8 Most Common gynecological problems
Being a woman, its just not an easy task to withstand the gynecological problems throughout the life. Female reproductive system is the most delicate creation of the nature, which has a potency to bring another heart into this world.
As female reproductive system is delicate and complex, many women suffer from some or other reproductive issues. Few are aware of the issues until it comes up with the worst symptoms. Fewer are detected at early stage and treated well before it reaches to the peak.
It is very important for every woman to catch on and enlighten yourself with the common gynecological problems. So, you can track the symptoms, detect the issue at early stage and get treated before it creates mess.
This is found to be the most common problem in women at their adult age. Sometimes heavy periods, no periods, irregular periods or scanty periods bring trouble into your mind. Because, you are aware of how healthy periods are like.
Mostly, healthy periods take place on certain time interval i.e., 28 days and lasts for 5-6 days (In some case 7 days). If you are sexually active then, there are great odds of pregnancy and get no menses. If you are not in sexual activities then it can be possibly because of change in lifestyle, addictions like smoking, alcohol and drugs or medications etc. In this case, there is a possibility that you may be suffering from PCOS Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. It would be great to seek consultation with doctor and get a solution.
Abnormal uterine bleeding
Irregular vaginal bleeding is considered as abnormal in below cases,
- Prepubertal girl
- Pregnant women
- Woman who is going through menopause
If you are from any of the above three, and facing abnormal vaginal bleeding then, you should medical attention and immediately contact the doctor.
In various cases, couples fail to conceive by natural conception though having timely unprotected intercourse for 1 year, because of various factors in female such as blockage in fallopian tube, ovulation problem, tubal infertility, PCOS, endometriosis, poor quality of eggs, unexplained infertility, etc. Sometimes, male infertility factor becomes the reason behind failing pregnancy. However, there are various treatments available to conceive such as IVF, IUI, ICSI and various other. Assisted reproductive techniques are the blessing for infertile couple.
This is a medical condition whereby tissues grow outside the uterus instead lining the inside uterus. It can break and bleed during menses. Consequently, the tissues have no place to shed and because of this, the tissues in surrounding get swollen and inflamed. You can track this disorder by checking the symptoms such as excessive pain during menses, painful urine, chronic pelvic pain, painful bowel movements, pain during intercourse, heavy bleeding etc. it can be treated but quite important to contact doctor at first place.
Vaginal irritation takes place due to fungal infection. Mostly, all women experience this disorder atleast once in a life, if proper care is not taken.
It can happen because of various factors like, tight clothes and undergarments which lacks ventilation, poor personal hygiene, etc. however, it can be treated with certain medications.
Some women feel extreme pain in lower back or lower region during menstrual cycle, it is a kind of cramping pain arises out of periods. This goes mild with the increasing age and after child birth. Muscles and blood vessels in the uterus contracts which cause cramping and can be treated by taking pain relieving medications, hot patch, mild yoga, hot water bath etc. if it goes extreme then it would be great to consult doctor.
Uterine fibroids are the muscular and non-cancerous tumors in the uterus. They are different in location, size and shape. If these fibroids are left untreated, then they may bring complications. For instance, anemia and affect the quality of life. Fibroids can be treated by myomectomy i.e., an operation to remove the fibroids if recommended by the doctor.
UTI Urinary Tract Infection
Women of all ages suffer from urinary tract infection which is mainly caused by bacteria. When the bacterial infection in the vagina passes through the bladder and kidneys, it leads to painful urination, blood in urine, pelvic pain, pain during intercourse etc.
The factors affecting UTI are diabetes, pregnancy, frequent unprotected intercourse etc. It can be treated with certain medications.
Well, there are various other gynecological problems too, but above are the most common female problems. Whatever problems you have, it is very important to consult with the doctor in a view of the fact that gynecological issues are quite sensitive. Every problem has solution when you address them at a right time.