Your doctor can recommend one or many of the following diagnostic tests based on the symptoms experienced by you and part of the body affected.
A pelvic exam typically consists of a doctor's visual and physical evaluation of a woman's reproductive organs like vagina, cervix, fallopian tubes, vulva, ovaries, and uterus.
This test involves collecting and examining the cells from the cervix to screen for cervical cancer. It is generally done in conjunction with a pelvic examination.
A pelvic ultrasound is a scan which uses sound waves to look at the organs inside the female pelvis consisting of uterus, cervix, vagina, fallopian tubes and ovaries.
Mammogram screens for breast cancer. During this procedure, low dose X-rays are used to produce pictures of the breast which are then examined for signs of cancer.
It is a procedure to remove a sample of tissue or cells from the body for examining it closely. Though biopsies can help diagnose many problems, it is mostly done to detect cancers.
A colposcopy is a way to identify cancerous cells in the cervix, vagina, or vulva by taking a closer look at them. For performing this, the doctor uses a special magnifying device called Colposcope to get an enlarged view of the cervix.
Cystoscopy, otherwise called cystourethroscopy, is a procedure that allows the physician to check for the health of the urinary tract including the bladder and urethra, in detail.
Laparoscopy is a minimally invasive surgical diagnostic procedure that uses a thin tube with a video camera attached to its one end to examine the organs in the abdomen and pelvic area of the women.
LEEP is done to diagnose or treat abnormal cells or tissues in the cervix or vagina found during a Pelvic exam or PAP test. This procedure involves the usage of a wire loop heated by an electric current to cut away a thin layer of abnormal tissue.
This is a minimally invasive procedure that allows the doctor to examine the uterus through a scope. If anything abnormal is found, a sample of it can be taken for further testing.
We employ innovative minimally invasive procedures like advanced laparoscopy and robotic surgery to provide progressive and personalized surgical care for women, with our main focus being faster recovery, less pain, smaller incisions, minimal scars, low risk of infection, shorter hospital stay and early return to normal daily activities.
Prior to, during and after pregnancy, our doctors absorb a lot of information about you and your fetus, through various tests, scans and examinations to ensure a healthy and safe pregnancy.
These tests, which are done prior to your pregnancy, help identify the factors that could harm you or your fetus during pregnancy. It looks for information like your general medical history, family history, Blood Type, complete blood count and presence of any potential health issue, etc.
From the first visit until you deliver, almost every time your doctor may get your urine, blood pressure, and weight checked to avoid the development of gestational diabetes and preeclampsia.
The two essential tests during the first trimester are the blood test and ultrasound. They provide detail about the baby's risk of having chromosomal conditions like Down syndrome or any other disorders.
Blood test: It checks for haemoglobin levels, pregnancy-associated plasma protein-A (PAPP-A) and human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG), etc. in the mother.
Ultrasound: This test is used to understand the baby's shape and position using the images produced by the sound waves.
The tests in the Second Trimester check for urine glucose levels, albumin levels, TSH levels, CBC, etc. Ultrasound, Amniocentesis, Maternal Serum Screening, multiple marker tests are the other tests done in the second trimester to ensure a healthy pregnancy.
The Third trimester also comes with a number of screenings like Blood test, Group B streptococcus screening, Electronic fetal heart rate monitoring, Ultrasound scan, etc. to ensure optimum well-being of both mother and baby.
It is to be noted that apart from the above-mentioned tests, your doctor can offer you some more tests depending on your health condition.