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Department of Gynaecology & Obstetrics

Welcome to the Gynaecology & Obstetrics Department at the Kothari Medical Centre, where we provide comprehensive care for women’s reproductive health. Our team of skilled and experienced healthcare professionals offers a range of services, including prenatal care, childbirth, postpartum care, gynecologic examination and treatment for a variety of conditions related to women’s health.

At Kothari Medical Centre, we understand that every woman has a unique need. So, we work closely with each patient to develop an individualized treatment plan, placing the highest emphasis on patient safety.


Gynecological Treatment

Prenatal care

Prenatal care entails routine check-ups throughout the course of the pregnancy to protect the health of both the expectant woman and the growing foetus. This care ensures a healthy pregnancy and reduces the risk of complications.

Labor and Delivery

The entire labour and delivery process is covered by obstetrics services, assuring a secure and comfortable delivery. This involves the competence to handle routine deliveries as well as high-risk pregnancies, crises, and caesarean sections.

Postpartum Care

Following delivery, the department continues to assist women with postpartum care, observing their recuperation and offering advice on nursing, contraception, and emotional health.

Gynecological Exams

Neurological diseases, seizures, headaches, and other nervous system disorders are treated.

Minimally Invasive Surgery

Laparoscopy and hysteroscopy are two minimally invasive surgical procedures that the department frequently specialises in since they have shorter recovery times and less discomfort for patients.

Family Planning and Contraception

The department provides counseling and guidance on birth control options and family planning.

Infertility Treatment

Couples who are experiencing trouble conceiving can receive diagnostic services and treatment alternatives from the department. The department may offer fertility assessments, counselling, and assisted reproductive technologies (such in-vitro fertilisation) to women who are having trouble getting pregnant in order to help couples have as many children as they want.

Menopause Management

The department provides guidance and treatment for women going through menopause, including hormone replacement therapy.

Treatment for Gynecological Conditions

Gynaecologists provide medication and surgical therapies as necessary for a variety of reproductive health conditions, including endometriosis, uterine fibroids, pelvic inflammatory disease, ovarian cysts, and more.

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Why Choose Us

Why choose us?

  • All cases of benign and malignant Gynaecological illnesses are our area of expertise.
  • The labor room for Gynaecological endoscopic surgery (laparoscopy, hysteroscopy) with video control is conveniently attached to the operating room and has all the essential modern equipment to handle any situations that might arise.
  • Additionally, the division offers obstetric ultrasound services.
  • We guarantee the best care for our patients by combining conservative and surgical procedures with the most cutting-edge clinical methods.
  • The department offers fertility evaluations and treatments, including counseling, assisted reproductive techniques, and infertility investigations to help couples who are having difficulty conceiving.
  • Our team of dedicated gynaecologists specialize in non-cancerous (benign) and cancerous (malignant) conditions, using the most clinically advanced techniques


Gynaecology is the branch of medicine that focuses on the health of the female reproductive system, while Obstetrics is the branch that deals with pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum care.

Our services include advanced fetal care, endometriosis, and infertility treatment, as well as a range of surgeries from simple daycare procedures to the most advanced minimally invasive surgeries.

Yes, it is important for women to have regular gynecological exams, even if they are not pregnant or trying to conceive. These exams can help detect and treat conditions such as cervical cancer, ovarian cysts, and sexually transmitted infections.

During a gynecological exam, your healthcare provider will perform a pelvic examination, Pap smear, and Breast exam. They may also discuss your medical history, sexual history, and birth control options.

It’s very normal to have anxiety or embarrassment before visiting a Gynaecologist. But it’s crucial to keep in mind that the purpose of our medical staff is to treat patients with compassion and impartiality. They have received training to put you at ease and respond to your inquiries.

For routine checkups, preventive care, family planning, and management of gynaecological disorders, women of all ages should go to the department. The department’s skilled obstetricians offer prenatal care to women who are expecting.

Yes, the Department of Gynaecology might have sub-specialists who concentrate on particular fields including maternal-fetal medicine (high-risk pregnancies), reproductive endocrinology (hormonal problems), gynecologic oncology (cancer care), and urogynecology (pelvic floor disorders).

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