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Gynaecology and Obstetrics
Sidarth Hospital

Department of Gynaecology and Obstetrics

Sidarth Centre of Women Care makes it one of the best hospitals for women care in Hyderabad.

At Sidarth Hospitals, we offer you the entire spectrum of gynaecological and Obstetrics services that a woman might need in her lifetime. We practice the latest treatments and medical procedures, and pride ourselves on our expertise in the field.

Our team of specialists is richly experienced, and carry behind them years of dedicated work. On a regular basis, they diagnose and treat pain/bleeding issues, uterine fibroids, urinary incontinence, abnormal pap smears, and help manage complications in conception and early pregnancy.

Our diagnoses are a product of deep deliberation, and experts across disciplines come together and share their respective insights. This means that you stand to gain the most comprehensive medical diagnosis possible

General Gynecology

At Sidarth, the Department of Gynaecology focuses on the healthcare needs of women, all the way from adolescence to menopause, and later too.

We provide a safe and supportive space for women to seek medical care. We treat all gynaecological issues with the latest know-how, and advocate minimally invasive methodologies that rely on state-of-the-art technology.

Services and Procedures We Undertake
• General Gynaecology
• Minimally Invasive Gynaecologic Surgery
• Pre-conception counseling
• Uro-gynaecology
• Preventive health check-ups
• Fibroids

Pregnancy Care

Sidarth Hospitals stands fully equipped to take care of all your maternity needs, from prenatal to postnatal care. Our team includes expert gynaecologists, Foetal Medicine experts, nutritionists, physiotherapists, experienced nursing staff, and the neonatal teams are supported by state-of-the-art NICU infrastructure. Our collective experience allows us to confidently say that complex and high-risk pregnancies, including premature births, can be accomplished competently.

The list of services we offer includes – prenatal care, specialized diet counselling,  consultations with physiotherapists, timely scans, postnatal care, as well as 24X7 gynaecologist support at the hospital. We also have a 24X7 pharmacy, laboratory, and blood storage capacity that help us handle any and all emergencies.

Dr. Uma Rani

MBBS, MS Obstetrics & Gynaecology

 Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Dr. Uma Rani gynecologist

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FAQs

Most frequent questions and answers - -neurology for-patients faqs

Sidarth Hospitals is one of the best hospitals for Gynaecology and Obstetrics treatment.

If you are facing any of the following symptoms, you must show yourself to a gynaecologist.

• Irregular periods
• Chronic pelvic pain
• Painful intercourse
• Bleeding during intercourse
• Lumps or bumps in the vaginal region
• Infertility or not able to conceive/not able to get pregnant
• Irregular discharge

The above-mentioned symptoms may not seem very serious at a cursory look. However, they may be signs of a more severe underlying condition. Depending on the condition of the patient, the gynaecologist will offer a diagnosis, or suggest further procedures like an ultrasound scan, hysteroscopy, or a colposcopy.

Many women experience vaginal bleeding or spotting during pregnancy. This is a common symptom for many conditions and problems, some of which may be serious. There may be cause for concern depending on how much blood you’re passing, how far along you are in your pregnancy, and whether you have any other symptoms or pain.

Keep reading to learn more about some of the most common conditions that cause bleeding during pregnancy. If you are concerned about any symptoms, call your health care provider. You may be asked to come in for blood tests or an ultrasound. Your doctor may or may not be able to diagnose a cause for the bleeding.

Miscarriage is fairly common, occurring in up to 20% of pregnancies. Miscarriages are most likely to occur in the first 13 weeks of pregnancy, but they can occur as late as 20 weeks. Symptoms of a miscarriage include:

  • Vaginal bleeding
  • Passing tissue through the vagina
  • Strong cramping

If you’re experiencing vaginal bleeding with no cramping or only light cramping, you’re likely not miscarrying. The bleeding may very well stop on its own while the pregnancy continues.

If you believe you’ve miscarried, make an appointment with your healthcare provider. If there is some tissue left in your uterus after a miscarriage, it will need to be expelled or removed. Your doctor can prescribe medication to help your body expel the tissue. Tissue can also be removed with a procedure called dilation and curettage, or D&C. This is when your doctor dilates your cervix and scrapes tissue out of your uterus with a special spoon-shaped instrument. Suction can also be used instead of, or in addition to, the curette. 

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Heavy bleeding late in pregnancy usually indicates a complication with the placenta. This requires medical treatment. The two most common complications are:

  • Placenta previa. This is when the placenta has developed at the bottom of the uterus, covering the cervix. This usually does not cause any pain, but can cause vaginal bleeding.
  • Placental abruption. In most pregnancies, the placenta is connected to the uterine wall. If it becomes disconnected, either before or during labor, it can disrupt circulation to the baby. Vaginal bleeding is sometimes present, but more often it will cause abdominal pain