When to visit a gynaecology?
- Issues relating to pregnancy, fertility, menstruation, and menopause
- Family planning, including contraception, sterilization, and pregnancy termination
- Problems with tissues that support the pelvic organs, including ligaments and muscles
- Polycystic ovary syndrome
- Urinary and fecal incontinence
- Benign conditions of the reproductive tract, for example, ovarian cysts, fibroids, breast disorders, vulvar and vaginal ulcers, and other non-cancerous changes
- Premalignant conditions, such as endometrial hyperplasia, and cervical dysplasia
- Cancers of the reproductive tract and the breasts, and pregnancy-related tumors
- Congenital abnormalities of the female reproductive tract
- Emergency care relating to gynecology
- Endometriosis, a chronic condition that affects the reproductive system
- Pelvic inflammatory diseases, including abscesses
- Sexuality, including health issues relating to same-sex and bisexual relationships
- Sexual dysfunction
Screening with gynaec
- Screening, evaluation and advice
- Immunizations based on age and risk factors
- A physical examination, which will include measuring standard vital signs, body mass index, palpating the abdomen and inguinal lymph nodes, and assessing overall health
- A pelvic examination and a breast examination, as appropriate for the patient’s age
- Pap smear tests
- Ultrasound scanning
- Colposcopy, a microscopic examination of the cervix
- Endometrial biopsy, or taking a sample from the lining of the uterus
- Hysteroscopy, the use of an endoscope to see into the uterus
- Preparing patients for surgery
- Laparoscopy, a keyhole abdominal procedure. for both diagnostic and surgical purposes
- Minor surgery, for example, sterilization
- Major surgery, for example, removing fibroids in the uterus
- Postoperative care, including treating complications
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Is a heavy flow normal?
The general definition of a heavy period or flow is soaking through a pad or tampon in less than an hour. Your quality of life shouldn't be negatively impacted by menstruation because it is a normal reproductive process. But it can be quite annoying if you have to run to the restroom every hour to change your pad or tampon.
If you experience any of these problems, it's advised that you see a gynaecologist as soon as possible. Anaemia, weakness, and exhaustion are all symptoms of heavy bleeding that can be managed with hormonal birth control.
Is it safe to have sexual relations when you're on your period?
Although it's commonly thought of as taboo, having sex while on your period is acceptable as long as you don't feel sick at the thought of a little blood. Additionally, keep in mind to use protection because there is a high risk of transmission of sexually transmitted infections or blood-borne diseases like hepatitis or HIV at this time.
Is the scratching down there something to be concerned about?
While excessive itching is normal, a healthcare professional should be consulted. Simply Google "Gynecologist near me" to find one. Numerous bodily processes, including those in your private areas, occur both before and during periods. Itching before periods is brought on by hormone changes (dropping oestrogen levels). This causes dryness and itching in the vagina
When you are not on your period, itching may be brought on by yeast infections, STDs, wearing too-tight clothing, or spending an extended period of time in damp clothing. Consult a gynaecologist to rule out infections or a yeast infection if the itching does not seem to go away.
Is acne in my pubic region normal?
This is a major misconception, to be sure. Gynecologists claim that the bumps in your pubic area are not caused by acne but rather by using a razor roughly. In order to rule out an infection or rash, stop using the razor for a while if the bumps down there are bothersome. We advise you to seek a gynecologist's advice if it still doesn't go away for a more qualified opinion.
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