Gynaecology

INFERTILITY

Infertility is common, about one in seven couples have problems conceiving. Thankfully, with appropriate treatment as many as two-out-of-three couples have children together. Both our doctors have a Diploma in Assisted Reproductive Techniques hosted by the World Laparoscopic Hospital in India, so you can feel safe and assured knowing that you are in great hands.

PCOS (POLYCYSTIC OVARY SYNDROME)

We are able to assist you in diagnosing and treating PCOS symptoms.

PELVIC FLOOR DISORDERS

A pelvic floor disorder (PFD) occurs when the muscles or connective tissues of the pelvic area weaken or are injured. The most common pelvic floor disorders are urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence, and pelvic organ prolapse. Dr N Parikh spent time training at the Pelvic Floor Unit at lnkosi Albert Luthuli Hospital, rest assured that we are able to treat your PFD.

MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGERY

Minimally Invasive Surgery procedures offer numerous patient benefits including; shorter hospital stays if required, faster recovery, less bleeding, less pain, less likelihood of scarring and are more cosmetically appealing.

EARLY PREGNANCY CONDITIONS

We are here to assist you should you have any Early Pregnancy Complications. These complications include but are not limited to: placenta previa, ectopic pregnancy, gestational diabetes, low amniotic fluid, preeclampsia and swelling.

CONTRACEPTION OR FAMILY PLANNING

Are you not ready to have a baby just yet? Would you like to achieve specific goals in your life, concerning your education and career? Consider using contraception. Contraception allows you to protect yourself from pregnancy until you are ready. We are here to assist and guide you in choosing the best contraception method for your preferences.

ABNORMAL BLEEDING DISORDER

The normal menstrual period generally lasts up to 8 days. However, you may find yourself heavily bleeding during your period, bleeding/spotting between periods or after intercourse, having an irregular cycle or bleeding after menopause. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, they should be checked out. Contact us and allow us to diagnose and treat your symptoms.