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Gynaecology

Gynaecology

Gynecology is the medical specialty devoted to the fields of obstetrics and gynecology through a unique academic program. This blended learning practitioners become experts in the care of the health of the female reproductive organs and in the management of obstetric complications, even through surgery.


In order to treat any gynecological disease in our center can offer:


-Gynecological comprehensive, exploration, cytology, vaginal and breast ultrasound and mammography tests to reach a diagnosis.

- Control and monitoring of gynecological pathologies, for example ovarian cysts .. etc..
- Control of menopause, osteoporosis, vaginitis .... etc..
- Control, family planning, infertility.
- Prenatal, normal and pathological, control and delivery care.
- Assessment of contraceptives, IUD placement.
- Placement of pessaries.
- Unit of breast cancer and gynecological pathology.

Recommendations Gynaecology

- Vaccination HPV is the human papillomavirus in girls.
- Monitoring and review from the first intercourse and contraceptive advice.
- Control-annual gynecological cytology.
- Control-menopausal women each year densitometry
- Breast-control from 35 to 40 years with mammography or other diagnostic tests that echo come.
- A pregnant woman's monthly check analytical and ultrasonographic monitoring external. Pregnancy is a physiological situation of women but must be controlled
- Focus on pregnant women of the MMR.

FAQ

There is no exact date. The American College of Gynecologists recommends that women will for the first time between 13 and 15 years of age, coinciding with the period of their first menstruation. In Spain is expected to nearly 20 years. The truth is that the first visit should happen when they have problems or questions consult. Some early teens because they want advice about contraception, sexually transmitted infections or the new vaccine against papilloma virus. So routine gynecological checks should be made after the first year in which sexual intercourse.

In Spain have been vaccinated more than 1.3 million teens against human papilloma virus, the main cause of this disease. This vaccine, which is incorporated within Spain plans mandatory vaccination for girls aged 11 and 14, is safe and is not contraindicated. Its side effects are like any other vaccine.

We recommend double protection to avoid unwanted pregnancies on one side and on the other, the STD. That is, we need to use condoms and oral contraceptives at the same time. According to the results of the latest study on HAS contraceptives habits, these are still being used incorrectly. The report highlights that 64% of respondents were using one of these methods when they became pregnant.


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