Gynecology in the shree sivaa hosital involves pregnant women following a safe and healthy procedure for delivering babies. While the Gynaecology Department involves in the female reproductive system, treating a wide range of conditions, including sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and chronic pain.
Shree sivaa Hospital offers comprehensive services for the reproductive health and gynecological needs of women. To provide a wide range of procedures like cesarean sections(C-Section), instrumental delivery during childbirth, hysterectomy, removing growths, such as ovarian cysts and uterine fibroids, and surgery to repair pelvic organ injuries.
To evaluate and manage recurrent miscarriages,screening, and management of preterm labor and abortion management of critically ill obstetric patients handling complicated pregnancy issues like maternal disorders like hypertension and diabetes.
One of the top symptoms of PCOS is irregular cycles or missed periods. Infertility is ultimately a consequence. An irregular cycle is a sign that you are not ovulating. An estimated 26.7% of women in the childbearing age group have PCOS.
Over 80% of women with PCOS are obese or overweight. This is a very scary figure!. The truth is PCOS goes hand in hand with weight gain. Obesity is an inflammatory state and wrecks the regularity of your body hormones leading to irregular cycles, infertility and diabetes
About 70% of women with PCOS have some form of resistance. This for most women ultimately leads to type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. The triad of resistance, obesity & weight gain leads to high risk of Diabetes in women with PCOS
The biggest issue with PCOS is that the production of hormones is actually messed up. What happens then is that the uterine lining becomes unduly thick leading to heavy flows during the monthly periods
Studies indicate that 1 in 8 women with PCOS will have excess facial hair. This is again due to excess androgens. This is called hirsutism. Some women with PCOS may also develop thin hair & a typical male pattern of balding.
Many women with PCOS have acne. Now these acne results from excess testosterone that is being secreted from the ovaries. This androgen imbalance affects both the quality of eggs produced and also causes acne
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