Depending on different evaluations, couples who are infertile can be treated by infertility specialists. Treatments for infertile couples can include changes in lifestyle, medications or even surgery. Infertility counselling can also be of great help for couples who want to conceive. We provide complete assistance and guidance for advanced infertility treatment. We also conduct infertility assessment at our clinic for couples trying to get pregnant. Based on the infertility test reports, sexual health discussions and family history of the couples, we suggest advanced infertility treatments such as IVF and IUI.
Gynecological Laparoscopy (Keyhole Surgery) is a minimally invasive procedure in which a slender lighted telescope (laparoscope) is used to look inside your pelvic area. Laparoscopy can be used for diagnosis, treatment, or both. The faster recovery time, minimal pain, shorter hospital stays, and better aesthetic results have made Laparoscopy the need of the hour. Laparoscopy has now become the gold standard for a myriad of gynecological procedures such as tubal ligation, removal of ovarian cyst, or adnexa. Management of ectopic pregnancy, chronic pelvic pain, endometriosis, fibroid removal, infertility, hysterectomy, etc. To know more about Laparoscopic procedures, consult not just a gynecologist, but a gynecologist trained in Laparoscopic Surgery.
Hysteroscopy is a procedure that allows your gynecologist to look inside your uterus using a hysteroscope which is a thin, lighted tube. The Hysteroscope is passed into your womb through your vagina and cervix (entrance of womb) which means no cut or incision needs to be made in your skin. Hysteroscopy is a minimally invasive intervention that can be used to diagnose and treat patients with complaints of heavy periods, unusual vaginal bleeding, post-menopausal bleeding, repeated miscarriages, and infertility. Diagnostic and operative hysteroscopy have revolutionized the treatment strategy in gynecological practice. If you suffer from any of the above symptoms, consult your doctor now.
Colposcopy is a diagnostic procedure done to cíoaely examine your cervix, vagina, and vulva. For this procedure, the doctor uses a magnifying instrument called a colposcope. It is done to look for any signs of disease or to find cancerous cells or abnormal cells. A colposcopy can also be used for other health conditions such as polyps (non-cancerous growths) or genital warts. You may need to undergo this procedure if your Pap results are abnormal, your cervix looks abnormal during a pelvic exam, unexplained bleeding, and other health problems.