polyps

Post Menopausal Bleeding – Know Its 5 Causes!

By Dr. Ramandeep Kaur,Gynaecology Menstruation is a natural process in women that begins in puberty and continues for a substantial period of time. This process ensures not only the health of a woman but also indicates the time till which she can conceive. Generally after 45 and 55 years of age,…

How To Treat Post-Menopausal Bleeding?

By Motherhood, Gynaecology Menstruation is a natural process in women that begins in puberty and continues for a substantial period of time. This process ensures not only the health of a woman but also indicates the time till which she can conceive. Generally after 45 and 55 years of age,…

Gallbladder Disorders – Know The Most Common Ones!

By Dr Sudeepta Kumar , Gastroenterology Gall bladder is a small organ which is located just below the liver, helping in the storage of the bile created by the liver, which is subsequently passed to the small intestine. The gall bladder disorders mainly occur when this passage to the small…

Menopausal Bleeding – 5 Ways It Can Be Treated!

By Dr. Tripti Raheja, Gynaecology Menstruation is a natural process in women that begins in puberty and continues for a substantial period of time. This process ensures not only the health of a woman but also indicates the time till which she can conceive. Generally after 45 and 55 years of…

Vocal Polyps and Nodules Treatment & Management

By Dr. Parth Amin,  Ear-Nose-Throat (ENT) Vocal nodules are noncancerous growths which occur on the vocal cords and it is most commonly caused by vocal abuse. Polyps appear as a blister-like lesion, stalk-like growth, bump or swelling on at least one but sometimes even both the vocal cords. Polyps also tend…

Tips To Treat Endometrial Polyps!

By Dr. (Mrs.) Pulkit Nandwani, Gynaecology Endometrial polyps is a common abnormality of the uterine lining and found in many women. These are small growths, which are found attached to the inner uterine wall. Such polyps occur due to the excessive growth of the endometrial lining. In some cases, the polyps…