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    Infertility Treatment - male infertility treatment in thane

    FSH and LH: This blood test should be done during day 2 to day 5 of your cycle. FSH, LH levels are important to know your ovarian function. Day 1 is first full day of your period. Blood levels after 5th day can give us wrong information.

    • TSH: to know your thyroid hormonal levels. Thyroid hormone can sometimes disturb the menstrual cycle and thereby affect fertility.
    • Prolactin: High levels of prolactin are known to be associated with problems with ovulation


    Gynecology Treatment - maternity hospitals in thane

    The most widely accepted definition from the 2003 Rotterdam ESHRE/ASRM sponsored workshop on PCOS, are that any two of the following three criteria were required to diagnose PCOS after excluding other causes of androgen excess.

    • Ovulatory dysfunction such as anovulation/ oligoovulation
    • Clinical or biochemical evidence of hyperandrogenism such as hirsuitism or acne
    • Polycystic ovarian morphology on ultrasound can be seen in 10-20% of normally ovulating women. So best definition of PCOS is hyperandrogenic anovulation.


    Endoscopy Treatment - laparoscopic surgery in thane

    Laparoscopy is a procedure to look inside your abdomen by using a laparoscope. A laparoscope is like a thin telescope with a light source. It is used to light up and magnify the structures inside the abdomen. A laparoscope is passed into the abdomen through a small incision (cut) in the skin. A camera is attached to the end of the telescope and the image is viewed on a video monitor. Surgery is carried out while looking at this monitor.



    Maternity Treatment - good maternity hospital in thane

    Pre-pregnancy counselling should include ways to improve a couple’s chances of conception and advice on antenatal care to prevent disease and improve postnatal outcomes.

    If you are planning to have a baby you should see a gynaecologist ideally at least 3 months before you get pregnant. This is called a preconception visit and he will do the following: