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An Alumnus of the Bangalore Medical College graduating in the year 1973. Migrated to West Africa soon after and completed a five-year residency program in the Obstetrics and Gynecology She returned to India in the year 1986 and set up infertility set up, and during that time there was no facility for hormonal assays and had a tie up with a Madras-based lab and conducted hormonal assays. A thirty-third-year experience in the field of Gynaecology and Obstetrics! she visits the Dr. Sunny Medical center Bellandur, Motherhood in Indiranagar and Cambridge Hospital Ulsoor.Dr. Sulochana Gunasheela a Pioneer in IVF across south had her first test tube baby and she was associated with her for the hormonal studies. she had set up a Sperm Freezing Bank, processing of semen in low counts.Bangalore had hardly few centers doing sperm processing and IUI. sperm analysis was done using a WHO format and my interest is Infertility. Another great interest is the diagnosis of PCOD which is now a sort of misery to our young women showing up at adolescence and continuing into reproductive life. The condition is not new but the various diagnostic tools used in diagnosis, its treatment and evaluation have helped this group of women affected by the same! she treats them and makes them understand the seriousness of the condition affecting weight gain, Hirsutism, Infertility frequent abortions, Acne Irregular cycles including heavy intermenstrual bleeding or delayed cycles. The importance of vaccination against cervical cancer, and emotional aspects of treatments specially PCOD and Infertility and counseling and treatment in high-risk pregnancies. Consultation fees are depending on treatment (Fertility 1000 hormones disorder 1000)
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Q: Who is a Gynaecologist?
A: Gynaecology is the medical specialization that deals with the female reproductive system. Hence, a Gynaecologist is a doctor who specializes in the health and the problems of the female reproductive system that includes the vagina, ovaries, uterus and breasts. Additionally, gynaecologists are also trained in Obstetrics and hence can deal with pregnancy and child birth too.
Q: Is there a difference between Gynaecologist & Obstetrician?
A: Where a Gynaecologist deals with the health and wellbeing of the female reproductive system, an Obstetrician specializes in pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum care. A Gynaecologist is trained in Obstetrics too. Hence, when a woman is pregnant, she can either consult a Gynaecologist or an Obstetrician, but for issues related to the female reproductive system, she should consult with a Gynaecologist.
Q: What are the common procedures performed by a Gynaecologist/Obstetrician?
A: Gynaecologist: 1. Dilation and Curettage (D&C) – The uterine lining is removed either by suction or with a curette. 2. Hysteroscopy– A hysteroscopy treats minor conditions inside the uterus in a non-invasive manner. Obstetrician: 1. Normal delivery - An Obstetrician helps in childbirth. 2. C-section – In case of any complications, the Obstetrician operates on the patient to ensure safe childbirth.
Q: Does a Gynaecologist/Obstetrician treat infertility in women?
A: Yes, a Gynaecologist/Obstetrician is trained to deal with infertility and related health issues in women. Consulting a Gynaecologist can be a great way to understand and evaluate the reason for infertility and explore the various avenues of treatment available. In case of infertility in women, you should consult with your Gynaecologist/Obstetrician, who will then refer to a specialist if required.
Q: How often should females visit a Gynaecologist/Obstetrician?
A: In general, females are advised to visit their Gynaecologist/Obstetrician at least once a year. Annual exams include a number of preventive health screening procedures that can help you keep a tab on your reproductive health and are also advantageous in identifying serious health problems in initial stages. Pregnant women should consult their Gynaecologist/Obstetrician at least three times during pregnancy.