30 Oct When Females should visit Gynecologist?
Reproductive health signifies the females have the proficiency to reproduce, have a delightful and safe sex life. A female’s reproductive system is crucial and essential system in the body. This is important to protect it from infections and injury, and prevent problems like uterine fibroids, polyps, gonorrhea etc. Protection of the reproductive system helps in preservation of overall health, when a female attains pregnancy.
Following medical conditions need the consultation of gynecologist
Infertility in females: Infertility is a problem by which a female is unable to conceive can be due to blocked fallopian tubes, uterine fibroids, etc. Nowadays, with the invention of modern techniques, the reproductive disorders can be diagnosed earlier. Thus, reproductive complications are treated and females can attain the motherhood.
Menopause problems: Due to hormonal changes and ageing, ovulation cycle ceases at a particular period of time. This medical state is known as menopause occurs after the age of 45-50. Menopause results in osteoporosis, hot flashes etc. Doctors suggest, early menopause is also a concern, hence it should be diagnosed by the doctors.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is a reproductive disorder characterized by multiple cysts in the ovary. It occurs due to hormonal imbalances in woman’s can cause irregular menstrual cycle. Thus females are unable to conceive in majority of the cases.
Advise of Dr. Rita Bakshi for Healthy Reproductive Cycle
Dr. Rita Bakshi is a highly qualified doctor completed her degree of gynecology and obstetrics from Safdargunj hospital has an experience of more than 34 years. According to Dr. Rita Bakshi diet has a remarkable role in maintaining reproductive system healthy. She advises to avoid fast foods as additives and preservatives are added in much amount in it. Instead of it, she suggests her patients to consume green leafy vegetables, fruits, nuts and protein-rich foods to maintain healthy reproductive cycle.