We have some of the best gynaecologist in hyderabad on board who provide preventive services, accurate diagnosis and outpatient treatments for common and complex disorders of the female reproductive tract. We help in the accurate diagnosis and provide personalized treatment of various conditions affecting the female reproductive system.
- Pregnancy Issues
- Uterine Issues
- Menopause Issues
- Cervical Issues
- Vaginal Issues
- Ovarian Issues
Urogynecology offers advanced treatment and care for disorders of the pelvic floor in women. These conditions include – urinary incontinence, pelvic floor dysfunction, stress incontinence,
Myomectomy is the surgical procedure undertaken for the removal of uterine fibroids. Uterine Fibroids is the growth of non-cancerous tissue in the uterus.
Colposcopy is a diagnostic procedure undertaken for the close examination cervix, vagina and vulva. The procedure is performed using a special instrument known as a colposcope.
Minimal Invasive Surgery/Laparoscopic Surgery
Minimally invasive/Laparoscopic surgeries are the advancements in surgical procedures, wherein several procedures can now be performed with keyhole or minimally invasive methods.
The complete term of the pregnancy is 37 weeks, and any spontaneous loss of the same prior to the 20th week is termed to be a miscarriage.
An ectopic pregnancy occurs when the fertilization of the egg occurs outside the main uterus. The fertilization can occur in the fallopian tubes
Preeclampsia is a commonly evidenced, pregnancy related complication characterized by high blood pressure, with possible affect on the liver and kidneys.
The full term of pregnancy is estimated at 37 weeks, and any baby born prior to the 34th week, that is more than three weeks before it is scheduled to arrive
Pregestational diabetes is the predisposition to type 1 or type 2 diabetes, prior to becoming pregnant.
Labour is final stage of the pregnancy term that leads to the delivery of the baby. The labour begins with contractions leading to the dilation of the cervix and the eventual birth of the baby.
Adenomyosis is the growing of the endometrial tissue into the muscular wall of the uterus. In normal course, the endometrial tissues thicken
Uterine Fibroids is the growth of non-cancerous tissue in the uterus. Varying in size and shape – from small and undetectable to the naked eye to large bulky masses
Urinary incontinence is the decreased ability of an individual to control their bladder. The condition can vary from individual to individual
Hysterectomy is a procedure undertaken to remove the uterus from a woman’s pelvic region, necessitated by various physiological or clinical conditions.
Asherman syndrome (intrauterine adhesions)
Asherman syndrome is a condition of the uterus, wherein, certain scar tissues or adhesions are found in the uterus, and thus, the condition is also known as intrauterine adhesions.
Uterine polyps are growths fragments in the inner walls of the uterus – the overgrowth of cells in the lining of the uterus causes formation
Menorrhagia is a condition described as abnormally heavy or prolonged bleeding. Although heavy menstrual bleeding is a common concern
Endometriosis is a common and often painful condition of the uterus, wherein the endometrial tissue which lines the inside of the uterus, grows outside.
Uterine prolapse is a condition characterized by the excessive stretching and weakening of the pelvic floor muscles, alongside pelvic ligament.
Menstrual cramps are a condition characterized by throbbing or cramping pains in the lower abdomen. Almost all women experience
Fallopian Tube Cancer
The fallopian tubes connect the ovaries to the uterus and acts as a passage for the eggs to move from the ovaries to the uterus.
Ovarian cancer is a commonly seen cancer in the ovaries. The ovaries are placed on either side of the uterus and produced the eggs required for fertilization.
Endometrial cancer begins in the uterus – a pear-shaped organ in the pelvic region that acts as the cavity for foetal development.
Adnexal tumours are the abnormal or uncontrolled growth of cells on & around the organs/ connective tissues that surround the uterus.
Anterior vaginal prolapse (cystocele)
Anterior vaginal prolapse is the weakening of the supportive tissue between the bladder & the vaginal wall. This results in stretching of the tissue
Painful intercourse (dyspareunia)
A painful intercourse, also known as dyspareunia, is a common condition that a lot of women face at some point.
Vaginal bleeding is a regular occurrence for a healthy woman, at regular monthly intervals – this is known as menstruation
Vulvodynia is chronic pain and discomfort of the vulva, which is the opening of the vagina. The pain is caused by an unidentifiable reason
The overgrowth of the naturally occurring bacteria in the vaginal cavity leads to inflammation, a condition known as bacterial vaginosis.
Vaginal agenesis is a rare medical condition, wherein the vagina doesn’t develop as required with age. Also, the uterus may also fail to develop sufficiently.
Vaginal septum is an abnormality of the vagina wherein there exists, either a longitudinal or a transverse partition. This could be caused by the incomplete development
Vaginal Yeast Infection
Vaginal yeast infection is the inflammation of the vagina, resulting in abnormal vaginal discharge pain and possible itching of the vaginal area.
Posterior vaginal prolapse (rectocele)
Posterior vaginal prolapse is the weakening of the supportive tissue between the rectum & the vaginal wall. This results in stretching
Vaginal atrophy is a condition of the vagina caused by the decline in oestrogen production. A common condition amongst menopausal women
Vaginitis is the inflammation of the vagina, resulting in abnormal vaginal discharge pain and possible itching of the vaginal area.