Frequently Asked Questions

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I am trying to get pregnant. Can your gynaecologist help me?

If you are finding it difficult to get pregnant, our gynecologist will assess your case and accordingly, suggest an appropriate treatment plan which can help you to get pregnant easily.

You can also read about our fertility services, click here

Which numbers should I call for emergency services?

For emergency services, you can call – 9404612187

I would like to know about your emergency services for delivery support during pregnancy?

We can provide immediate emergency admission and care to patients. For emergency services, Destination Women’s Clinic is associated with Nanded Multispecialty Hospital that is located near Destination Center in Nanded City, Pune.


Also, we can provide world-class medical expertise along with state-of-the-art facilities through our associate hospitals which include Apollo Cradle, Cloudnine Hospital, Oyster and Pearls, Surya Hospital, Global Hospital, Patankar Nursing Home, Poona Hospital, and NOVA IVI Fertility.


For further details about our maternity services, click here


Read further about our in-house facilities and advanced facilities (in association with reputed hospitals), click here

What is the best and safest contraceptive method available?

There are several contraceptive methods available for the woman or man to prevent pregnancy safely. Based on your medical records, our gynecologist will suggest the best and safest contraceptive method for the couple.

Tell me about your services for high-risk pregnancy cases?

If you are suffering from a medical condition or had gone through a high-risk pregnancy earlier, you may need a specialized treatment plan.


To know more about our advanced services such as high-risk pregnancies, click here or call – 020 – 67523071 / 9404395976

I need help with managing my PCOD. What should I do?

Early diagnosis of PCOD and PCOS helps to prevent serious health issues such as diabetes and pregnancy problems in the long term. Tests such as ultrasound test, blood test, etc. are needed to identify PCOD or PCOS.

Our expert gynecologist can support you with the necessary medication and lifestyle changes for managing your PCOD.


Learn more about our PCOD and other gynecology-related services, click here

Do all women with HPV infections get cancer /Cervical Cancer?

No. HPV infections will not necessarily lead to cancer. However, women with HPV infections have a high chance of being diagnosed with cervical cancer. Taking HPV vaccinations on time can minimize the chance of cervical cancer in women.


Cervical cancer is common cancer in India after breast cancer. Regular screening tests can help in the early detection of cervical cancer.


To know more about HPV vaccinations, cancer screening tests or support for cervical cancer, you can book a consultation with our gynecologist.

How long after having unprotected sex can the emergency pill be taken?

The emergency pill must be taken within 72 hours (three days) after unprotected sex. The sooner it is taken, the more effective it is. It is most effective if it is taken within the first 12 hours after unprotected sex.

What kind of pregnancy workshops/classes do you have?

We offer specialized classes for prenatal yoga, Lamaze, meditation, physiotherapy, consultation with the pediatrician, and psychiatrist and more. For a structured pregnancy plan, you can explore our Pregnancy Wellness Programme.

Click here to know more about our Pregnancy Wellness Programme.

Do you offer counselling services for postpartum depression?

Yes. We have qualified doctors and psychologists offering counseling services to mothers going through postpartum depression.


To book an appointment for our counseling services, contact 020 – 67523071 / 9404395976