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When you need to see a Gynaecologist

If you have:

  • Pain during periods (before, during & after)
  • Pain during Intercourse
  • Lower abdominal pain
  • Heavy bleeding during periods
  • Prolonged Periods
  • Irregular periods
  • Bleeding in between periods or after intercourse
  • Any vaginal bleeding or discharge after Menopause
  • Abdominal swelling and bloated feeling
  • Feeling tired / Giddiness
  • Any vaginal discharge at any age (white, watery, blood stained, foul smelling, itchy)
  • Vulval itching , pain and growth or mass
  • Urinary symptoms (↑ frequency of urine, pain while passing urine, any difficulty in passing urine, not able to hold urine & any leakage of urine while coughing)
  • If your periods delayed for more than one week see Gynaecologist and check urine pregnancy test
  • Once Positive
    • You need to have basic blood and dating scan to locate site of the pregnancy sac and number of pregnancy sacs.
    • Then you need to have NT scan at 11 to 13 weeks (to screen for downsyndrome) and along with first trimester screening blood test.
    • You should start taking folic acid for first three months. It is better to start folic acid three months before becoming pregnant to prevent neural tube defects for your baby.
    • Then you need a scan (anomaly scan) at 18 to 20 weeks to find out any anomaly for your baby.
    • You need to have GCT (Sugar Test) at 24 to 28 weeks to find out whether you are at the risk of delivering sugar in this pregnancy.
    • Your CBC should be checked 24 to 28 weeks and again at 36 weeks to find out your count is normal.
    • Further scan will be decided by the Doctor depending on the problem.
    • All pregnant women should have monthly check upto 28 weeks, then once in two weeks till 36 weeks and then once in a week till delivery.
    • In each visit it important to check your urine for any protein & sugar, weight, BP and baby’s growth and heart beat.
    • If everything is normal you can wait for 1 to 2 weeks after your due date with proper monitoring of the baby. You need to do antenatal exercises to increase the rate of normal delivery.

With proper dietary advice/regular antenatal exercises/regular antenatal checkups you can have a safe and fruitful pregnancy, delivery and post natal period.