Gynecology. Prevention and Diagnosis of Diseases

Gynecology. Prevention and Diagnosis of Diseases

Gynecology is a major branch of medicine that focuses on the diagnosis, prevention, and development of treatment methods for diseases of the female reproductive system.

In Switzerland, gynecology offers the most advanced treatment methods, along with the comfort of a five-star hotel.

Specialists in the network of Swiss private clinics possess all the necessary knowledge in the fields of gynecology and urogynecology, addressing breast issues and gynecological oncology.

Women with various gynecological diseases are examined, diagnosed, and treated in Swiss clinics. 

Patients most commonly seek medical attention for the following women's health issues:

  • Adnexitis

  • Infertility

  • Ectopic pregnancy

  • Abnormal uterine bleeding

  • Hyperplastic processes in the endometrium

  • Cervical erosion

  • Pathologies such as polyps, warts, cysts, and dysplasias

  • Tumors

The comfortable conditions in these clinics differ significantly from what we are accustomed to. Here, procedures are seamlessly integrated with relaxation and cosmetic treatments, complemented by high-quality nutrition and other services. 

Swiss clinics are equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, allowing for a wide range of examinations, including gynecological ultrasound. Most surgeries are performed using minimally invasive laparoscopic techniques.

Medical practice

  • Observation and treatment of pregnant women with various obstetric conditions (pregnancy toxemia, placental insufficiency, endocrine disorders, vascular insufficiency, pelvic anatomical features, infertility history)

  • Treatment of pregnant women with placental insufficiency

  • Natural childbirth and cesarean section in the presence of extragenital diseases (cardiovascular system, arterial hypertension, endocrine system pathology)

  • Late-term abortion for medical reasons

  • Treatment of fetal malformations

  • Monitoring pregnancy after in vitro fertilization and in such cases, delivery

  • Management of pregnant and postpartum women with viral and bacterial infections

  • Treatment of purulent-inflammatory complications in the postpartum period

Colposcopy. Diagnosis.

Colposcopy is a gynecological examination method involving targeted and detailed examination of the cervix under a microscope.

It is recommended as the primary method of examination, research, and diagnosis for all women over 30. Additionally, colposcopy is indicated for monitoring the cervix after treatment for screening women of all ages at risk for oncology.

This method allows for precise diagnosis of various pathologies, including:

  • Inflammation of the cervix caused by pathogenic bacteria

  • Endometriosis – pathological overgrowth of the endometrium

  • Cervical dysplasia

  • Cervical polyps

  • Condylomas and papillomas

  • Cervical erosion – ulcerative defect of the mucous membrane

Women's gynecological diseases are easier to prevent than to treat in the long term. Remember that every woman should visit a gynecologist for preventive purposes at least once every six months, and more frequently if necessary.

When you turn to us, you can expect:

  1. Assistance with accurate diagnosis

  2. Support in creating all necessary documents

  3. Assistance in organization.