5 Common Gynecological Problems and Their Treatments

A woman’s body undergoes many physical and psychological changes at every phase of her life. Mainly, her reproductive system comes across many changes. Hence, every woman will have to face the gynecological problems once in a lifetime. With the change in time and modern changes in science, there are treatments available for many or every gynecological problem. Consulting a gynecologist from time to time helps a woman to lead a healthy and pleasant life.

There is a dynamic change in a woman's lifestyle seen during past years. It has also led to many of the gynecological problems, whereas; some problems that were not previously defined. Being a woman, you may also face some of the gynecological problems. Some of them might be common whereas, some of them might be unique from others. In any case, consulting a gynecologist and having treatment within time will help you the most.  

Some of the women tend to take the gynecological symptoms very lightly or feel uncomfortable to talk about it. It results in further severe gynecological problems. Every woman should always have a fair idea about which of the gynecological problems are normal and which of them needs to be treated or at least be consulted with a doctor. 

Dr. S. N. Mohanty, one of the best gynecologists in Bhubaneswar, advises women to have a regular consultation with gynecologists regarding their reproductive system. It will help the women to know their bodies better and react as soon as they feel any unusual symptoms in their bodies.

The following are the 5 most common gynecological problems and treatments recommended by the doctors.

Every woman should be aware of the common gynecological problems and have a fair idea about how they can be diagnosed and treated so that they do not get panicked if they encounter with any of them.
1.    Irregular menstruation cycle

Irregular menstruation cycle is the most common gynecological problem faced by the women. Commonly, the menstruation cycle of a female varies from 26 days to 32 days and they bleed from 5 to 6 days normally. Some of the women experience delay or sometimes, early menstruation cycle.

This irregularity in intervals in their menstruation days leads to major problems in their life. Mostly, they cause problems in conceiving as the ovulation days are not fixed. If you are experiencing any of these problems, then contact your gynecologists. A medication course prescribed by him will help you to treat your irregular menstruation cycle.  

2.    Irregular menstrual blood flow

A woman commonly experiences menstruation blood flow for 5 to 6 days of her period duration. The quantity of blood flow during this period is 4 ounces that are 8 tablespoons. Some women normally feel heavy bleeding on 2nd day and lower bleeding in preceding or following days of periods. Some of the women might feel heavier bleeding than normal for more than two days or some of them might experience a heavier feeling for more than 4 days.

With heavier bleeding, some women also feel blood clots with cramping from normal to severe. These cases need an urgent consultation with a gynecologist. If you have a heavier bleeding problem along with severe cramps, then the gynecologist will give you some medication and if needed, will recommend your surgery to regulate your bleeding.  

3.    Vaginal irritation

Most of the females, who are going through their reproductive years, face the problem of vaginal irritation. The reason behind their vaginal irritation is the growing vaginal yeast or bacteria. Research says that most of the women will experience vaginal irritation once in their lifetime. The yeast cells that live in the vagina overgrow due to some reasons that irritate. The main reason behind this can be pregnancy, uncontrolled sugar, and the use of birth controlled pills or over the use of antibiotics.

Other reasons for vaginal irritation by yeast overgrowth are poor ventilation due to tight clothing, perfumed feminine hygiene sprays. Most of the time, the vaginal yeast is treated with the help of prescribed medicines and does not need any major treatment.  

4.    Uterine fibroids

Uterine fibroids are muscles or tissues that grow abnormally around or inside the uterus. Uterine fibroids are non-cancerous muscles or tissues, but in some cases, if larger are the matters of concern. The common symptoms of uterine fibroids are heavy menstrual bleeding, pain in the lower abdomen, frequent urination, the problem in urinating, etc. Most of the times doctor treat the fibroids with prescribed drugs, but in some cases, they will recommend you the surgery.

5.    Endometriosis

At the end of the periods, a woman has bleeding at some point. The bleeding is not heavy, but a slight drop of blood can be seen. It is the discharge of a tissue called endometrium or menstrual fluid from inside the uterus. Sometimes, there is a problem in tissue lining and cause inflammation or swelling. It may lead to severe pain. If the symptoms are mild, the doctor will recommend you some medications rather than major treatment. 

These are some of the common gynecological problems faced by a woman in their reproductive years. If these common problems are left unseen or unconcluded, then they sometimes may cause difficult health issues for females. Sometimes, if unattended, it may cause a woman's death. Dr. S. N. Mohanty, one of the best gynecologists, gives the best treatment for the various problems caused to females.