The General Surgery division at Motherhood is well equipped with highly trained and experienced doctors as well as nurses. Our team of doctors is committed to providing the best treatment for you, whatever your concerns might be. Our team is well experienced in performing surgical operations like:
Do you have a bulge in the abdomen or groin? If yes then you’re not alone. There are about 2 million people in India that develop hernias every year. Yes, it is as common as that! Hernias are harmless and painless mostly, but sometimes it can bring about utter discomfort and pain. Fortunately, hernias are easier to treat than you think. In this article, we can help you get an idea of what a hernia is, what its common causes are, and what its treatment involves.
The constant throbbing bump in your bottom can put a damper on your everyday life. It will cause a string of agony in doing little things like sitting, standing, and even pooping. But do you know what causes this discomfort? Well, it’s nothing but haemorrhoids, also known as piles.
Are you embarrassed by the unsightly veins running down your limbs? Are the veins that look like spider webs a literal pain in your legs? Have you been wondering what they are? Well, they are called varicose veins. They are the enlarged, protruding veins which can sometimes be lumpy or twisted.
Breast cancer awareness has been on the rise because, after lung cancer, breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death among women. A surgical procedure that has been gaining light over the years – the mastectomy – is the removal of one or both breasts for treating, preventing, or preventing the recurrence of breast cancer.
DIABETIC FOOT MANAGEMENT
Foot disease affects about 6% of people with diabetes and includes ulcer, infection, or rupture of the fingers. It can affect social participation and livelihood and impair the quality of life of a patient.
Appendicitis can strike anyone (between the ages of 10 and 30 years), anytime and anywhere without much warning and leave you in excruciating pain. It is a condition characterized by the swelling of the appendix which is often spotted too late because the symptoms are not so vivid at the initial stages.
It is important to examine your breast regularly, and it is the easiest way to find breast cancer early. The best time to do a breast self-exam is a few days after your monthly menstrual cycle ends. Women who have stopped menstruating should do their BSE on the same day every month. Women using oral contraceptives should do their BSE each month on the day they begin a new package of pills.