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What is a Gynaecologist?

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Everything You Need to Know About Gynaecologist

When to see one | What to expect | Screening | Common procedures | About Doctor | Common procedures

When to see one

A visit to the gynecologist is recommended for annual screening and any time a woman has concerns about symptoms such as pelvic, vulvar, and vaginal pain or abnormal bleeding from the uterus.

Conditions commonly treated by gynecologists include:

  • 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
  • STIs
  • Polycystic ovary syndrome
  • Urinary and fecal incontinence
  • Benign conditions of the reproductive tract, for example, ovarian cysts, fibroids, breast disorders, vulvar and vaginal ulcers,
  • 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

At what age can I see a gynecologist?

A gynecologist can treat a girl or a woman at any age. ACOG recommend starting to visit a gynecologist from the age of 13 to 15 years.

Building up a relationship with the doctor enables a girl or woman to be more comfortable asking questions about menstruation, sexuality and so on, and provides a point of contact if symptoms occur in future.

It also gives the doctor a chance to guide a woman’s overall welfare in the long term, through counseling on important health and lifestyle issues.

What to expect

What happens at the gynecologist’s depends on the reason for the visit and the individual’s situation.

If it is a young woman’s first visit, she may just have a chat with the doctor, get some general health information, and find out what to expect in the future.

At any visit with the gynecologist, it is worth remembering:

  • 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
  • STIs
  • Polycystic ovary syndrome
  • Screening

    A visit to the gynecologist is recommended for annual screening and any time a woman has concerns about symptoms such as pelvic, vulvar, and vaginal pain or abnormal bleeding from the uterus.

    Conditions commonly treated by gynecologists include:

    • 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
    • STIs
    • Polycystic ovary syndrome
    • Urinary and fecal incontinence
    • Benign conditions of the reproductive tract, for example, ovarian cysts, fibroids, breast disorders, vulvar and vaginal ulcers,
    • 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

    At what age can I see a gynecologist?

    A gynecologist can treat a girl or a woman at any age. ACOG recommend starting to visit a gynecologist from the age of 13 to 15 years.

    Building up a relationship with the doctor enables a girl or woman to be more comfortable asking questions about menstruation, sexuality and so on, and provides a point of contact if symptoms occur in future.

    It also gives the doctor a chance to guide a woman’s overall welfare in the long term, through counseling on important health and lifestyle issues.

    Common procedures

    What happens at the gynecologist’s depends on the reason for the visit and the individual’s situation.

    If it is a young woman’s first visit, she may just have a chat with the doctor, get some general health information, and find out what to expect in the future.

    At any visit with the gynecologist, it is worth remembering:

    • 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
    • STIs
    • Polycystic ovary syndrome

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