Consultant Obstetrics & Gynaecology
M.D. Obstetrics & Gynaecology
6+ Years of patient care experience
5+ Years of patient care experience
From youth to menopause, Normal women can experience many health challenges and issues unique to their gender, including pregnancy and miracle of birth. Gynecology focuses on diseases specific to women and girls, particularly those with reproductive system condition.
Thyroid Disorders- The imbalance of production of thyroid hormone by thyroid glands leads to Thyroid Disease. When the thyroid gland makes too much hormone, Our body consumes energy quickly. This imbalance is called hyperthyroidism. Using energy quite fast will make you tired, Your heartbeat became faster, and it uses all the energy. On the other side, if the thyroid gland makes fewer hormones, then the imbalance is called hypothyroidism. Having less thyroid hormone can make us feel tired, we might gain weight, we may even be unable to cope with cold temperatures.
Menstruation Disorders- Patients with irregular menstruation or heavy periods, Our top gynecologists Doctor and Lady gynecologist will be able to help you via gynaecologist consultation for any of your problems and give you a proper diagnosis for any issue, delayed puberty in boys and girls, be it an early period, brown period blood, any other unusual menstrual cycle problems or brown discharge before periods. A women's health specialist or Gynecologist can also help identify the cause of menstrual pain and advise proper medication and treatment accordingly.
Abnormal Vaginal Discharge- Abnormal, smelly vaginal discharge, whitish, waterish, or could be a sign of infection.
Pain or Bleeding after Sex- This sign and symptom indicate some underlying problem. Make sure to consult a Lady Gynecologist about post-coital pain as soon as possible.
Physical problems in genitalia- Should see a doctor when Conditions such as abnormal genitalia in children.
Missed Periods- Our top gynecologists can help you with accurate diagnosis and course of action.
Breast Abnormalities- Our gynecology doctors can suggest breast self-examinations, which, when done properly, can help you detect breast abnormalities.
Planning Pregnancy/ Family Planning- Our experts suggest healthy lifestyle changes that'll help you conceive without any complications.
Health & Hygiene Advice- Periodic testing for women is important for a healthy lifestyle. Sprint Medical Our best gynecologist doctors advise on how to maintain hygiene and prevent diseases.
Once you have decided that you will consult with one of our Top Gynecologist, You don't need to actively look for a gynecologist near me and follow below step by step procedure for the Consultation.
Book Gynecologist appointment Online with options from Best Super Speciality Gynecologist Doctors.
Get Online Doctor Consultation or with Nurse assisted E-Clinics in your city.
Our Trained Nurse will collect your reports. They will explain your treatment plan and will guide you to understand your prescription.
We will be in touch to effectively follow up on your progress.
If you are from Allahabad and want to get the best consultation call our number.
To access the possible infections, your gynaecologist may use gloves to check your vulva or the vagina. Other than this, your gynaecologist may use a device called a speculum to examine your vagina. Other than slight pressure, you wouldn't feel any pain during these medical procedures.
Your gynecologist would not take more than 10 to 15 minutes.
Ideally, you should visit your gynecologist at least once a year.
Yes! You can go to the gynecologist for assessing any abnormal menstrual cycles.
Yes! Gynecologists would do breast examinations.
Yes! It's just a normal body reaction to pelvic examinations and these reactions don't mean that you are aroused by the medical professional.
You can do as you wish. But generally, doctors are not concerned about your pubic hair as it isn't a health concern.
For women, it is better to start regular gynecologist visits between the ages of 13 and 15.
You can detect any pelvic infections, STIs (Sexually Transmitted Diseases), abnormal menstrual cycles or unusual discharges.
Women should have at least one pelvic exam every year.
You can have an STI test (especially for syphilis, gonorrhea and chlamydia) at least once a year.
Though most of the bumps may be normal, in rare cases they can be signs of infections or skin cancer. So, it's better to examine your bumps down there with a gynecologist.
If you had unprotected sex, you should take emergency contraceptives and immediately get your STI test done.
Vaginal discharge is normal for women unless it causes itching or burning sensations. Other than this, you should also look out for abnormal vaginal discharge textures and odors with your gynecologist.
Yes! Sex is safe during your periods.
There is a natural odor to the vagina due to vaginal discharge and healthy bacteria around it. You should be only concerned if your vagina carries any unpleasant or foul odors.
Itching, burning sensations, rashes, redness, and swelling in your vulva indicate a yeast infection.
You can take your pregnancy test, after 21 days of unprotected sex or the first day you missed your period.
It can be due to vaginal dryness, chemical irritants, yeast infections or bacterial vaginosis. It's better to consult your gynecologist in case of an itchy vulva.
Your libido can be low due to mental health issues like anxiety or depression, sexual problems like vaginal dryness and also it can be due to hormonal imbalances. If you struggle with libido, you can visit your gynecologist or sexual health counselor for knowing your issues better.
Painful sex can be due to various illnesses like endometriosis, fibroids, cystitis, irritable bowel syndrome, adenomyosis, fibroids, ovarian cysts or haemorrhoids.
Yes! But it's still a rare case. Also, the weight gained is due to water retention and not extra fats.
It's mostly due to unprotected sex, women catch STIs.