Gynecology and Obstetrics
Gynecologists provide services with all the facilities of modern medicine in subjects such as general diagnosis, treatment, and surgical services related to Gynecology and childbirth, follow-up of risky and normal pregnancies, birth and menopause, and osteoporosis.
General Gynecology Services
In the Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, where all health problems of women of all ages from adolescence to menopause are diagnosed, treated and surgery is performed, polyclinic services are provided where routine controls and preventive medicine practices are successfully achieved.
- Routine inspection and periodic checks
- Painless Birth – Normal Birth
- Caesarean section
- Infertility Treatment
- Pregnancy Follow-up and All Related Tests
- Genital Aesthetics (labia and vagina aesthetics etc.)
- Therapeutic Curettage
- Endometriosis (chocolate cyst) Diagnosis and Treatment
- Uterine and Cyst Surgery
- Urinary Incontinence Diagnosis and Treatment
- Genital (bladder, intestine, etc.) Section Sagging Operations
- Genital Wart Diagnosis and Treatment
- PAP-Smear Test
- Gynecological Diseases
- Low Threat and Treatment
- Menopause Treatment
- Birth Control Methods (Family Planning)
- Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment
- Ovarian Cysts
- Painful Menstrual and Menstrual Irregularities
- Menopause and Osteoporosis Follow-up
In the Gynecology and Obstetrics Departments of our hospital, necessary treatments are carried out so that women can spend the menopause period healthily and comfortably. Our physicians work in harmony with other branches to prevent osteoporosis (osteoporosis disease that develops due to menopause) and to minimize the damage to patients.
Gynecological Oncology Follow-up
30-40% of cancers in the female body originate from genital organs such as the breast, uterus, and ovaries. Cancers of the cervix (cervix), uterus (endometrium), ovary (ovary), and external genitalia (vulva and vagina) are called gynecological cancers. In our Gynecology and Obstetrics Department of our hospital, colposcopy, laparoscopic, etc. By performing these procedures, doctors aim is to diagnose and treat the disease earlier.
Infertility Diagnosis and Treatment
Today, 10-15 percent of couples of childbearing ages face some difficulties in conceiving a child and can only have a child with treatment.
Infertile can be a woman or a man, or both. For the treatment of infertility, it is very important to determine the origin of the problem correctly. Among the causes of infertility, the first thing that needs to be investigated is whether the sperm quality of the man is appropriate. Next is whether the woman has an egg and whether it is working properly or not. Thirdly, the female genital organs that allow the union of the egg and sperm are intact, and the tubes that allow the passage between the uterus and ovaries are open.
In the Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, spermogram tests, ultrasonographic examinations, etc. are performed for infertility diagnoses, and appropriate treatment methods including vaccination and laparoscopic surgery are successfully performed as treatment methods
Normal and Risky Pregnancy Follow-up Services
The physicians of the Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics carry out the follow-up of all expectant mothers from the week of pregnancy to the birth, as standard, with ultrasound devices. Routine tests for diagnosis include double test, fetal nuchal thickness measurement, triple test, quad test, diabetes screening test, cervical length measurement, fetal monitoring. Depending on the development of pregnancy, delivery options with normal, cesarean, or epidural anesthesia are also successfully performed.
Color Doppler ultrasonography can be applied to view the uterine artery that carries blood to the uterus and provides nutrition to the baby. Apart from this, in the light of today’s scientific developments, 4-dimensional ultrasound applications can be performed, where we can examine the baby and its development in more detail after the 3-dimensional ultrasound. While the movements of the babies in the mother’s womb can be viewed with the delay with the examinations made with 3D ultrasound devices, the movements of the baby such as frowning, laughing, yawning, finger sucking can be monitored instantly and quickly with 4-dimensional ultrasonography. This application, which is especially important in the follow-up of risky and multiple pregnancies, is in high demand as a result of people wanting to view their babies in detail while they are in the mother’s womb.
Diagnosis, follow-up, and delivery of high-risk pregnancies are carried out with the support of our experienced Gynecology and Obstetrics staff as well as other branches. In the births of these pregnancies, our babies are carefully cared for and cling to life with the renewed neonatal intensive care unit and experienced intensive care team.
Birth and Birth Type
Preterm birth is common in multiple pregnancies and maybe around 50% in twins, 75% in triplets, and around 90% in quadruplet pregnancies. However, the rate of preterm birth varies a lot in multiple pregnancies.
Regardless of how the baby arrives at birth, be prepared for any changes in the position of the baby during birth and especially after the birth of the first twin. Cesarean section is usually performed if the twin head is not present, but normal delivery is generally considered in the foreground in twins with the head-to-head presentation. Although the method of delivery is controversial in twin pregnancies that are not alone, cesarean section is generally preferred by women.
Cesarean section is preferred for triplet or more multiple pregnancies.
Urogynecology Department: “Urogynecology”, which deals with the complaints of overactive bladder, pelvic organ prolapse, and urinary incontinence, serves as a sub-branch of urology. For the diagnosis and treatment of disorders in this field, female pelvic floor anatomy and gynecological urogynecological physiology and urodynamic studies are required. According to different causes that can occur in everyone, the treatment should be tailored to the individual, either medically or surgically.