Gynecology and Obstetrics is a medical specialty, i.e. a branch that covers the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases affecting the reproductive system, for all women in every age. This specialty includes two branches:
Gynecology – covering the care, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the female reproductive system. The etymological word comes from the Greek word “gynaikos” which means – woman and logia – science, so in literal translation it means science for woman.
Obstetrics – as a science and as a clinical branch, deals with human reproduction. Through quality perinatal care, this medical specialty promotes the health and well-being of a pregnant woman and her fetus. This discipline includes adequate recognition and treatment of complications, birth control, initial care for the newborn and management in the puerperal. The postpartum care promotes health and provides family planning options.
Why is it important to visit a gynecologist?
Because every woman is unique in all respects and what nature has given us we need to preserve and nurture.
So one of the ways to take care of women’s health is to visit a gynecologist. Regular gynecological examinations make it possible to preserve reproductive health as well as promote health and lead a healthier life.
Namely, a visit to a gynecologist does not mean that an examination should always be done. In the field of gynecology, you can always get accurate information and get health advice on both reproductive health and general health.
When is the most ideal time to have a gynecological examination for the first time?
Ideally, the first gynecological examination will be from the age of 13 to 15, where the girl will be introduced to and adequately informed about the normal functions of the female body, from the menstrual cycle to the overall education of reproductive health.
Of course there are many other clinical entities when it can occur earlier.
Namely, regular gynecological examinations mean, at least once a year, to book a gynecological examination, even when you do not have any problems, and if you have, to come at the fastest time interval.
Many see the examination as unpleasant, ashamed but also overwhelmed by the fear of the examination itself. That’s why every examination starts with a conversation. The conversation overcomes many stigmas about the examination itself, and the gynecologist will answer all your questions and explain everything you care about. Namely, the conversation provides important data on the general condition of the patient, so once the patient has relaxed and gained confidence and feels ready, the examination will be performed.
Namely, establishing a trusted and friendly relationship between the gynecologist and the patient is one of the most important things we pay particular attention to at One Hospital.
The general hospital, One Hospital and the highly qualified staff in the field of gynecology and obstetrics work diligently, following the latest trends in the field of diagnostic and therapeutic modalities.
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Gynecological examination, health advice
3D/4D echo in gynecology
Blood vessel Doppler Diagnostics
Prenatal Cardiotocography (CTG)
Psychophysical preparation for childbirth
Screening for precancerous changes in the cervix (PAP test, HPV typing)
Diagnostic procedures and/or treatment of abnormal PAP test results, benign and malignant diseases of the genital tract
Screening, diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases
Tests and treatment of infertility/sterility
Pre-conception counseling, as well as genetic counseling for patients with medical problems that may affect pregnancy and fetus
4D and 3D ultrasound in pregnancy
Monitoring of normal and risky pregnancy
Monitoring of multiple pregnancy
Family planning and protection against unwanted pregnancy, contraceptive advices
Spiral insertion and removal
Cervix biopsy with colposcopy
Endocervical curettage with colposcopy
Polypectomy with colposcopy
Clinical examination of the breast
Gestational Diabetes Test
Treatment of menstrual dysfunction and postmenopause
Conservative treatment of chronic pelvic pain and pelvic inflammatory disease
Hormone replacement therapy
Screening for anomalies in the 1st (first trimester): (US, biochemical analysis, risk calculation)
US second trimester anomaly screening – Fetus screening (18-23) GS
Application of vaginal delivery
HPV vaccine advice
Test for preterm delivery
Blown amnion test
Diagnosing and monitoring complex obstetric conditions
Diagnosis of fetal and placental anomalies