Psychiatry

Psychiatry

In its on-going attempts to define, understand, and categorize disorders, and determine the best treatments, the medical specialty of psychiatry is always up against the protean complexity of the human brain.Both biological factors and environmental factors contribute to symptoms of distress, and the role each plays varies from person to person. Both psychotherapy and drugs are effective for most psychiatric disorders, and often a combination of the two works best.
Psychiatry offers you hope. It works towards the realization of your potential and dreams. It makes what is probable possible. It is not about some vague unconscious desires or madness. It can help you to cope with everyday life.

The department treats people with mental health problems. Some of the problems treated here are:

  • Depression (being very sad so people cannot work, are tearful, do not eat properly etc.)
  • Schizophrenia (often seeing or hearing things that are not real and behaving very strangely)
  • Manic-depression (go from very-very happy to very-very sad)
  • Obsessive-compulsive behaviour (doing things again and again even though they do not need doing eg cleaning hands 20 times even when they are clean)
  • Phobias – being very afraid of things when they are not dangerous
  • Addiction problems are treated e.g. alcohol and drug addiction – including detoxification
  • Emotional problems
  • Marital problems

Departmental services include:

  • Ambulatory psychiatric services for adults and children.
  • Care for children and adolescents with mental illness.
  • Assessment and treatment of older adults with mental illness.
  • Inpatient psychiatric services for patients of all ages.
  • Comprehensive care for patients with all forms of depression.

Highly Experienced Team:

Services offered in Gynaecology are:

  • General Gynaecology – Menstrual Problems, Fibroids, Endometriosis, Pelvic pain etc.,
  • Infertility evaluation and treatment
  • Cancer Screening and Colposcopy
  • Endoscopic Surgeries
  • Menopause Health Issues
  • Uro-Gynaecological Problems
  • Preventive Medicine in Obstetrics & Gynaec & adolescence with vaccination advise

Post Pregnancy Body Changes

Ever had a ‘phantom kick’ when you’re not pregnant any more, or did you find your bath full of hair after giving birth? Parent dish asked mums how their bodies changed after birth, and found there’s all sorts of post-pregnancy body weirdness nobody tells you about.

Phantom kicks

No one ever talks about these, but many mothers recognise them. They’re little flutters and kicks in the womb, just like you have mid-pregnancy. The only thing is, you’re definitely not pregnant any more – so why do you still feel like there’s a baby kicking away occasionally?

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DR. DOCTOR

Laparoscopic Surgeon

DR. DOCTOR

Laparoscopic Surgeon