Gynecology is the branch of medical science which deals with the reproductive health of women. It is concerned with the vagina, uterus, ovaries and breasts. A doctor specialised in the diagnosis and treatment of gynecology is known as a gynecologist. Gynecology and obstetrics which is the branch of medicine concerned with childbirth are very closely related and most of their functions overlap.
Who Is A Gynecologist?
A gynecologist is a doctor trained in the medical specialty and practice of gynecology. They undergo a post-graduation in medical education and professional development course as a part of practice.
What Are The Most Common Gynecological Conditions?
Female reproductive organs undergo constant change during a woman’s fertile life, whether it is aging, menstrual or sexual activity. Some of the most common gynecological conditions women experience are menstrual disorders, ovarian cysts, urinary incontinence, endometriosis, cervical dysplasia, abnormal uterine bleeding and vaginitis. Also, the key remedies involved for the treatment of such issues are Hysterectomy, Myomectomy and Laparoscopy.
What Do Our Gynecologists Treat?
Gynecologists in india are also trained in obstetrics, which means that they are certified to take care of pregnant women. A gynecologist in general is well versed with issues dealing with women’s health and issues related to the reproductive system. Our team of male and female gynecologists believe that intimate issues concerned with women’s health, are to be treated with patience and compassion.
Here are some of the common gynecological issues which our doctors deal with.
Polycystic Ovarian Disease or Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, is a hormonal disorder which occurs in women. Symptoms of PCOD include irregular periods, difficulty in getting pregnant, abnormal facial hair growth. Thus, getting the best advice and the right treatment based on the current condition of PCOD is considered very important.
Abdominal pain due to gynecological reasons, needs the attention of a specialist. The reason of abdominal pain may be associated with pregnancy or non-pregnancy issues. Gynecological causes of abdominal pain include Dysmenorrhea, ectopic pregnancy, fibroid uterus, ovarian tortion etc.
Childbirth is a unique experience in a woman‚Äôs life. However, postpartum issues can creep up immediately after giving birth. Issues such as Postpartum depression, Hair loss, stretch marks & more. Talking a gynecologist on a regular basis makes it easier to understand the root cause, and helps in leading healthier lives after delivery.
Vaginal discharge is common among women. There are different types of discharge with each having its own symptoms and significance. Vaginal discharge gives an indication of vaginal and overall health. Abnormal amount or type of discharge usually indicates an infection. However, some degree of vaginal discharge is normal.
Burning questions about periods haunt a lot of young women. Issues such as irregular periods or missed periods are not uncommon. Dysmenorrhea is a case when women undergo excruciating pain, cramps and find it very difficult to carry on their regular activities. Also, experiencing periods for the first time, or going through a heavy period can be quite exhausting. These difficulties hamper day-to-day life and shouldn‚Äôt be ignored.
Breast disorders such as unusual pain, discharge, painful lumps and post pregnancy breast infections are treated by our gynecologists.Consult a gynecologist for a careful breast examination, to get the right diagnosis on the current symptoms. Breast pain doesn‚Äôt necessarily mean breast cancer, talk to one of our experts for more info on any other breast related concerns like breast enlargement or reduction.
Anorectal issues such as hemorrhoids, anal warts and anal fissures are common complaints that our gynecologists can help with.
Commonly Asked Questions - Gynecology
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28 Yrs, Female, Chandigarh
Meri... Periods time miss ho geya hai... To aj aur kal ke andar period kese aa sakta hai
18 Yrs, Female, Visakhapatnam
Its been 3 months i had my last periods... last periods was on March 22
24 Yrs, Female, Bangalore
I had anal sex, not really proper on 16th may. I had my period on 9th may or 1-2 days before. I was anxious so I took pregnancy test on 14th June since I missed my period. The results were negative.Then I got down on 20th June, without any prior symptoms.
21 Yrs, Female, Jaipur
I had fungal infection in my genital area before I took medicine and it was okay... But still small pimple like structure was there that was not itching.... But now near my vaginal opening small rash has appeared which is itchy and it pains can you give m
20 Yrs, Female, Pune
My wife is having periods. but bleeding is less.
and complains about heavy stomach pain, back pain and legs pain.
35 Yrs, Female, Hyderabad
I am married from two months, whenever I do sex with my husband it hurts my abdomen and i feel like farting also i get severe urine infection.
27 Yrs, Female, Chandigarh
Today is third day I tookxxxxxxx... Slight decrease in bleeding... however bleeding still continues... please suggest
30 Yrs, Female, Hyderabad
I and my husband have been trying for a baby for the past two months. I am not able to conceive. We have been married for the last two years and finally decided now to have a baby now. Is there a problem with age or the gap of two years
28 Yrs, Female, Thiruvananthapuram
My friend had her menstrual cycle on the 13th may , she had her routine cycle and then the next time she had her chums on 27th may. The bleeding was there for 4-5 days. She now had her chums on 10th june but the bleeding is still continuing, initial 3-4da