Dr. Najla CK is now available at Haspatal App.
Dr. Najla CK treats gynecological and pediatric cases. Over the past 8 years, she has treated patients with such cases.
What is Gynecology?
Women’s reproductive health is the focus of a gynecologist’s practice. Gynecologists diagnose and treat diseases affecting female reproductive systems. Among these organs are the uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, and breasts. Any woman suffering from female organ problems can seek the help of a gynecologist.
What does a Gynecologist do and when should you visit one?
Pelvic examinations, Pap tests, cancer screenings, and diagnosis and treatment for vaginal infections are among the reproductive and sexual health treatments provided by gynaecologists. Endometriosis, infertility, ovarian cysts, and pelvic discomfort are among the reproductive system illnesses they identify and treat. Obstetricians are gynaecologists who provide treatment throughout pregnancy and childbirth. An OB-GYN is a gynaecologist who also specialises in obstetrics.
Following are some of the reasons for which you might need to visit a gynecologist:
- It’s essential to see your gynaecologist on a frequent basis to keep your reproductive health in check. Your gynaecologist may use this appointment to test for concerns including cervical or breast cancer, depending on your health history and age. You can also question the gynaecologist about reproductive health issues like birth contraception at your well appointment.
- Lower belly pain, often known as pelvic pain, might indicate an issue with the reproductive organs. Menstrual cramps, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, and ectopic pregnancy are all common causes of pelvic discomfort.
- If you notice changes in your monthly period, such as unusual discomfort or bleeding, you should see a gynaecologist. Your gynaecologist can help you figure out if you’re going through menopause if you’re in your 40s or 50s. Gynecologists can also assist you with pregnancy-related inquiries, such as how to avoid becoming pregnant and what to do if you suspect you are pregnant.
- A gynaecologist can determine the source of an odd discharge or odour and provide therapy.
What can you expect from a Gynecologist when you visit one?
Gynecological visits are determined by the circumstances of the patient and the reason for the visit. But some common key points that are worth remembering at any visit to the Gynecologist are:
- A truthful assessment of your medical conditions and lifestyle provides the Gynecologist with a greater understanding of your condition, allowing them to better assist you.
- A Gynecological checkup, which includes a pap smear, can be unpleasant but is rarely painful.
- It is still possible to attend the appointment if it is scheduled during the time when you have a period, but it may be more prudent to postpone unless you have symptoms that require immediate attention.
- It is not essential to wax or shave prior to your appointment.
- A patient could request that someone accompany them to the appointment, either inside the room or outside the door.
- Bodily odour is a normal occurrence. The Gynecologist must be informed if it suggests an issue.
How to consult Dr. Najla CK?
Dr. Najla CK is a board-certified Gynecologist who now offers video consultations through the Haspatal App. Patients may now consult him from the comfort of their own homes by scheduling a video consultation through quick access code 91-D-000 000 100 or an in-clinic visit using the Haspatal App.