Women's Health

Gynecology

Gynecology is the medical science that deals with the female reproductive system. A gynecologist diagnosis and treats disorders related to reproductive system of women, such as uterus, ovaries, vagina, etc. Many people confuse gynecology with obstetrics. Obstetrics is another filed of medical practice in which the doctors provide natal, pre-natal and post-natal care to women as well as carry operative process during delivery.

Most of the doctors acquire training in both gynecology and obstetrics simultaneously and they are called as Obstetrician Gynecologists (OB/GYN). There are some countries where training of gynecology and obstetrics are overlapped and the doctors need not have a separate training for the two.

Duties and Responsibilities of Gynecologists:

  • Gynecologists have to diagnose the patients and identify their problems from the diagnostic tests as well as note down the symptoms patients are experiencing
  • Conduct research and examine the symptoms to give proper medications and dosage assistance to the patients
  • Keep a track of the progress shown by the patients during the treatment process
  • Suggest alternative treatments in case there is no health progress
  • Perform surgeries in case of chronic and serious reproductive disorders
  • They also provide health care assistance to the pregnant women in prenatal, natal and postnatal care
  • They provide dietary tips and conduct regular examinations for pregnant women
  • They are the whole and sole of the entire delivery process and also provide healthcare tips for the babies
  • They perform surgeries during the delivery if necessary
  • Provide all types of consulting help related to women's reproductive system
  • Maintain reports of the patients that can help them in future treatments
  • Refer patients to other specialists in case the disease is related to some other medical problem
  • Consult with other doctors and take their help in the treatment process
  • Give alternate treatments options to the patients and help them understand the exact process of treatment concerned to their disease
  • Conduct conferences and seminars related to health management and dietary plans for women

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