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The healthcare facility ideals with day-to-day and common female problems too.
The most commonly faced female health issues include:
Women suffering from abnormalities in periods such as irregularity and painful periods should not ignore it as normal. They can visit our center to get proper treatment.
Many ladies across the globe suffer from the issue of excessive vaginal discharges. A vaginal discharge is a completely healthy process as it cleans out the vagina of debris, bacteria, and dead cells, thereby keeping it safe.
Excess discharges are pathological and need medical attention. The discharge can vary in volume and color (clear to milky-white) depending upon the time in your menstrual cycle. There are different causes of vaginal discharge which are listed below:
● Bacterial infection of the vagina (bacterial vaginosis) or the pelvis
● Prolonged usage of steroids/antibiotics and birth control pills
● Sexually transmitted disease (gonorrhea, etc.)
● Irritation of the vagina (vaginitis)
● Cervical cancer
● Yeast infection
Managing Vaginal Discharge
The doctors will start by taking a complete history of the discharge which includes timing, color, the odor of the discharge, and whether there is itching, or burning around the vagina associated with the discharge.
After a diagnosis is reached, the doctor may treat your vaginal infection with antibiotics (tablets and even vaginal creams). Trichomoniasis (parasitic infection of the vaginal walls) is treated using metronidazole.
The doctor will also guide you on how to keep your vagina clean and hygienic to prevent bacterial infestation.
Abnormal thickening of the uterine wall (endometriosis) increases the risk of the development of polyps, cysts, adenomyosis, and even ovarian cancer. It is better to get your endometrial lining checked and treated (when necessary).
Ovarian cysts can also be managed here. Medications and surgical procedures are offered for removal and resorption of the cyst, depending on the type and extent.
Women entering the menopause stage are often faced with problems like vaginal discharges, hot flushes, hormonal imbalances. It is better to consult a doctor for issues during perimenopause and menopause. Postmenopausal complications are also addressed in the best possible way.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
PCOS is a common issue that hinders the normal conception of children. Therefore, it should be treated timely.
You can get the best PCOS treatment by visiting EasyMom in Chennai.
Other diseases treated at the facility include vaginal disorders. The facility is well equipped in screening cancers
and referring you to an oncologist.
Uterine fibroids are common findings in women. Fibroids are benign (non-cancerous) growths that appear during childbearing age. Uterine fibroids are almost never associated with cancer, however, resemble tumors.
The fibroids range from small seedling size to big masses. You might also experience multiple fibroids. The presence of fibroids causes an increase in weight. Following symptoms may point towards the presence of fibroids:
● Heavy bleeding on periods accompanied with pain (pelvic)
● Difficulty in emptying the bladder
Though fibroids do not pose any problem in pregnancy but can be a source of persistent discomfort and can cause infertility. Therefore, they need to be treated.
EasyMom offers a high-quality treatment of fibroids.
Hysterectomy is the process of surgical removal of the uterus. There are different reasons for which hysterectomy
is performed which include:
● Uterine fibroids
● Abnormal vaginal bleeding
● Cervical cancer or cancer of the ovaries and uterus
● Uterine prolapse (sliding of the uterus into the vaginal canal)
● Excessive endometriosis
Most commonly performed hysterectomy procedures include:
Abdominal hysterectomy is the process of surgical excision and removal of the uterus where an incision is made
in the lower abdomen. Subtotal, total, or radical hysterectomy may be performed by the abdominal approach.
EasyMom provides hygienic abdominal hysterectomy procedures with minimal invasion.
In contrast to abdominal hysterectomy, laparoscopic hysterectomy is a minimally invasive procedure to remove
the uterus. The surgeon makes a very small incision near the belly button and inserts laparoscopic instruments
through the holes with guidance from a micro camera.
This procedure is more advanced and a little more costly than the abdominal hysterectomy. But the healing time
and post-surgical complications of laparoscopic hysterectomy are far less than abdominal ones.