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  • Sterilisation

    Laparoscopic Sterilisation

    Sterilisation in women is done through bilateral Tubal ligation. This is a surgical sterilization process in which the Fallopian tubes are blocked and the eggs are thus prevented from getting fertilized. The fallopian tubes are either clamped with a tight ring or a segment cauterized and divided. Tubal ligation is a permanent method of sterilization […]

    • surgical removal of fibroids or myomas from the uterus

      Laparoscopic Myomectomy

      Myomectomy is the surgical removal of fibroids or myomas from the uterus. In this procedure the uterus is not removed. Myomectomy is the preferred choice of management of uterine fibroids for women who wish to become pregnant later or women who though not looking at future pregnancies want to preserve the uterus for the psychological […]

      • hysterectomy

        Laprascopic hysterectomy

        By Hysterectomy, we mean the removal of the uterus. Commonly it involves the removal of uterus and cervix, which is called Total hysterectomy. Many a time it is combined with removal of both fallopian tubes and ovaries ( bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy). When done in cancer patients which involve removal of uterus, cervix, both fallopian tubes, ovaries […]

        • Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy

          Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy

          Ovarian cysts are abnormal fluid filled sacs that sometimes develop on the ovaries. Ovarian cysts are not uncommon and occur through all age groups. Commonly encountered are the non-cancerous functional cysts either follicular cysts containing the eggs or the corpus luteal cysts that are formed after the release of the egg from the follicular cyst.Other […]

          • Large uterus of 16weeks size…… is laparascopic hysterectomy possible?

            Large uterus of 16weeks size…… is laparascopic hysterectomy possible? If so any added risks involved?

            Large sized uteruses normally have multiple fibroids or one huge fibroids Yes, laparoscopic hysterectomy or removal of uterus is possible even if the uterus size is more than 12 to 14 weeks or even if has fibroid more than 6cm.

            • Prolactin-The Milk Secreting Hormone

              PROLACTIN ”The Milk Secreting Hormone “

              Prolactin is the hormone that produces milk through mammary glands during lactation. Gland secreting prolactin is situated in the brain. Physiological increase of prolactin hormone levels occur during pregnancy and lactation. In the non-physiological state an abnormal increase in the prolactin hormone manifests by the following symptoms Milk secretion from breasts Absence of menstrual flow […]

              • painful-menstruation

                Painful Menstruation

                Pain during menstruation is called dysmenorrhea. It’s the most common menstrual disorder.More than 50% of menstruating women experience this. 90% it is physiological and called Primary dysmenorrhea.It is because of

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                  Post Hysterectomy Depression

                  Depressive feelings after undergoing hysterectomy is not uncommon. It is the result of both physical and emotional stress. Physical stress triggered by the frustration of not being able to do things which normally one does due to the limitation of physical activity by pain and discomfort. Emotional stress as a result of a feeling of […]

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                    Endometriosis is not “All in your head!”

                    Endometriosis is a pathological condition. It is both painful and painfully chronic. Even with the advancement of medical practices, many a times it is brushed off as ‘ woman’s problem ‘ saying that severe abdominal pain is a part of ‘normal menses’, or the always present dull aching pelvic pain as ‘part of being woman’, […]

                    • Laproscopy-or-open-surgery

                      Laparoscopy or open surgery?

                      Laparoscopic approach to intra abdominal surgery was introduced in the early 1990s. The actual operation performed during a laparoscopy or open approach is the same. Laparoscopy is a minimally invasive surgery. Minimally invasive surgery means treatment of surgical disorders in a manner that is least invasive to the body. Minimal invasive procedures use small incisions, […]

                      • Dr.Beena-Jeysing-blog

                        Uterine Fibroids

                        Uterine leiomyomas are benign lumps that grow on the uterus. They are non cancerous .They are usually asymptomatic, but can cause a number of clinical issues as Abnormal uterine bleeding especially heavy menstrual flow, Infertility, Recurrent pregnancy loss, Cramping, Pain during sexual intercourse An urge to urinate and symptoms caused by compression of fibroid on […]

                        • high risk pregnancy case

                          High risk pregnancy case which I handled recently

                          Mrs. X in her current 3rd pregnancy with one previous live child of 3 years came to us in early pregnancy. The previous delivery was by Caesarean section. She had had one previous miscarriage, was an asthmatic and a diabetic on insulin. She was examined by the gynecologist and referred to the endocrinologist and fetal […]

                          • preconception-councilling

                            Preconception counseling

                            Preconception counseling Caring for your health before you become pregnant will help you learn about any risk factors and treat any medical problems before you conceive.This helps you make healthy choices for you and your baby. During the preconception visit you will be questioned regarding your medical and surgical history,family and genetic history,previous obstetric history […]

                            • obstetric cholestasis

                              OBSTETRIC CHOLESTASIS

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                              • Dr.Beena-blogs

                                When do you consider your pregnancy to be at risk?

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