Although irregular cycles or aching monthly cramps can be common concerns affecting females, they are in no way something that females must adjust to. A lot of intervention techniques, both surgical and medical, exist to relieve and in several circumstances cure symptoms of conditions ranging from menstrual disorders to urinary incontinence. Talk to your doctor if you are experiencing principally aching cramps, severe stomach pain, or heavy and/or elongated bleeding between periods or during intercourse, as they could be indicators of a more serious ladies’ health problem.
Some common gynecological disorders
There are various types of gynecological disorders that females are stricken with; deficiency of menstrual bleeding, irregular bleeding, regular heavy bleeding, atypical vaginal discharge or pelvic pain, endometriosis, uterine fibroids, etc. Irregular bleeding can be instigated by polycystic ovary syndrome, eating maladies, extreme workout, medicines or hormonal disproportions while regular heavy bleeding might be instigated by fibroids, polyps, cervical lesions or endometrial hyperplasia (which is a congealing of the uterine lining). Abnormal vaginal discharge might happen from candidiasis (yeast infection), bacterial vaginitis (thin whitish discharge and odd smell), Chlamydia or gonorrhea (bacterial ailment spread via sexual contact) and trichomoniasis vaginitis (parasite spread via sexual contact).
When to see a specialist?
Gynecological symptoms might resemble other disorders. Always see your gynecologist in Dwarka for a diagnosis and also to see if you have any of these symptoms:
- Bleeding between periods
- Recurrent and urgent requisite to urinate or a burning sensation during urination
- Irregular vaginal bleeding
- Bleeding after menopause
- Aching or pressure in your pelvis that varies from menstrual cramps
- Itching, burning, inflammation, redness, or tenderness in the vaginal region
- Sores or lumps in the genital region
- Vaginal discharge with a spiteful or strange odor, or of an unfamiliar color
- Increased discharge from vagina
Identifying symptoms timely and seeing a doctor straightaway upsurge the probabilities of successful treatment. Visit out clinic today!
Dr. Shikha Gurnani
MBBS, DNB – Obstetrics & Gynecology
Gynecologist, Obstetrician, 13 Years Experience Overall (12 years as specialist)
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