At Dharan Womens Care, we believe in providing continuity of care throughout your hospital stay and recovery. Accordingly, we have developed an experienced and consistent team to support you during your treatment.

Minimal Access - 'Key hole' Procedures will be offered to well over 95% of gynaecological patients should they need surgical intervention. These include, Laparoscopic, Hysteroscopic and Uro-Gynaecological procedures.

These procedures have the advantages of faster recovery, less pain post-surgery, shorter hospital stay and minimal scarring. Many patients will be able to resume normal activities and work (depending on their profession) within a shorter period of time compared to traditional surgery.

Conditions Treated :


These are common, benign tumors of the uterus. Usually they do not need treatment. However, if fibroids are associated with heavy periods, pelvic pain, pressure symptoms due to size and subfertility, then surgical treatment is warranted.


Endometriosis affects women in reproductive age group. Endometriosis may result in chronic and crippling pelvic pain, painful sex and subfertility. This condition can be surgically treated to good effect.

Menstrual Disorders

Heavy and abnormal periods are a very common condition affecting lives of women. Management of this condition needs to be tailored to individual and usually with excellent outcome. No or scant periods too need investigation and treatment.

Ovarian Cysts

Many ovarian cysts are benign. Appropriate and prompt management is essential to prevent possible cyst accidents (complications)

Urogynaecological Problems

Urinary incontinence is an embarrassing and debilitating condition affecting older women. There are highly successful minimal access surgical methods available depending on the type of urinary problem.


Many couples can be helped to conceive with initial investigation and preliminary treatment of subfertility.

Early Pregnancy Problems

These include ectopic pregnancies, miscarriages (sometimes recurrent) and molar pregnancies.

Gynaecological Emergencies

The common gynaecological emergencies include early pregnancy problems and ovarian cyst torsion (twisting).

Menopause and other Endocrine Conditions

Change of life symptoms can be managed very effectively without necessarily increasing the risks of hormonal therapy. Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a relatively common endocrine condition, which usually requires long term management.


Prolapse is a condition where organs, such as the uterus, fall down or slip out of place. This condition results in an inferior extension of the organ into the vagina, causing weakened muscles.