gynecology hospital

Obstetrics & Gynecology

The Department of Gynaecology at the Citizens Specialty Hospital offers a complete spectrum of preventive, diagnostic, and treatment facilities for all gynecological and pregnancy-related issues. The department has an expert team of gynecologists, obstetricians, and trained nurses to manage high-risk pregnancies. In addition, experienced and trained surgeons perform gynecological and obstetric surgeries. The operating rooms have advanced facilities that ensure smooth surgery without complications.

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Women should visit gynecologists if they experience the following symptoms:

  • Painful periods
  • Unexpected vaginal bleeding, especially after menopause
  • Initiating or resuming sex to get awareness about the risk of unprotected sex (risk of getting sexually transmitted diseases)
  • Breast issues, such as lump, altered sensation, and discharge
  • Blisters in the labia or bumps in the vagina
  • Painful sex
  • Vaginal odor
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Reduced libido

Before visiting the gynecologist, the woman should consider the following:

  • Avoid sexual intercourse a day before the appointment.
  • Remember the last date of the menstrual cycle and the symptoms you have experienced.
  • Ensure that your appointment is in between the menstrual cycle. Examination during the menstrual cycle may affect the laboratory results and diagnosis.
  • Carry all your laboratory results, such as hormonal or mammogram reports, if any, with you.
  • Avoid using contraceptive gels as they may interfere with results.

Abortion is a procedure to end a pregnancy. It is also known as “medical termination of pregnancy”. Miscarriage and stillbirth indicate an unintentional loss of pregnancy. However, the timing of pregnancy loss is different in both conditions. Miscarriage is the loss of pregnancy before 20 weeks of the gestation period, while stillbirth is the pregnancy loss on or after 20 weeks of gestation.

Some of the measures that result in a healthy pregnancy are:

  • Eating healthy food
  • Taking prenatal vitamins and vitamins
  • Avoid taking raw eggs, raw meat, and unpasteurized milk
  • Avoid smoking and taking alcohol
  • Stay hydrated
  • Be physically active
  • Visit a gynecologist for a routine check-up
  • Get flu vaccination
  • Avoid stress and take adequate sleep

Menopause is the permanent stopping of menstruation. Women may experience menopause in their 40s or 50s. However, early menopause may occur in women who have undergone ovarian removal surgeries or hysterectomies. Some of the symptoms women may experience after menopause are mood swings, hot flushes, irritability, stress and urge incontinence, vaginal dryness, difficulty in concentrating, insomnia, depression, symptoms of osteoporosis, and headache.