General Overview of Gynecological Consultation

Gynecological consultation at Gynae Clinic Singapore is a routine examination carried out by a gynecologist to examine health and identify diseases and infections in the female reproductive system. This examination also includes examining the ability of fertilization of the egg, as well as examinations in the stages before pregnancy, during pregnancy, and at birth. This type of consultation is believed to be very important along with the increased risk of diseases in women, such as sexually transmitted diseases. Nearly one million women in the United States have contracted inflammation of the groin and about 5 million women who are of childbearing age are pregnant, ie at the age of 15-49 years, have contracted endometriosis (the appearance of inflamed tissue in the uterus). Gynecological cancer, such as uterine cancer, also has the potential to kill thousands of women each year, even if the cancer is treated quickly or prevented by regular consultation and examination.

The doctor who carries out the consultation is called a gynecologist. Sometimes, gynecologists are also referred to as obstetricians, but actually the two are different. Although they both receive intensive medical training in the field of the human reproductive system, the field of midwifery is broader. Obstetrics experts handle care during pregnancy and before pregnancy, even until birth. While gynecologists are allowed to help women to be more prepared and comfortable during pregnancy. When a woman is pregnant, the woman will then be given a referral to an obstetrician. However, more than 85% of gynecologists can also practice midwifery, which means that gynecologists can also help at birth.

Gynecological consultation is recommended for women who have been infected or are believed to be suffering from diseases that affect the female reproductive system such as the uterus, uterus, and ovaries. Consultation may also be needed as a gynecological examination, including the chest, groin, abdomen, vagina, uterus, rectum, and other parts that can also affect the appearance of symptoms of the disease that affects the female reproductive system.

Ronna Campoli

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