Women's Health Practice
Our highly trained physicians Gynecologists/ Obstetricians offer comprehensive obstetrics and gynecology services from a patient’s initial exam, to childbirth and through menopause and beyond. We are dedicated to providing our patients with high quality, individualized care with compassion and respect.
Our Gynecology Services include the following:
· New patient GYN exams
· Yearly GYN exams
· Consults/second opinions
· Pap smear
· Breast examination
· Family planning/contraception
· Infertility testing
· Pediatric/adolescent gynecology
· Menopause/hormone management
· Urinary incontinence evaluation and surgery
· Laparoscopic hysterectomy
· Laparoscopic bladder repair
HIGH RISK PROCEDURES OFFERED
· Pregnancy with hypertension
· Pregnancy with Diabetes Mellitus
· Pregnancy with Thyroid Disease
· Pregnancy with Seizures
· Pregnancy with Cardiovascular Disease
· Pregnancy with Renal Disease
· Pregnancy with Infections
· Pregnancy with Alcohol and Drug abuse
· Pregnancy with Psychiatric issues
· Pregnancy with Surgical diseases
· Trauma during Pregnancy
· Twin Pregnancy (multiple)
· Isomerization during Pregnancy
· Pregnancy with Domestic Violence
· Pregnancy with Auto Immune Disease
a) SLE (systemic Lupus)
b) Rheumatoid arthritis
c) ITP(Idiopathic thrombocytopenia)
d) Myasthenia gravis
e) Antiphospholipid syndrome
At Aadil Hospital we encourage females to come for an annual examination. Especially when they are close to Marriage. It is important for the ‘To be bride’ to consider Contraception and plan early phase of marital life. Please ask for an appointment with a Gynecologist.
Although no one likes to have an Gyn or pelvic exam done, it's very important to your health now and in the future. The exam helps to make sure that your reproductive organs are healthy and helps your health care provider detect medical conditions (such as infections or abnormal Pap smears) that could become serious if not treated. During the exam your health care provider is feeling the size and shape of your external and internal reproductive organs, including the vulva (outside), vagina, uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes (inside).
Will It Hurt?
The pelvic examination will not hurt. Many women describe the experience as a sensation of crowding or fullness in the vagina; however, there should be no pain. Sometimes a woman will feel discomfort, especially if she is tense.
The reaction of many women to having fingers or a speculum placed in the vagina is to close the legs or squeeze the vaginal muscles. While it may be instinctive to clamp down, tensing the muscles often will make you more uncomfortable. The key to the pelvic exam is relaxation. Take slow, deep breaths and try to distract your mind to help you relax.
What Will It Feel Like?
You will feel touching with gloved fingers on the outside of your genitals. During the bimanual exam you will feel two fingers in the vagina and the other hand on the abdomen gently pressing the tissue between the two hands. At one point during the exam, the your doctor will insert an instrument called a speculum into the vagina. The speculum will generally be warmed to minimize discomfort. Your doctor will commonly complete the exam by doing a rectal examination, placing one finger in the rectum and one in the vagina. The reason for doing this is so your health care provider can feel much higher and deeper in the pelvis to make sure everything is normal.
The Pap Test
During your exam, you will also be given a Pap test which is a screening test that helps your doctor detect cellular changes your cervix (the opening to the womb at the end of the vagina)
FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES
Every woman should have access to a wide range of family planning options. Our doctors are committed to providing you with high quality, personalized care and are available to offer individualized consultation to help you with your family planning decisions.
Which birth control method is right for you?
We offer a range of options for birth control and family planning. These include:
· Birth Control Pills
· Emergency Contraception (morning after pill)
· IUD (intrauterine device)
· Birth Control Implants
Menopause is a natural and normal transition period in a woman’s life that typically occurs between the ages of 45 and 55 and could last for five or more years. Menopause signifies change in women where the end of fertility is typically indicated by the permanent stopping of monthly menstruation.
Over time, the ovaries have reduced functionality, resulting in decreased levels of estrogen and progesterone. Symptoms of menopause are caused by these decreased hormone levels. Specific symptoms and how significant they are varies from woman to woman.
Your Doctor's Role
Your doctor can help you make a smooth transition into menopause and beyond by:
· Letting you know what physical and emotional changes to expect
· Helping you explore all your options to handle minor or complex issues
· Working with you to develop an individual strategy, depending on your symptoms and your preferences
Many women find menopausal and post-menopausal life to be liberating. No monthly bloating, cramping, tampons or pads. No pregnancy concerns. Don't be afraid of this stage of your life. Both short and long-term conditions can be managed with your Consultant’s advice.
For further iquiries and appointments please call +92 42 111 223 454