Gynecological examination is the foundation for ensuring women’s health. Through these examinations, gynecological disorders, especially gynecological malignancies, can be detected early. Early intervention and treatment can lead to a better prognosis. CB Femi’s Gynecological Examination includes routine gynecological check-ups, pelvic examination, cervical cancer screening, pelvic floor muscles, gynecological secretions, and other check-ups.
For most women, medical examinations may evoke curiosity and apprehension. Apart from pregnant women undergoing prenatal checks that involve exposing private areas for examination and dealing with uncomfortable inquiries, some might fear that the examination process could cause discomfort. However, contrary to such concerns, gynecological examinations serve as a “protective shield” for women’s health and play a crucial role in the early prevention and treatment of many gynecological conditions.
With societal progress, women face increasing physical and mental stress, leading to changes in lifestyle that contribute to the rise of gynecological issues. Some significant gynecological diseases often exhibit minimal symptoms in their early stages. Gynecological examinations can promptly screen for these conditions, enabling early detection and treatment, aiming for optimal treatment timing and reduced costs. Gynecological examinations are routine procedures; understanding gynecological health knowledge and cherishing life are the most crucial concerns for modern women.
A gynecological examination involves a one-on-one discussion with a doctor about medical history and symptoms. It includes a pelvic examination using specialized instruments, cervical cancer screening, an assessment of pelvic floor muscle strength, along with routine gynecological checks and secretion analysis.
Routine checks primarily involve examining the external genitalia, vaginal canal, cervix, uterus size, shape, position, and internal assessment of appendages. A small amount of vaginal discharge is also collected for microscopic observation of vaginal cleanliness and microecology.
Friendly reminder: Gynecological examinations should be avoided during menstruation. Also, on the day before the examination, refrain from vaginal douching or sexual activity to ensure accurate physician evaluation.
HPV stands for Human Papillomavirus, which can lead to the proliferation of squamous epithelium on the skin and mucous membranes, acting as a major factor in cervical lesions and cervical cancer. Health examinations aim to detect latent diseases in the body as early as possible to enable early diagnosis and treatment. Therefore, regular medical check-ups are vital for women, who should treasure their bodies and adopt a healthy lifestyle while
The following FAQs address contraindicated matters as well as postpartum recovery and precautions that you may encounter after you have enjoyed your session with us. Please contact us if you have additional questions or need further assistance.
Schedule the examination between 3-7 days after the end of your menstrual cycle.
Maintain personal hygiene before the examination; bathing is acceptable, but avoid vaginal douching within 24 hours to prevent washing away abnormal secretions that might affect results.
Abstain from sexual intercourse to prevent seminal fluid from contaminating the samples, potentially affecting cellular examination.
Avoid self-administering vaginal medications, such as those for treating vaginal infections, as they could impact sample results.
Opt for comfortable and easy-to-remove shoes and loose-fitting clothing for the examination.