WHY YOU SHOULD SEE A GYNECOLOGIST

Gynecologists are doctors who specialize in women’s health with a focus on the female reproductive system. Females from at least 20 years of age should practice visiting a gynecologist regularly. Regular visits to a gynecologist is very important as it improves a woman’s sexual and overall health, and it also increases the chances of detecting sexual infections or diseases earlier.

You should consult a gynecologist if you notice;
  • Changes in your period. When sexually active females stop getting their period, it is usually a sign of pregnancy. A gynecologist can help you prepare for a healthy pregnancy. He may also refer you to an obstetrician. An obstetrician is a gynecologist that specializes in pregnancy and childbirth.
  • Irregular bleeding. You should visit a gynecologist immediately if you notice bleeding not associated with your period. Irregular bleeding could be a sign of injury to the cervix, uterine fibroids, cervical or uterine cancer. Detecting these cases early can increase chances of successful treatment.
  • Painful periods. Periods are usually uncomfortable. Headaches, cramps and soreness are just a few of the common menstruation symptoms. If your periods are too painful or you notice that the pains get worse over time, ensure you visit a gynecologist. It could be a sign of an underlying issue.

When visiting a gynecologist, it is important to be completely honest and answer every question as best as you can. It is normal to be a little nervous when visiting a gynecologist especially if it is your first time. However, keep in mind that gynecologists are medical professionals who want the best for you. Regular visits to one gynecologist will help to reduce nervousness and makes it easier to be open and honest.

2 thoughts on “WHY YOU SHOULD SEE A GYNECOLOGIST

  1. Good afternoon sir/ma. Thanks for sharing why you should see a Gynecologist. I need to see one but do not know where to get a good Fun doctor. I’ve seen some before but coot get a definite solution. My period stopped coming out since three now and I’ve not being able to get pregnant since 9 years I got married. After several tests, HSG, I was told that I need assisted conception. I don’t have money for IVF and I don’t know what to do now. Pls advice me or tell me what to do for my period to start coming out first.

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