The office was founded with the idea that as many women as possible would experience a gynecologist as a friend of their health. We want to apply the rich knowledge and experience gained in our and foreign healthcare institutions to the best possible benefit for the benefit of our patients.
Ultrasound examination is an effective diagnostic method that can accurately and accurately determine the appearance and size of the pelvic organs, as well as changes that occur on them.
During pregnancy, ultrasound examination is indispensable in monitoring the physiological development of the baby and the timely detection of developmental and other abnormalities. Due to its non-invasiveness and harmlessness, it is applied almost without any restrictions, and as preparation for examination is not demanding, it can be performed at any time.
Ultrasound examination of the breast
Breast ultrasound is recommended as part of regular annual examinations and aims to detect early changes in the breast that can be compromised by health. The best time to do this checkup is in the first few days after your period.
These examinations can also be performed on young women, and are especially recommended for people who have malignancies in their families. Due to the pronounced hereditary factor in the onset of malignant breast diseases, it is advised to start these examinations as soon as possible. If necessary, tissue samples can be taken during the ultrasound examination from the observed changes, which are then sent for histopathological examination.
Pregnancy monitoring involves a series of clinical and ultrasound examinations, diagnostic procedures and laboratory tests that determine the condition of the baby and the expectant mother, from conception through to delivery. Determination of pregnancy should begin after the absence of menstruation of 7-10 days. Then the presence of Beta HCG hormone can be detected in blood and urine. At the same time, an ultrasound examination can be performed to determine whether the pregnancy has been formed with all its elements and whether it is located in the uterine cavity.
Depending on the course of pregnancy, ultrasound and gynecological examinations are performed repeatedly, usually at 4-6 weeks. Laboratory blood and urine tests are necessary for complete insight into maternal and infant health.
Contraception is a procedure or method that prevents unplanned pregnancy. The decision to choose a contraceptive is best made in consultation with a gynecologist who will take into account the needs, life habits and all health and other circumstances of the couple opting for contraception. Today, there are numerous contraceptives and methods that not only protect against pregnancy but also have a beneficial effect on a woman's health. According to the mode of action we can classify them into several groups:
hormonal contraceptive pills
intrauterine inserts (spiral)
barrier contraceptives (condoms, diaphragm)
topical contraceptives (spermicide foam)
surgical methods (male vasectomy, fallopian tubes)
By choosing contraception, the couple shows maturity and responsibility in family planning and thus provides themselves with an additional quality of daily life.
Microbiological findings are of paramount importance in accurately diagnosing sexually transmitted diseases and optimally selecting therapy for infectious diseases in the pelvis.
It is important to know that a large number of infectious agents give the same or very similar symptomatology, so choosing therapy is difficult without determining the cause of the infection. Their value is particularly emphasized in the case of pathogens that do not cause clinically apparent changes and symptoms, such as Chlamidia trachomatis, Mycoplasma hominis and Ureaplasma urealyticum. Then the microbiological swab that detects their presence is the only diagnostic finding that directs us to the treatment method.
Proper choice of antibiogram-based therapy with microbial swabs reduces the chance of recurrence of infections and shortens treatment time.
The Papanicolaou test is a simple method of sampling cells from the surface of the cervix (cervix) and from the cervical canal during a gynecological examination with a swab or brush.
After smearing on the plate and staining the preparations using the Papanikolau method, the properties of the cells on the plate are analyzed by microscope observation. Thus, changes in the size, shape, structure of cells, as well as the degree of progression of possible changes can be observed.
Regular administration of this diagnostic test greatly reduces the incidence of influenza cancers. The application of this test is advised to all women once a year, and more often if necessary during treatment.
The Papanicolaou test is a simple method of sampling cells from the surface of the cervix (cervix) and from the cervical canal during a gynecological examination with a swab or brush. After smearing on the plate and staining the preparations using the Papanikolau method, the properties of the cells on the plate are analyzed by microscope observation. Thus, changes in the size, shape, structure of cells, as well as the degree of progression of possible changes can be observed. Regular administration of this diagnostic test greatly reduces the incidence of influenza cancers. The application of this test is advised to all women once a year, and more often if necessary during treatment.