Gynaecology is the field of medicine involving the treatment of female reproductive health. Whatever your age, you will get an extensive range of services, from sophisticated diagnostics to management of adolescent gynaecological disorders, menstrual disorders, urinary tract infections, fibroids and so on.

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Menstrual Disorders

You must see a healthcare professional if you have irregular periods or mild to moderate pain during your menstruation. There might be changes in menstrual patterns from heavy, painful periods to no periods at all. Commonly, women should take consultation when periods occur less than 21 days, more than three months apart or last more than ten days. A comprehensive medical history and blood tests help your medical professional to identify the cause and formulate a treatment plan.

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Urinary Tract Infections

According to medical experts, women are more prone to urinary tract infections than men. Common causes of urinary tract infections (UTIs) are bacteria, fungi and, in some rare cases, viruses. Most UTIs involve infection in the lower tract (urethra and bladder). It can also affect the upper urinary tract (ureters and kidneys). If you are pregnant and show symptoms of a UTI, you must get a doctor’s appointment. Untreated UTIs can become more severe as they have chances to spread. Sometimes, simple urine or blood test can save you from life-threatening situations.

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Uterine fibroids are the most common tumours in women of reproductive age group. Fibroids are benign growths of smooth muscle in the wall of the uterus. The incidence of fibroids increases with age since fibroids develop during reproductive years. They tend to enlarge during pregnancy and reduce in size once women reach menopause. If fibroids are massive, you can determine by simple clinical examination. The latest technique uses real-time intrauterine ultrasound guidance with radiofrequency to treat uterine fibroids.

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Ovarian Cysts

Ovarian or follicle cyst is the tiny fluid-like lesions arrested in the mid-follicular stage of human egg development. Women can develop at least one cyst during their lifetime. Commonly, ovarian cysts are asymptomatic, and it shows symptoms as the cysts grow. Most ovarian cysts naturally go away without any specific treatment option. Sometimes ruptured cysts can cause severe pain and bleed, which increases the risk of infection. It is mandatory to diagnose and treat ovarian cysts to avoid life-threatening situations. We recommend an effective treatment option to shrink or remove the cysts if it grows larger or does not go away.

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Missing Periods

Amenorrhea is when menstruation is absent even after you have reached puberty, not conceived with a baby or when you have not reached menopause. Commonly, women compare amenorrhea with irregular periods. But in amenorrhea, you never get your period. Amenorrhea is not a disease, but it can happen due to an underlying systemic condition which needs immediate attention. Menstruation can cease for numerous reasons. But it does not mean the person is infertile or cannot conceive. You must seek medical advice if irregular periods stop for at least six months or if regular periods cease for three months or more.

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Pelvic Pain & Endometriosis

Endometriosis happens when tissue similar to endometrial tissue grows outside your uterus. Tissues can respond to your hormones that affect the menstrual cycle in the same way endometrial tissue does. It is not cancerous, but it can cause scarring or adhesions. According to medical reports, it can take up to seven years to diagnose endometriosis. It is crucial to monitor your symptoms and seek medical help to prevent complications. If you experience severe bleeding or pain, contact the doctor immediately to choose a treatment option to help you to manage the symptoms.

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Heavy Periods

Menorrhagia is one of the common gynaecological complaints reported by gynaecologists worldwide. It is abnormally heavy or prolonged menstrual bleeding affecting anyone who menstruates and has not reached menopause. Heavy menstrual bleeding is the most common, and one-third of females seek medical attention. If untreated, it can cause anaemia, where your blood cannot carry enough oxygen to the rest of your body. Your doctor can help you take various treatment options based on age, physical health, medical history and preferences.

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