All Your Health Care and Dr. Khanade Hospital Questions

How do I pay my bill?

You can use the following methods to pay Dr. Khanade Hospital

  • Cash payment

  • Debt/Credit Card payment

  • UPI applications like BHIM, Google Pay

  • Paytm

  • Paypal

  • Direct bank transfer (NEFT/RTGS)

 

If you have any difficulties, the reception desk will help you or call 020 2421 2498

Do you offer emergency care services?

We do not have an emergency care department. Our emergency care is restricted to Gynecology and Obstetrics cases only.

What kinds of insurance do you accept?

Currently, we are not accepting cashless insurance policies. However, exceptions can be made for genuine cases.We provide documentation for reimbursement for all insurance companies. The billing/insurance department will help you to obtain necessary documents for your insurance reimbursement.

When should you visit a gynecologist for the first time?

It is recommended to start visiting a gynecologist when you reach the ages of 13-15 years to discuss sexually transmitted infection screening, prevention, birth control and for other health care related advice. Your first pelvic exam can be around 21 years or sooner if you are sexually activity.

What would be good advice on cleaning female parts?

Hygienic attention as for any other body part is recommended. Between urine, sweating cleaning of the area is important to prevent bacterial buildup. Using soap is safe as long as the pH levels (around 3.8-4.5) are correct.

Do you need to give yourself a breast exam?

Yes, it is important to know your breast health. During your first visit to a gynecologist a would be shown how to conduct a breast examination. The best time for a breast exam is during the first week of your period when the hormonal effects on the breast tissue have subsided.

How much calcium do you need?

Adults require 1,000 mg of calcium everyday if under the age of 50. Adults over 50 need 1,200 mg of calcium.

When should you get your first mammogram?

Women aged 40 or older should get a mammogram every one or two years. Women who have close realtives that were diagnosed with breast cancer before the age of 50 are at a higher risk, similarly women who started having their periods before the age of 12 or who wen through menopause after age 55 or women had their first child after age 30 or who never had a child are at a higher risk.