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Dr.Beena Jeysingh is one of thetop female gynecologist in Bangalore. a women should get a physical and medical health care in her life especially in her pregnancy time. A gynecologist helps to provide emotional care and proper treatment for easy normal delivery.

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Best Gynecologist doctor in Bangalore

Dr.Beena Jeysingh is one of thetop female gynecologist in Bangalore. a women should get a physical and medical health care in her life especially in her pregnancy time. A gynecologist helps to provide emotional care and proper treatment for easy normal delivery.

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+91 9845463120

https://[email protected]/contact/
Dr. Beena Jeysingh is a dynamic Doctor of 16 years experience in the field of
Obstetrics, Gynecology and Laparoscopic surgery. She is a member of
Bangalore Society of Obstetrics & Gynaecology and FOGSI. She holds a
diploma in Laparoscopic surgery. Her best services in some of the major
hospitals in the city have been recognized and she is now supported by the
state-of-the-art “Motherhood” center on Sarjapur road.
An alumnus of the prestigious Madras medical college, she completed MBBS
meritoriously in 1996. She distinguished herself by securing Diplomate of the
National Board and subsequently was conferred MNAMS (Membership of the
National Academy of Medical sciences) (Obstetrics and Gynecology) in 2001.


Laparoscopic Gynecological surgery
Hysteroscopic surgery inside the uterus
High-risk pregnancy management
Preconception counseling
Gynecologic laparoscopy is a procedure that allows surgeons to look inside
the patient’s pelvic region through smaller incisions to either diagnose a
condition or for proceeding with treatments.

Why Laparoscopic Approach

The advantages of the laparoscopic approach involves e cient diagnosis
and treatment of endometriosis or fibroids, removal of ovarian cyst,
hysterectomy, ectopic pregnancy, carrying out female sterilization (surgery on
fallopian tubes to prevent future pregnancy), staging and treatment of
gynecologic cancers etc. Laparoscopic gynecological surgery is safer, less
expensive, and has a shorter healing time.

After Laparoscopic Surgery

Laparoscopic gynecological surgery is characterized with faster healing,
which means the patient can mostly be back to normal activities within few
days. Operating through small incisions reduces the discomfort that a person
has to su er after surgery. Performing surgery laparoscopically also reduce
the chances of forming internal scar tissue (adhesions) after surgery.

Hysteroscopic surgery inside the uterus

Hysteroscopic surgery inside the uterus Hysteroscopy is minimally invasive
surgery where the Gynecologist inserts a small telescope (hysteroscope)
through the mouth of the uterus the cervix into the uterus. The hysteroscope
enables the Gynecologist to picture inside of the uterus on a video screen.
The uterine cavity is then viewed for any abnormalities. The experienced
gynecologist observes the lining of the uterus and for any other intrauterine
pathology (fibroids or polyps). The specialist additionally looks at the
openings to the fallopian tubes (tubal ostia)into the uterine cavity.
Pregnancy and birth are natural processes. Most pregnancies are low
risk – healthy mom,healthy baby, no complications . When your not
underweight or overweight, no chronic health issues, and age less than
35years and if you are having just one baby – then both you and baby are
more likely to go through a safe pregnancy and birth. Today, 88% of
pregnancies have a physiological course which needs just basic care, while
12% of cases are of high-risk pregnancy that requires additional care and
specific assistance.

So what is high risk pregnancy?

High risk means that you or your baby’s life could be threatened
by complications
It can be the result of a medical condition present before pregnancy. or, a
medical condition that develops during pregnancy which could cause
problems for either mom or baby or your carrying more than one baby called
multiple pregnancy or the baby has some health issue. While all pregnancies
can be challenging, high risk pregnancies can possess potential threat over
the health of both the mother and the fetus.

What are the risk factors ?

There are various risk factors for pregnancy. Specific factors that might
contribute to a high-risk pregnancy include:

. Advanced Maternal Age

Surveys have revealed that in the last few years risk is mainly attributable to
the increase in the average age of pregnant women. Pregnancy risks are
higher for mothers age 35 and older.

. Lifestyle Choices

Smoking cigarettes, drinking alcohol and using illegal drugs can put a
pregnancy at risk.

. Medical History

A prior C-section, low birth weight baby or preterm birth — birth before 37
weeks of pregnancy — might increase the risk in subsequent pregnancies.
Other risk factors include a family history of genetic conditions, a history of
pregnancy loss or the death of a baby shortly after birth.

. Underlying Conditions

Chronic conditions — such as diabetes, high blood pressure and epilepsy
— increase pregnancy risks. A blood condition, such as anemia, an infection
or an underlying mental health condition also can increase pregnancy risks.

. Pregnancy Complications

Various complications that develop during pregnancy pose risks, such as
problems with the uterus, cervix or placenta. Other concerns might
include too much amniotic fluid (polyhydramnios) or low amniotic fluid
(oligohydramnios), restricted fetal growth, or Rh (rhesus) sensitization — a
potentially serious condition that can occur when your blood group is Rh
negative and your baby’s blood group is Rh positive. Complications in the
course of pregnancy may occur as hypertension, diabetes, or infectious
diseases, which often lead to the failure of pregnancy.

. Multiple Pregnancy

Pregnancy risks are higher for women carrying twins or higher order multiples.
Risk factors for pregnancy also involve fears and anxieties that make the
gestation period more stressful.

Steps to be taken to go through a healthy pregnancy

High risk pregnancies require more advanced level of attention and monitoring
as they carry huge risk of complications and problems for a baby’s health at
the time of birth and beyond. Women with high risk pregnancies will have to
be counseled by a high risk pregnancy specialist to be specifically attentive
toward their health, have a nutritious diet, maintain proper amount of weight
and avoid the consumption of any risky substances or medications. Regular
prenatal visits, regular maternal and fetal screening as well as additional
prenatal tests are usually recommended to further assess the health and
development of the baby. Delivery of a high risk pregnancy is better to take
place in a hospital setting, under the guidance of a high risk pregnancy doctor.

Caring for your health before you become pregnant will help you learn about
any risk factors and treat any medical problems before you conceive.This helps
you make healthy choices for you and your baby.

During the preconception visit you will be questioned regarding your medical
and surgical history,family and genetic history,previous obstetric history and
lifestyle habits. A basic physical examination,weight and BP check is done.

Blood test to check rubella virus immunity done.

Based on the assessment, lifestyle modification,to avoid any medications that
can be harmful to baby and appropriate counseling if any required given to
ensure a healthy pregnancy and baby. Folic acid is advised to be taken from
at-least 2 months prior to pregnancy .If not immune to rubella,
vaccination advised.

+91 9845463120

https://[email protected]/contact/

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