Specialized Care for Women
- Gynecological Onco Surgeries: We provide treatment for genital cancers, including those of the uterus, cervix, vagina, vulva, and ovaries. This is done in coordination with a team of medical oncologists and radiotherapists to ensure the best possible care during surgery and postoperative care.
- Family Planning Services: We provide contraception through the following methods: Barrier, oral and injectable hormonal contraceptives, and intrauterine devices ( Cu-T).
- Wellness Services: We provide the following screening procedures: Colposcopy, Liquid Based Cytology (LBC), PAP Smear, and Mammography for the early diagnosis of different gynecological cancers.
- Adolescent Services: We provide care and assistance for young people with gynecological issues such as polycystic ovarian disease, premenstrual syndrome, heavy menstrual flow, irregular periods, etc.
- Menopause Services:All post-menopausal conditions are screened for, and we provide counselling.
Our Team of Gynecologis
Meet Our Gynecologist:
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), America's foremost medical organization devoted to enhancing women's health, recommends that your first visit to a gynecologist occur between the ages of 13 and 15. The first visit may consist solely of a conversation between you and your doctor or may include tests or examinations. Your gynecologist keeps all information you share with them privately and securely.
Intrauterine devices, or IUDs, are tiny, t-shaped devices inserted in the uterus to prevent conception. They can be made of copper or plastic (hormonal IUDs) (Paragard copper IUDs). IUD is a long-term method of birth control because it can be implanted and last up to 10 years. If you decide to become pregnant or simply no longer desire it, it may be removed at any time.
Human papillomavirus (HPV) is a relatively prevalent STD (sexually transmitted disease). It is the main reason why cervical cancer develops.
The Gardasil HPV vaccine has been evaluated and shown to help prevent people from the majority of HPV strains that cause cervical cancer. It is administered three times over six months. It works well before a woman or teen starts having intercourse. Ages 9 to 26 are eligible to receive the vaccinations. Some women between the ages of 26 and 40 may be eligible for the shot.