaded as cancer. To know more about PMS symptoms and treatment Read more
Vaginal discharge is the term used for fluid or mucus that comes from the vagina. Vaginal discharge is one of the common complaints with which women see their doctor. Some amount of vaginal discharge is normal in every lady unless it is associated with itching, burning, or other bothersome symptoms. To know symptoms and treatment Read more