Gynecologist for Abortion Diagnosis & Treatment

Recurrent miscarriage, also called recurrent pregnancy loss or habitual abortion, occurs when a woman has two or more consecutive clinical pregnancy losses. The causes of such recurrent pregnancy losses can be uterine problem, certain medical conditions and genetic error too. Our 3D Ultrasound on high end GE Voluson P8 sono machine can show if a woman has a problem with the shape of her uterus.

The medication associated with this recurrent miscarriages can be diagnosed with blood tests to detect problems with the immune system, such as APS. After thorough diagnosis of the problem, the treatment to the patient is offered accordingly.

Three-dimensional surface ultrasound images showing different types of uterine malformation:

(a) normal uterus; (b) unicornuate uterus; (c) didelphic uterus ; (d) complete bicornuate uterus ; (e) partial bicornuate uterus ; (f) septate uterus with two cervices ; (g) partial septate/subseptate uterus; (h) arcuate uterus; and (i) uterus with diethylstilbestrol (DES) drug-related malformations.

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MTP, Medical termination of pregnancy or abortion is the use of abortion pills for terminating a pregnancy. MTP is possible in the first 9 weeks of pregnancy, and post that surgical termination takes over is done for aborting the pregnancy, MTP is one of the safest methods of terminating an unwanted pregnancy. Dr Bhumika Kotech Mundhe is the Best Gynecologist for Abortion Services in Girgaon, Charni Road.

There are quite a few ways depending on the type of pills given to terminate the pregnancy. These pills are given several days before the actual abortion. MTP, Medical termination of pregnancy is safest and best in the first 7 weeks that is within 49 days of pregnancy. The doctor administers a pill orally or via injection on the first day. This blocks the female hormone progesterone and decreases the lining of the uterus which results in preventing the embryo from attaching and growing in the womb. To avoid any infection, antibiotics are given to the patient on the same day.

After 3-7 days, another tablet is inserted vaginally to trigger and facilitate the contractions of the uterus and push out the growing foetus. This is where the actual abortion happens, which takes about 4-7 days. After the bleeding stops mostly a week the healthcare specialist asks the patient to come for a physical examination to ensure that the abortion procedure is complete and to see if there are any complications associated with it.

Contact Dr Bhumika Kotecha Mundhe, Best Gynecologist for Abortion Services in Girgaon, Charni Road.