Date :08-Jul-2020

Your doctor may suspect adenomyosis based on Signs and symptoms. A pelvic examination, which reveals an enlarged uterus that’s painful to touch. Ultrasound of the uterus. The only way to be certain about a diagnosis of adenomyosis is after the uterus has been removed (hysterectomy) and biopsies have been studied. TREATMENT Medical - an anti-inflammatory medicine can be started 2 to 3 days before your period begins and continued during your periods. This can reduce menstrual flow in addition to relieving pain. This cannot be taken for a very long time. HORMONE THERAPY in th

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Date :13-Apr-2020

Mirena is a hormonal IUD (intrauterine deria) that Can provide long-term birth control Can provide relief from abnormal uterine bleeding  WHAT IS IT? The device is a T-shaped plastic structure. It is inserted in the cavity of the uterus, where it releases a type of hormone progestin. BENEFITS AS A CONTRACEPTIVE It does not require the participation of your partner No need to interrupt sex (like condoms) Can remain in place for upto 5 years Does not have the side effects of oral contraceptive pills that contain estrogen NON-CONTRACEPTIVE USES Heavy menstrual blee

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SAFE SEX - PREVENTING HIV and OTHER STDs (Sexually transmitted disease)

Date :08-Feb-2020

What is safe sex? Safe sex means not allowing your partners’ semen or vaginal secretions to get inside your vagina, anus, penis or mouth. It also means avoiding genital skin - to - skin contact. - Safe sex is having sexual contact while protecting yourself and your partner against sexually transmitted diseases and unwanted pregnancies CONDOMS AND SAFE SEX Condoms acts as a physical barrier and prevent body secretions to come in contact between partners. They offer the best protection. However condoms are not 100% effective. OTHER TIPS FOR SAFE SEX limit the number of part

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Date :10-Dec-2019

Chocolate cysts are non cancerous cysts of the ovary filled with old blood. They have an appearance that looks like melted chocolate. They are also called endometriotic cysts or ovarian endometriosis. Endometriosis is a common disorder in which the lining of the uterus, known as the endometrium grows outside the uterus. The color of a chocolate cyst comes from the old menstrual blood that fills the cavity of the cyst. It can affect one or both ovaries. If you are having chocolate cysts then you are likely to be having a more severe form of endometriosis. Chocolate cysts are likely to cause

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D & C - An outdated procedure

Date :31-Oct-2019

If your surgeon suggests that you undergo a D & C; then you should ask him/her - Why not a hysteroscopy?What is a D & CD & C stands for ‘dilation and curettage’. It is a procedure by which the cervix (mouth of the uterus) is gently dilated and the contents of the uterus are removed/sampled and if required sent for biopsy. What is a hysteroscopyHysteroscopy is a surgical procedure in which a small telescope with an attached camera is used to inspect and visualise the inside of the uterus. ADVANTAGES OF A HYSTEROSCOPY OVER A PLAIN D & C   Nowadays a D & C

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Date :31-Oct-2019

Uterine polyps are small, soft growths, usually non-cancerous, that arise from the inner lining (or endometrium) of the uterus. They are also called endometrial polyps.        There may be one or several polyps. They may have a thin stalk or a broad base.  They may vary in size from a few mms to a few centimeters. SYMPTOMS Irregular periods  Heavy period  Spotting between periods Post menopausal bleeding Infertility - problem getting pregnant as well as               -  miscarriage.

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Ovarian Cyst : Causes and its Treatment

Date :18-Oct-2019

Pathway Of Ovarian Cyst A woman’s womb is a marvel beyond the senses, and ovaries are the secret set for another life. A tiny cyst in the ovary might be a hindrance for a woman to become a mother. Ovarian cysts are usually fluid-filled sacs formed during ovulation. The cysts could either form in or on the ovary, which could be harmful or harmless. Nevertheless, it would be advisable to keep an eye on one’s dream corner. A glimpse into types of cysts  Not all cysts are cancerous, but even the tiny cysts could be treated at the appropriate time.  FUNCTIONAL CYSTS -

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How to treat an Inguinal Hernia?

Date :19-Jun-2018

A groin hernia is the muscles and tissues weakness in the groin. An Inguinal hernia repair is a surgery to repair a hernia in the groin. A hernia tissue normally bulges out through a weak spot on the abdominal wall. The common symptoms of an inguinal hernia are: A dull pain, fatigue, heaviness, pressure, burning or tingling sensation in the abdomen, groin or scrotum is felt. The symptoms may turn worse if you stand for a long period or strain the abdominal muscles such as coughing, carrying a heavy object. The symptoms may feel better at rest. An inguinal hernia occurs through the inguina

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Laparoscopic Solution For Ectopic Pregnancy

Date :10-Mar-2018

Ectopic Pregnancy also known as tubular pregnancy occurs when a fertilized egg implants somewhere other than the main cavity of the uterus. Ectopic pregnancy is a risky condition and warrants immediate attention and treatment. Here the fertilized egg attaches itself and grows in the fallopian tubes. Causes of Ectopic Pregnancy An ectopic pregnancy occurs when the egg which is fertilized by the sperm gets attached to the fallopian tube linings starts growing there. Restrictive movement of egg owing to an inflammation or infection in the tube, the presence of STDs, birth defects, due to the

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Effective Gallbladder Surgery,Bangalore

Date :04-Sep-2017

Gallbladder removal or cholecystectomy is a surgical process to remove the gallbladder. The gallbladder is a pear-shaped organ that is used to collect and store bile which is a digestive fluid produced by the liver. Gallbladder removal is a common surgery and an outpatient procedure. Gallbladder surgery can be performed by two methods Open cholecystectomy Laparoscopic cholecystectomy A large incision is made to remove the gallbladder in open cholecystectomy and several tiny incisions are made in laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Laparoscopic cholecystectomy also uses a tiny camera and sp

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Laparoscopic Hysterectomy – Easing Uterus Removal

Date :29-Apr-2017

With the advancement in medical technology, laparoscopy has invaded the field of surgery and associated procedures. Laparoscopic hysterectomy is a minimally invasive procedure done for the removal of uterus from a woman’s body. Scope of Laparoscopic Hysterectomy Laparoscopic hysterectomy is usually done to correct reproductive system disorders. They are usually conducted only in severe cases, when other treatment procedures are met with failure. Hysterectomy is usually not performed in women in their child bearing years. The conditions that require the procedure are as follows Sever

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Laparoscopic Myomectomy ? Treating Fibroids with Ease

Date :21-Mar-2017

The incidence of fibroid growth in women are increasing day by day. Though benign or non-cancerous, these lumps of tissues effect health by creating irregularities in menstrual cycle which in turn leads to infertility. Fibroids are removed by the process of myomectomy. With the advancement of technology, laparoscopic myomectomy is becoming a common treatment procedure for fibroids. Symptoms of fibroid Usually formed during the reproductive years, uterine fibroids are found in the inner walls of the uterus. In some cases, when the size of fibroid is negligible, they do not require any treatme

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Best place for Laparoscopic Myomectomy - Fibroid Removal

Date :05-Feb-2017

Myomectomy is the surgical removal of fibroids from the uterus. The fibroid is a benign tumour of muscular and fibrous tissues, typically developing in the wall of the uterus. The fibroids are removed from the uterus and the incisions are closed with a suture (a stitch or row of stitches). Abdominal myomectomy is an effective surgical method for removal of fibroids but relies on a very large incision that increases complications and recovery. Destination For Laparoscopic Fibroid Removal Rashmi Hospital Advance laparoscopy centre, Dr. Deepak Rao who achieved twelve gold medals in his medical

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Laparoscopic surgery: To remove endometrial tissue

Date :05-Feb-2017

Are You Aware About Endometriosis ?? Endometrial tissue normally grows in the uterus. Endometrial implants sometimes grow outside the uterus and is called endometriosis. These linings when breaks down like lining in the uterus that produces menstruation and it has nowhere to go and end in cysts, heavy periods, cramps and even infertility. Dr. Deepak Rao is the gynaecologist and laparoscopic surgeon at Rashmi Hospital, Bangalore who is well experienced in endometriosis. The hospital uses a wide range of modern technologies and equipments and offering a patient friendly atmosphere. Causes of

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Do You Have an Abnormal and Painful Menstrual Periods

Date :12-Dec-2016

Uterus Removal is called ?Hysterectomy? in medical terms. Uterus removal will be done with or without removing fallopian tubes. After the hysterectomy, a woman cannot become pregnant and will not have a menstrual cycle. After undergoing hysterectomy the woman will not suffer from any hormonal changes like weight gain, mood swings etc., generally, the patients who are below 60 years will not be removed with fallopian tubes unless it is diseased. What are the two types of hysterectomy? A traditional open surgery (abdominal hysterectomy) Keyhole Uterus removal (laparoscopic hystere

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Enjoy Your Delivery Without Pain

Date :12-Sep-2016

Have you ever imagined of delivering a baby without pain? Painless delivery is every woman’s dream. Now it-s possible with Rashmi Hospital Bangalore. Motherhood is the most precious moment of a woman-s life. One side there is the joy of giving birth to the child but in another side afraid of labor pain. Painless delivery also called as Epidural Analgesia is the technique in which local anesthesia is injected into the nerves carrying pain sensation. The process is fully safe for the mother and the child. In this method, a fine plastic tube is inserted with medicine in the epidural sp

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Endometriosis : Causes, Risk Factors, Treatment Modalities

Date :14-Jul-2016

Endometriosis is a painful condition characterized by abnormal growth of endometrium outside the uterus (endometrium normally lines the inside of uterus). The abnormal growth of endometrium can occur in ovaries, bowel or the tissue lining the pelvis. In some rare cases, it may also go beyond pelvis. Symptoms of Endometriosis Pelvic pain associated with menstrual period that has increased over time Prolonged pelvic pain, before and after periods Pain during or after sexual intercourse Pain with bowel movements or urination especially during periods Bleeding between periods Infertility

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Ovarian Cyst Removal in Bangalore

Date :09-Jun-2016

What are Ovarian Cysts? Ovarian cysts are closed fluid-filled sacs or pockets that form within or on the surface of an ovary. Ovary: Every woman has two ovaries located on either side of the uterus as part of the female reproductive system. Each ovary is about the size and shape of an almond. Ovaries make hormones (estrogen & progesterone) to trigger menstruation and release a tiny egg every month during childbearing age of a female. Facts About Ovarian Cysts It is very common and most women have ovarian cysts at some time during their lives. Most of them are painless, harmless and

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Laparoscopic Hysterectomy treatment

Date :28-Apr-2016

Hysterectomy - Removal of Uterus Hysterectomy is a surgical procedure for removal of the uterus or womb from a female body. It involves removal of the uterus with or without removal of fallopian tubes and ovaries. A lady will not have menstrual periods and cannot become pregnant after hysterectomy. There are no hormonal changes or menopausal changes, such as weight gain, mood swings etc. after a hysterectomy. These symptoms, which women often worry about, are only seen if the ovaries are removed. For patients below 60 years of age, we do not remove the ovaries unless they are diseased. Th

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Hernia Surgery in Bangalore

Date :18-Mar-2016

Hernia occurs when an organ or fatty tissue squeezes through a weak spot in a surrounding muscle or connective tissue called fascia. The abdominal wall is made up of layers of different muscles and tissues. Weak spots may develop in these layers. Hernia is commonly seen in abdomen, and it also appear in the upper thigh, belly button and groin areas. Common hernia types includes : Inguinal Hernia : These hernias occur when the intestines push through a weak spot or tear in the lower abdominal wall, often in the inguinal canal. THe inguinal canal is found in the groin. Inguinal hernia is comm

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