Gynecological care involves the specialized diagnosis and treatment of conditions involving disorders of organs such as the uterus and ovaries, female hormones, and infections that affect women.
At this clinic, in order to provide care that is easy on the body, we make use of traditional Chinese treatments for a variety of conditions, including menstrual irregularities, constipation, and sensitivity to cold.
If you have any concerns about symptoms that you are experiencing, please feel free to contact us as soon as you can.
In the past, it was believed that uterine cancers, and cervical cancer in particular, most often affected women in their 40s and 50s. However, today, these cancers are affecting people at an increasingly early age. It is now recommended that women begin having screenings in their early 20s.
Cervical cancer can always be treated successfully if detected at an early stage.
Abnormal vaginal bleeding is a major early symptom of endometrial cancer. If you are experiencing this symptom, we recommend that you see a doctor as soon as possible.
In the city of Kasukabe alone, over 1,200 people were screened for uterine cancers every year as of 2016.
We recommend having a uterine cancer screening annually, or once every two years.
The opening into the uterus is examined for cancer.
The information is sent to a specialist facility in order to check for the presence of any problematic cells.
The inner uterus is examined.
Compared to the examination for cervical cancer, this examination is more likely to cause discomfort. For that reason, it is recommended for women who have risk factors.
An ultrasound examination is performed.
If necessary, an MRI examination or other test may be recommended.
When a pathogen such as a bacterium or virus invades the body and overpowers the immune system, the result is the onset of an illness.
In order to prevent certain illnesses, such as rubella and mumps, it is necessary to have immunity to these pathogens.
Vaccinations are administered as a means of providing this immunity artificially. The medicines used for this purpose are called vaccines.
We offer a wide range of vaccinations. In some cases, an appointment may be required.
For details, please contact us by telephone.