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Gynaecological cancers

A group of cancers affecting the female reproductive tract are gynaecological cancers
Why us for treatment of gynaecological cancer?
Why us for treatment of gynaecological cancer?
Team of internationally accredited gynaecologists
Experience of over 5000 surgeries
Latest minimally invasive procedures
Multidisciplinary team-based approach
State-of-the-art modular theatres

Our team of gynaecologists work in close collaboration with our oncologists to offer you effective treatment for most types of gynaecological cancers. We offer a full range of treatment alternatives as well as rehabilitation and support services for cancer patients. Our state-of-the-art daycare chemo centre is fully furnished to provide chemotherapy to those in need. Our gynaecological and oncological surgeons have vast experience and expertise in the surgical removal of tumours for the best prognosis and outcomes.

Our gynaecology specialists
Our gynaecology specialists

Symptoms of gynaecological cancer

  • Abnormal vaginal discharge
  • Abnormal vaginal bleeding
  • Difficulty in eating food
  • Feeling too full quickly
  • Pain and pressure in the pelvis
  • Increased urge to urinate
  • Pain in the back and abdomen
  • Bloating
  • Skin changes on the vulva
Types of gynaecological cancer

Cervical cancer – affecting the cervix 
Ovarian cancer – affecting one or both of the ovaries
Uterine cancer – affecting the uterus 
Vaginal cancer – affecting the vagina 
Vulval cancer –  affecting the vulva (outer part of the female genitalia)  

Preventive measures

Almost all gynaecological cancers can be prevented and treated effectively if they are detected in the early stages. It is thus, important to routinely get screened for cancer and take other preventive steps to ensure you are at a decreased risk. The HPV vaccine can help in the prevention of cervical, vaginal and vulval cancer. 

Treatment of gynaecological cancers

  • Surgical removal of the tumour 
  • Chemotherapy 
  • Radiation therapy 
  • Targeted therapy 
  • Hormone therapy 
  • Immunotherapy 

Patient testimonials
Patient testimonials

FAQs
FAQs

Uterine cancer is the most common gynaecological cancer.

Common symptoms include bloating, nausea, pain and pressure in the pelvic area, abnormal vaginal discharge and bleeding.

You can prevent gynaecological cancer by routinely getting screened, taking the HPV vaccine and living a healthy life.