Normal vaginal delivery is the childbirth process which takes place without any form of medical intervention. To alleviate the pain and speed up the delivery process medications might be used nowadays. All in all, a normal delivery is a completely natural delivery of a baby by the mother without any medical intervention.
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder prevalent among women of reproductive age. Women with this syndrome may have infrequent or prolonged menstrual periods or excess male hormone (androgen) levels. The ovaries might develop several small collections of fluid (follicles) and fail to regularly release eggs.
The doctor needs to discuss your medical history with you and may decide to perform cervical cultures or blood tests to prove that there are no infections that would limit your ability to conceive. Information about previous pregnancies, menstrual history, contraceptive use, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), Pap smears, vaginal infections should be taken because STDs and vaginal infections may affect a woman's ability to conceive.
Bimanual pelvic exam. The following tests and procedures may be used for screeningof cervical cancer:HPV test. This testing is done on a sample of cells taken from the woman’s cervix. The sample taken here is also used for Pap Test. The sample taken is tested for the strains of HPV which are most commonly linked to cervical cancer.
With time, age and events such as pregnancy and child birth, the internal and external structure of the vagina can be effected, causing changes in both its appearance and physical response to stimulus. Cosmetic gynecology helps to make improvements to either the physical appearance or function of the vagina and labia. In most cases, both goals are accomplished simultaneously. The outcomes of cosmetic gynecology could improve the enjoyment of sexual activities, while also rejuvenating the genitals to make the body appear younger or more aesthetically-pleasing. There are various forms of Cosmetic Gynaecological procedures.
Breast lump: If doctor find a breast lump by feeling or looking at breast and it is difficult to determine by examination whether the lump is caused by the breast cancer, it should be evaluated by the doctor that whether it needs any further testing. It is seen that more or less 90% breast lumps in women in the age group of 20 to 50 are not cancerous.