Gynecology is a branch of medicine that studies the physiological and pathological states of the female reproductive system at every age. Apart from obstetrics, which deals with the physiology and pathology of pregnancy, this field of medicine studies diseases of the female urogenital sphere: diagnosis, treatment, prevention.

A gynecologist's consultation is a necessary procedure for maintaining women's health and preventing diseases. Increased attention to one's female health is particularly important during life stages such as puberty, pregnancy, and menopause. During these stages, the female body is most vulnerable and requires special care.

By visiting the gynecologists at the EVIMED Clinic, you receive a comprehensive range of services, including highly qualified assistance from experienced doctors, a friendly atmosphere, state-of-the-art medical equipment, and an individualized approach to diagnosis and treatment based on the latest scientific achievements.

  • When is it necessary to consult a specialist?

    The level of medical development allows for the prevention or early detection of gynecological diseases for their most effective treatment. Self-treatment in this field is unacceptable and can cause irreparable harm to the female body.

    A preventive gynecological examination at least twice a year is a measure that significantly reduces the risk of developing serious female body diseases. Timely consultation with a specialist can preserve a woman's health and detect diseases at the earliest possible stage. This is necessary to not overlook asymptomatic disorders that lead to serious diseases. For example, cervical erosion often goes unnoticed by the woman, yet this condition can often become one of the factors in the development of cervical cancer.

    All manipulations are performed with disposable instruments, preventing the penetration of infection into the woman’s body.

  • Also, it is necessary to consult a gynecologist if:

    • You experience lower abdominal pain;
    • Your menstrual cycle has become irregular, menstruation is more intense, frequent, heavy, or conversely, rare, scanty, or has stopped altogether;
    • You cannot get pregnant for 1 year or more, although you are not using contraception and are sexually active;
    • You need to choose methods of contraception to prevent unwanted pregnancy;
    • You experience itching, burning in the genital organs, discharge has changed color, odor;
    • During menopause, you experience unpleasant sensations: dryness, burning, hot flashes, a sharp increase in blood pressure, etc.

    At the appointment, the gynecologist will inquire about your symptoms and complaints and examine any medical documentation you have. The specialist will conduct a gynecological examination. If necessary, the doctor will use modern diagnostic equipment, which allows for a thorough and comprehensive assessment of the internal organs, detection of diseases, and prescription of further treatment. Also, during the appointment, the gynecologist may take a smear and prescribe additional examinations.

  • What falls within the scope of a gynecologist’s activities?

    • All types of menstrual cycle disorders: frequent, painful, heavy, scanty, irregular menstruations;
    • All types of inflammatory diseases of the genital organs;
    • Diseases of the cervix, vagina, and vulva (including dysplasia, leukoplakia, ectopy, kraurosis, etc.);
    • Formations of the ovaries, uterus, cervix, vagina, and vulva (fibroids, cysts, polyps, etc.);
    • Diseases of the endometrium (hyperplasia, polyps);
    • Chronic pelvic pain syndrome;
    • Pain during sexual intercourse;
    • Pregnancy planning, infertility treatment;
    • Selection of contraception method;
    • Early termination of pregnancy (up to 12 weeks);
    • Treatment of menopausal syndrome, urinary incontinence.
  • What does a gynecologist not deal with?

    Often patients come to the gynecologist with problems that are solved by other doctors.

    Cystitis, urethritis - these are diseases of the urinary tract, and there is a special profile doctor who deals with the diagnosis and treatment of such diseases - a urologist.

    Moles, pigmented spots, basal cell carcinomas, anogenital warts, as well as systemic diseases manifesting, including changes in the skin in the perineum area: eczema, psoriasis, scleroderma, scabies - all these fall within the competence of a dermatologist.

    Diagnosis of sexually transmitted diseases: syphilis, gonorrhea - can be carried out by a gynecologist, but for treatment, the patient is referred to a dermatovenerologist.

    Focal formations of the mammary glands (fibroadenoma) are usually detected by a gynecologist, but treatment is carried out by an oncologist-mammologist.

    Oncological diseases of the genital organs are also treated by an oncologist.

    At the Evimed clinic, experienced gynecologists who have the necessary knowledge and experience for the diagnosis and treatment of both inflammatory diseases of the female genital organs and the resolution of problems of gynecological endocrinology are available.

Specialists in the Field

Larisa Gennadiyevna Khavlyuk
Larisa Gennadiyevna Khavlyuk