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Gynaecologist in Bangalore


Gynaecology is a branch of medical practice that attends to the female reproductive system and diseases associated with them. Dealing with the regulation of menstrual cycles to caring for pregnant women from conception to delivery, a gynaecologist is trained to look after all aspects of female reproductive health. It is important to note that not all gynaecologists are obstetricians.


Why should you consult a gynaecologist?


Ans: Adult women should consult a gynaecologist at least once a year irrespective of whether they are sexually active or not. Apart from regular check-ups, some of the reasons to consult a gynaecologist include:


Changes in the menstrual cycle

Pain or irritation in the vagina

Irregular periods

Injury to the pelvic area

Pregnancy

Symptoms of STDs

Menopause


What are the types of Specializations?


Ans: A gynaecologist may specialize in maternal-fetal medicine, reproductive endocrinology, gynaecologic oncology and urogynaecology. Obstetricians specialize in pregnancy and childbirth. 


Educational Qualifications of a gynaecologist?


Ans: Gynaecology is a postgraduate specialization. Hence, the candidate must first complete his or her MBBS degree and then complete a postgraduate degree or diploma in gynaecology. Further specializations can also be done.


At what age should women start consulting a gynaecologist?


Ans: Girls should have their first check up by the time they reach puberty between the ages of 13 to15. They should also consult a gynaecologist after becoming sexually active.


Is a gynaecology examination painful?


Ans: A gynaecology examination will start with a physical examination of the vagina and internal reproductive organs. This examination is not painful but it may be a little uncomfortable.


Can a gynaecologist check for cancer?


Ans: Yes, if the gynaecologist suspects cancer, he or she may take a tissue sample and get it tested for the same. Gynaecologists can also perform breast examinations to check for breast cancer.


Can a gynaecologist give advice about birth control?


Ans: Once a woman becomes sexually active she must speak to her gynaecologist about birth control and family planning. Depending on the woman’s overall health the doctor can prescribe birth control pills or minor surgery to tie the fallopian tubes.


Can gynaecologists treat Sexually Transmitted Diseases?


Ans: Yes, gynaecologists can diagnose and treat sexually transmitted diseases.


Is there anything that should be done to prepare for a visit to the gynaecologist?


Ans: There is no need to prepare specifically, for example; shave or wax before the appointment. However if you have symptoms connected to your menstrual cycle, it may be better to consult the doctor when you are not on your period. 


How much do gynaecologists in Bangalore charge?


The consultation fee of a gynaecologist usually begins at Rs 600.


Normal delivery of a baby    Rs 47,000-87,000

Caesarean delivery    Rs 28,000- 90,000

Laparoscopic hysterectomy    Rs 46,000- 1,00,000

Dilation and curettage surgery    Rs 7,000-43,000


Top 5 treatments available


Some of the most common issues treated by gynaecologists include PCOD, sexual dysfunction, issues with menstruation, disorders related to breasts and fibroids or cancer of the reproductive organs. For the treatment of these and other conditions, some of the procedures that may be used include:


Pelvic ultrasounds – This diagnostic exam is non-invasive and helps study the organs in the female pelvis, including vagina, cervix, fallopian tubes, uterus and ovaries. 

Hysteroscopy – This procedure involves the examination of the uterine cavity via endoscopy, by going through the cervix. 

Colposcopy – This medical procedure offers a magnified view of the tissues of the vulva, vagina and the cervix, to check for lesions.

Hysterectomy – In this method, the uterus and surrounding organs like ovaries, fallopian tubes and cervix are surgically removed. 

Dilation and curettage – As a procedure which is used in case of abortion or third trimester miscarriage, dilation and curettage refers to the surgical removal of uterine lining and contents, after dilating the cervix.

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