Best Gynaecology Hospital in Saharanpur

Adolescent / Teenage Problems

Adolescence represents the transition between childhood and adulthood in terms of psychology, neurodevelopment, interpersonal relationships and behaviour. The teenage years are a very special phase. Young girls are curious to understand their changing bodies. They have many questions and are seeking answers. These answers go a long way in building their confidence and a positive attitude towards the physical change that they will experience. Dr. Anushree Pande at Pande Multispeciality Hospital, Saharanpur is an experienced doctor for guiding you to handle these teenage related problems efficiently.

If you have any questions about your teenager, please give us a call and book appointment with Dr. Anushree Pande at Pande Multispeciality Hospital, Saharanpur and we would be happy to have a consultation about your child counseling services.

Adolescent / Teenage Problems

Dr Anushree Pande has a keen interest in adolescent health. We at Pande Hospital believe in informative counselling sessions for all young girls in an open-friendly atmosphere. Here we discuss about:
• Normal body anatomy and changes happening in our body.
• Menstrual hygiene-there are so many myths going on about use of pads/tampons/menstrual cups.There are multiple questions running in a young mind about things related to menstruation .We would be glad to discuss about menstrual hygiene and myths around menstruation.
• Healthy habits regarding diet & exercise. Puberty & menarche are important milestones in a girl’s life. It is now the time to prepare her for womanhood. Sex education is an important subject and needs to be taken care of by experts. Professional expertise is valuable in addition to the role of parents, teachers & peer educators.

Social media doesn’t give the right information regarding these things and its essential that we deal with simple questions like who gets pregnant, how to prevent pregnancy, what are sexually transmitted infections, and talk about safe sex.

Teenage Problems:
• Pain during Periods - this is the commonest reason for approaching a gynaecologist and is distressing for the young girl to tolerate. It may be severe enough to affect daily routine. It is easily treated with simple analgesics, exercises & hot fomentation.
• Acne, Hirsutism, Irregular Periods.
• Vaginal Discharge or Itching - are some of the common problems for which a teenager may seek medical help.
• Heavy Prolonged Periods are common during the first few years after menarche.But it should not be taken lightly as the girl may become anaemic and would require medication.


Dr. Anushree Pande at Pande Multispeciality Hospital, Saharanpur an expert in the treatment of PCOD or PCOS. PCOS is one of the commonest issues seen in adolescent girls in the urban scenario today. It is a hereditary disorder which is precipitated by lifestyle.It is now seen in 1 out of 10 women in the metro cities and probably in three-four out of 10 teenage girls today.Complete treatment of PCOD or PCOS is done at Pande Multispecialty Hospital by Dr. Anushree Pande.


PCOS is a syndrome of hormonal imbalance causing irregular menstrual cycles, weight gain and androgenic symptoms.

What are the symptoms of PCOD?

What are the symptoms of PCOD?

PCOS can manifest in many ways
• Weight gain or difficulty in losing weight despite diet and exercise.
• Irregular/prolonged/scanty menses
• Excessive hair growth,especially on face, breasts, thighs(Hirsutism)
• Acne
• Excessive hair fall
• Pigmentation or patchy dark skin,especially on neck.

Why does PCOD occur?
It is a metabolic disease, linked genetically which happens due to hormone imbalance (LH hormone high)and insulin resistance, leading to anovulation and irregular cycles and increased testosterone causing hirsutism and acne.

Why is it important to treat PCOS?
Not only are the features of PCOS such as excessive facial hair, acne and weight gain distressing for young girls, in the long run, untreated PCOD can lead to difficulty in conceiving and diabetes.

Can PCOD be cured?
Since ,PCOD is part of the genetic makeup, it cant be cured but can be easily treated and kept under control for life.

Can PCOD be prevented?
If regular exercise is incorporated along with nutritious balanced diet, in the lifestyle, PCOD manifestations can be prevented.
For more pcod related information,contact Dr. Anushree Pande at Pande Multispeciality Hospital. Her thorough knowledge and deep insight into the subject along with her counselling abilities have hugely impacted the young adolescent minds in managing PCOS.

Why is it important to treat PCOS?


Hysterectomy is the surgical removal of the uterus. Dr. Anushree Pande at Pande Multispeciality Hospital, Saharanpur is considered to be an Expert Gynae Doctor for Hysterectomy. It may also involve removal of the cervix, ovaries, Fallopian tubes, and other surrounding structures. Usually a hysterectomy is total or partial.

What is hysterectomy?
Hysterectomy is an operation to remove the uterus & cervix(the organ located in the female lower abdomen and pelvis of woman).The ovaries may or may not be removed during the procedure depending on the reason for performing the surgery. Hysterectomy is a major surgical procedure which has both physical and psychological consequences.After hysterectomy,the female no longer menstruates and cannot get pregnant.

How common is hysterectomy?
After ceaserean section,this procedure is the second most commonly performed operation in women of reproductive age group.

Why do we do hysterectomy?
It is generally performed when alternate therapies, such as medication, hormone treatments, have been unsuccessful in completely alleviating symptoms such as heavy bleeding , painful periods, chronic pelvic pain, fibroids, adenomyosis, pelvic support problems like pelvic organ prolapse.

How is hysterectomy done?
The operation is usually done under general anaesthesia/spinal anaesthesia after a proper work up with blood investigations and imaging modalities. There are three ways to remove the uterus:

Vaginal hysterectomy

Vaginal hysterectomy

The removal of uterus and closing of the wound is performed through the vagina. There is no cut in the abdomen. Vaginal hysterectomy involves a shorter time in the hospital, lower cost and faster recovery than an abdominal hysterectomy, which requires an incision in your lower abdomen.

Abdominal hysterectomy

the uterus is removed through a cut in the lower abdomen. The cut is about 15–20 cm in length and runs across your abdomen, usually below the bikini line. An abdominal hysterectomy offers the surgeon the most flexibility. It may be recommended over other types of hysterectomy if you have a large uterus, or you have lots of scar tissue from previous abdominal surgeries, are obese.It is the most common route of hysterectomy.

Abdominal hysterectomy
Laparoscopic hysterectomy

Laparoscopic hysterectomy

about four small keyhole cuts are made in the abdomen to divide the attachments of uterus, ovaries and tubes in the pelvis. The uterus is usually then removed through the vagina. When you have a minimally invasive hysterectomy (Laparoscopic), you will have less pain and less blood loss. You'll probably be able to resume normal daily activities more quickly than you could after open surgery.

Is hysterectomy a safe procedure?
Yes ofcourse.
With a less than 1 percent mortality rate, the procedure is considered to be a safe, low-risk surgery. But as with any surgery, problems can occur. Risks associated with hysterectomy include: blood clots, infection, excessive bleeding, adverse reaction to anaesthesia, and damage to the urinary tract, rectum, or other pelvic structures.

Cervical Cancer Screening & Prevention

Cervical cancer is a cancer that begins in the cervix, the part of the uterus or womb that opens into the vagina. In India it is the most common cancer.
One in 4 cervical cancer patients is an INDIAN. Isnt it ALARMING??????

Cervical Cancer Screening & Prevention

Cervical cancer is preventable.
About 80 percent of cervical cancers are due to a virus called as human papilloma virus(HPV),which generally spreads by sexual contact. It affects women of reproductive age group 35-50yrs.
The Taboo attached to all things SEX related in Inida, adds to lack of awareness. This has long come in the way of popularising HPV VACCINE in young girls.

Vaccination of women and young girls before they become sexually active can prevent cervical cancer. There is a common myth that HPV JAB would lead to increased promiscuity in teens.But we soon have to realize that this is the only way of preventing cervical cancer in young women.

Make an appointment with your doctor, Dr. Anushree Pande if you have any signs or symptoms that concern you. Screening tests like PAP Smear test, HPV DNA helps is early detection and save lives. If you have symptoms of

• Vaginal bleeding after intercourse
• Watery, bloody vaginal discharge
• Pain during intercourse

Please feel free to contact us for proper guidance, diagnosis and timely intervention.
Screening tests can help detect cervical cancer and precancerous cells that may one day develop into cervical cancer.

Screening tests include:
Pap test. - This test is a simple brush test, non painful and done in 2 minutes. Any women more then 30 years of age should get their Pap smear HPV DNA testing.
HPV DNA test.

Dr Anushree Pande at Pande multispeciality hospital,will provide you with all the details regarding the screening methods as well as vaccination program.Young girls between 9-15 years of age are the best candidates for the vaccine,though this vaccine can be given upto 55 years of age also.

• Get vaccinated before you become sexually active.
• Don’t smoke! Smoking weakens the immune system and a weakened immune system can lead to persistent HPV infection.
• Get Pap test and HPV tests at the intervals recommended.
• Take a pledge to get an annual women’s health check done even if you do not have any symptoms.

Cervical Cancer Vaccine - The cervical cancer vaccine, or the HPV vaccine, protects against the human papilloma virus (HPV). Dr. Anushree Pande at Pande Multispeciality Hospital, Saharanpur can help you with tests and vaccine for Cervical Cancer. Be Safe, Stay Strong !