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Date :2017-07-12 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

Pregnancy Care for Patients with Kidney Diseases at Srishti

Pregnancy is one of the happiest periods in a woman's life. It is also the time when she requires the greatest care. So nothing more needs to be said if she is suffering from some renal (kidney) conditions. High-risk pregnancy due to conditions such as kidney diseases can be highly stressful for a family. It need not be anymore… Srishti Assisted Fertility and Advanced Laparoscopy (SAFAL) provide the best treatment and care in cases of high-risk pregnancy. Pregnancy care for patients with kidney diseases requires a treatment plan to ensure a safe pregnancy and birth of...

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Date :2016-10-24 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

Laparoscopic Gynaecological Surgery

Over the last few years, Gynaecologic Laparoscopy, a field in medicine has advanced very rapidly. This procedure is not only used for diagnosis and tubal ligation, but also a major surgical operation to treat gynaecological disorders. Laparoscopy has become one of the best surgical procedures are handled by gynaecologists. Laparoscopy is is a minimal invasive technique for performing surgery. In the early days, this technique was commonly used only for gynecologic surgery and for gall bladder surgery. over the last five years the use of this minimal invasive surgical procedure has expanded into every...

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Date :2016-10-24 Writen By :Srishti Hospital

What Causes Female Infertility

"Infertility" is not a diseases. This word only indicates that the couple could not have children even after regular sexual intercourse. Female infertility, the inability of a woman who is ready to conceive at a reproductive age . Infertility is divided into two primary and secondary. Primary,  Pregnancy does not occur even once in her life. Secondary, Possibility of pregnancy was initially high, but eventually fades. What Causes Female Infertility In total there are 16 causes of female infertility. All of them can be divided into the following groups: Psychogenic factors (3-28%); Violation of ovulation (endocrine infertility) (35-40%); Tuboperitoneal factor (20-30%); Various gynecological diseases...

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