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The Chandrawal Hospital (Obstetrics/Gynecology)

is dedicated to women’s health at each stage of life. Our Doctor is highly skilled in obstetric and gynecologic issues and is passionate about helping women achieve their goals for personal health, and family.
Whatever your age, whatever your needs, we are devoted to the care of women and encourage you to take steps to take care of yourself. How can we help you?


There Is No Need to Fear – This Perfectly Harmless Procedure! It doesn’t matter whether you’re considered middle-aged, young, or old, or whether you’re sexually active or not, a gynecological examination is absolutely essential for a woman’s health, and must not be ignored or avoided under any circumstances. They’re standard practice for women aged 21 and above, and consist of examinations of the pelvis, the breasts, and tests for STI’s (sexually transmitted infections). Whether you require a PAP smear or not, experts still recommend undergoing an annual well women exam. Here’s a brief, yet in depth look at what you should know about GYN exams.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why Are Routine Gynecological Exams Important?

Undergoing regular gynecological examinations offers numerous benefits, as they can help women of all ages to prevent illnesses and diseases by early detection of various forms of cancer.


Typically, gynecological examinations can detect cervical, breast, and uterine cancers at the earliest possible stages, which in turn makes them far more treatable, because the earlier a cancer is detected, the greater the chances of recovery will be. STD’s and other diseases and infections can also be detected before they spread, to prevent infertility or further health complications.


Furthermore, they offer peace of mind when you receive the all clear from your doctor, and you know that you’re fit and healthy.

Regular visits to your physician will provide you with the best possible health care, and help lay the foundation for improved health later in life as well. Typically, experts recommend the following healthcare for all females:

• Very first examination ( between the ages of 13 and 15)
• Breast examinations ( annually, beginning around the age of 19)
• Mammograms (annually, beginning around the age of 19)
• PAP tests (annually, beginning around the age of 21)
• Pelvic examinations (annually, beginning around the age of 21)
For women aged 30 or above, who have had regular results from PAP tests, should undergo further PAP tests every 2 years, whilst still undergoing regular OB/GYN examinations every 12 months. How ever, for women at a higher risk of certain illnesses and diseases, such as women with a history of breast cancer in their families the frequency of the exams should be increased.

A pap smear is a simple, quick and effective way to check for cervical cell changes before they develop into cancer. All women aged 25 years and above who have had sex and /or are sexually active are at risk of developing cervical cancer, and should go for regular pap smear tests.
If the first pap smear is normal, subsequent pap smears can be done once every three years.
How should I prepare for the pap smear?
• Schedule your appointment 2 weeks after the start of your menstrual period. You may call us on the first day of your period to make an appointment.
• Avoid sexual intercourse 48 hours before the test.
• Do not use spermicides, vaginal creams, lubricant jellies, vaginal medications and/or tampons 48 hours before the test.
• Wear a two-piece outfit as you will need to undress from the waist down.
• Please reschedule your appointment by calling us at “094607 85199” if you experience any bleeding/spotting prior to the test date.
• Your results will be mailed to you within 4 weeks of your test date

-Counselling and curative services are provided on fixed days to the adolescents in the age group of 10-19 years. Services provided are important to ensure there development into healthy adulth as they are susceptible to several preventable and treatable health problems, like early & unintended pregnancy, unsafe sex leading to STI/HIV/AIDS, nutritional desorders like mainutrition, anemia & overweight, alcohol, tobacco and drug, mental health concerns, injuries & violence.

Menopause is caused by a change in the balance of the body’s sex hormones. In the lead up to the menopause oestrogen levels decrease, causing the ovaries to stop producing an egg each month. Oestrogen is the female sex hormone that regulates a woman’s periods. The fall in oestrogen also causes both physical and emotional symptoms including hot flushes, night sweats, mood swings, and vaginal dryness.
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If you are experiencing severe symptoms that are interfering with your day to day life, we recommend contacting us for a consultation with one of our experts. You can call us on “094607 85199” or email us at “”

If you have ongoing sexual difficulties that distress you, make an appointment with your doctor. You may feel embarrassed to talk about sex with your doctor, but this topic is perfectly appropriate. A satisfying sex life is important to a woman’s well-being at every age
You might have a treatable, underlying condition, or you might benefit from lifestyle changes, therapy or a combination of treatments. Your doctor at Varenya Clinic will either diagnose and treat the problem or refer you to a specialist.

Antenatal Care:
Routine antenatal follow up includes:
Pregnancy related consultation, urine test, weight and blood pressure check, assessment of foetal heart rate using Doptone (after 12 weeks of gestation)
The frequency of visits to the clinic may vary depending on the condition of your pregnancy.
*Patients receiving antenatal care at polyclinics will have routine antenatal blood tests.
You will be referred to the hospital for antenatal screening test or any diagnostic tests that are not available in the polyclinic.
Postnatal Care:
Postnatal care for mothers into their sixth week of post-delivery is available in our polyclinics. We provide advice on episiotomy and/or Caesarean wound care, breast-feeding, contraception and Pap smear. If you have any other health concerns beyond the sixth week, please consult our doctor.
Contraception (Family Planning):
The contraceptive (family planning) methods available in our polyclinics include:
1. Oral Contraceptive Pills
2. Contraceptive Injections
3. Intra-uterine devices (IUD)

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