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She is very well known for her work on Female Sex Therapy & Counselling , Infertility, Obstetric care & Deliveries. She has been working in this field for more than 24 years.Following her graduation from S P Medical college, Bikaner in 1990, she took work at Santokbha Dulabhji Hospital under renowned Senior Gynaecologist Dr Sharda Roa. Her work experience there and later at Rajdhani Hospital laid the foundation stone for her marvellous career at Jolly Hospital for last 20 years . Under the banner of Nav Shakti, She has done lot of sex therapy & counselling.
I along with my wife visited her with lot of confusions related to (vaginismus) treatment procedure, duration and cost but she immediately examined the problem in the first visit and proposed the solution and put us at ease.
Q: Who is a Gynecologist?
A: A gynaecologist is a medical expert who deals with female reproductive health. They help in the treatment of a variety of conditions that affect women such as sexually transmitted infections (STI), hormonal or breast problems, cervical cancer, and urinary tract infections.
Q: Is there a difference between Gynecologist & Obstetrician?
A: There is a difference between gynaecologist and obstetrician. A gynaecologist is involved in the treatment, prevention and diagnosis of diseases associated with the female reproductive system while an obstetrician is specialised in maternity care, delivery and problems associated with pregnancy.
Q: What are the common procedures performed by a Gynecologist/Obstetrician?
A: Some of the common procedures performed by a gynaecologist/obstetrician are: Pap smear Ultrasound screening Endometrial biopsy Tests for STI Colposcopy (examination of cervix, vagina, and vulva) Pelvic exam Laparoscopy Mammography Fertility treatments such as in-vitro fertilisation Surgical procedures such as cesarean sections, removal of fibroids, hysterectomy, etc.
Q: Do Gynecologist/Obstetrician treat infertility in women?
A: Gynaecologist/obstetrician can treat infertility in women. They diagnose the reason for infertility and provide appropriate treatment such as prescribing hormonal pills, medicines to stimulate ovulation, antibiotics to cure the infection, and even procedures such as in-vitro fertilisation.
Q: How often should females visit a Gynecologist/Obstetrician?
A: Females should visit a gynaecologist/obstetrician at least once a year to check their reproductive health by undergoing basic procedures such as Pap smear, blood tests, pelvic exam, tests for sexually transmitted infections, or breast examination.