Cervical cancer is one of the most common cancers in women. A lot of women are afraid of cervical cancer because it grows slowly, and it doesn’t show noticeable signs or symptoms in its early stage. Dr. Chutatip Poonsatta, a gynecologist of Vejthani Hospital is still here with us to clarify all the questions about cervical cancer. Let’s find out how cervical cancer happens, how to detect it early, and how to prevent it!

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Women’s Health Center, 2nd Floor, Vejthani Hospital
Call: (+66)2-734-0000 Ext. 3200, 3204
English Hotline: (+66)85-223-8888

Women’s Health Center

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Have you ever wondered why women have vaginal discharge? Are there any changes in vaginal discharge that we need to be concerned about?

In this episode, Dr. Chutatip Poonsatta, a gynecologist of Vejthani Hospital who has over 13 years of experience in providing Obstetrics & Gynecology treatment will give us the answers to all the questions about “Abnormal Vaginal Discharge” Let’s find out!!

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Women’s Health Center, 2nd Floor, Vejthani Hospital
Call: (+66)2-734-0000 Ext. 3200, 3204
English Hotline: (+66)85-223-8888

Women’s Health Center

Abnormal Vaginal Discharge

We all have heard about ovarian cysts and uterine fibroids, but we cannot deny there are some confusion about the difference between the two. The growth of abnormality on ovaries and uterus often occurs in various forms even if the symptoms may seem similar. It’s crucial for us to understand the differences of the abnormalities that happen in our body for the well-being of our health.

Cysts and fibroids have extensive differences in their characteristics.

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Women’s Health Center, 2nd Floor, Vejthani Hospital
Call: (+66)2-734-0000 Ext. 3200, 3204
English Hotline: (+66)85-223-8888

Women’s Health Center

Shedding light on the differences between Ovarian Cysts and Uterine Fibroids

Working on a computer for a long time continuously with the same sitting posture is one of the potential risk factors of office syndrome which is the disease that usually occurs in the specific group of people who work very hard or continuously stay in the same or wrong position for over 8 – 6 hours a day, as well as other factors such as, workaholic, hastiness, strain, diet, inadequate sleep, etc. These factors increase the risk of office syndrome.

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Spine Center, Vejthani Hospital
Call 02-7340000 or Ext. 5500
English Hotline: (+66)8-522 38888

Spine Center

Office Syndrome, a common illness among office workers | Vejthani’s Scoop

Most of us may have heard cracking, grinding, or popping sounds in the neck when we move or crack our necks. But, have you ever wonder why this happens.

Dr.Ekkaphol Larpumnuayphol, a highly experienced spine surgeon at Vejthani Hospital will answer this question

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Spine Center, Vejthani Hospital
Call 02-7340000 or Ext. 5500
English Hotline: (+66)8-522 38888

Spine Center

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Water vapor-based technology, called Rezum water vapor therapy, is used to treat prostate enlargement without requiring a surgery. The procedure takes only 10–15 minutes to complete. It is a non-surgical treatment that reduces the size of an enlarged prostate and widen the urethra. The surgery is done by inserting a resectoscope through the urethra into the prostate gland. Then the doctor will spray water vapor of 106 degree celsius into the gland for 9 seconds per time, repeating 6–10 times. The hot vapor will be dispersed to destroy cells of the prostate gland that block the urethra. After that, the body will naturally eliminate the dead cells.

Urology and Men’s Health Center

Treat Enlarged Prostate Gland with Rezum Water Vapor Therapy | Vejthani scoop

Hemorrhoids, better known as Piles, refers to swollen blood vessels in the lower part of the rectum and anus (together known as anorectum) that causes pain and irritation especially when defecating. This discomfort arises from the over stretching of the walls of veins to such an extent that they bulge when they relax and contract. As the anorectum is rich in vascular supply with a considerable likelihood to swell and prolapse, hemorrhoids are fairly common.

Laser Hemorrhoidectomy is usually recommended for patients with 2nd – 4th stage of symptomatic hemorrhoids. During the laser hemorrhoidectomy, a very thin fiber-optic cord which connected to the device will be inserted into the anal canal to get rid of the terminal branches of superior hemorrhoid arteries. Normally, the laser hemorrhoidectomy takes around 30 – 50 minutes. After the operation, the patient needs to be admitted to the hospital for postoperative observation for 1 night. The patient might feel mild pain for a few days or around 1 – 2 days.

At Vejthani Hospital, the patients will go through a pain management program with Vejthani Hospital’s Pain Management Specialists and clinical team that includes strict pain monitoring and administration of pain medication for about 1-2 days. Rest assured that you will receive a safe and high-standardized treatment and service.

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Surgery Center, Vejthani Hospital.
Call +66 (0) 2734-0000 Ext. 4500, 4501
English Hotline: +66 (0) 85-223-8888

Surgery Center

Hemorrhoid, a common disease that can be found in people of all ages and gender | Vejthani’s Scoop

“Diabetic Foot Ulcer can be cured, if the cause is accurately diagnosed”, said Dr. Taweesak Srikummoon, a surgeon specialized in treating diabetic foot ulcers for more than 20 years in over 5000 cases.

The leading objective of treating foot ulcer is to promptly heal the condition. The faster the healing process, the lesser the chance of infection.

Early detection of diabetic foot ulcer is the best way to prevent a loss of limb.

Wound Care Center

A loss of limb from Diabetic Foot Ulcer is completely preventable, if treated early

‘Anal stenosis’ or ‘Anal stricture’ is a narrowing of the anal canal that makes it difficult to pass stool out of the body. Even though anal stricture is uncommon but this condition can lead to serious complications if left untreated.

Dr. Waranyu Jiramarit, a colorectal surgeon at Vejthani Hospital who has almost 10 years of experience in treating colorectal conditions. The doctor will explain to us why does it occur and how to treat it.

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Colorectal Surgery Center, 3rd Floor, Vejthani Hospital
Call: (+66)2-734-0000 Ext. 2715, 2716
English Hotline: (+66)85-223-8888

Colorectal Surgery Center

Understanding anal Stricture | Vejthani Podcast
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