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What Does an OBGYN Do and When Should You See One? Here's What You Should Know!

>> Oct 18, 2017



An OBGYN is also known as obstetrician-gynecologist who is having specialization in women's health. The female body experiences many biological changes since their childhood like menstruation, childbirth, menopause and many others. OBGYN take care of all these things and provide treatment and guidance related to these issues and much more.
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What is the meaning of OBGYN?

An OBGYN has expertise in woman reproductive organ, childbirth, and pregnancy.  Some of them also offer general health care that is provided by a general physician. The primary focus of OBGYN is on female reproductive health.

They take care of a woman during pregnancy and till the baby is born.
Along with that, they do a screening of cancer, perform surgery and treat infection for urinary tract or pelvic organ problems.

Meaning of Obstetrics

It is the medicine branch that is related to surgical and medical care during, before and after a woman gives birth to a baby. Its principal focus area is to care and maintain the overall health of a woman during maternity. Obstetrics includes following aspects:

a)   Pregnancy
b)   Childbirth
c)   Postpartum period
d)   Labor

Conditions treated by OBGYN

OBGYN treat and evaluate a wide variety of situations. Procedures and advice may depend upon the age, health, and reproductive system. Following are the conditions that are treated by OBGYN:

a)   Abnormal bleeding
b)   Pelvic pain
c)   Genital itching
d)   Endometriosis
e)   Breast disorders
f)    Urinary incontinence
g)   Vaginal infection or Urinary tract
h)   Breast disorders
i)     Infertility

When you need an OBYGN?

 As it is said, "Prevention is better than cure." So, the best way to reduce any significant risk and fix that at the right time is to prevent it. If you feel you are healthy and do not have any significant issues, you should still go for a checkup once in a year.

When you go for a visit to a doctor, she or he may perform various types of evaluations, lab tests. Your age is a crucial factor to tell the doctor which tests suits you. In addition to a general annual checkup, you should visit the doctor when a change in your reproductive system occurs. These changes include pregnancy, menopause, perimenopause.

Unusual changes

Sometimes, these changes are unusual, unexpected or abnormal like pain during urination, pain during intercourse, and strange cramping.  If you are planning to get pregnant, then, in that case, OBYGN helps you in planning your pregnancy, can treat infertility, advice you on a diet, counsel you on breastfeeding. If you are experiencing lot of pain during, before or after menstruation, they can provide treatment for abnormal or irregular bleeding, mood swings, cysts or fibroids, pelvic support problems etc. If you are going through menopause, they can offer you treatment like hormone replacement therapy, incontinence, hot flashes, vaginal dryness, a low libido and much more. For detail information, you can visit here obgynnearme.pro.

When you visit OBGYN, you need to speak out about your problem openly. You need to share your issues with them without any hesitation. If you provide them every detail, then only they would be able to guide and treat you appropriately. 

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