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The Intrauterine Device (IUD) is a highly effective form of birth control that offers long-term protection against pregnancy with minimal maintenance. This small, T-shaped device is inserted into the uterus by our OB-Gynecologist and can remain in place for several years.


The conventional Papanicolaou (Pap) Smear is a quick and painless screening procedure used to detect abnormalities in cervical cells. During the test, cells from the surface of the cervix are gently collected using a small brush or spatula. These cells are then examined under a microscope to identify any changes that could indicate the presence of cervical cancer or precancerous conditions.


This is an advanced screening method used to detect abnormalities in cervical cells. During the test, cells are collected from the cervix using a specially-designed brush or spatula, which are then rinsed and preserved in a liquid solution. This method improves the quality of the sample and reduces the presence of interfering factors like blood or mucus, leading to more accurate results. The liquid-based pap test offers enhanced sensitivity and reliability compared to conventional Pap smears, making it a valuable tool in the early detection and prevention of cervical cancer.


It is a highly effective, long-lasting contraceptive option for women seeking reliable birth control. It consists of a small, flexible rod made of ethinyl vinyl acetate copolymer, that is inserted under the skin of the upper arm. The implant releases a steady, 60-mcg dose of etonogestrel daily, which thickens cervical mucus, inhibits ovulation, and thins the uterine lining, preventing pregnancy. This method offers up to three years of continuous contraception without the need for daily pills or regular visits for injections. The Etonogestrel Implant is reversible, and fertility typically returns quickly after removal. It provides women with a convenient and discreet contraceptive option, empowering them to take control of their reproductive health and family planning decisions.


A diagnostic procedure used to collect a small sample of tissue from the lining of the uterus, known as the endometrium. It is typically performed to investigate abnormal uterine bleeding, assess the cause of infertility, or evaluate the presence of abnormal cells or conditions such as endometrial hyperplasia or cancer. During the procedure, a thin, flexible tube is inserted into the uterus through the cervix to obtain a tissue sample. The sample is then examined under a microscope to detect any abnormalities. An Endometrial Biopsy is a relatively quick and minimally invasive procedure that can provide valuable information about a woman's reproductive health and guide further treatment decisions.

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