Gynecology & Obstetrics

What is gynecology/gynecologist?

Gynecologists specifically deal with the welfare of the pregnant woman and her baby. gynecologists are also obstetricians, and the field of gynecology focuses on all other aspects of a woman’s reproductive health from the onset of puberty through menopause and beyond.

obstetrics and gynecology doctors study all other elements of a woman's reproductive health, from the onset of puberty to menopause and beyond.

Women visit their gynecologist annually for a pelvic check and Pap test. Infections or any pain or discomfort in the uterus, genitalia, or breasts are other conditions for which a woman can visit her gynecologist. Gynecologists can also help with contraceptive and infertility problems.

Gynecology is the medical specialty that diagnoses and treats conditions affecting the reproductive system, such as cancer of the fallopian tubes, ovaries, uterus, and cervix. A gynecologist can also handle pelvic organ prolapse. This ailment is typically seen by postmenopausal women with weak pelvic muscles that are unable to adequately support the uterus or bladder.

Yeast and bacterial infections, painful and irregular menstruation, difficult intimate relations, and other disorders associated with menopause that may require surgery are among the various illnesses treated.


What is obstetrics? 

Obstetrics focuses especially on the health of the pregnant woman and her unborn child. Ectopic pregnancy, in which the embryo is in the fallopian tube, fetal discomfort brought on by compression, placental issues, or high blood pressure, which can be a precursor to the deadly condition known as pre-eclampsia, are just a few of the complications that can occur during pregnancy.

The obstetrician ensures that both mother and child are safely guided through all stages of pregnancy and labor because they are trained in these and many other difficulties of childbirth. An obstetrician is prepared to handle any change that arises throughout the normal, albeit occasionally challenging process of childbirth, whether the baby is delivered vaginally or via scheduled or emergency caesarian section.

Following delivery, an obstetrician is concerned with both the mother's and the baby's health to ensure that neither suffers from the fatal complications that were common a century ago and, sadly, are still happening in third-world countries.

We offer Patient and Family Focused Care

The Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at Metro Medical Care supports women throughout their lifelong journey from Adolescence, family planning, Gestational age to Menopause and beyond. Our team-based approach includes you as a partner in care and healing for building healthy families and a better future. 

The department combined with reputedand experienced Doctors, certified nurses, midwives, physicians and assistantstaff togetherwith cutting edge technology enhances the care around each patient and her family to best meet their needs.


Care for every stages of pregnancy. High-risk Pregnancies Prenatal Testing Fetal Assessment Adolescent gynecology

Our Gynecology services include:

Adolescent gynecology Behavioral problems Cancer Screening Endocrinology Health maintenance during pregnancy Infertility Pregnancy Preventative health Urinary tract disorders Ultra-Sonography 2D, 3D, 4D & Vaginal Antenatal care for normal & high risk pregnancy Management of cervical infections Management of infertility & induction of ovulation Management of recurrent abortion & diseases Management of urinary incontinence Management of urinary incontinence Management of puberty problems in girls Management of menopausal syndrome Prophylaxis against cervical cancer Pre-marital checkup Family planning services

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