Gynecology and Obstetrics

  Diagnosis and Treatment in Our Clinic

In our clinic, besides diagnosis and treatment of common gynecological diseases, treatments are also performed in the field of pregnancy and birth.  
  • Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
  • Infertility
  • Menopause Period
  • Benign Uterine Tumors
  • HPV Dna Test
  • Urinary Incontinence
  • Genital Warts
  • Vaginismus
  • Pregnancy Tracking
  • Painless Normal Birth
  • Caesarean
  • Normal Birth After Cesarean Section
  • 4 Dimensional Ultrasonography
  • Colposcopy
  • Smear Test
  • Family planning
  • Intrauterine Biopsy
  • Genital Aesthetics
  • Hymen Repair
  • Whitening of the Outer Genital Area
  • Laser Vaginal Tightening
  • Labiaplasty
  • Destroying Birthmark
  • Urinary Incontinence (TOT) Surgery
  • Myomectomy
  • Closed and Open Ovarian Cyst Operations
  • External Pregnancy Operation
  • Spiral Insertion and Removal
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Gynecological Diseases

Ovarian Cysts

They are pouch-like structures that develop in the ovaries and may contain liquid or tissue. Although they are often asymptomatic and detected during the examination, they may sometimes give symptoms such as inguinal pain, abnormal menstrual pattern, intermittent bleeding, frequent urination, irregular bowel movements. As the cysts grow, they need to be followed up and treated because of the possibility of complications such as rupture (draining the fluid content into the abdomen) or torsion of the ovary (blocking the anatomy and blocking the blood supply).

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

It is a genetic disease characterized by irregular or no menstruation as a result of hormonal disorders. In addition to its clinical manifestations such as male pattern hair loss on the face and body, male pattern hair loss, acne, sugar metabolism disorder, obesity; It is a health problem that should be taken seriously because it causes heart diseases, diabetes and hypertension in advanced ages.

HPV Infection

It is a common and sexually transmitted disease. A group of virus types, warts in the genital area; a group can cause cervical cancer. It is diagnosed with regular controls. It should not be forgotten that the protective vaccine developed against this virus has been used since 2006. Women should have a regular ultrasound-guided gynecological examination once a year, even if they do not have any complaints. After the age of 30, every woman should have at least one HPV test along with a smear test. Women with normal smear tests and negative HPV tests should have their subsequent cervical checks every 5 years. Smear test should be repeated every 3 years if the age of 21-29.

Ovarian Cancer Screening

Ovarian cancer is gynecological cancer with the highest mortality rate. Generally, it occurs in the period of 50-60 years of menopause. The average survival in this cancer is around 3 years. Screening studies conducted in the last 20 years have not been able to reduce the mortality rate of ovarian cancer. Today, there is no ideal screening method for ovarian cancer screening, but it is recommended to check the blood for CA 125 in 6-month intervals and to perform ultrasound in high-risk women over the age of 35.

Cervical cancer screening

Cervical cancer is a cancer that can be prevented. Approximately 1,600 new cases are encountered in our country annually, while about half of them die. This is because half of the patients are diagnosed at an advanced stage. Cervical cancer has precancerous lesions, so cervical cancer does not appear suddenly. These cancer precursor lesions are frequently seen under the age of 45, most frequently between the ages of 25-29. Screening in this cancer; In sexually active women, liquid-based cytology (smear) is taken every 3 years from the age of 21 until the age of 30. After the age of 30, HPV tests can be used for screening purposes.

Endometrial Cancer Screening

Cervical cancer is a cancer that can be prevented. Approximately 1,600 new cases are encountered in our country annually, while about half of them die. This is because half of the patients are diagnosed at an advanced stage. Cervical cancer has precancerous lesions, so cervical cancer does not appear suddenly. These cancer precursor lesions are frequently seen under the age of 45, most frequently between the ages of 25-29. Screening in this cancer; In sexually active women, liquid-based cytology (smear) is taken every 3 years from the age of 21 until the age of 30. After the age of 30, HPV tests can be used for screening purposes.

Vaginal discharge

Fluids secreted from the glands in the vaginal walls and in the cervix provide the wetness required for the health of the woman. When these fluids increase or change, vaginal discharge can be seen. Normal vaginal discharge is clear and the liquid resembles egg white, does not smell. Such currents are called physiological currents. However, discharges that have symptoms such as dark yellow, green, brown, bloody, foaming, malodorous, pain and burning during urination and intercourse, abnormal bleeding are called infection-related discharge. Infections are treated with medication and vaginal tablets.

Infertility

Hormonal imbalances and sexually transmitted diseases can prevent pregnancy from occurring. If the spouses do not have a known disease, unprotected intercourse for at least one year is recommended. If pregnancy has not occurred at the end of a year, sperm measurement, intrauterine filming and hormone tests are performed. In the treatment of infertility, ovulation is planned, intercourse at the appropriate time, the insertion of sperm into the uterus (vaccination) or the combination of egg and sperm outside (in vitro fertilization).