Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology
The Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology at CMCH provides patients with advance level of treatment in Routine and Emergency.
Services provided by the department- Services Available
Family Planning Clinics & Preventive Healthcare Clinics/ Infertility Management Clinics/ STD Clinics.
Ante- Natal Care, Intrapartum Care and Post partum Care.
High Risk Pregnancy Management.
Conventional and Laparoscopic Surgeries.
Invasive Gynecologic Surgeries. 
Obstetric emergencies and Routine Procedures.
Painless Labour.
Advance Gynecological and Obstetric Procedures.
Gynecologic Oncology.
Organization of Medical camp at Rural area.

A case of Huge Ovarian Tumour

A 23 years old unmarried girl presented to Gynaecology OPD with complaints of lump in abdomen from 1 year, dyspnoea, cough and menorrhagia for 1 month. On clinical examination- vitals were stable, Per abdomen showed huge cystic mass occupying whole of abdomen, approximately of size 36 weeks pregnant uterus. , PV not done . On investigating the patient, USG - Showed large multiseptated abdominopelvic cystic mass of size 32X26 cm probably arising from ovary causing lateral displacement of bowel loops and superior displacement of liver and spleen.. Uterus was of normal size and well delineated. Other ovary could not be made out separately. CT scan with contrast showed large complex multiseptated cystic mass likely to be mucinous cystadenoma of ovary. Routine hemogram , RFT, LFT,X Ray Chest ECGand were within normal limits. Tumor markers like HCG, alpha-feto-protein and LDH were within normal limits. FNAC of fluid done- cytology showed no malignant cells. IVP was normal.
Patient was posted for exploratory laparotomy on 1.10.13. Laparotomy was done under general anesthesia . Due to the huge size of the cyst, gradual decompression of the cyst was done. About 7-8 litres of mucinous fluid was drained. Material sent for imprint histology gave probable diagnosis as benign ovarian tumour. Left complete salpingo-ovariotomy along with cystectomy was done. Abdominal and pelvic organs were evaluated – Right adnexa, uterus and all other organs were found to be normal. Ovary and cyst was sent for histopathology examination. Abdomen was closed in layers. Patient made an uneventful post operative recovery. On follow up patient has no complaints and is symptom free and very happy. HPE revealed borderline mucinous ovarian tumour of intestinal type with focal areas showing features of intraepithelial carcinoma. No capsular or stromal invasion was identified. Since this condition has a very good prognosis, in consultation with oncologist it was decided to keep the patient under follow up and she was advised to complete child-bearing early.
This case is presented because of the huge size of tumour in a young unmarried female. This poor patient who was running from doctor to doctor was given proper guidance and managed effectively based on evidence based medicine by Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department of Chirayu Medical College at a very reasonable cost.

Operating team:
Surgeons – Dr. Shashikala Jawade(Prof. & HOD),
Dr. Sapna Jain,
Dr. Prajakta Joshi,
Dr. Sonali Mittal.
Anaesthetist – Dr. Usha Domkundwar and her team.
Histopathology – Dr. Farah Jalaly Meenai

Posted on:06.12.2013
Departmental Updates
CME on “Recurrent Pregnancy Loss”
Posted on:21.07.2015
  A CME was organized by department of Obstetrics & Gynecology on 21.07.2015. Dr. Madhuri Chandra, Prof. of Obstetrics & Gynecology from GMC, Bhopal delivered a wonderful speech on “Recurrent Pregnancy Loss”.

The program was attended by management authorities, faculties from various departments as well as students of batch 2011, 2012, 2013 & 2014. All the students had a benefit of knowledge input from the lecture.
CMCH offered free delivery & low cost cesarean delivery
Posted on:04.04.2015
CMCH organized Life Line Smart Train Camp at Biaora
Posted on:15.01.2014
  Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Chirayu Medical College & Hospital, Bhopal contributed their health services for conducting camp arranged by Railway Health service through Life Line smart train at Biaora. There was a very good response from the public in screening process, almost 150 cases screened out for malignancy as well screening of breast tumor was done. Advice was also given for the cervical malignancy and role of anti cancer vaccine was propagated. Railway medical services along with Mahindra and Mahindra contributed their services to the society. Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology also contributed their help as scheduled on 13/01/14 and 14/01/14.

Team of Gynecologists who visited camp Dr. Manik Sirpurkar, Dr. Sandhya Gadre, Dr. Sonali Mittal on 13/01/14
and Dr. Swarnlata Das, Dr. Israt Jahan and Dr. Rupa Aherwar on 14/01/14.

Thank to Director C.M.C, CEO Life Line Incharge Dr. Gaur and high Medical Authority of Railway.
CMCH offered free delivery & low cost cesarean delivery under “Swarna Sandhi” scheme
Posted on:12.12.2013
International Women’s Day was celebrated on (08.03.2013) Click here...
Posted on:08.03.2013