General Gynaecology

General Gynaecology

If you are looking for general gynaecology in Mumbai, consult Dr. Rohini Khera Bhatt providing high standards of clinical care and incorporating latest medical and surgical options. If you are suffering from heavy bleeding, painful menstruation, pelvic pain, fibroids, don’t wait- consult at the earliest. Throughout her career, Dr. Rohini Khera Bhatt has provided exceptional treatment to patients with:


PCOS is a multidisciplinary condition that affects a woman's hormonal balance. It can be treated with medications that affect the levels of insulin and the hormones responsible for pregnancy and ovulation. A woman may also need to take hormonal birth control pills. Her treatment may also include diet and exercise modifications. Ultimately, treatment for PCOS should aim to alleviate her symptoms and return her to a healthy weight.

The symptoms of PCOS include irregular menstrual cycles, acne, and weight gain. In rare cases, women with PCOS may never develop any symptoms. However, symptoms usually appear after a woman has gained a significant amount of weight. Besides that, the condition can lead to various metabolic syndromes, including high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease.


Endometriosis is a common condition affecting the reproductive organs. It causes pain and impairs fertility. Treatment may include medication or surgery. Medication is the first line of treatment, and may include hormone suppressants to regulate ovulation and make menstrual periods lighter. Surgery may be needed if the disease is more advanced. Other treatments may include pelvic floor physical therapy and nutritional support.

In some cases, hysterectomy is used to cure the symptoms and signs of endometriosis. A hysterectomy can be an effective treatment, but the procedure may have long-term consequences. Women over the age of 35 should discuss their concerns with their healthcare provider before they undergo this procedure. Obtaining a second opinion may also be necessary.


During a routine general gynaecology exam, your doctor may find fibroids. During the exam, your doctor will feel a firm, irregular lump in your pelvic area. Your health care provider may order a pelvic ultrasound to confirm the diagnosis. Ultrasounds use sound waves to get a picture of your uterus and can map fibroids. An ultrasound technician will move an ultrasound probe over your abdomen and inside your vagina to make a clear picture of the condition.

Fibroids can cause a variety of symptoms. Symptoms may include increased bleeding during your menstrual cycle, pain during urination, or abdominal fullness. Large fibroids can also press on organs adjacent to the uterus, such as the bladder and bowel. This can lead to urinary incontinence and even constipation. In addition to causing unpleasant symptoms, fibroids can result in severe bleeding and may require blood transfusions.


Adenomyosis is a symptom-rich disorder of the endometrium. It can be categorized by its sonographic features, which include the presence of heterogeneous, poorly circumscribed areas in the myometrium and asymmetric thickening of the anterior and posterior walls. The condition has been found in both pre and post-menopausal women.

This condition affects about 20 to 65 percent of women. Symptoms of adenomyosis are similar to those of endometriosis, including extreme period pain and abnormal bleeding. It can also lead to uterine hypertrophy, in which the uterus becomes larger than normal. In some cases, the uterus can expand up to three times its normal size.

Pelvic Inflammatory Diseases

Pelvic inflammatory disease is a common condition that can result in pelvic pain or infertility. It is caused by bacteria that migrate up from the cervix or vagina. If left untreated, this condition can lead to permanent damage to the reproductive organs. A thorough examination and consultation with a doctor are necessary for diagnosis and treatment.

Treatment for pelvic inflammatory disease typically starts with antibiotics. These medications are prescribed after a thorough examination of the pelvic organs and should be taken for at least two weeks. If they fail to eliminate the infection, patients may be admitted to the hospital for further treatment. In severe cases, intravenous antibiotics are administered. Surgery may also be necessary to remove the infection.

Dr. Rohini Khera Bhatt (Consultant Gynecologist & Laparoscopic & Infertility Specialist) MBBS (KGMC-King George Medical University, Lucknow), MS (Gold Medalist), DNB, MRCOG (United Kingdom)