Gynecology information and locations in Mexico
Gynecology deals with the diagnosis and care of the female reproductive organs, including issues
related to menstruation, fertility, urinary tract infections, as well as sexual discomfort, and
sexually transmitted infections.
Gynecologists have to train for eight years before being granted their qualifications, most
gynecologists are also trained in the field of obstetrics, meaning that they are also skilled in
prenatal care and postnatal care. These are known as “ob-gyn” (obstetrician-gynecologist).
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Pap and HPV test
A Pap test and HPV test help find abnormal cell changes in the cervix that could lead to
cervical cancer or viruses like the human papillomavirus which is the principal cause of
cervical cancer. During the test, you’ll lie down on your back and with your feet in supports.
The gynecologist places a metal speculum in the vagina that separates the walls and facilitates
access to the cervix. Then, using a spatula takes one or two small samples of cells from the
cervix. The samples are sent to a lab to be tested. Usually takes two to three weeks to get the
results, the specialist can send them to your e-mail.
A colposcopy is a test used to help diagnose genital warts, cervicitis, and precancerous cells
in the cervix, vagina, and vulva. As with a pap and HPV test, the gynecologist will place a
speculum to keep the vaginal walls open. Then, the doctor will wash the cervix with a vinegar
solution to facilitate the location of abnormal cells. Next will look into the cervix through
the colposcope. If the doctor finds abnormal cells will collect a small sample of tissue that
will be sent to testing. Usually takes two to three weeks to get the results, the specialist can
send them to your e-mail.
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Routine and annual checkup
An ob-gyn can provide preventive care from the moment a woman gets her first period till after
menopause as well as screenings to detect early any health issue before it becomes a serious
During a routine checkup, the gynecologist will ask questions about your period, sexual activity
and perform a series of exams like breast exam, pelvic exam, and pap test.
Irregular periods and heavy bleeding
Irregular, painful periods and heavy bleeding are not normal symptoms of menstruation.
Especially if they were regular and they have been getting worse over time. Abnormal periods can
be a symptom of eating disorders, STIs, hormonal problems, or cancer.
Unusual odor and discharge
The vagina does have a normal discharge, that keeps the genitals clean and healthy. Normal
discharge is clear to white and odorless. When the discharge changes color or the odor is too
strong maybe it’s a sign of vaginal infection.
The incontinence can be a few drops of urine to completely emptying the bladder. This can be
related to UTI, medications, pelvic floor disorders, or after childbirth.
Many women experience sexual discomfort due to vaginal dryness or pain during sex. These can be
caused by your state of mind, surgical conditions, or medical conditions like ovarian cysts or
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Disclaimer: This information does not reflect the medical advice from our clinics. All cases are different and this
treatment may not suit you. Always refer to a medical professional with the certification and experience. All of our
physicians are fully qualified to perform these procedures. For more information and diagnosis contact one of our
top specialized clinics.
In all medical procedures, there are chances of complications, the specialist will provide you detailed information
about the risks of the procedure, talk to the specialist directly.