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About Dranjanas Women
Established at Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, India, “Dranjanas Women & Wombs Care Clinique, Ghaziabad,” is one of the leading clinics offering complete Gynecological care facilities to the patients. The entire operations are handled under the watchful guidance of Dr. Anjana Singh, who has extensive experience of successfully understanding as well as meet the specific solution demands of the patients.
The solutions delivered by her include Laparoscopy, Hysteroscopy Treatment for Intracavitatory Fibroids, Transvaginal Usg, Endometrial Study, Pcos Care, Ovarian Cyst Treatment, LIT Therapy for Recurrent Abortions and Semen Analysis. Other than this, other services offered by her include Ectopic Pregnancy, Cervical Biospy, Colposcopy, Cryotherapy, Pap's Smear, Fibroid Treatment, Follicle Monitoring and Colposcopy Services.
Backed with MBBS degree from Govt. Medical College, Amritsar and post graduation from DNB, NBE Delhi, she is successfully utilizing the gained experience in field of Gynecology in delivering compatible solutions. Her experience also includes working in various reputed hospitals in Delhi like Safdarjung Hospital, St. Stephen's Hospital, Guru Tegh Bahadur Hosp Amritsar, Max Hospital, Noida; Jeewan Hospital, Sant Parmanand Hospital, Delhi; Pushpanjali Crosslay Hospital, Vaishali; Shanti Gopal Hospital, Indirapuram and Max hospital, Noida.
Various fertility medicines are used to treat women with ovulation problems. Other than this, doctors also use surgery to treat causes of infertility as well as conduct corrective surgery of problems related to woman's ovaries, fallopian tubes or uterus.
Intrauterine insemination (IUI):
It is another type of treatment for infertility and is also known as artificial insemination. Under this procedure, woman is injected with specially prepared sperm.
IUI is used to treat:
- Mild male factor infertility
- Women having problems with cervical mucus
- Couples with unexplained infertility reasons
Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART):
It is a term describing several different methods that are used to help infertile couples. The process involves removing eggs from woman's body, mixing them with sperm in laboratory and putting embryos back into woman's body. Success rates vary & depend on factors like:
- Age of partners
- Reasons for infertility
- Type of ART
- Egg is fresh or frozen
- Embryo is fresh or frozen
Common methods of ART include:
- In vitro fertilization (IVF): Fertilization done outside of the body
- Zygote intrafallopian transfer (ZIFT) or Tubal Embryo Transfer: Fertilization occurs in the laboratory
- Gamete intrafallopian transfer (GIFT): It involves transferring eggs & sperm into woman's fallopian tube
- Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI): Used for couples facing serious problems with sperms
Backed with rich field experience in Gynecological care area, Dr. Anjana Singh holds expertise in offering solutions including Follicle Monitoring with TVS USG along with USG Facilities, Infertility Counseling and Treatment, Intrauterine Insemination along with Donor Insemination and Recurrent Abortion clinic along with LIT therapy for multiple Abortions and High Risk Pregnancy with Painless Deliveries. Other than this, she also runs services for Adolescent health clinic & Menopausal Clinic with screening facility for Gynecological Cancers along with Vaccine for Cervical Cancer.
With facility of complete Family planning procedures including Multi-load Insertion as well as support equipment facilities, she also holds expertise in offering Laparoscopic surgeries for ovarian cysts, fibroids and others along with laparoscopic removal of uterus.
Services Offered –
Hysteroscopy Treatment for Intracavitatory Fibroids
|Transvaginal Usg||Endometrial Study|
|Pcos Care||Ovarian Cyst Treatment|
|LIT Therapy for Recurrent Abortions||Semen Analysis|
|Ectopic Pregnancy||Cervical Biospy|
|Pap's Smear||Fibroid Treatment|
|Follicle Monitoring||Colposcopy Service|
Miscarriages, Infertility & IUI
Miscarriage Myths –
Miscarriages are not caused by:
- Having sex
- Eating the “wrong food”
- Morning sickness
- Using birth control pills before or after getting pregnant
- A fall or fright
- Having a previous abortion
Services Offered –
With so many people having experienced the trauma of recurrent pregnancy loss, there have been little coordinated efforts to investigate as well as treat those affected. This is the sole reason of developing this unique miscarriage management program. Here Dr. Anjana Singh offers new technologies in diagnosis and treatment so as to provide the patients the best possible chance.
Other than this, she also provides personalized treatment plans that are tailored according to individual needs. This includes providing extensive counseling that is provided BEFORE, DURING & AFTER TREATMENT. It helps in providing much required support as well as intervention during periods of stress thus allowing patients to privately explore & discuss their thoughts and feelings.
In the field of Miscarriages, Infertility & IUI, she holds extensive experience in conducting successful investigations for repeated miscarriages that can have various causes. Here, she provides facility of conducting investigation through use of latest techniques for both partners that may include:
- Genetic tests
- Immunological tests
- Endocrinological tests
- Anatomical tests
- Haematological & Biochemical tests
- Infection tests
The situation is defined where couple cannot get pregnant after at least one year of trying. Further, women who are able to achieve pregnancy but then have repeated miscarriages are also said to be infertile.
Pregnancy is a resultant of following chain of events:
- Woman release an egg from one of her ovaries (ovulation)
- Egg go through fallopian tube toward uterus (womb)
- Man's sperm fertilize egg along the way
- Fertilized egg attaches to inside of the uterus (implantation)
The situation of infertility can result from any of the problems that interfere with these steps.
Infertility ? A Common Problem
As per National Center for Health Statistics of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention -USA, around 12 percent of women aged 15-44 face difficulty in getting pregnant or carrying baby to the complete duration of the term. But it is not always a woman's problem. The reasons of infertility include:
- In one-third of cases, infertility is due to the woman (Female factors)
- For other one third of cases, infertility is due to man (Male factors)
- For remaining cases the cause is a mix of male & female factors or by unknown factors
Causes of Infertility In Men
Infertility problem in men is often caused by:
- Problem related to making of sperms (Production of too few sperms or none at all)
- Problem with sperm's inability to reach egg & fertilize it (Due to abnormal sperm shape or structure that prevents it from moving correctly)
At times man is born with problems that affect his sperm count. Other than this, problems also start later in life due to factors related to illness or injuries.
Causes Behind Man's Infertility
The number as well as quality of man's sperms can be affected by the overall health and lifestyle of the man. Factors that can reduce sperm number and/or quality include:
- Excessive use of alcohol
- Environmental toxins that include pesticides and lead
- Other health problems
- Taking excessive medicines
- Radiation treatment
- Age factor
Causes of Infertility In Women
Ovulation related problems account for most cases of infertility present in women. Some signs that show a woman is not ovulating normally include irregular/absent menstrual periods. Other than this, some causes of fertility problems in women include:
- Blocked fallopian tubes due to pelvic inflammatory disease
- Physical problems related to uterus
- Uterine fibroids
Causes That Increase Woman's Risk of Infertility
Factors that affect woman's ability to have babies include:
- Age factor
- Over stress
- Poor diet
- Excessive physical activities
- Overweight or underweight conditions
- Tobacco smoking
- Health related issues that cause hormonal changes
Age Factor In Women
Seeing today's hectic lifestyle, more and more women are waiting until their late 30s and 40s to have children. Due to this increase in gestation period, it leads to the causes of fertility problems.
With about one third of couples (Including women over 35) facing fertility problems, some of the issues that decrease woman's chances of having babies include decreasing ability of woman's ovaries to release eggs with age. This leads to:
- Fertility problems
- Increase in the chances of miscarriages
Warning Signs For Women Before Calling Doctors
Healthy women under age of 30 should not worry about infertility unless they've been trying to get pregnant for at least a year. Women in their 30s who've are trying to get pregnant for six months should speak to doctors as soon as possible. With woman's chances of having babies decreasing rapidly every year after age of 30, complete as well as timely fertility evaluation is especially important.
Women should seek the advice of doctors if they notice following issues:
- Irregular periods/no menstrual periods
- Painful periods
- Pelvic inflammatory disease
- More than one miscarriage
Doctors Way of Finding Fertility Problems in Women
Sometimes doctors can find causes of couple's infertility by doing complete fertility evaluation. This process begins with examination of physical, health and sexual histories. If the cause is not found, then tests are conducted for poorly timed intercourse/absence of ovulation.
Doctors can also check if woman is ovulating by conducting blood tests as well as ultrasound of ovaries. If ovulation is normal, they more tests are required.
Some common tests of fertility in women include:
Here doctors use x-rays to check for physical problems of uterus as well as fallopian tubes.
During this surgery doctors use tool called laparoscope to see inside abdomen and check the ovaries, fallopian tubes and uterus for diseases and other physical problems.
Process of Treating Infertility
Infertility can be treated with:
- Assisted reproductive technology like artificial insemination
Doctors also recommend specific treatments for infertility based on:
- Test results
- The time period couple have been trying to get pregnant
- Age of both man & woman
- Overall health of partners
Treatment of Infertility in Men
In cases of impotency in men or problems with premature ejaculation, doctors help patients in addressing through behavioral therapy and/or medicines.
Too few sperm count:
In cases where man is producing too few sperms, corrective surgery is done. In some cases, doctors can also surgically remove sperm from male reproductive tract as well as use antibiotics to clear up infections affecting sperm count.
Drawing knowledge & expertise, the clinic provides complete "Infertility solutions to infertile couples". The range of investigative services carried our at our end includes:
Blood work -
- Complete blood picture
- Biochemical test
- Hormone assays
- All other routine blood test
- Semen analysis
- Sperm function test
- Hystero salpingogram
- Post coital test
- Endometrial biopsy
Infertility Solutions we offer:
- Ovulation induction
- Super ovulation
- Tubal recanalization
- Adhesion removal
- Vasectomy reversal
- Fibroid removal
- For endometriosis
- Ultrasound guided cyst removal
- Fetal reduction
Sperm aspiration -