Obstetrics & Gynaecology

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Welcome to NewGen Hospital, where we prioritize women’s health through exceptional obstetrics and gynecology care. Our dedicated team of experienced obstetricians and gynecologists offers a comprehensive range of services, including prenatal care, routine check-ups, family planning, fertility evaluations, gynecological screenings, and more. With a patient-centered approach, we provide personalized care to support your reproductive health and overall well-being. Trust NewGen Hospital to provide compassionate and expert care for all your obstetric and gynecological needs. Schedule your appointment today and experience the difference.

Obstetrics and Gynecology  is a medical specialty that focuses on the health of the female reproductive system. It comprises two subspecialties: obstetrics, which involves pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period, and gynecology, which deals with the non-pregnant female reproductive system. 

 In this field, doctors undergo combined postgraduate training programs that equip them to provide comprehensive care for both reproductive health and pregnancy management. While some practitioners develop specific interests in either obstetrics or gynecology, they are trained to handle a wide range of conditions related to the female reproductive organs. 

 Normal menstrual cycles before menopause may involve vaginal bleeding and discharge. However, any noticeable changes or unusual symptoms should be discussed with a healthcare provider rather than self-treated. It is essential to address these symptoms properly, as they can stem from mild infections that are easily treatable. Ignoring proper treatment may lead to more serious conditions, including kidney damage. Moreover, certain vaginal symptoms can serve as indicators of more severe issues, such as reproductive tract cancers. Seeking medical attention and appropriate evaluation for abnormal vaginal symptoms is crucial for timely diagnosis and treatment. 

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Menstruation is a normal part of female reproductive development. The menstrual cycle begins in adolescence and is called menarche. Lasting 4 to 7 days, the uterus lining sheds approximately every 28 days when sperms do not fertilize the egg. This process is known as a period. 

Pelvic Floor Prolapse

Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) is a condition where weakened muscles in your pelvis cause one or more organs in your pelvis to sag. In more severe cases, an organ bulges onto another organ or outside your body.  

Pelvic Pain

Pelvic pain can happen in all sexes and might stem from infections, abnormalities in internal organs or pain from your pelvic bones. Treatment depends on the cause. 

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a common hormonal condition that affects up to 1 in 10 females in their reproductive years. It may cause disruptions to the menstrual cycle, skin and hair changes, cysts on the ovaries and infertility. PCOS can cause a wide range of symptoms including excessive hair growth, menstrual irregularities and acne. 

Uterine Fibroids

ome women with uterine fibroids do not have symptoms. Abdominal pain, anemia and increased bleeding can indicate the presence of fibroids. There may also be pain during intercourse (penetration), depending on the location of the fibroid. During pregnancy, they may also be the cause of miscarriage, bleeding, premature labor, or interference with the position of the fetus. A uterine fibroid can cause rectal pressure.  

Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence can be caused by weakened bladder muscles, damage to the pelvic floor, enlarged prostate, menopause, or bladder cancer. Some medications or neurological conditions can also cause urinary incontinence.

Low Libido

Low libido (low sex drive) is a decrease in sexual desire. It’s common and can be temporary or long-term. Libido naturally varies from person to person and can fluctuate throughout your life. But it’s important to see a healthcare provider if a dip in your libido is causing you distress. ife. 

Sexual Discomfort/Issues

Sexual dysfunction is a problem that can happen during any phase of the sexual response cycle. It prevents you from experiencing satisfaction from sexual activity. The sexual response cycle traditionally includes excitement, plateau, orgasm and resolution. Desire and arousal are both part of the excitement phase of the sexual response. It’s important to know women don’t always go through these phases in order. 


Menopause is a point in time when a person has gone 12 consecutive months without a menstrual period. Menopause is a natural part of aging and marks the end of your reproductive years. On average, menopause happens at age 51. 

   The time leading up to menopause is called perimenopause. This is when a lot of women or people assigned female at birth (AFAB) start to transition to menopause. They may notice changes in their menstrual cycles or have symptoms like hot flashes. 


The cause of endometriosis is unknown, but it occurs when endometrial tissue grows outside of the uterine cavity. It can cause painful symptoms that may get worse with hormone fluctuations. The hormonal changes of your menstrual cycle affect the misplaced endometrial-like tissue, causing the area to become inflamed and painful. This means the tissue will grow, thicken, and break down. Over time, the tissue that has broken down has nowhere to go and becomes trapped in your pelvis. 

Ectopic Pregnancy Treatment

  A pregnancy can’t survive outside of the uterus, so all ectopic pregnancies must end. It used to be that about 90% of women with ectopic pregnancies had to have surgery. Today, the number of surgeries is much lower, and many more ectopic pregnancies are managed with medication that prevents them from progressing. 

Molar Pregnancy Treatment

Molar Pregnancy Treatment: A health care provider who suspects a molar pregnancy is likely to order blood tests and an ultrasound. During early pregnancy, a sonogram might involve a wand like device placed in the vagina. After treatment for the molar pregnancy is complete, a provider might check HCG levels for six months to make sure no molar tissue is left. For people with GTN, HCG levels are checked for one year after chemotherapy is completed. 


Uterus Removal: Uterus, also known as womb, is a very important organ of the female reproductive system. It can become diseased by a number of anomalies. Surgical removal of uterus is usually the last treatment option. But it is possible that sometimes, other non-surgical treatment methods fail to offer any relief. In such cases, surgery to remove the uterus may be the only option available.

Ovarian Cyst:

A cyst on your ovary can be found during a pelvic exam or on an imaging test, such as a pelvic ultrasound. Depending on the size of the cyst and whether it’s filled with fluid or solid, your health care provider likely will recommend tests to determine its type and whether you need treatment. In many cases you can wait and be reexamined to see if the cyst goes away after a few months.

Miscarriage Treatment

For a threatened miscarriage, your health care provider might recommend resting until the bleeding or pain subsides. Bed rest hasn’t been proved to prevent miscarriage, but it’s sometimes prescribed as a safeguard. You might be asked to avoid exercise and sex, too. Although these steps haven’t been proved to reduce the risk of miscarriage, they might improve your comfort. 

Bartholin Cyst Treatment

A Bartholin cyst develops when a blockage occurs in a Bartholin gland in the vagina. This blockage causes a lump that can cause irritation and pain during walking, sitting or sex. Bartholin cysts can resolve on their own over time. If it becomes infected, it may need treated by a healthcare provider. Treatment for Bartholin cysts depends on the symptoms. If a cyst is small, painless and doesn’t appear infected, it may not need treatment. If symptoms persist or the cyst grows, then you may be developing an abscess (infection). In severe cases, abscesses may need surgically drained. 

Endometriosis Treatment

Not all treatments work well for all women with endometriosis. Also, endometriosis symptoms may return after the treatment is stopped or, in the case of surgery, as more time passes after the procedure. 

  During the operation, the surgeon can locate any areas of endometriosis and examine the size and degree of growth; he or she also may remove the endometriosis patches at that time. 

Adenomyosis Treatment:

Adenomyosis occurs when tissue from the lining of your uterus grows into your uterine wall. It can cause your uterus to double or triple in size. Symptoms include heavy periods, cramping and painful sex. It’s typically treated with medication or surgery. 

PCOS-PCOD Treatment

The control group was given metformin hydrochloride tablets (national medicine Zhuangzi H20023370, Sino-US Shanghai Squibb Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd., 0.5 g/time, 3 times/d). On the basis of the control group, letrozole tablets (Guoyu Zhuangzi H19991001, Jiangsu Hangiri Medicine Co., Ltd., 2.5 mg/time, 1 time/d) were given orally in the combination group. It starts on the 5th day of menstruation and lasts for 5 days. Both groups were treated continuously for 5 menstrual cycles. 

Pregnancy Care Treatment

Pregnancy care consists of prenatal (before birth) and postpartum (after birth) healthcare for expectant mothers. Prenatal care helps decrease risks during pregnancy and increases the chance of a safe and healthy delivery. Regular prenatal visits can help your doctor monitor your pregnancy and identify any problems or complications before they become serious. 

IVF Treatment

IVF is referred to as a ‘cycle’ of treatment as it involves a number of stages: suppressing natural hormone production, hormone treatment to boost egg supply, egg collection, mixing the eggs and sperm and finally, embryo transfer (more information on the process below). How long it takes depends on your recommended treatment. 

IUI Treatment:

An artificial insemination, intrauterine insemination or IUI treatment is a process used to treat infertility. The procedure helps stimulate the eggs’ growth in a woman through medication, and then, use a speculum to directly place the concentrated sperm inside the uterine cavity. The time the sperm is placed is when the ovary releases an egg or eggs to fertilize. The IUI process helps the sperm to fertilize the egg by swimming through the reproductive tract into the fallopian tube. 

Female Infertility

Infertility results from female factors about one-third of the time and both female and male factors about one-third of the time. The cause is either unknown or a combination of male and female factors in the remaining cases. Female infertility causes can be difficult to diagnose. There are many treatments, depending on the infertility cause. Many infertile couples will go on to conceive a child without treatment. The main symptom of infertility is the inability to get pregnant. A menstrual cycle that’s too long (35 days or more), too short (less than 21 days), irregular or absent can mean that you’re not ovulating. There might be no other signs or symptoms.  

Male Infertility

Infertility is a common issue, with more than five million couples in the United States dealing with this problem. Infertility affects one in every six couples who are trying to conceive. In at least half of all cases of infertility, a male factor is a major or contributing cause. This means that about 10% of all males in the United States who are attempting to conceive suffer from infertility. Infertility is a common problem for males. Conception is a complicated process and there are many obstacles. Fortunately, if you have infertility issues, that doesn’t automatically mean that you won’t be able to have your own child with your partner. There are treatments and procedures that can increase the chances of conception. 

Frequently Asked Question


When should I see an OB/GYN?

You should see an OB/GYN for routine gynecological care, pregnancy-related concerns, family planning, menstrual problems, pelvic pain, sexual health issues, and various women’s health conditions.

OB/GYNs provide prenatal care, monitor fetal development, and address issues such as morning sickness, pregnancy complications, and labor and delivery planning.

What is the role of an OB/GYN during labor and childbirth?

OB/GYNs are responsible for managing the health and well-being of both the mother and the baby during labor and delivery. They can perform deliveries, including cesarean sections, and address any complications that may arise.

Can I see an OB/GYN for sexual health concerns or fertility issues?

Yes, OB/GYNs can provide guidance and treatment for sexual health issues, fertility concerns, and reproductive health planning.