We care for Life even before it is concieved. Starting with reproductive
health, we care for the health of our Future generations...

Reproductive Health

We are the first to introduce a new range of innovative and unique products formulated specially for the needs of the modern Man and Woman. We pledge to keep bringing the best of Science in the service of Man.

Womens' Health

We recognise that in the hustle and bustle of Life, women face a lot of challenges when it comes to caring for themselves! In keeping with Our Vales, we bring the cutting-edge evidence based formulations for maintaining and improving.

We Care First

We literally Care First...before anyone else. A newborn baby could have any of about 200 odd Inborn Errors of Metabolism, Few of them are even potentially threaten Life. We bring Newborn Screening for about 50 of the commonest of these conditions. Screening helps to diagnose these disorders even before the first symptom appears.

Future Vision

We are firmly committed to the Care of Life and we shall be bringing the best that modern medicine has to offer in improving the Quality of Life of the Woman and Man of today.

Who we are and what we stand for

Leading the way to a Healthier Tomorrow

Latest News

New Recommendations Call for Iodine in All Prenatal Vitamins
Endocrinology groups are applauding a new recommendation from a dietary-supplement trade association that calls for iodine supplementation in all prenatal vitamins prescribed for pregnant and breastfeeding women.
Pregnant women actually need more iodine than other people because of increased thyroid-hormone production, renal losses, and fetal iodine requirements. Iodine deficiency during pregnancy can result in maternal and fetal goiter, cretinism, intellectual impairment, neonatal hypothyroidism, and increased pregnancy loss and mortality, Dr Stagnaro-Green et al. explained in a 2012 editorial

PCOS increasing among teenage girls
Studies say PCOS affects five to 10 per cent women in the reproductive age (approximately 11 to 48-year-olds).
Among the leading causes of female subfertility, it's a common endocrine problem in women.
Anovulation results in irregular menstruation, amenorrhea, and ovulation-related infertility. Hormone imbalance generally causes acne and hirsutism (excessive hair growth). Insulin resistance, another side-effect of PCOS, is associated with obesity, Type 2 diabetes and high cholesterol levels. Its symptoms and severity vary greatly.
Lifestyle Disorder
Obesity is one of the main reasons why PCOS is on the rise. Most youngsters eat processed and junk food, which leads to quick weight gain. Strenuous academic schedules and extracurricular activities, and lack of exercise contribute significantly to an increased predisposition for PCOS.
Medication is crucial
While lifestyle changes are important, medication also plays a big role in treating PCOS. However, drugs are to be taken only in consultation with your doctor.
Treatment depends on the patient's symptoms. But it generally aims at:
- Lowering insulin resistance levels
- Restoring fertility
- Treatment of hirsutism or acne
- Restoration of regular menstruation and prevention of endometrial hyperplasia and endometrial cancer.