What does it mean?
Gynecology and obstetrics are twin subjects that deal with the female reproductive system. While obstetrics deals with pregnancy and its associated procedures and complications, gynaecology involves treating women who are not pregnant.
The field of obstetrics thus deals with the wellbeing of the pregnant mother as well as the delivery and healthy outcome.
Obstetricians closely work with the paediatricians and neonatologists to deal with care of the newborn baby to reduce the chances of mortality and disease of the newborn.
- Basic Work-up of the Infertile Couple
- Hormonal Evaluation
- Tarns Vaginal Sonography
- Ovulation Induction & Monitoring
- Semen Evalution & Processing
- Cryopreservation Sperm / Egg / Embryos
- IUI (Intra Uterine Insemination )
- IVF- ET ( In Vitro Fertilization)
- ICSI ( Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection)
- Assisted Hatching
- Blastocyst Embroy Transfer
- Donor Oocyte Programme
- Surgical Sperm Retrieval ( PESA / TESA etc)
- Evaluation of Male patient
- Recurrent Misscarriage Clinic
- High risk delivery
- Painless delivery
- Caesarian Section
- Obstetric ICU
- Infertility Clinic
- IVF (Test Tube Baby)
- Pregnancy Care
- Laparoscopic Operations
- Neonatal OPD
- Pediatric OPD
- Ayurved OPD