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Our aim is to care for women’s health throughout their lives. At all stages, we offer a friendly, personalized service to make patients feel calm and reassured at all times.

Within the Unit, we have sub-specialities to cover all treatments in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, as well as exclusive, cutting-edge technological equipment.

  • Pregnancy (personalized monitoring)
  • Preconception advice
  • Preeclampsia screening
  • Chronic Kidney Failure
  • 3D/4D ultrasound and prenatal screening
  • Preparation for childbirth
  • Postpartum pelvic floor rehabilitation
  • Assistance in breastfeeding
  • Childbirth
  • Fertility study
  • Fertility treatments
  • Insemination with partner and donor semen

Our Breast Pathology Unit is formed by a team of professionals belonging to various medical specialities; particularly Surgery, Gynaecology, Oncology, Radiology and Pathology, along with others such as Nuclear Medicine or Plastic Surgery.

There, your case will be jointly assessed and the tests required to reach a diagnosis and select treatment will be determined, if appropriate.

In many cases, the lumps we locate in the breasts are benign, and only a small percentage correspond to breast cancer.

Our main job is to differentiate them and offer you the appropriate individualized monitoring or treatment for your case.

FOR OUR PATIENTS: THE REASSURANCE OF BEING IN GOOD HANDS.

If you are diagnosed with breast cancer, our aim is to convey confidence and reassurance.

Our medical team will meet to determine the tests required to assess your case in a personalized way.

Such tests will be scheduled as quickly as possible but always bearing in mind that it is essential for the study to be appropriate and comprehensive.

Certain examinations require time in order to plan the ideal treatment

Once the assessment has been completed, our team will explain what the best treatment is in your case, always choosing the least aggressive but most effective.

It is often not necessary to remove the whole breast, but, if it is, we have a plastic surgery team, who will assess the possibility of immediate breast reconstruction in the same surgical procedure.

In this way, you will not need to undergo more surgical procedures than necessary and this will improve your personal wellbeing.

Treatments

  • Cancer risk
  • Benign pathology
  • Malignant pathology
  • Preservation of fertility
  • Sexuality after cancer

WHAT IS THE PELVIC FLOOR? The pelvic floor or perineum is a set of muscles and membranes that close the lower abdomen, acting as a flexible hammock to support the bladder, the internal genital apparatus (vagina and uterus) and the rectum.

Being located in the lower part of the pelvic cavity, they must be prepared to support loads.

Why is the pelvic floor weakened?

1.– Hormones. When you have hormonal alterations (menstruation, during pregnancy, postpartum, menopause etc.). That is why, during pregnancy, the problem is not only one of weight and gravity, but an important hormonal change is experienced.

The muscles feed on hormones, hence the weakening.

2.- Pregnancy and childbirth. These are the main cause of the weakening. During pregnancy, there is an increase in the weight and pressure of the organs in the pelvic floor, and then, at delivery, there is an elongation of the entire musculature, especially if the baby is large.

3.- Contraindicated postpartum exercises. After childbirth, many women worry about their figure and begin to do abdominal exercises that can further weaken the pelvic floor. In the immediate postpartum, women should not jump, carry weight, do sports and other activities involving impacts.

4.- Sports. Some sports require jumps or impacts (basketball, athletics, tennis, aerobics, jogging etc.). These are practices that can harm the pelvic floor, and although it is demonstrated that the sport is good for your health, some precautions must be taken, especially during the postpartum period.

5.- Inheritance. It is advisable to talk to a professional if other women in your family have weakness in this area.

6.- Daily habits. There are some habits that can also weaken the pelvic floor, such as holding in urine for too long, pushing hard to empty the bladder, constipation, singing, chronic cough or smoking.

What do we do in the pelvic floor rehabilitation unit of the Policlínica Nuestra Señora del Rosario?

The pelvic floor can be strengthened, whatever the disorder.

Age is not important in the reconstruction of the pelvic floor. You do not have to resign yourself to living with the problem.

Tratamientos

  • Genital prolapse
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Chronic pelvic pain
  • Diagnostic tests
  • Prevention

We have a highly qualified team, who will take care of you with total professionalism and human warmth. Choose your trusted gynaecologist, and visit him/her without delay.

Specialists

WHY POLICLÍNICA NUESTRA SEÑORA DEL ROSARIO?

The principle of Policlínica Nuestra Señora del Rosario is to offer our patients a reliable and quality service. Therefore, our professionals are in constant training, adapting to new technologies and medical advances. The technological equipment and facilities offer speed, efficiency and maximum comfort to our patients.

Both diagnostic tests and treatments are carried out without delay.