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* Infertility Solution
* Obstretic Solution
* Laparoscopy Surgery
* BOH (Bad Obstetrics History)
* High-risk Pregnancy Care
* Recurrent Miscarriage
* Family Planning & Contraception
* Fetal Medicine
* Urogynaecology
* Infertility Management
* Menopausal Problems & Geriatric Gynaecology
* Basic and Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery
* Non-surgical treatment of heavy bleeding
* Counseling Services
* All general surgical problems

Infertility Solution -

Infertility has become such a common threat to men and women. This disorder can cause so much stress and hassle to couples who badly want to start their own family. However, if or when you as couple is diagnosed with this disorder, do not fret so much, there are infertility solutions and options for you to turn to.

You as a couple must educate yourselves about infertility. Learn more about this disorder and find treatments that might be done. By learning about infertility, you might be able to understand fully of the causes and how to treat it. Educating yourself about infertility will even help to improve you relationship.

Medical treatments are also good infertility solutions. Although the prices might be a bit expensive, but for some women, this would really help them out. But in some cases, it would really depend on how the body would react with the medications. Medical treatments are frequently used for more severe cases.

For less severe cases, you can try relaxing yourselves. Although there is doubt that stress can cause infertility, but by relaxing yourselves, you would feel light and your nerves would be relaxed as well. Your body is also like a machine, it works better when it is not over worked. You can also increase you energy and fitness. Exercise and proper diet would be able to help with infertility. Avoid smoking and drinking too much. These are very toxic to the body.

Infertility can cause depression, so try opening up to your spouse don’t keep it to yourself. Although this may seem “the obvious” but for some people it is really hard for them to open up and share their grief especially with this very sensitive issue. You can even try opening up to other people who are going through the same problem as you are. And I know this might be something that you want to do. But talking to other people is would really help you out. By opening up to your spouse, family, friends, and others might be helpful in coping up with your problem. By surrounding yourself with the love and support of your loved ones, you will know that you can get through this.

Laparoscopy Surgery -

Laparoscopic surgery also referred to as minimally invasive surgery describes the performance of surgical procedures with the assistance of a video camera and several thin instruments. During the surgical procedure, small incisions of up to half an inch are made and plastic tubes called ports are placed through these incisions. The camera and the instruments are then introduced through the ports which allow access to the inside of the patient.

The camera transmits an image of the organs inside the abdomen onto a television monitor. The surgeon is not able to see directly into the patient without the traditional large incision. The video camera becomes a surgeon’s eyes in laparoscopy surgery, since the surgeon uses the image from the video camera positioned inside the patient’s body to perform the procedure.

Benefits of minimally invasive or laparoscopic procedures are
* less post operative discomfort since the incisions are much smaller
* quicker recovery times
* shorter hospital stays
* earlier return to full activities
* much smaller scars
* there may be less internal scarring when the procedures are performed in a minimally invasive fashion compared to standard open surgery.

Bad obstetric history -

During the past decade, tremendous strides have been made in determining foetuses at risk of an adverse obstetric outcome. The term 'bad obstetric history or BOH' is applied to mothers in whom a previous poor obstetric outcome is likely to have a bearing on the prognosis of her present pregnancy. The contributory factors may be demographic, social, medical, psychological, behavioral, obstetric or environmental.

Prenatal care may be better organized if risk assessment could be instituted for all pregnant women. The risk assessment should be formal using standardized data sheets and investigative tests, and dynamic to permit the recognition of emerging problems during the course of pregnancy and enable individualization of treatment to meet the patient's individual needs. Special attention should be given to these problems and attempts made to correct the same.