Over the last few decades, gynecological treatment in Mumbai has made significant progress, with procedures being performed using a minimally invasive approach, resulting in better outcomes and faster recovery.
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Moreover, the Babies & Us IVF centre in Mumbai is outfitted with cutting-edge technology that allows minimally invasive surgery, resulting in faster recovery, less blood loss, less pain, and a shorter hospital stay. We provide comprehensive assistance in cases of complications.
Our specialists work hard to offer you personalized, specialized, and best gynecological treatment in Mumbai to keep you healthy and treat the underlying disorder.
Our experts believe in going above and beyond to make patients feel at ease and relaxed to provide the best care and assistance possible. To provide comprehensive care, we offer a variety of procedures and treatments that address a wide range of gynecological concerns.
Symptoms of various gynecological conditions can be similar. For example, women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) may experience irregular, heavy bleeding with spotting and postcoital bleeding (PCB), but women with submucosal fibroid may also experience these symptoms.
Hence, an accurate diagnosis is required to provide appropriate treatment while keeping the desired outcome in mind. This is especially true when it comes to fertility issues.
If you are experiencing gynecological issues or infertility problems, consult our seasoned fertility or IVF specialists in Mumbai to determine your condition and seek the most-effective medical care.
In this article, we will discuss the symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment of gynecological conditions. Continue reading to learn more.
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Symptoms and Causes of Various Gynecological Conditions
Gynecological issues are typically caused by hormonal imbalance. Back pain, increased urination, and other gynecological problems are not always related to reproductive organs.
Dysmenorrhea is one of several gynecological issues. It may cause cramping and lower abdominal pain with the onset of menstruation, leading to pelvic infections.
The most common gynecological problem is painful menstruation (dysmenorrhea), which is also caused by improper uterine contractions.
An ovarian cyst is a gynecological problem resulting from cysts that form in the ovary due to overly large follicles that do not open to release the egg. These cysts may contain blood due to blood leakage into the egg sac. An ovarian cyst is a collection of fluid or semi-solid material within an ovary surrounded by a thin wall.
A follicular cyst is the most common type of ovarian cyst. It develops when a follicle (a normal fluid-filled sac containing an egg) grows larger than usual during a woman's menstrual cycle but does not open to release the egg. Follicular cysts usually resolve on their own over days to months.
It is a common female health problem termed after the endometrium, the tissue that lines the uterus. Endometriosis occurs when the endometrium develops outside of the uterine wall and elsewhere in the body.
Endometriosis is most commonly found on the fallopian tubes, ovaries, and tissues that hold the uterus in place and the outer uterine surface. However, it can grow on the cervix, vulva, vagina, bladder, bowel, and rectum. Endometriosis rarely spreads to other body parts like skin, lungs, and brain.
Polycystic ovarian disease (PCOD)
It is a common hormonal reproductive problem seen in women of childbearing age. PCOD may develop gradually after the first menstrual period, resulting in fertility issues, improper insulin resistance in the body, abdominal pain during menstruation, depression, and mood swings.
The ovaries produce follicles, which grow to form eggs, and the eggs then reach into the uterus for fertilization. However, in cases of PCOD, the follicles produced do not mature into eggs, and as the ovaries continue to produce follicles, forming too many cysts.
The menstrual cycle occurs due to egg deformation and no fertilization. Ovarian dysfunction increases male hormones, which leads to excessive facial hair growth or scalp hair loss.
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Various Treatments for Gynecological Conditions
Gynecological issues are mostly non-cancerous. If you are experiencing gynecological problems, consult your gynecologist to determine your condition and receive the finest gynecological treatment in Mumbai.
During a laparoscopic "keyhole" surgery, the doctor uses a laparoscope to perform certain surgeries on the abdominal pelvic organs. It is a common minimally invasive treatment procedure for gynecological problems.
The hysteroscope is a viable treatment option similar to laparoscopic surgeries. It involves removing additional tissues or polyps.
It is another common procedure to remove the endometrial lining from the uterine walls. However, this type of treatment is suitable for women who are not willing to get pregnant in the future.
Surgery is the best option in some cases to solve the problem of uterine bleeding. For severe cases, your gynecologist may advise you to have a hysterectomy to remove your uterus to eliminate all major issues. This procedure is only performed if you are not willing to get pregnant in the future.
Hormonal pills, injections, or IUDs are other options for reducing excessive bleeding, cramping, and pain. If you experience any of the mentioned symptoms, you should contact your doctor immediately. If you have gynecological issues, your periods may be less than 21 days or more than 45 days apart.
A gynecologist appointment is suggested for annual screening and any time a woman has concerns about symptoms like pelvic, vulvar, or vaginal pain or irregular uterine bleeding.
Excessive abdominal pain may also occur during menstruation or sexual intercourse. If your period lasts longer than seven days, you should be concerned. If you notice bleeding or spotting after your menstrual cycle, seek medical attention.