Obstetric & Gynaecology

Obstetric & Gynaecology

Our obstetrics and gynaecology department is well equipped with the best equipment for both Obstetrics and Gynaecology. The major focus is on high risk obstetrics, fertility care, and minimal access surgery. These patients usually are with chronic disorders previously. If the treatment is taken at the early stages gynaecological problems are treated very easily.

Our Gynaecology department is concerned with the well-being and health of the female reproductive organs to improve the ability to reproduce. This includes endocrinology, female urology and pelvic malignancy. Our Obstetrics department focuses on pregnant women and their complications during pregnancy.

Obstetrics and Gynaecology is a medical specialty that involves both Obstetrics and gynaecology treatment procedures. The Obstetrician -Gynaecologist are the trained and professionals to deal with the female reproductive health. Obstetrician has the capability to manage complex to high risk pregnancies providing the medical care during pregnancy and also postnatal care.

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    Tests and Procedures in Obstetrics and Gynaecology:

    1. Cervical Biopsy
    2. Colposcopy
    3. Cystoscopy
    4. Endometrial Biopsy
    5. Laparoscopy
    6. Pelvic Ultrasound
    7. Uterine Artery Embolization
    8. Hysterectomy
    9. Robotic Hysterectomy

    When you see an obstetrician they recommend the most suitable diagnosis procedures. They will suggest you the best practices for a safe pregnancy journey.

    Regular interaction with them is the most important to make the journey easy and stress free. This should continue till the birth of your baby and also sometimes later.

    Our Doctors

    Dr. Sreelatha Jella

    Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist Laparoscopic Surgeon

    MBBS, DGO, FMAS

    Dr. Kavya Srujan

    Consultant Gynaecologist & Obstetrician

    Advanced Diploma in ART, Kiel (Germany) Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Fertility Expert

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Before meeting your gynecologist for the first time, here’s a checklist of items you should be carrying:


    1. List of symptoms you’ve been having and its characteristics such as how long has it been, what does it entail, etc.
    2. Any recent (<1 year) medical tests such as blood tests, urine tests, etc.
    3. If you have any existing medical conditions, bring along your prescription and related medical information
    4. Information about your family history

    Unless you have been identified with any complications, it is perfectly safe to travel during pregnancy. Most women find the second trimester the most ideal time to travel as you are done with the morning sickness of the first trimester and won’t get as easily tired as one does in their third trimester. Indian airline carriers allow women to travel up to 32 weeks of their pregnancy.

    In a normal pregnancy, you can be expected to come in for a check up on the following days:

    • 4 weeks to 28 weeks: 1 visit/month
    • 28 weeks to 36 weeks: 1 visit/2 weeks
    • 36 weeks to 40 weeks: 1 visit/week

    If it is a high-risk pregnancy such as twins, advanced age of women or a complicated pregnancy, your doctor may want to see you more often depending on your condition.

    A pregnant woman needs more folic acid, calcium, iron & protein than a non-pregnant woman. Hence pre-natal vitamins, which contain an ideal amount is prescribed to every expecting woman. Leafy vegetables, whole grains, dairy products, fruits and lean meats should make up 80 % of the diet. There can be cravings for salty and sugary food in pregnancy but one should try to eat as healthily as possible to avoid gaining excess weight.

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