Gynecological Department

Gynecology is a field of medicine that studies the anatomical, physiological, physical characteristics of the female body at different age periods, diseases of the female reproductive system, methods of their prevention, diagnosis and treatment. In addition, the gynecologist helps the woman in family planning and selection of contraception.

The gynecologists of our clinic actively adhere to the principles of evidence-based medicine. We are guided exclusively by the recommendations of the world gadlines (FIGO, RCOG, ACOG, ESHRE, etc.).
It means that:
– we do not treat tests, but treat the disease;
– we do not treat the norm;
– we do not make non-existent or outdated diagnoses (cervical erosion, breast mastopathy, etc.);
– we do not prescribe unnecessary tests or treatment regimens of 3 or more drugs;
– we actively advocate disease prevention.

It is extremely important for every woman to visit a gynecologist at least once a year for a preventive examination and passing the necessary tests.

Goncharenko Anna Olegovna

Obstetrician-gynecologist

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Initial
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How is a gynecologist’s consultation going?

Initial consultation includes:

  • discussion of the purpose of the visit, collection of complaints
  • examination of the external genital organs
  • examination of the cervix in the mirrors
  • pH meter
  • analysis of u / g smear for microflora
  • bimanual examination of internal genital organs
  • examination and palpation of the mammary glands.

In some cases, additional methods may be required, namely

– Colposcopy.

Examination of the cervix with a colposcope (optical instrument). This method makes it possible to assess the presence of defects in the cervical tissue.

Liquid cytology (PAP test).

This method is used to screen for cervical cancer, so it must be done once a year. It also allows you to assess the presence of diseases and damage to the cervix.

Ultrasound of the pelvic organs / ultrasound of the mammary gland

When to visit a gynecologist?

A visit to a gynecologist can be for prophylaxis (at least once a year), an unscheduled visit in the presence of complaints, in the direction of another specialist (traumatologist, endocrinologist, therapist, mammologist).

1) Routine preventive examination:

  • women of reproductive age
  • at least once every six months with a permanent sexual partner and no complaints
  • women of menopausal age
  • once a year
  • the postpartum period
  • 2 months after childbirth.

2) An unscheduled visit when the following symptoms appear:

  • irregular monthly cycle
  • intermenstrual bleeding
  • heavy and prolonged menstruation
  • itching, burning, pain in the vagina
  • pathological discharge with an unpleasant odor
  • pain during intercourse
  • rashes on the external genital organs
  • painful periods

It is also necessary to visit a gynecologist in case of:

  • planning pregnancy
  • positive pregnancy test
  • the beginning of sexual activity
  • menopause
  • first menstruation
  • inability to get pregnant naturally
  • unprotected intercourse with a new partner

How to prepare for a visit to a gynecologist?

If this is a routine examination, it is best to sign up for the first phase of the cycle (after the end of menstruation). For 2-3 days, it is not recommended to put vaginal suppositories, use creams. For 1-2 days it is recommended to refrain from open sexual activity.

Experts say

Goncharenko Anna Olegovna

Obstetrician-gynecologist

Our clinic specializes in the following diseases:

  • Menstrual irregularities
  • Amenorrhea
  • Dysmenorrhea
  • PCOS
  • Ovarian cyst
  • Endometrial hyperplasia
  • Premenstrual syndrome
  • Climacteric syndrome
  • Endometrial / cervical polyps
  • Diseases of the cervix (dysplasia, cervicitis)
  • Sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
  • Inflammatory diseases of the uterus, tubes, ovaries
  • Myoma of the uterus
  • Endometriosis
  • Vaginosis / vaginitis (aerobic vaginitis, bacterial vaginosis, candidal vaginitis)
  • Descent of the vaginal / uterine walls
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Miscarriage

Why us?

24 hours a day, 7 days a week

The inpatient service of the Clinic hospitalizes patients with acute stroke and other emergency conditions around the clock.

Highly qualified doctors

Specialists in the field of neurology and neurosurgery with practical experience and training in leading medical centers in Europe and the USA.

All necessary diagnostics

Laboratory and instrumental studies, including neuroradiological (CT, MRI, PET, SPECT and others), as well as functional diagnostics of the nervous system (EMG, video-EEG monitoring, polysomnography, and others).