Department of gynaecology and obstetrics
The department of gynaecology and obstetrics at University Hospital of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) Munich provides a full range of diagnostics and treatment for women with reproductive system diseases, urinary system, hormonal disorders, and also accompanies women during pregnancy, childbirth, and early postnatal period. The department also conducts consultations for girls with puberty disorders and problems of the gynaecological spectrum. Of particular interest to the department's doctors is the conservative and surgical treatment of malignant tumours. Under the guidance of highly qualified doctors, 78,000 inpatients and more than 85,000 outpatients are treated per year. The department is equipped with 2,000 beds. The department was awarded the title of Level I Perinatal Center, which shows the high quality of the services provided. Maternity rooms have specialized beds and aids such as balls, mats, wall bars, etc. Women are provided with psychological assistance, which helps to avoid stress during pregnancy and childbirth. There are various options for pain relief to choose from, such as homoeopathy, acupuncture, epidural anaesthesia. About 200 children are born in the department every day. Caring medical staff ensure patients have a comfortable stay in the hospital while doctors use the latest international guidelines to get the best result.
The department's primary focus is gynaecological diseases, including malignant and benign tumours of reproductive organs. Close cooperation with other departments within the clinic allows for quick diagnostic procedures, specialized treatment for gynaecological cancer and advanced surgeries.