Gynecology is the branch of science that deals with the diseases,problems and treatment of the reproductive organs. A condition which affects the female reproductive organs is known as a gynecological disorder. The problems with breasts and organs in the abdominal and pelvic area including the ovaries, Fallopian tubes, vagina, uterus and vulva come under gynecological problems.
Nyle Woman’s and Children’s Super Specialty Hospital is one of the Best Hospital in Kerala providing Treatment for Gynecological Problems.
The common gynecological problems includes,
- Pelvic – Inflammatory Diseases
- Pelvic – Organ Prolapse
- Bladder – Infection
- HPV – Related Diseases
Pelvic organ prolapse is the displacement of the organs of the pelvic from their usual position or from the attachment area. This mainly happens due to the weakening of muscles in the pelvic floor or due to any internal damage.
Menopause is stage of life of a woman that happen normally. a woman is said to be entered in the stage of menopause, if her last menstrual cycle had happened before 12 months. Menopause means the end of fertility. This normally happens at the age of 51. But because of the changing lifestyle, nowadays this menopause seems to happen at the age of 40 in some cases. So in such cases this became an gynecological problem..
Endometriosis is a condition in which the tissues lining the uterus, will grown outside the uterus. This tissues are known as endometrium. This is really painful and is affected to woman at their 30s or 40s.
Woman’s urethra get infected faster by the bacteria present in the anus. If the infection is not treated at the right time, then it will became chronic and will create serious issues damaging the kidney.
Fibroids are tumors that get created in the female reproductive system. The main symptom of fibroids is painful bleeding while menstruation. Fibroids are non-cancerous and its size will range from small to large.
HPV or Human papilloma virus is a group of virus that affects the moist membranes that lines the body. HPV is highly contagious in nature and will transmit through sexual contact. This can even leads to cervical cancer.