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  • Kondapur,Hyderabad
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Dr. Naga Jayanthi. C

Dr. Naga Jayanthi. C

MBBS +1
  • Gynaecologist

  • 26 years experience
  • Speaks English

Hale Clinic - Kondapur


  • Kondapur,Hyderabad
  • 400/-

  • Mon-Sun03:00 PM-09:00 PM
Dr. Mettupalli Komal

Dr. Mettupalli Komal

MS(OBG) +1
  • Gynaecologist

  • 10 years experience
  • Speaks English,हिंदी,తెలుగు

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  • Kondapur,Hyderabad
  • 600/-

  • Mon-Sat06:00 PM-09:00 PM

  • Kondapur,Hyderabad
  • Mon-Sat09:00 AM-09:00 PM

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Best Gynaecologist in Kondapur, Hyderabad

Who is Gynecologist?

Gynecologist deals with female reproductive health including obstetrics, STI’s (sexually transmitted infections), menstruation and fertility issues, etc. However, Gynecology and obstetrics are twin subjects, where the latter is associated with pregnancy and childbirth.

Gynecology involves both medicines as well as surgical fields. Many gynecological illnesses need hormonal and other pharmacological management while surgical removal is necessary for fibroids, cancers, and many more.

What does a Gynecologist do?

The gynecologist offers comprehensive health care across the female lifespan. They commonly have expertise in general gynecologic health care, preconception counselling, and also normal and high-risk obstetrics.

Gynaecologist treatments admit advanced techniques including laparoscopic surgery and gynecologic and obstetric ultrasound. Diagnosing and treatment of reproductive system disorders such as:

  • Infertility
  • Endometriosis
  • Ovarian cysts
  • Pelvic pain, are the major procedures.

Our Best Gynecologist in Kondapur, Hyderabad

Our Gynecologist in Kondapur, Hyderabad at Redheal Lyfe Clinics comprise an Experienced Gynecologist who helps overcome all the gyneac issues including irregular menstruation, menopause, vaginal infections, sexual dysfunction, STI’s, UTI and many more.

The best gynecologist obstetricians hold specialization in prenatal and post-natal care pregnancy. The obstetricians provide services in providing fertility treatments and delivery of babies while catering special care to neonatal pregnancy (premature baby).

Qualifications of Gynaecologist:

Gynaecologists get specialized training in monitoring and treatments related to the female reproductive system. A gynecologist requires a medical school degree, a 4–year residency program, and a certificate covering both obstetrics and gynecology.

What are the common conditions that a Gynecologist treats?

Gynecologists provide services in diagnosing and treating gynecologic conditions as follows:

  1. General Gynecology
  2. Pregnancy
  3. Menstruation 
  4. Menopause
  5. Pelvic Floor Issues 
  6. Contraception
  7. Gynecologic Cancers and Screening.

What are the 5 major responsibilities of a Gynaecologist?

Gynaecologists perform several responsibilities in identifying signs of women’s health problems. But the major focus is primarily providing on health services with experienced gynaecologist treatments for women including:

  • Advocating for women’s health & safety.
  • Assessment of bone density to check osteoporosis.
  • Screenings for genetics to identify risk factors for reproductive health issues.
  • Safe sex practices education.
  • Ensuring overall well-being with women’s reproductive health.

Where do I find a Top Gynecology Doctor in Hyderabad?

 You can book an appointment at Redheal Lyfe Clinics to see a Gynecologist in Kondapur, Hyderabad. Our group of Experienced Gynecologist helps you with all the solutions for gynaec issues.

Readheal has an experienced team that provides reproductive and sexual health services including pelvic exams, cancer screenings, testing, and treatment for vaginal infections. The treatment of reproductive system disorders such as endometriosis, ovarian cysts, and pelvic pain.

What are the associated sub-specialties of gynecology?

There are 5 sub-specialties in the women’s reproductive healthcare department. They are maternal and fetal medicine, urogynecology, gynecological oncology, sexual and reproductive healthcare, family planning, and reproductive medicine.

What is the nature of work for obstetrician/gynecologists?

Gynecologist Obstetricians are consultants who have to know both obstetrics and gynecology (OB-GYN). They involve in the roles of treating high-risk obstetrics, fertility care, or minimal access surgery.

Few consultants however work as sub-specialists, who completely concentrate on work in a specific area of practice. On the whole, the work nature includes both obstetrics and gynecology with a large number of hands-on procedures.

When should you see an OB-GYN?

Preventive care helps women to keep healthy and overcome reproductive health issues. For this, a preventive checkup once a year is helpful. Women need to undergo different evaluations, lab tests, or immunizations for certain diseases.

You need to visit an OB-GYN when there are changes in the occurrence of the reproductive cycle. However, the changes may be planned, routine, or expected. The changes include your pregnancy, first menstrual cycle, menopause, or per menopause.

What are the procedures carried out by OB-GYN?

OB-GYN are generally trained in major or minor surgery for both inpatient and outpatient procedures. These procedures by an experienced gynecology doctor include:

  1. Biopsy
  2. Dilation and curettage
  3. Tubal ligation for female sterilization
  4. Myomectomy, or the removal of fibroids
  5. Hysterectomy, or the removal of the uterus.

What are the 5 symptoms that women shouldn’t ignore?

Several conditions need to be addressed when meeting OB-GYN and at the right time. But the 5 symptoms that need to be immediately admitted while women find them in their body are:

  • Abdominal bloating
  • Swollen or discoloured breast
  • Bloody stools
  • Vaginal bleeding after menopause
  • Chronic stomach problems.

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Where can I find a gynecologist in Hyderabad?

    You can visit Redheal Lyfe Clinics to see gynecologists from 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM, Monday to Saturday.

      You can book an appointment by calling us at 8800644744 or submit your details for online consultation.

        It ranges from Rs. 300–500, depending on the top gynecologist obstetricians you choose from our group of doctors.

          Our best gynecologist treatments cover cervical, ovarian, and other reproductive cancers.

            A gynecologist is a doctor who specializes in the female reproductive system, including the uterus, ovaries, vagina and vulva. Gynecologists are often called upon to perform surgery for conditions like fibroids (noncancerous tumors that develop within the muscle of the uterus), endometriosis (a condition where tissue grows outside of the uterus) and pelvic pain (excessive discomfort in your lower abdomen). Gynecologists can also do Pap smears which screen for cervical cancer.

               

              1. One or more missed periods
              2. Abnormal bleeding, between or during menstruation
              3. Menstrual pain
              4. Any signs of infection (abnormal odor, discharge color, itching)
              5. Pain in the lower abdomen
              6. Incontinence problems
              7. Chronic swelling or bloating
              8. Fatigue or general malaise

                Consult a gynecologist if you notice any of the following symptoms: 

                 

                1. Vaginal discharge
                2. Painful sex 
                3. Breast Pain
                4. Pelvic pain
                5. Irregular/missed periods
                6. Bleeding between periods

                   

                  Yes.

                     

                    If you're going to the gynaecologist for the first time for an annual exam, you'll be asked to fill out a series of questions about your medical history, gynecologic concerns, and other relevant issues. Additional information, such as blood pressure and weight measurements, vaginal discharge samples, and urine tests, may be requested. An internal examination of your cervix will be performed, followed by an ultrasound of your uterus and fallopian tubes, as well as cervical cancer screenings, such as pap smears and mammograms, if necessary.

                      Tests that are used to diagnose Gynecological problems include: 

                      • Breast Biopsy

                      • Endometrial Biopsy

                      • Breast MRI

                      • Human papillomavirus (HPV) test

                      • Breast Scan

                      • Hysterectomy

                      • Breast Ultrasound

                      • Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure (LEEP)

                      • Breast-Conserving Surgery

                      • Mammography 

                      • Cervical Biopsy

                      • Mastectomy

                      • Colposcopy

                      • Papanicolaou (PAP) test

                      • Dilation and Curettage

                      • Pelvic Ultrasound

                        The gynecologist examination is a routine check-up that helps diagnose possible health problems. Here is a list of what they typically examine during a routine check-up:

                        1. The external parts of the vulva (outside genitals). 

                        2. The external parts of the vagina (inside genitals). 

                        3. The cervix (lower part of the uterus that connects to the vagina). 

                        4. All internal reproductive organs, including ovaries, uterus and fallopian tubes for women; testicles for men; prostate gland for men; and all internal genital organs (fallopian tubes, ovaries, uterus) in females and males. 

                        5. Abdominal areas, including liver and spleen in males and females, stomach for both sexes.

                         

                        The gynecologist also examines the breasts in both men and women, which can reveal a variety of breast cancers. The pelvic regions in a woman include the vulva (parts of the external genitals), vagina (internal genitals), cervix (lower part of uterus) and uterus (the main organ within the abdominal area). In men, the pelvic area includes penis, testicles and scrotal sac.

                          It is recommended that you research what questions you should ask your gynecologist. Additionally, read about gynecological health so you understand what type of questions you may ask during the consultation.

                           

                          Take some time to review the symptoms that you are suffering with. If possible, bring back any issues like vaginal discharge to the gynecologist's attention as soon as they arise in order to get an accurate diagnosis and appropriate care (if necessary).

                            A pelvic examination is used to detect problems in the reproductive organs and urinary system such as infertility, vaginal infections, ovarian cysts, uterine fibroids and sexually transmitted diseases.

                             

                            In women, a pelvic examination helps determine if there is any damage to the cervix or uterus due to childbirth or previous infection. In men, it helps detect prostate enlargement and other abnormalities concerning the testicles and epididymis.

                             

                            It can be done in a health care setting or in your own home, and the entire process typically takes around 10 minutes.

                              The PAP test is a useful diagnostic technique for finding abnormal cells in the cervix that is used to detect cervical cancer before it spreads. It entails collecting a sample of cells from the cervix's surface with a soft brush and sending them to a lab for testing. This can be done by an accredited healthcare professional or by self-sampling with a kit that includes everything you need to collect your own samples at home and send them back to the lab yourself.

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