Specialist for Painless Delivery


Painless delivery is a technique which involves the administration of epidural analgesia to a woman in labor in order to attain a pain free delivery. This kind of delivery is carried out with the help of an anesthetist, alongside the gynecologist and other surgeons.

Labor pain is a significant cause of worry and apprehension in expecting mothers. Also the pain sensitivity differs in every individual. With modern technology, now soon to be mothers can opt for a Painless normal Delivery and be an active participant in the delivery process. Painless Delivery is also a way to give birth naturally.

Painless delivery is only recommended in high risk pregnancy cases. Each expecting mother and her family are educated on the risks, benefits of opting for an epidural assisted painless delivery.

Specialist for Painless Delivery

Specialist for Cesarean Section


Specialist for Cesarean Section

Caesarean section also called C-section is a non-vaginal delivery of a baby. It is a surgical procedure of delivering a baby through incisions made in the abdomen and uterus of a pregnant woman. Your doctor may decide to perform a C-section if your condition is unsafe to go for a vaginal birth or you elect to have one.

Some times, it may be done when unexpected complications arise during labour however at times pregnant women may prefer C-section rather than normal vaginal delivery. Some of the conditions in which a C-section your obstetrician may recommend caesarean delivery include:

  • Twin or multiple pregnancy
  • Labour does not progress – The uterine contractions may not be enough to cause dilation of the cervix and allow baby to move into the birth canal.
  • Foetal complications – Umbilical cord compression or abnormal heart rate.
  • Placental problems – The placenta may detach from the uterus before delivery, the condition called placenta abruptio.
  • Large-sized baby – The head of the baby may be large enough and the birth canal may be small comparatively to allow safe normal delivery.
  • Abnormal presentation – Breech baby or baby is in an abnormal position.
  • Maternal conditions and infections – Conditions such as maternal diabetes or maternal high blood pressure and maternal infections such as human immunodeficiency virus or herpes.

Specialist for Infertility Treatment


Infertility is the inability to conceive after a long period with unprotected sex.

It is estimated that about one couple in seven faces difficulties in conceiving. If you've been having regular unprotected sex for more than 12 months (or less, if you're over 35) and are still not pregnant, you may begin to wonder if you have a fertility problem.

If you decide to seek medical help, the best thing to do is see your doctor. Many infertility problems can be pinpointed and the vast majority treated.

Women who are fertile experience a natural period of fertility before and during ovulation, and they are naturally infertile for the rest of the menstrual cycle. Fertility awareness methods are used to discern when these changes occur by tracking changes in cervical mucus or basal body temperature.

Specialist for Infertility Treatment

Specialist for High Risk Pregnancy Care


For the vast majority of women, pregnancy follows a routine course. Some women, however, have medical difficulties related to their health or the health of their baby. These women experience what is called a high-risk pregnancy. High-risk complications occur in only 6 percent to 8 percent of all pregnancies. These complications can be serious and require special care to ensure the best possible outcome.

While some problems are unavoidable, perinatologists obstetricians with special training and board certification in high risk pregnancy care work to minimize complications and help you achieve the healthiest pregnancy possible. Each year, we deliver hundreds of high-risk pregnancies.

Our team of doctors, nurses and support staff coordinates all aspects of pregnancy care, from consultation, diagnosis and delivery, to long-term follow-up care for mothers and their babies.

Specialist for High Risk Pregnancy Care

Specialist for PCOD (Polysistic Ovarian Disease)


Specialist for PCOD (Polysistic ovarian disease)

An ultrasound uses sound waves to look for abnormal follicles and other problems with your ovaries and uterus. Summary: Doctors diagnose PCOS if women have at least two of three main symptoms high androgen levels, irregular periods, and cysts in the ovaries.

Polycystic Ovarian Disease (PCOD), also known as Polycystic Ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a very common condition affecting 5% to 10% of women in the age group 12–45 years. It is a problem in which a woman's hormones are out of balance. It can cause problems with menstrual periods and make it difficult

Our team of doctors, nurses and support staff coordinates all aspects of pregnancy care, from consultation, diagnosis and delivery, to long-term follow-up care for mothers and their babies.

Specialist for Abdominal Pain


Abdominal pain is defined as pain occurring in the belly between the chest and groin. Abdominal pain is one of the more common medical complaints and is usually self-limited and resolves without treatment. When abdominal pain is severe, persistent or disabling, medical evaluation from an abdominal pain Chandra Clinic specialist is recommended for abdominal pain relief.

Causes of Abdominal Pain
There are many potential causes of abdominal pain, including but not limited to ulcers, hernias, endometriosis in women, Crohn's disease and appendicitis. Patients experiencing abdominal pain associated with fever, vomiting or painful urination should seek medical care from a pain management clinic specialist.

As with any other type of pain, abdominal pain is considered chronic when it has lasted for at least six months.

Specialist for Abdominal Pain

Specialist for Vaginal Discharge


Specialist for Vaginal Discharge

Vaginal discharge serves an important housekeeping function in the female reproductive system. Fluid made by glands inside the vagina and cervix carries away dead cells and bacteria. This keeps the vagina clean and helps prevent infection.

Most of the time, vaginal discharge is perfectly normal. The amount can vary, as can odor and hue (its color can range from clear to a milky white-ish), depending on the time in your menstrual cycle. For example, there will be more discharge if you are ovulating, breastfeeding, or are sexually aroused. The smell may be different if you are pregnant or you haven't been diligent about your personal hygiene.

None of those changes is cause for alarm. However, if the color, smell, or consistency seems significantly unusual, especially if it accompanied by vaginal itching or burning, you could be noticing an infection or other condition.

Specialist for Menopause Problems


Menopause is the ending of a woman’s monthly menstrual periods. Periods stop and it makes the end of women’s reproductive period. Menopause may occur from 35 to 60. But most women stop menstruating in their midforties to early fifties.

Ovaries- the body’s main producers of female sex hormones (oestrogen & progesterone) gradually stop working, and the hormone levels drop dramatically. This process begins 3 to 5 years before the final menstrual period. Your periods become irregular or longer or shorter. Menstrual flow lessens, but often a light period is followed by a heavy one, or “flooding”. Sometimes, there is a gap of months between periods.

You may think it is stopped- then be surprised by another. The reduction in the amount of female hormones in the body can have wide raging effects- from short-term symptoms such as hot flushes, night sweats and vaginal dryness, to an increased risk of osteoporosis (brittle bones) and heart diseases.

Women can become irritable when hot flushes rob them of a good night’s sleep. Some signs of depression observed during this period include insomnia or sleeping too much, and feeling helpless, hopeless, or worthless.

Specialist for Menopause Problems

Specialist for Abortion


Specialist for Abortion

Abortion is the ending of pregnancy by removing a fetus or embryo before it can survive outside the uterus. An abortion that occurs spontaneously is also known as a miscarriage. An abortion may be caused purposely and is then called an induced abortion, or less frequently. The word abortion is often used to mean only induced abortions. A similar procedure after the fetus could potentially survive outside the womb is known as a "late termination of pregnancy"

Our purpose is to provide the safest possible abortion care & termination of pregnancies for fetal anomalies or other medical indications. Abortion care is always provided in a confidential, comfortable & dignified outpatient setting.

We provide every patient personal consultation time allowing the patient to ask any questions they may have and for Dr. Divya Singh and Staff to understand all the special circumstances surrounding each individual's case.

Specialist for Breast Screening


Screening is a systematic evaluation of a 'normal' individual to see if there is any underlying cancer. A 'normal' individual implies one who does not have any symptoms or signs of cancer, and one who is living a normal life.

Some women (about four in every houndred that are screened) are called back because the x-ray indicates that more tests are needed. Most of these women (3 out of 4) will have no problems. Women should not be surprised if they are called back and then tests show that there is nothing to worry about (see 'False positive results').

A core biopsy, which removes a small sample of breast tissue under local anaesthetic is often taken for analysis and should not cause more discomfort that a blood test. Fine-needle aspiration cytology may also be done. This involves drawing off some breast cells or fluid through a fine needle for laboratory analysis, but a core biopsy is more commonly used.

Specialist for Breast Screening

Specialist for Colposcopy


Specialist for Colposcopy

Colposcopy (kol-POS-kuh-pee) is a procedure to closely examine your cervix, vagina and vulva for signs of disease. During colposcopy, your doctor uses a special instrument called a colposcope.

Your doctor may recommend colposcopy if your Pap test result is abnormal. If your doctor finds an unusual area of cells during colposcopy, a sample of tissue can be collected for laboratory testing (biopsy).

Many women experience anxiety before their colposcopy exams. Knowing what to expect during your colposcopy may help you feel more comfortable.

Why it's done
Your doctor may recommend colposcopy if a Pap test or pelvic exam revealed abnormalities. Colposcopy can be used to diagnose:

  • 1. Genital warts
  • 2. Inflammation of the cervix (cervicitis)
  • 3. Precancerous changes in the tissue of the cervix
  • 4. Precancerous changes in the tissue of the vagina
  • 5. Precancerous changes of the vulva

Specialist for Hysterectomy / Hysteroscopy


Hysterectomy
Hysteroscopy is a procedure that allows your doctor to look inside your uterus in order to diagnose and treat causes of abnormal bleeding. Hysteroscopy is done using a hysteroscope, a thin, lighted tube that is inserted into the vagina to examine the cervix and inside of the uterus.

Hysteroscopy
Hysteroscopy is the inspection of the uterine cavity by endoscopy with access through the cervix. It allows for the diagnosis of intrauterine pathology and serves as a method for surgical intervention.

Diagnostic hysteroscopy is used to diagnose problems of the uterus. Diagnostic hysteroscopy is also used to confirm results of other tests, such as hysterosalpingography (HSG). HSG is an X-ray dye test used to check the uterus and fallopian tubes. Diagnostic hysteroscopy can many times be done in an office setting.

Specialist for Hysterectomy / Hysteroscopy

Specialist for Laparoscopic Gynae Surgery


Specialist for Laparoscopic Gynae Surgery

Laparoscopy can be used for diagnosis, treatment, or both. A diagnostic procedure can sometimes turn into treatment. Some reasons for diagnostic laparoscopy are unexplained pelvic pain, unexplained infertility, a history of pelvic infection.

Gynecologic laparoscopy is an alternative to open surgery. It uses a laparoscope to look inside your pelvic area. Open surgery often requires a large incision.

A laparoscope is a slender, lighted telescope. It allows your doctor to see inside your body. Diagnostic laparoscopy can determine whether you have conditions such as endometriosis or fibroids. It can also be a form of treatment. With miniaturized instruments, your doctor can perform a variety of surgeries. These include:

  • 1. Ovarian cyst removal
  • 2. Tubal ligation, which is surgical contraception
  • 3. Hysterectomy

Laparoscopy generally has a shorter healing time than open surgery. It also leaves smaller scars. A gynecologist, general surgeon, or another type of specialist may perform this procedure.

Specialist for Women Diseases


'Women's' diseases can also strike men. Due to variations in genes, anatomy, and hormone levels, some diseases attack women more often than men, and vice-versa. Osteoporosis. Osteoporosis. Breast cancer. Breast cancer. Thyroid problems. Thyroid problems. Eating disorders. Eating disorders.

Due to variations in genes, anatomy, and hormone levels, some diseases attack women more often than men, and vice-versa. However, thinking of diseases that women are more prone to as “women’s diseases” can leave men vulnerable to serious health problems.

Here are seven so-called “women’s diseases” that can also strike men. If you experience symptoms, don’t let your gender stop you from getting treatment.

Specialist for Women Diseases

Specialist for Normal Vaginal Delivery


Specialist for Normal Vaginal Delivery

A vaginal delivery is the birth of offspring (babies in humans) in mammals through the vagina. It is the natural method of birth for all mammals except monotremes, which lay eggs into the external environment.

The delivery of a full-term newborn refers to delivery at a gestational age of 37-42 weeks, as determined by the last menstrual period or via ultrasonographic dating and evaluation. The Naegel rule is a commonly used formula to predict the due date based on the date of the last menstrual period.

This rule assumes a menstrual cycle of 28 days and mid-cycle ovulation. Ultrasonographic dating can be more accurate, especially when it is performed early in pregnancy and is used to corroborate or modify a due date based on the last menstrual period.

Specialist for Rashes and Itching


Skin problems including red spots on the face, blotches on the cheeks, itchy facial rashes, etc. are extremely common. Rosacea and Acne are the commonest diseases responsible for these symptoms. However a number of other conditions like lupus, contact allergic dermatitis, Seborrhoeic dermatitis, etc., can cause similar symptoms

Skin problems are extremely common, affecting 10% of the population worldwide. Family Physicians are generally well versed with identifying and treating common conditions affecting the skin. Dermatology diseases however are quite diverse and a skin doctor dermatologist consultation is needed when faced with difficult to treat conditions like severe acne, or where skin problem diagnosis is required.

In such cases, it is necessary to consult a skin doctor. He can give your skin problem a diagnosis Dermatologists are in a unique situation because this is a very visual science where the diagnosis can be made on the basis of good quality photographs.

Specialist for Rashes and Itching

Specialist for Heavy or Irregular Periods


Specialist for Heavy or Irregular Periods

Some women find their menstrual cycle isn't always regular. Their periods may be early or late, and may vary in how long they last or how heavy they are each time.

Your normal menstrual cycle can be disturbed if you change your method of contraception, or if you have an imbalance of the reproductive hormones oestrogen and progesterone.

Many factors can cause a hormone imbalance, from polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) to extreme weight loss and excessive exercise.

Irregular and heavy periods can be successfully treated with hormonal therapy in the setting of overweight, underweight or normal weight women. Heavy and irregular bleeding may also be the result of an abnormal pregnancy. A miscarriage or a pregnancy outside of the uterus may cause abnormal or heavy bleeding.