Gynaecology

The Department of Gynaecology addresses women’s healthcare requirements from adolescence to menopause and beyond. We offer a welcoming environment where ladies can receive medical attention. We use cutting-edge technology to treat all gynaecological problems, and we promote minimally invasive techniques that make use of cutting-edge equipment.

                

Why choose Green City Hospital for Gynaecology?

Expertise and Experience: Green City Hospital has a team of experienced gynaecologists who are experts in their field. They have years of experience in diagnosing and treating various gynaecological conditions, including menstrual disorders, pelvic pain, ovarian cysts, and uterine fibroids, among others. The hospital’s gynaecologists are trained to use the latest diagnostic tools and treatment techniques to provide the best possible care to their patients.

Comprehensive Services: Green City Hospital offers a wide range of gynaecological services, including preventive care, prenatal care, family planning, and menopause management. The hospital’s gynaecologists work closely with their patients to develop individualized treatment plans that are tailored to their specific needs and medical history.

Patient Care: Green City Hospital is committed to providing high-quality patient care. The hospital’s staff is compassionate and provides a comfortable and supportive environment to patients. The hospital’s gynaecologists take the time to listen to their patients’ concerns and answer their questions, ensuring that they are well-informed about their condition and treatment options.

Success Rates: Green City Hospital has a high success rate in treating gynaecological conditions. The hospital’s gynaecologists are dedicated to providing the best possible care to their patients and work tirelessly to ensure that they achieve the best possible outcomes.

Green City Hospital services in Gynaecology

A medical disorder known as pelvic inflammatory syndrome causes an infection to inflame the female reproductive organs, including the uterus, ovaries, and fallopian tubes.

Women of reproductive age are susceptible to PCOS, also known as polycystic ovary syndrome, which is a hormonal condition. High amounts of male hormones, irregular periods, and the development of tiny cysts on the ovaries are its defining characteristics.

UTIs impact the kidneys, bladder, ureters, and urethra. Painful, frequent, and lower abdominal urination are symptoms.

Endometriosis is a medical disorder in which tissue identical to the uterine lining grows outside of the uterus, causing pain and fertility issues.

Congenital abnormalities are physical or functional anomalies present at birth that may affect a person’s health or development. These abnormalities can be caused by genetic factors, environmental factors, or a combination of both.

Inability to control pelvic floor muscles can cause urine or faecal incontinence, pelvic discomfort, and sexual dysfunction.

Urinary and foetal incontinence occurs when the muscles and nerves that control the bladder and uterus are weak or dysfunctional.

Women of reproductive age often develop non-cancerous uterine fibroids in the muscle wall. They can cause excessive menstrual bleeding, pelvic pain, and organ pressure depending on size and number.

If untreated, endometrial hyperplasia and cervical dysplasia can become cancerous. Cervical dysplasia is precancerous, while endometrial hyperplasia is an increase of cells in the uterine lining. Regular medical check-ups can discover certain problems, which may need treatment to prevent cancer.

  • Problems relating to pregnancy, fertility, menstruation, and menopause
  • STIs & STDs (Sexually Transmitted Infection & Sexually Transmitted Disease)
  • Benign and malignant tumours in the female reproductive organs

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    Green City Hospital Treatments in Gynaecology

    Medications: Depending on the type of gynaecological condition, medications may be prescribed to alleviate symptoms or to treat the underlying cause of the condition.

    Surgery: Surgery may be required in cases where medication or other non-invasive treatments are ineffective in treating the condition. For example, surgery may be necessary to remove ovarian cysts or fibroids, treat endometriosis, or remove cancerous tumours. Depending on the severity of the condition, surgery may be performed using minimally invasive techniques such as laparoscopy or hysteroscopy, or more traditional open surgery.

    Radiation therapy: Radiation therapy may be used to treat certain gynaecological cancers such as cervical or endometrial cancer. Radiation therapy involves the use of high-energy radiation to destroy cancer cells or prevent them from growing.

    Chemotherapy: Chemotherapy may be used in conjunction with radiation therapy or surgery to treat gynaecological cancers such as ovarian or uterine cancer. Chemotherapy involves the use of powerful drugs that target and destroy cancer cells.

    Lifestyle changes: For some gynaecological conditions, lifestyle changes may be recommended as part of the treatment plan. For example, women with polycystic ovary syndrome may be advised to lose weight, improve their diet, and exercise regularly to help regulate their menstrual cycles and improve symptoms.

    Counselling: For gynaecological conditions that have a psychological or emotional component, counselling may be recommended as part of the treatment plan. For example, women with a history of sexual abuse or trauma may benefit from counselling to help them cope with the emotional effects of their condition.

    How to get period on time and how to manage Menstrual cramps

    Yoga:Yoga may help menstrual difficulties. Yoga reduces pain, swelling, breast tenderness, and cramps.Yoga reduces menstrual pain, melancholy, anxiety, and quality of life.Primary dysmenorrhea causes severe premenstrual and menstrual discomfort, practising yoga can reduce cramps.

    Avoid Caffeine: Caffeine can irritate your stomach and cause achy, crampy, bloated feelings, so restrict your intake during your period. Avoid coffee, sugary, and carbonated drinks, which can cause bloating. Herbal tea is caffeine-free. Hot tea (ginger, green, peppermint, chamomile, raspberry leaf) reduces period bloating.

    Cinnamon: Cinnamon helps menstruation difficulties.It also greatly reduces menstrual discomfort, bleeding, and primary dysmenorrhea-related nausea and vomiting.Young women with primary dysmenorrhea can use cinnamon safely and effectively.

    Weight:Weight changes can alter periods. Losing weight may help regulate periods in larger people. Extreme weight reduction or underweight might disrupt menstruation. Thus, moderate weight is crucial. Obesity increases the risk of irregular periods, increased bleeding, and pain. Fat cells affect hormones and insulin.

    Exercise:Weight control through exercise may regulate menstrual cycles. It may lessen period and premenstrual pain.

    FAQs

    Menstrual cramps are caused by the contraction of the uterus as it sheds its lining during menstruation. Hormones called prostaglandins are released during this process and can cause pain and inflammation.

    Endometriosis is a condition where tissue similar to the lining of the uterus grows outside of the uterus, typically on the ovaries, fallopian tubes, or tissue lining the pelvis. This can cause pain and infertility

    PCOS is a hormonal disorder that can cause irregular periods, excess hair growth, acne, and weight gain. It is caused by an imbalance of hormones, specifically an excess of androgens (male hormones).

    A pelvic exam is a physical exam performed by a healthcare provider to check the health of a woman’s reproductive organs. The provider will visually inspect the vagina and cervix and may use a speculum to open the vaginal canal for better visibility. They will also feel the uterus and ovaries for any abnormalities.

    our experts

    Dr Nirmala BM

    OBGYN & Lapa. Surgeon

    Dr Kiran Kumar Y

    Consultant Orthopedician 

    Testimonials

    Ronnie Ranjit
    Ronnie Ranjit
    2023-10-17
    I admitted my sister in green City hospital for four days and yeah they took a good care of her and she has been recovered now...Thanks
    Parveen Begum
    Parveen Begum
    2023-10-17
    Dr.Nirmala is a wonderful person and have known her since past 15 years and she is a very experienced doctor and an expert in her field. Her entire staff is also very friendly and make us very comfortable..
    Parmeet Singh
    Parmeet Singh
    2023-10-16
    I had the privilege of being under the care of Dr. Nirmala at Green City Hospital during my wife's pregnancy, and I must say that our experience with her was nothing short of exceptional. Dr. Nirmala is undoubtedly one of the finest gynecologists we have ever come across. Despite facing several complications during the course of my wife's pregnancy, Dr. Nirmala's expertise and dedication ensured that the journey was remarkably smooth. We were overjoyed to have a full-term, normal delivery thanks to her expert guidance and care. One aspect that truly sets Dr. Nirmala apart is her meticulous approach to patient care. During each of our visits, she conducted ultrasound scans to maintain detailed records of the pregnancy's progress. This is in stark contrast to what we've observed in other hospitals, where scans are often limited to specific trimesters. Dr. Nirmala's commitment to tracking every detail of the pregnancy was a source of great reassurance for us. What truly distinguishes Dr. Nirmala is her unwavering patience and attentiveness. She takes the time to listen to her patients, addressing all their concerns and questions. Her ability to make you feel heard and valued is truly remarkable. The staff at Green City Hospital, particularly the nursing team, deserves commendation as well. They treated us like family and were always ready to assist, often going above and beyond their call of duty. Their support played a vital role in ensuring a positive outcome, and we are immensely grateful for their assistance. The culmination of this wonderful journey was the birth of our healthy baby boy through normal delivery. This achievement is a testament to Dr. Nirmala's skill and the dedication of the hospital staff. We are filled with gratitude for all the help and support provided by Dr. Nirmala and her team. In a time when medical expenses can be a significant burden, we are thankful to have found a healthcare professional like Dr. Nirmala, who puts her patients' well-being before financial gains. Her commitment to affordable healthcare is a boon for families like ours. We would like to express our heartfelt thanks to Dr. Nirmala for her invaluable contributions to our journey to parenthood. Her dedication, expertise, and compassionate care have left an indelible mark on our hearts. We wish her all the success in her continued mission to serve the community and hope that more doctors can follow her example. Thank you, Dr. Nirmala, for everything you've done for us.

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