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Who is a Gynaecologist?
A doctor who focuses on the health of the female reproductive system is called a gynecologist. They identify and address problems with the female reproductive system. This includes the fallopian tubes, ovaries, breasts, and uterus.
What are the qualifications of a Gynaecologist?
Firstly, He/She completes the MBBS (5 Years)
After that, Qualify an entrance examination for MS/MD
Completes MS/MD in Gynaecology/Obstetrics (3 Years)
What do Gynaecologists do?
Gynecologists treat sexual and reproductive health disorders that include vaginal infections, cancer screenings, pelvic exams, and pap tests.
They recognize and take care of conditions affecting the reproductive system like endometriosis, infertility, ovarian cysts, and pelvic pain. Additionally, they might offer treatment for people who have ovarian, cervical, or other reproductive cancers.
In addition to treating pregnant women and new mothers, some gynecologists also practice as obstetricians. If a gynecologist has obstetrics training as well, they are referred to as OB-GYNs.
What diseases do Gynaecologists treat?
Painful periods: For many women, monthly menstrual cycles are extremely uncomfortable. Those few days may seem to last forever due to headaches, sore breasts, and lower belly cramps. What happens, though, if a period hurts for a longer time
Vaginal bleeding: Women commonly experience spotting in the first few months after beginning some forms of birth control and heavier menstrual bleeding as menopause approaches.
Having or continuing to have sex: You can learn about potential risks by talking to a gynecologist. For instance, you run a higher risk of developing cancer from an HPV infection if you are under 18 or plan to have sex with more than one person.
Bumps and blisters;A gynecologist should be contacted if you notice or feel a bump in your vagina or a blister in or around your labia (the skin folds around the vagina)
Common problems you should see the Gynaecologist for
The following are typical gynecological issues:
Prolapse of the pelvic floor
POS, or polycystic ovarian syndrome
Incontinence of the bladder
For which symptoms should one consult a Gynaecologist?
Breast problems: If you have a new breast lump, sensitivity, or discharge, consult a gynecologist to determine whether you should be concerned about cancer. If you haven't went through menopause, these conditions are frequently not cancerous.
Vaginal smell: Have you noticed a particularly unpleasant odor coming from your vagina? Or has the normally unpleasant odor from that location changed to something that isn't as bad but lingers for days? Even if the topic of the conversation makes you uncomfortable, you should tell your gynecologist.
Discomfort during sex: Another difficult subject to broach, but one that a gynecologist is well-versed in. Let&apos's say that your sex is feeling dry.
Weak libido: As a side effect, some illnesses or medications can make you less interested in having sex. The length of your relationship and stress from your job or family can also sap your desire.
Incontinence: Any woman can become incontinent (leak urine or feces accidentally), but it happens more frequently in women in their 50s and 60s and after menopause. It may also occur after the delivery, particularly if the baby was large or the doctor had to use forceps or a vacuum.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
It is advised that a woman see a gynecologist for an annual exam and whenever she has any concerns about symptoms like pelvic, vulvar, or vaginal pain or unusual uterine bleeding. Gynecologists frequently treat menstruation, fertility, pregnancy, and menopause-related conditions.
Yes, you can speak with an Ahmedabad gynecologist online in 15 minutes.
Gynecologist visits typically cost between 500 and 8000 Indian rupees in Ahmedabad. Other factors that affect the fee include the kind of treatment received and the severity of the condition.
Surgery like c-sections, fibroid removal, ovarian cyst removal, etc. is typically performed by gynecologists and obstetricians.
Gynecologists in Ahmedabad who are contracted with LYBRATE can frequently be found on the website.
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Gynecologic cancer can occur in the cervical, ovarian, uterine, vaginal, and vulvar regions.
Vaginal inflammation, or vulvitis, can cause discharge, itchiness, and pain. The cause is typically an infection or a shift in the balance of vaginal bacteria. Vaginitis can also be brought on by certain skin conditions and decreased estrogen levels following menopause.
PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome)
STDs: Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Uterine fibroids, endometriosis, uterine prolapse, and uterine tuberculosis are a few examples of common uterine issues.