The Department of Gynaecology at Yashoda Hospital is a hub of excellence, dedicated to offering uncompromised care for the effective management and treatment of a wide spectrum of health conditions in women. The Department is managed by nationally and internationally recognized gynaecologists who have immense expertise in the field. The team caters to the most complex medical needs of females with state of the art techniques and new-age approaches.
The dedicated laboratories and surgical units are equipped with leading-edge modalities which help us to deliver unparalleled care to all the patients. We believe in maintaining transparency when it comes to your health and at the same time guarantee the confidentiality of treatment. Our experts will help you with every step to make sure your journey is completely hassle-free.
Various gynaecological conditions that we treat include:
- Dysmenorrhea – Also known as menstrual cramps, dysmenorrhea is a condition marked by excruciating abdominal pain and discomfort during periods. While mild pain and discomfort is very common and experienced by almost all women, in the case of dysmenorrhea, the pain is unbearable. This happens due to strong contractions in the uterus, which cause the oxygen supply to fall. Dysmenorrhea is more common in older women and is most likely to be experienced after childbirth.
- Cervical Dysplasia – It is a precancerous condition marked by the uncontrollable growth of abnormal cells on the tissues lining the cervix or endocervical canal which is triggered by abnormal changes in the DNA of these cells. The condition is diagnosed with the help of a routine Pap test and can be easily treated with excellent results
- Pelvic Floor Prolapse – It is a common condition marked by the weakening of the muscles and ligaments that support the organs present in the pelvic region, thereby leading to the formation of a bulge in the vagina. It is most likely to happen years after you give birth, undergo a hysterectomy or hit menopause.
- Uterine Fibroids – These are non-cancerous growths that develop in the uterus during the childbearing years. Also referred to as myomas, these are likely to elevate the risks of uterine cancer and this is the reason why proper medical intervention is mandatory.
- Urinary Incontinence – The condition is marked by the loss of control over the urinary sphincter which leads to the involuntary leakage of urine. The problem is very common and affects a lot of people. A woman suffering from the problem is likely to pass urine droplets as she sneezes or coughs.
- Ovarian Cysts – These are tiny fluid-filled growths that develop within the ovaries or on their surface. The size of the cyst varies from one person to another and smaller cysts might even go unnoticed as these do not trigger any major symptoms. Ruptured ovarian cysts, however, can lead to serious symptoms, thereby making it important to go for regular pelvic examinations.
- Endometriosis – It is a condition marked by the growth of the endometrial tissue outside the uterine cavity. Usually, the tissue growth spreads to the ovaries and fallopian tube, however, it can even involve other nearby organs and areas including the cervix, bladder, bowel, or rectum. Endometriosis is marked by chronic abdominal pain during menstruation and sex.
- PCOD – PCOD stands for Polycystic Ovarian Disease. Affecting every 1 out of 5 women in India and 1 out of 10 women globally, the condition is marked by the development of cysts in the ovaries. These considerably lowers the quantity of eggs, thereby giving rise to various infertility issues.
- Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) – As the name suggests, it refers to an infection involving the organs of the urinary tract. There can be a lot of reasons behind it, which include unhygienic toilet habits, frequent intercourse and diabetes. The patient is likely to experience pain and burning sensation while urination, which is often accompanied by abdominal cramps, pain and an increased urge to urinate.