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Gynaecology Department


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Gynaecology Department

Gynaecology is concerned about the health of pregnant women and focuses on the female reproductive system. Gynaecologists are doctors who are dealing with women health issues. They deal with a range of issues such as pregnancy, childbirth, menstruation and fertility problems, STI’s and hormonal imbalances.

Many women all over the world prefer to visit Gynecologists from an early age and visit clinics even to discuss the general issue which they are facing.

When to visit Gynecologist:

If you are suffering from the pelvis, vulvar, virginal pain, and kind of abnormal bleeding from the uterus, then you must consult a doctor.0therwise, it is good to visit a Gynecologist annually for screening to discuss health concerns issues.

There are many disease deal by Gynecologists, such as:

  • Fertility, menstruation, pregnancy, and menopause
  • Polycystic ovary syndrome
  • Issues related to family planning and pregnancy termination
  • Deal with breast cancer, reproduction tract, and tumour-related to pregnancy
  • Endometriosis
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Congenital abnormalities
  • Sexuality, bisexuality and same-sex relationship issues
  • Emergency issues
  • Endometrial hyperplasia and cervical dysplasia

What is a suitable age to visit gyne?

The Gynecologist can treat any medical issues related to women at any age.ACOG recommends that it is good to visit a Gynecologist at the age of 13 to 15. This will help girls and females to build a connection with the doctor and become more comfortable in  asking questions about menstruation, sexuality, etc.

What to expect from Gynecologists on your first visit?

The experience of visiting Gynecologists for the first time may vary according to patients:

If a young girl visits a Gynecologist for the first time, she may get some general health information and discusses some general future concerns.

Some important observations keep in your mind while visiting a Gynecologist.

  • An honest review of your routine life and lifestyle will give them a better understanding of your problem.
  • It is not compulsory to do wax and shaving while visiting a Gynecologist.
  • The bodily odour is natural; it will help the doctor to deduct issues.
  • If you have a period, you can still visit the doctor, but it is better to postpone your visit for a short period unless you are suffering from symptoms which require special attention.
  • It is suitable to avoid sexual activity, using a virginal douche before you have a plan to visit the doctor.

What types of cancer are Gynecologists dealing with?

The female reproductive organs such as pelvic, ovaries, and fallopian tubes are the areas where abnormal cells are grown. People in their 30s have more chances to suffer from these types of cancers, the survival rate is high, and it is treatable ,if diagnosed at the right time.

There are different types of cancer found in women.

  • The organ where the baby stays is called uterus .The cancer which happens there is uterine cancer. The shape of his cancer is pear and exits in the pelvis. All the women have the chance to suffer from this cancer.
  • Virginal cancer happens in Virginia, which exists in the uterus of the female body. It is the rare cancer that exists in the female body.
  • Another cancer which exits in the female body is the vulva. It exists in the outer section of female genitalia. It is also a rare form of cancer.

These different types of cancers have different symptoms and come from different risk factors. The best treatment is the proper screening and getting proper treatment by a Gynecologist.

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