Clinic Obstetrics and Gynecology
OBGYN, also known as Obstetrics/Gynecology (O&G), is a field of medicine that includes two separate subspecialties, obstetrics and gynecology. The subspecialty of obstetrics involves the treatment and care of women during pregnancy, the birth process, and after childbirth.
Obstetrics involves the care of pregnant women, childbirth, and the postpartum period. This includes baby checkups, pregnancy growth monitoring, and postpartum support.
Gynecology involves women’s reproductive health care, including menstrual problems, benign tumors, and cancers of the reproductive organs.
When Should You Get O&G Treatments?
- To undergo an annual gynecological examination.
- To obtain pre-pregnancy counseling/assessment.
- To receive antenatal care/during pregnancy.
- To receive postpartum care.
- For advice on breastfeeding.
- For family planning and pregnancy prevention.
- To assess and treat irregular menstruation.
- To assess and treat excessive menstruation.
- To treat painful menstruation.
- To undergo cervical cancer screening.
- To treat fibroids.
- To treat cysts.
- To deal with menopause problems.
- To treat urinary incontinence.
Our gynecologists have extensive experience in the care of complicated urogynecological diseases such as:
- Perform a urodynamic study to assess the efficiency of the bladder and urethra in the storage and excretion of urine.
- Perform diagnostic cystoscopy procedures to diagnose, monitor, and treat diseases affecting the bladder and urethra.
- Perform surgery to treat urinary incontinence.
- Perform vaginal reconstructive surgery to improve the size, function, and appearance of the vagina, or to relieve severe pain in the female genitalia.
- Fix prolapse problems on your pelvic floor.
Patient preparation: The patient must present a referral letter / follicle detection card from the referring doctor during registration, Empty the bladder before the procedure.
Follicular detection is performed at the doctor’s request only. The results of the follicle detection must be reviewed by a directing physician and not a diagnostician to determine the success of the infertility-related procedure. Take note that consultation fees apply.