Gynecology Health Services
Your vulva, vagina, cervix, ovaries, uterus, rectum, and pelvis will be examined for any abnormalities.
The annual exam is performed to evaluate your overall physical health. The Pap smear detects cervical cancer. A Pap smear is included in an annual exam.
A clinical breast examination can detect a lump in your breast as well as other changes that may necessitate additional testing. Breast exams are one of the most important early breast cancer screenings.
A urine sample or a self-taken swab for a woman is usually all that is needed to test for chlamydia and gonorrhoea. A blood sample is required for HIV and syphilis testing. Herpes tests are usually not performed unless you have genital sores or anus. A swab will be collected from a sore spot in this case.
A microscopic examination of a vaginal smear sample is the standard test for yeast infection. Yeast is frequently visible in such samples.
A urine sample can be used to detect UTIs. A microscope is used to look for bacteria or white blood cells, which are signs of infection.
Prescribing & Counselling
Contraception counseling assists patients in achieving their fertility goals in accordance with their key objectives, beliefs, and lived experiences.
Pregnancy tests detect pregnancy by looking for a hormone called human chorionic gonadotropin in your urine (HCG). Only when you are pregnant does your body produce this hormone.