Return consultation within 30 days: £40
TIME LENGTH: 20-30 MIN
When to look for a gynecology appointment?
The ideal is to start monitoring a little before or right after the first menstruation and then maintain the frequency indicated by the doctor. The recommendation is for the consultation to take place at least once a year, along with tests that help to identify some more serious diseases early, such as Pap smears, to screen for cervical cancers, and mammography, to prevent the breast cancer. Regular monitoring should be continued even after menopause.
In addition to regular consultations, it is important to seek medical attention for symptoms such as menstrual changes, excessive bleeding, unusual menstrual cramps, genital discharge, abdominal pain and breast lumps.
Gynaecology is concerned with the well-being and health of the female reproductive organs and the ability to reproduce.
Among the main illnesses treated by Gynecology are:
- Breast and genital tumors (uterus, cervix, ovary, vulva and tubes);
- Endometrial polyps;
- Family planning;
- Female infertility;
- Ovarian cysts;
- Pelvic adhesions;
- Pelvic inflammatory disease;
- Polycystic ovary;
- Uterine fibroids;
- Uterine hyperplasia (increased thickness of the inner wall of the uterus).