Embrace comfort and restore balance with expert care for menstrual disorders
At our gynaecology clinic, we fully comprehend that menstrual disorders can impact a woman’s daily life. That’s why we offer a wide range of treatments and services to help alleviate the pain, manage the symptoms and improve overall well-being.
We understand that every woman’s body is unique, and we work closely with our patients to develop personalized treatment plans that address their needs. Our team of experienced and compassionate professionals provides the highest level of care to all our patients.
Our gynaecology clinic offers a patient-centered approach for women of all ages experiencing menstrual disorders. With a team of experienced and knowledgeable doctors, we help manage your symptoms and improve your quality of life.
We also offer a range of treatment options, including medication, lifestyle changes, and minimally invasive procedures, to help you find the right solution for your specific needs. Our doctors take the time to listen to our patient’s concerns and work with them to develop a personalized treatment plan.
Our doctor will examine and discuss your symptoms before recommending the most effective diagnostic tests. We run tests that include blood tests, a transvaginal ultrasound scan, a vaginal checkup, a hysteroscopy, or an endometrial biopsy. We will also discuss potential treatment choices with you and agree on a management plan to help mitigate your symptoms.
We treat menstrual disorders using different approaches, ranging from medications to surgery, depending on the type of menstrual disorder and the severity of the problem.
The first step in treatment for heavy menstruation is medication. Oral contraceptives, progestin, and other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medicines may aid in the control of heavy menstrual bleeding.
We use over-the-counter pain relievers to treat severe menstrual cramps. Other treatments include antidepressants, diuretics, and dietary and lifestyle improvements.
You must see a healthcare professional if you have irregular periods or mild to moderate pain during your menstruation. There might be changes in menstrual patterns from heavy, painful periods to no periods at all. Commonly, women should take consultation when periods occur less than 21 days, more than three months apart or last more than ten days.
Consult your health care professional immediately if you experience excessive or abnormal bleeding:
If you consume medications, it usually takes a week or two to recover from menstrual disorders. However, if you underwent surgery, it may take a month or more to recoup.
The treatment’s results are lifelong, but most menstruation disorders happen due to uncontrolled lifestyle changes. So if you regularly exercise and control your diet, you can prevent menstrual abnormalities from occurring again.