What are gynecological consultations?

Consulta ginecológica

Gynecological consultations are those where a specialist helps to take care of the health status of every woman, these should be done frequently to detect some diseases in time and begin with the appropriate treatment as soon as possible.

These types of consultations are usually postponed because there are no symptoms or abnormal signs that should be addressed, but should be considered as a preventive measure.

There is no set age to visit the gynecologist for the first time, but from the beginning of sexual intercourse they should go to a consultation at least once a year.

During the first consultation a clinical history should be performed, so the gynecologist will ask you questions about your sexuality and can perform an examination to observe the uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries.

4 most frequent gynecological consultations

There are situations in which a woman goes to a consultation with the gynecologist, some of them are:

  1. Fertility

The menstrual cycle is a particular case for each woman and during this one there may be changes that create the idea of ​​being pregnant, the most common cause is the absence of the rule.  Those women who are trying to achieve a pregnancy and want to know the days when they are more fertile or if their health status allows them to get pregnant also usually come.

  1. Pregnancy control

For women who are pregnant these consultations allow them to have a better control of the phases of pregnancy, attend to the symptoms, and know the sex of the baby and the types of births. 

During these visits all doubts can be resolved to lead a healthy pregnancy, where you are happy and calm waiting for your baby.

  1. Vaginal infections

Vaginal infections can affect women of all ages, with some symptoms that cause discomfort, such as itching or burning, but there are those who do not usually notice.

Any strange change you notice is important to see a specialist to give you the necessary care, to detect if it is an infection or a sexually transmitted disease.

  1. Contraceptive methods

Using contraceptive methods help prevent sexually transmitted diseases and unwanted pregnancies.  The gynecologist provides information on the different types of contraceptives and their uses.

Among the most used are the preservative, birth control pills, patches, the IUD.  There are many others that can be used, but depending on your age and lifestyle you should choose the one that best suits your needs.

Do you need to perform a gynecological consultation?  Go to our clinic and make a consultation with our gynecologists

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