Gynecology and Obstetrics

Gynaecologist at Anupama Hospital is driven by the aim to give the best health care services for IVF, High Risk pregnancy, Normal Delivery, Fetal medicine, breastfeeding support and issues related to the menstrual cycle. A care for every mother, every child, every newborn, every women


The Gynaecology and Obstetrics department at Anupama hospital ends your search for Gynecologist in Kukatpally region, they provide extensive care for the women with gyenic issues and in pregnancy stage. The treatments are provided in secured environment, which spurs compassion, so that the women do not feel any kind of insecurity while they are dealing with the female related issues and aspects.

Our gynecologists have a thorough understanding about various issues, and they can understand and provide the accurate treatments for the patients. They emphasize on oral treatments primarily, and only resort to the surgical procedures if they are needed at any cost. The operations are done at the advanced facilities, with the effective equipment, so that the processes are done with high accuracy and achieve outstanding results for the patients.

Our obstetricians provide the required care for the pregnant ladies, and effective inputs are provided for the newborn care. The pregnancy surgeries are carried out with high expertise to prevent any complications, and facilitate free conception. The newborn is taken care by providing all the required medical tests, and resorting to any treatments if needed.


About Normal Delivery and Common Gynaecological Problems 

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    Normal Delivery

    In normal delivery, a pregnant woman delivers the baby naturally, without any assistance. However, the process should be carried out in a hospital, by an experienced obstetrician, because if any issue arises, then the medical support will take care of it, preventing any risk to the mother and baby.

    In this process, the labor starts with breaking of the sac surrounding the baby, which releases clear water. Contracts start, by repeated tightening and loosening of uterus, which ar like heavy cramping, and they push the baby towards the cervix. The size of cervix is 3 cm, but it accommodates according to the delivery of the baby, to usually a size of 10 cm. The baby then passes through the cervix, into the birth canal, and delivers out through the vagina.

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    Fibroids are the non-cancerous structures grown in the uterus. The actual causes of this phenomena are still unknown, but it is widely believed that the hormones, estrogen and progesterone, make the fibroids grow. While there are no symptoms and complications in some women, others may face considerable issues over the time.

    Fibroids can cause heavy bleeding, pain, abdominal swelling, frequent urination and constipation. While there is no problem for delivery in the pregnant women, the position of the baby changes, which can lead to caesarian for delivery. Other complications are painful delivery, excessive bleeding, premature labour and miscarriage.

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    Menstrual Problems

    Menstrual problems are common these days, in the women of various ages. These issues can produce significant symptoms, which can hamper the day to day activities of many women, or no symptoms at all in the others. While there are different kinds of menstrual problems, suffering with them for longer periods can pose considerable health risks, including infertility.

    The common symptoms of menstrual problems are heavy bleeding or very less bleeding or no bleeding at all, huge blood clots, abdominal cramps, intense pain, mood swings, irritability, etc. Women may experience all of these symptoms, or some of them, or none of them, since the menstrual traits vary for each woman.

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    PCOD (Polycystic Ovarian Disease)

    Polycystic Ovarian Disease (PCOD) causes numerous cysts on the ovaries, which results in infertility. The cysts are not dangerous, but they affect the hormonal balance, which ultimately affects the ability to conceive, and also poses other health risks.

    Due to the hormonal changes, the male hormones, androgens, are released in large quantities, which affect the ovulation process and cause infertility. Also, these cysts can cause heart problems and diabetes in the long run. Since the insulin usage is decreased considerably due to the hormonal change, the blood glucose levels rise up, causing diabetes over the time.

    The symptoms of this health issue are acne, weight gain, irregular periods, infertility, depression and thick body or facial hair.

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    IVF (In Vitro Fertilization)

    IVF (In Vitro Fertilization), which belongs to ART (Assisted Reproductive Technology), is a process which leads to fertilization, by combining the sperm and egg in a laboratory. This method is used for the couples, who are unable to conceive, due to male infertility, issues with fallopian tubes of the female, any disorders related to ovaries, genetic issues and unexplained infertility.

    In this process, eggs in the ovaries are monitored till they are developed. After the complete development of them, the eggs and sperms are secured. Both of them are combined in the laboratory, and appropriate environment is provided for the embryo growth. And, the grown embryos are then transferred to the uterus, which results in pregnancy.

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    High Risk Pregnancy

    Ideally, a pregnant woman should deliver the baby on the due date, and resume to the normal activities after some days. But, in the condition known as “High Risk Pregnancy”, the health of the baby, or mother, or both, worsen during the pregnancy, which can even lead to fatality.

    There are many reasons for this issue, including the age of mother, previous medical conditions (like blood pressure, diabetes, etc.), health issues which occur during the pregnancy, any pregnancy issues (multiple births, reduced cervix, etc.), and others.

    To be safe from this condition, the pregnant women should visit gynecologists/obstetricians regularly during the pregnancy period.


The Gynaecologist deals with all the problems related to the woman’s reproductive system, menstrual cycle and pregnancy. Since these issues are needed to be taken care of for several months, Anupama provides the top gynecologist for best treatment regimens.


Anupama provides you with the Pre Conception Care, which is required for maintaining the health of both baby and mother. You are offered with the required tests, and inputs regarding diet, etc.


The most important and memorable moment of your life, the Pregnancy, is handled with utmost care by our gynecologist. The mother and baby are provided with the needed care and the conception is made as easy as possible.


The newborn care is given utmost preference in Anupama a by pediatric gynecologist. In fact, our care starts even before the conception. The Newborn is provided with all the medical tests to know about the health condition and provide any treatment if required.


Know about Before and After Pregnancy Tests, Tips and Medicines

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    Tests You Need to Undergo to Confirm Pregnancy

    To confirm pregnancy, you have to undergo these tests without fail.

    Pregnancy test at home

    You can know whether you are pregnant or not in the home itself, albeit roughly. The HPTs or Home Pregnancy Tests are there for this purpose, and when these kits detect hCG or “human Chorionic Gonadotropin” hormone in the urine, then they display positive sign, stating that you are pregnant; else, not. But, there is a high possibility for false results, as this test is highly inaccurate.

    Urine test at clinic
    Like the HPT, urine is checked for the traces of hCG, but the results are interpreted by an expert. So, the possible margin of error is calculated well by them, and the results are decent.

    Blood test at clinic
    This test is by far the most effective diagnosis for pregnancy. Since, the presence of hCG in blood is evident during pregnancy, the results are highly accurate. Further, there are two types of tests in it.

     – Qualitative

     – Quantitative

    In the qualitative blood test for hCG, only the presence or absence of this hormone is traced out. But, in the quantitative test, the levels of hCG are also determined, which makes it the utmost accurate method to confirm the pregnancy.

    You should use these tests, to determine if you are pregnant or not.

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    Tests Needed During Pregnancy

    It’s happy news that you are pregnant, Congratulations! Now, you should take the required care for the health of the foetus, and yourself. And, the first thing you should do for this aspect is getting the required tests regularly.

    Following are the tests, which you should get during the pregnancy.

     – Whole Blood Count

     – Tests to find out the presence of STDs (Sexually Transmitted Diseases).

     – Blood Pressure check

     – Urine examination

     – Rh Factor test

     – Multiple Marker Screening

     – Ultrasound for foetus

     – Test for Glucose Tolerance

     – Group B Streptococcus

     – Monitoring of fetal heart rate

     – On the prescription of the doctor, these tests should be conducted without fail.

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    Tests Needed After Pregnancy

    After pregnancy, you and the newborn should get the required tests done, as they will secure the general health of both of you.

    The baby should be in pristine health, to develop and grow. Hence, the required tests to check the body weight, health condition, etc. have to be conducted after the pregnancy. The newborn care is very important for the baby to live a healthy life.

    You should get the tests to assess the quantity of blood in the body, because you have already lost considerable amount of it during the delivery. You have to take good diet and the prescribed medicines to replenish the body with the lost quantity of blood.

    Also, you have to get any other tests, which are recommended by the doctor, as they are proposed to secure the lives of your baby and you.

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    Precautions to be Taken During Pregnancy

    You should take some precautions during the pregnancy, to have successful delivery with less labour (effort and pain).

    Be careful about the diet, as you are prone to food allergy during this period. Follow the doctor recommendations strictly, and take the foods which are safe for you and the growing baby. Vomits or diarrhea during this period, can deprive the baby with the required nutrients. Hence, take extra care about this aspect.

    Regarding the beverages, you can take plain fruit juices without any additives, as they are very healthy for both of you. Avoid caffeine and carbonated drinks, because they can cause various problems to the baby.

    Take any medicines after consulting the doctor only. Some drugs can cause contradictions during this period, and hence, necessary care should be taken by you.

    Light exercise, like walking, is usually good for reducing labor during the delivery. If you are not habituated to regular exercise, then start walking daily from the second trimester.  However, you should follow the doctor recommendations during this period.

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    Precautions to Be Taken After Pregnancy

    Due to the delivery of baby, your body needs the required nutrition and rest, to heal from the changes occurred during the pregnancy. Also, you should take complete care of the newborn, during this period. Hence, you should follow some effective precautions after the surgery, to take care of the baby and yourselves.

    – Adjust to the baby timings, and take rest accordingly. It is common for the newborns to awake every 3 hours, and they should be cleaned and fed during this time. You may not get time for continuous sleep in this situation. So, refrain from any activities than feeding and taking care of the baby, for the first few months after delivery.

    – Eat healthy foods as required, because you have to feed the baby, and also, take care of your health at the same time.

    – If you are unable to handle all the activities, then get some help from the known ones, or hire somebody to assist you in taking care of the baby.

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    Medicines to Avoid During Pregnancy

    Medicines should be taken with utmost care during the pregnancy, as any contradiction can cause severe damage to the health of the mother and baby. The following steps should be followed, to use any drugs during this period.

    – If you are taking prescribed medicines before the pregnancy, then you should continue them; of course, by taking the doctor’s advice. Some medicines have to be replaced by others, which pose no side effects, and hence the recommendation of doctor is very important.

    – Don’t take any herbs during this period, as they can cause severe abnormalities in the foetus and mother.

    – Apart from the prescribed medicines, do not use any over-the-counter medicines without the approval of doctor, as some of them can cause heart defect in the baby. It is best to resort for home remedies, for the minor health issues, like cough, headache, etc.

Say Hello to our doctors who are gynecology experts.


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