Gynae Surgery

Gynecological surgery refers to surgical procedures performed on the female reproductive system and adjacent structures. These surgeries are conducted to diagnose, treat, or manage various gynecological conditions and diseases. 

Here are some common conditions where gynecological surgery may be needed:

Surgery to remove polyps, known as a polypectomy, is a common and relatively straightforward procedure performed to address uterine or cervical polyps. Polypectomy is a safe and effective procedure for removing uterine or cervical polyps, relieving symptoms, and reducing the risk of complications.

Dilation and curettage (D&C) is a surgical procedure commonly used to diagnose and treat various gynecological conditions. Diagnostic D&C: Used to investigate abnormal uterine bleeding, miscarriage, or abnormal tissue growth in the uterus, such as polyps or fibroids.

D&C is a safe and effective procedure when performed by experienced healthcare providers. It can help diagnose and treat various gynecological conditions, providing relief from symptoms and improving reproductive health.

Miscarriage management involves the medical care and emotional support provided to individuals who experience pregnancy loss. Miscarriage management aims to provide compassionate care and support to individuals experiencing pregnancy loss, addressing both the physical and emotional aspects of the experience.

Bartholin’s gland cysts and abscesses occur when the Bartholin’s glands, located on each side of the vaginal opening, become blocked and fluid accumulates, leading to the formation of a cyst. If bacteria infect the cyst, it can progress to an abscess, which is a painful and swollen lump.

Surgery may be necessary to treat Bartholin’s cysts or abscesses that are recurrent, large, or causing significant symptoms. Bartholin cyst abscess surgery is generally safe and effective in treating recurrent or symptomatic Bartholin’s gland cysts or abscesses.

Cervical pre-cancer refers to abnormal changes in the cells of the cervix that have the potential to develop into cervical cancer if left untreated. The management of cervical pre-cancer typically involves monitoring, treatment to remove abnormal cells, and follow-up care.

Cervical pre-cancer management aims to prevent the development of cervical cancer by detecting and treating abnormal cervical changes early. Regular cervical cancer screening and follow-up care are crucial components of cervical cancer prevention and early detection.

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