Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Needless to say, a woman’s health is comprised on most often. Well, not any more. Aster CMI Hebbal, one of the best women care hospitals in Bangalore offers comprehensive health care facilities for women. We excel in maternity and gynecology services for women in and around Bangalore with our peerless team of trained consultants and Doctors. The team at Aster CMI have ages of experience in handling obstetrics and gynecology cases including emergencies.

At Aster CMI, we have a dedicated Centre of Excellence pertaining to women’s health that offers treatment matching the standards of international protocols and high-quality care. The Obstetric services offered here include early pregnancy care to postnatal care.

Aster CMI is also known to be one of the best high-risk pregnancy care facilities in Bangalore, having a critical care unit in the delivery suite. Backed up with a team of highly skilled Gynaecologist in Hebbal, Nurses and specialists, the hospital functions with contemporary technical support with the latest delivery suite and dedicated Fetal Medicine Unit.

Other services offered at Aster CMI extend to many other gynaecology services starting from menstrual disorders to Menopause treatment and optimal care of the new-born babies; Endocrinologists for the treatment of patients with gestational diabetes, thyroid disorders, and much more work with a multidisciplinary approach and share excellent co-ordination with other teams at Aster CMI Hospital Hebbal Bangalore.

Faqs

Want to find out more about the treatment? The answer to your questions can be found below.

Is it common to have irregular or no bleeding while on birth control pills

Yes, it is common for the period to get a light that there is no obvious bleeding, even on the sugar pills. This condition is considered to be normal and not a cause for concern.

It happens when the hormone level in your pills drop, results in lighter bleeding which is slightly different than the normal period you had before taking the pill

 

Do I need a routine Mammogram

A Mammogram is recommended for women who are aged 40 or above need to start yearly screening mammograms.

A mammogram is an X-ray image of the breast to diagnose the early signs of breast cancer

 

What are the common concerns I can discuss with my ob-gyn

Some of the common concerns include Pain and cramps during the menstrual cycle, Acne, Weight, Sex and sexuality, Birth control, STIs, Emotional ups & downs, Alcohol, drugs, and smoking

What are the exams performed during the first visit to a Gynaecologist

General physical exam

- External genital exam

 

When should I first consult a Gynecologist for a Gynecological exam

It is recommended to consult a Gynecologist from the age of 13 to 15 years. Later when you are sexually active or within 2 to 3 years of being sexually active

Is it normal to have unexpected bleeding on birth control pills

Yes, it is usual to have unexpected bleeding as the birth control pills will affect the lining of the uterus. This condition is normal with light bleeding, specifically during the first three months of using hormonal birth control pills.

If you have any doubts or clarification, then consult Best Gynecologist in Bangalore at Aster CMI Hospital

 

What are the symptoms of a vaginal infection

The most common vaginal infection is either a yeast infection or bacterial vaginosis. Both of them can cause itching, burning, rawness or discomfort etc. They are usually associated with increased vaginal discharge which can vary from women to women at different stages of her life

What happens during my external genital exam

In the external genital exam, your doctor will view the vulva and the opening of your vagina to identify the signs of cysts, abnormal discharge, genital warts, irritation, or other issues. Your doctor may give you a mirror to see vulva as well, and this exam helps know about your body better

What is the age of a woman for her first Gynecological exam

The first pelvic exam should be done around the age of 21 years or sooner when the woman is sexually active

What is the difference between Gynaecologist and Obstetrician

An Obstetrician and Gynaecologist are two specialist doctors who work in women’s health care. An Obstetrician specializes in care for women during their pregnancy and just after the baby is born. Whereas, Gynecologist is a doctor who specializes in women's reproductive health

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