Gynaecologist at Shreya Hospital
A doctor who focuses on the health of female reproductive systems is called a gynaecologist. They identify and address problems with the female reproductive system. The uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, and breasts are included in this.
A gynaecologist is available to everyone with feminine organs. And those between the ages of 15 and 45 make about 80% of those who see one.
What Gynaecologist do?
- Family planning and contraception recommendations.
- Pregnancy, maternity care, and obstetric care evaluation.
- Pregnancy problems include venous diseases, back discomfort, and symphyseal pain are diagnosed and treated.
- Osteoporosis (bone loss) during menopause prevention and detection.
- Screening for cancer, finding and treating gynaecological tumours.
- Indication of genitalia, the abdomen, and the breasts during surgery.
- Diseases and illnesses of the female reproductive system prevention and treatment.
Some gynaecologists also work as obstetricians, providing care for expectant mothers and new mothers. A gynaecologist is referred to as an OB/GYN if they are also knowledgeable in obstetrics.
What Performs the Gynaecologist?
- Our gynaecologist at Shreya Hospital will check the inside and outside of your reproductive system. Your breasts will be examined, and lumps and cysts will be looked for.
- Your vulva, which is located outside of the vagina, will then be examined.
- An internal pelvic examination is typically the following step. Our gynaecologist puts a device known as a speculum into the vagina in order to view inside the body. The cervix, which is located between the vagina and the uterus, is made easier to see by widening the vagina.
- Our gynaecologist may perform a technique known as a Pap test during the pelvic examination. It enables the physician to take a sample of cervix cells to look for abnormal cells.
Here are a few things to look for in a gynecologist
- They’re highly recommended
- They get good reviews
- They’re experienced
- They accept your insurance
- They share your values
- They have good bedside manner
- You feel comfortable with them
- They’re affiliated with a hospital you trust