So I recently read the book “Blueprints Obstetrics and Gynecology” and it was one of the most eye-opening books for me when it comes to clinical health for women and gynecology.
I personally have a friend who is a gynecologist bel air located (it’s somewhere in Maryland…I suck at geography!)
But anyway, they recommended this book to me and I read it and here is what i learned!
What Is Gynecology?
Gynecology is the branch that deals with the woman problems. Gynecology is a very old branch of medicine dated back to about 1800 B.C.
Still, this branch is working and introducing more and more new technologies to cure woman suffering from many different gynecological problems.
When it comes to your reproductive health, finding Dr. Right should be a priority so you can make sure every visit will not be as nerve wracking as your first. A gynecologist plays a crucial role in every woman’s life, especially when she and her spouse are starting to plan a family.
Not only do gynecologists help ensure that your reproductive organ is in optimum health, but they can also help you prevent future problems you may have, depending on your personal propensity to developing certain conditions. They will prescribe the proper screenings and recommend the best treatment and prevention options you can take to keep your reproductive system intact and healthy. A gynecologist has miracle powers; Every woman should visit her gynecologist annually. A gynecologist is a doctor, especially for women. They deal with all the gynecological problems of a woman such as pregnancy, contraceptives, pelvic problems, reproductive system, and breast cancer, etc.
Gynecology & Professionalism
When gynecologists step toward their profession, they have to complete the post graduate diploma in Obs & Gyn. After that they can do more specializations in their field.
However, A woman has to deal with gynecological problems starting from the early age of 12 or 13 when she starts her menstruation cycle then traveling through various states of her life may get pregnant, deliver children and a time comes when she goes through menopause.
Sometimes, a woman has to visit the gynecologist for other reason such as infertility, pelvic problems, cervical problems, the cancerous cyst in the uterus and much more.
The Importance of a Gynecologist
A gynecologist is very important. Every woman should have an annual visit with her gynecologist. Still, in many countries society does not consider gynecology an important factor, but they are ignorant of the importance of gynecologist. Here are some of the times when gynecologists are very important such as:
- Vaginal abnormalities
- Abnormal Menstrual Cycles
- MenopauseIt is very important to have a gynecologist because:
- Gynecologists understand women
- They can suggest healthy diet changes
- They specialize in gynecological problems
- Gynecologists specialize in healthy pregnancy and delivery of your children
- They understands the changing bodies of women and may suggest a diet plan appropriate with a women’s life cycle.
When woman Have to visit a gynecologist…
Many women dread going to the gynecologist. Many women only see the gynecologist when they are experiencing gynecological problems such as these:
- Irregular menstrual cycle
- Unusual bleeding or pain associated with her menstrual period
- If a woman has heavy periods, the gynecologist may suggest a new procedure called Nova sure.
- Annual Well Woman exams
- If a woman has abnormal pelvic pain
- Abnormal discharge
- If woman has breast pain
- A woman can visit her gynecologist for advice on her changing body and a diet plan.
The biggest takeaway I have from the book is that gynecologists add to the overall benefits of women’s health.
This is the best book I’ve read on gynecology and I really recommend you check it out!