Dr Reshma Reddy

The Top 5 Gynecological Issues Every Woman Should Understand

Catagory: Gyneacology  Author: Dr E Reshma Reddy

Gynecological Women

Hormonal imbalance is the primary cause of gynecological issues that affect all women. The majority of women assume that symptoms not connected to the reproductive system, such as excessive urination, back discomfort, and other indicators, are not indicative of gynecological disorders. Unfortunately, they frequently treat themselves by taking NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicines). Every woman should be knowledgeable about certain common gynecological issues and the symptoms associated with them in order to ensure that the right care is given rather than being disregarded. Here are the top 5 gynecological issues any woman should be aware of.


1. Ovarian Cysts –

The most typical form of ovarian cyst is a follicular cyst, which can develop for a variety of reasons when a follicle cannot open to release eggs during a menstrual cycle. Another form of ovarian cyst is a corpus luteum cyst, in which the corpus luteum remains as a cyst inside the ovary.


2. Dysmenorrhea – 

Primary dysmenorrhea and secondary dysmenorrhea are two different forms of dysmenorrhea. While cramps that continue longer than normal during the early menstrual cycle are a symptom of secondary dysmenorrhea, lower abdominal or back discomfort is a symptom of primary dysmenorrhea.


3. Endometriosis –

Endometriosis symptoms include persistent discomfort in the lower back and pelvic area, pain after or during intercourse, pain when urinating, and spotting or bleeding between periods.


4. UTI (Urinary Tract Infection) –

The symptoms of a urinary tract infection, often known as a UTI, include excruciating pain while urinating, pus or blood in the urine, and, among other things, pain in the lower abdomen. Sex with numerous partners is one of the many causes of urinary tract infections.


5. Poly Cyst Ovarian Disease (PCOD) –

Hair loss and facial hair development are two symptoms of polycystic ovarian disease (PCOD), which is mostly caused by hormonal imbalances. Other symptoms include irregular menstruation and menstrual issues.