Caring for women’s health of all ages including adolescent, maternal and ageing women is important for optimal health. We help with care ranging from well women exams to advanced medical and surgical care. Our modern care for women includes urogynaecology for reproductive and post-reproductive ages.
Our Gynaecology unit team is experienced in multiple disciplines of medical and surgical diagnosis, treatment and therapies. While we provide better medical care and support, we keep in mind the emotional and social aspects of women issues within our society.
We treat a range of women’s health problems from irregular cycles, contraceptive technology, stress related women issues and more. Find counseling and therapy for midlife women in the age of peri and post-menopausal stage. When medical therapy is insufficient, we apply innovative surgical care such as laparoscopic day surgery and fibroid removal from the uterus to control bleeding. These surgeries will still help women become mothers in the future.
Besides these, we care for stress incontinence and pelvic floor prolapse with diagnostic and preventive therapy. Find transvaginal, laparoscopic and abdominal procedures, such as removal of ovarian cysts and fibroids. For women with endometriosis and irregular, heavy vaginal bleeding, our diagnosis and therapy works perfectly.
When your surgeon makes a small cut and puts a tiny laparoscope with a camera and light into your body, they can view your body from inside on a large screen. This way instead of larger cuts, very tiny cuts are used to fix issues through a minimally invasive surgical procedure. The laparoscopic surgery is used to treat women’s reproductive issues and other issues like gall bladder and more. At Kinder Hospital, our gynaecology unit makes the use of this surgery to treat problems such as:
In this type of surgery, the surgeon makes small cuts not more than half an inch at your abdomen. Then, they insert a tube through each opening. This enables them to put the laparoscope with camera and surgical instruments to pass inside. The video captured by laparoscope is shown live on a screen and then your surgeon will perform the operation.
A robot helps a surgeon to be extremely precise during an operation. The surgeon will make small cuts into the skin and put through the camera. Then they set up robot’s arms replacing the surgical instruments and set up a computer to operate.
As compared to normal laparoscopy, a robotic surgery will give a three dimensional high quality, magnified image of the inside parts. While watching the screen, the surgeon uses hand controls to move the robot and surgical instruments. This allows the surgeon to operate exactly where they need and not cut the surrounding parts. This means less bleeding and quicker healing.