General gynecological care involves regular screening and comprehensive clinical examinations of women to detect or rule out the presence of gynecological conditions. Although the symptoms of various gynecological conditions may be common, they may be due to different causes and thus, require specific treatment strategies. It is, therefore, important to consult the best gynecologist for an appropriate diagnosis and management.
Patients with gynecological problems experience symptoms such as abnormal vaginal bleeding, pain in the pelvis and abdomen, frequent or painful urination, menstrual cramps, bleeding between the menstrual cycle or after menopause, and increased vaginal discharge.
A detailed discussion with gynecologists assists in diagnosing or detecting the risk of several gynecological conditions and developing appropriate treatment and prevention strategies. These include family medical history, medical history, unusual symptoms, such as weight gain, menstrual cycle, sexual history, lifestyle, pregnancy, reduced libido, and use of contraceptives.