High Risk Pregnancy Care

High Risk Pregnancy Care   Mostly (around 80-85%) pregnancies have an ordinary physiological course, which usually needs only primary care. However, in others, there may be risk factors which need specialized care, many at times requiring multispecialty...

Amaenia in Pregnancy

      Anaemia is commonest medical disorder in pregnancy. 18-20% pregnant women are anaemic in developed countries as compared to 40-75% in developing countries. It is responsible (directly/contributory factor) for significantly high maternal and foetal...

Screening for Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian Cancer is the most deadly cancer among all gynaecological cancers as it gets diagnosed mostly in advanced stages. At present no definite screening test is available for ovarian cancer. There are tests like transvaginal ultrasound and CA-125 (tumour marker)...

Recurrent pregnancy losses

Spontaneous early pregnancy loss is a common problem, with approximately 15% of all clinically recognized pregnancies resulting in pregnancy failure. Early pregnancy loss, also referred to as miscarriage or spontaneous abortion, is defined as the loss of a clinical...

Premenstrual Syndrome

Every girl does not have Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS). The symptoms of PMS usually begin during the week before their period that lessen or disappear within 1-2 days after their period starts. Symptoms can usually be treated with lifestyle changes such as exercise and...