Women’s Health

Test Tube Baby: Know Why and How It Is Done

The term “test tube baby” was first used in 1978 with the successful birth of Louise Joy Brown in England, thanks to the development of the Assisted Reproduction Technique (ART) known as In-Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) by pioneering scientist Sir Robert Edwards and gynaecologist Dr. Patrick Steptoe […]

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What Is Postnatal Depression?

It is estimated that around two-thirds of women will experience “Postnatal Blues” during the first week after delivering their child […]

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Managing The Hot Flushes Of Menopause

Hot flushes develop as a result of the hormonal fluctuations and changes that occur in a woman’s body […]

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Colon Cancer Treatment: Diagnosis, Treatment, And Prognosis

It is only natural for individuals who are diagnosed with colon cancer to harbour fear and anxiety about the disease. Given the disease’s high incidence in […]

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(VIDEO) Maintaining Sexual Health As You Age

Did you know that sexual health is an important part of an individual’s overall health? In this informative video, our clinical sexologist Professor Ganesan P Adaikan shares […]

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(VIDEO) Dr (Mrs) Annapoorna Venkat on Post-Natal Depression

In this recent television media interview, our Medical Director Dr (Mrs) Annapoorna Venkat shares more Post-Natal Depression and how to manage it. The interview is in Tamil. […]

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(VIDEO) The Long-Term Benefits Of Post-Delivery Vaginal Reconditioning

Many women suffer in silence, especially after giving birth to their child. As they dedicate themselves to taking care of the needs of their baby and […]

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What Are Uterine Fibroids?

Uterine leiomyomas, or simply Uterine Fibroids, are the most common benign tumours found in a woman’s uterus, usually occurring during her childbearing years. Although they originate […]

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Urinary Incontinence in Women: A Guide To Causes & Treatments

Urinary incontinence refers to the involuntary leakage of urine. Though not considered a serious disease, it is known to cause the sufferer undue physical discomfort and mental distress.

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