Regardless of whether they are married or single, it is very important that all women go to the gynecologist every six months or so and have a regular gynecological examination. Such a gynecological examination is necessary for the early diagnosis, diagnosis and treatment of possible diseases.
In this way, regular check-ups can be taken for women’s health problems that may arise due to the problems of the genital organs or the early recognition of risky diseases. For example, a small wound in the genital area may turn into an infection after a while and cause more serious problems if the itches are ignored, which may be a sign of a more serious illness.
In order to avoid all of these situations, the woman should not be afraid of the gynecological examination and regularly go to the doctor to have her examination performed. Women who have never gone to the gynecological examination before, can be withdrawn at first examination. The inspection is completed in a very short time.
Gynecological is not painful or feared as a painful process. For this reason, women should not be afraid to go to the gynecological examination and should have regular checkups. Gynecological examinations are very important for the early detection of diseases which can be very dangerous. Gynecological examinations are performed by gynecologists and gynecologists.
If the patient is not yet active in terms of sexual life, the examination is done from the abdomen. Vaginal examination is not required to be married or single.
In gynecologic examinations, information is collected first with the patient’s history. Then the patient is made ready for the doctor’s examination on the examination table by means of the two supports he puts on his legs. In these matters, a nurse or doctor’s assistant will assist the patient.
The medical examination of the patient’s legs is called lithotomy. During gynecologic examination, the physician first examines the patient’s abdominal and external genital organs. A device, referred to as a speculum, is inserted into the vagina and the uterus to examine the mouth. It is ensured that the patient is relaxed and relaxed at this time and does not feel any pain in this case. The speculum is a two-piece, duck-like instrument. Between these two parts, there is an illumination device that illuminates the inside of the vagina and helps to examine the vagina. The presence of flow and other pathologies in the vagina is observed with speculum and the cervix is examined.
The doctor will take a smear test or culture sample from the cervix if needed. Speculum examination does not apply to women who are virgins.
After speculum examination, manual examination is performed. The reason is that the fibroids or cyst-like structures in the woman’s womb or ovaries can only be felt by hand. During the manual examination, the doctor examines the vagina with two fingers and evaluates the organs and tissues by touching.
For virginal women, manual vaginal examination is not allowed. For this reason, it can be examined from the abdomen or the rectum (the rectum is called the lower part of the digestive system, which helps to store the feces temporarily).
After the gynecological examination procedures, if the doctor deems necessary, it can also do ultrasonographic examination. Almost all of today’s gynecological examinations are followed by ultrasonography. Ultrasonography can be performed from the abdomen or vaginal route. Ultrasonography should be done if the woman does not urinate. Ultrasonography is performed on the female patient.
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