4D ultrasound

Gynaecological ultrasound is the technology used to get the internal image of the organs like your ovaries and uterus. Read More Or in case of pregnant women, this is used to keep track of the growth and development of the foetus. Ultrasounds can help us diagnose any issue with the reproductive organs or help understand if there is going to be any anomalies in the foetus. A 4D ultrasound generates an image that is continuously updated, much like a moving image. Hide details..

High-Risk Obstetrics

High-risk pregnancies are pregnancies that have the chance of developing complications for both mother and child. Read More People who are underweight or overweight, younger than 18 or older than 35, anaemic, into their 5th pregnancy or more; have had previous preterm births, had given births to a large or small baby, had a previous pregnancy loss, history of genetic disease, substance abuse, previous cases of twins or triplets, taken infertility medications, or have medical conditions like high BP, heart disease, etc have a high chance of high-risk pregnancies. High-risk pregnancy care includes prenatal care and diagnostics, assessment and treatment of fetal disease, co-management with a community-based obstetrician, ambulatory and inpatient consult, genetic counselling, ultrasound, fetal surveillance, support group, social services, nutrition counselling, etc. Hide details..

Vaginal Surgeries

After childbirth, women may complain of vaginal laxity, resulting from stretching of tissues and separating of muscles,... Read More sometimes to the point that a tampon falls out, and this lack of tone can contribute to sexual dysfunction. Vaginoplasty is thus performed to tighten up a vagina that has become slack or loose from childbirth. It can be done under local anaesthesia or ane can also go for general anaesthesia. Just like Vaginoplasty, Labiaplasty is also performed in some cases on the inner or outer vaginal lips to change its shape or size and making them symmetrical again. Labiaplasty can be performed alone or with Vaginoplasty. Hide details..


Urogynecology or urogynaecology is a surgical subspecialty of urology and gynaecology. Read More This involves managing clinical problems associated with dysfunction of the pelvic floor and bladder. Pelvic floor disorders affect the bladder, reproductive organs, and bowels. Common pelvic floor disorders include urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and faecal incontinence. Urogynecology also includes the care of women who have experienced trauma to the perineum during childbirth. Hide details..

Laparoscopic Surgery

Laparoscopy is a type of surgical procedure that doesn’t require large incisions, hence it is called keyhole surgery ... Read More or minimally invasive surgery. This is performed using an instrument called the laparoscope, which is basically a small tube with a light source and a camera. Small instruments are used to conduct the surgery, while the area is pumped with gas to make space. This way is more advantageous and has very fewer chances of complications. Advantages include faster recovery time, less bleeding post-op and minor scars. Complications that could occur include minor bleeding, nausea, or infection. Hide details..


Couples who seek to conceive a child usually are able to within a year of trying, but... Read More certain couples aren’t able to do the same, and this is due to one or both of them being infertile. When this occurs, the couple should visit a reproductive endocrinologist. Having infrequent menstrual periods, being a female above the age 35, having a history of sexually transmitted diseases or a history of pelvic inflictions, uterine fibroids or endometrial polyps could increase the chances of infertility or imply that the person is already infertile, and hence must visit an endocrinologist. Hide details..

Obstetrics Services

Antenatal Care

Antenatal care is the healthcare and support you must have while you are pregnant. Read More This is to make certain that you and your unborn baby are as well as possible during your pregnancy. It is a type of preventive healthcare. Its goal is to provide regular check-ups that allow doctors or midwives to treat and prevent potential health problems throughout the pregnancy and to promote healthy lifestyles that benefit both mother and child. Hide details..

Postnatal care

Postnatal care is the individualised care provided to meet the needs of a mother and her baby following childbirth. Read More It can be defined as the first 6-8 weeks after birth. Postnatal care should be a continuation of the care the woman has received through her pregnancy, labour and birth and take into account the woman's individual needs and preferences. Hide details..

Vaginal Delivery

A Vaginal Delivery is said to be a healthy birth of a baby with low-risk Read More at the start of labour and remaining so throughout labour and delivery. The baby is born in the vertex position between 37 and 42 completed weeks of pregnancy. A vaginal examination is first done to determine the location and station of the fetal head. When effacement is complete, and the cervix is fully dilated, the woman is told to bear down and strain with each contraction to move the head through the pelvis. The clinician also helps move the baby into position to be born and controls the progress of the head to effect a slow, safe delivery. There are two further kinds of vaginal delivery options:
1. Normal
2. Instrumental
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High-Risk Pregnancy Management

A high-risk pregnancy is a pregnancy which can pose any potential threat to the health or life of the mother or her fetus. Read More The risk may involve the age of the mother or complicated medical conditions that she may develop during her pregnancy or the ones that she may already have like diabetes, blood pressure, being overweight, HIV, etc. Some pregnancies become high-risk as they progress, while some women are at increased risk for complications even before they get pregnant for a variety of reasons. High-risk pregnancies require careful management by a specialist to help ensure the best outcome for the mother and baby. The doctor consults the conditions and helps the parents to plan the correct preventive method or treatments for the well being of the baby and the mother.
1. Antenatal
2. Intranasal
3. Postnatal
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Foetal medicine department with genetic counselling & procerus like NIPT, amniocentesis etc.

Maternal-fetal medicine (MFM), also known as perinatology, Read More is a branch of medicine that focuses on managing health concerns of the mother and fetus prior to, during, and shortly after pregnancy. Maternal-fetal medicine specialists are physicians who subspecialties within the field of obstetrics. Hide details..

Gynaecology Services

Gynaecology is the medical practice dealing with the health of the female reproductive system (vagina, uterus, and ovaries). Outside medicine, the term means "the science of women".

Consultation For all concern in

Adolescent Group

Adolescents are individuals in the age group of 10-19 years and youth as the 15-24 year age group. Read More Adolescent health or youth health is a range of approaches for preventing, detecting or treating young people's health and well being. Common mental health disorders in adolescence include those related to anxiety, depression, attention deficit-hyperactivity, and eating. In order to get help, adolescents should go for health counselling. Hide details..

Reproductive age Group

Women of reproductive age refer to all women aged 15–49 years. Read More In some estimates from censuses and surveys, the upper age is taken as 44 years, and the last age group is thus 40–44 years.
1. Including Infertility
2. Stimulation Program for IVF
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Menopause Related Complaints

Menopause is the natural cessation, or stopping, of a woman's menstrual cycle, and marks the end of fertility. Read More It is signalled by 12 months since last menstruation. Most women experience menopause by the age of 52, but pelvic or ovarian damage may cause sudden menopause earlier in life. Genetics or underlying conditions may also lead to early onset of menopause. Common symptoms include hot flashes and vaginal dryness. There may also be sleep disturbances. The combination of these symptoms can cause anxiety or depression. Hide details..

Post Menopausal age group & Complaints

Post-Menopausal is the name given to the period of time after a woman Read More Thas not bled for an entire year (the rest of your life after going through menopause). Most women reach this milestone somewhere between ages 45 and 55. During this stage, menopausal symptoms, such as hot flashes, may ease for many women. Hide details..

Screening and management of gynaecological malignancies

Gynaecological malignancies refer to the cancers which start in a woman's reproductive system. Read More These cancers are those involving the genital tract and include those of the ovary, cervix, uterus, vulva, vagina and gestational trophoblastic malignancies. Hide details..

All Gynecological Procedures

Gynecologic surgeries can alter sexual function directly by affecting the anatomy of the female genital tract. Read More It can be done on any part of a woman's reproductive system, including the vagina, cervix, uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries. Gynecologic surgeons often do procedures on a woman's urinary tract as well, including the bladder. There are two kinds of gynaecological procedures,
1. Vaginal
2. Abdominal
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Uro Gynae procedures like TVT-O

Urogynaecology is a branch of medicine concerned with the urological problems Read More (as urinary incontinence) of women. In other words, it is a surgical subspecialty of urology and gynaecology. A urogynecologist is a specialist who has completed training extra training in both gynaecology and urology. Since urogynecologists have training in both specialities (women's health and urology), they are particularly trained to help women with conditions like UTIs, bladder problems and prolapse of the bladder, uterus or cervix. In house Newberg- Supratech pathology lab collection centre. Hide details..