Dr. Santosh Gaur

MD - Physician, DGO, DNB - Obstetrics & Gynecology


Dr. Prashant Joshi

MBBS, MD, DRM ( Diploma in Reproductive Medicine) KIEL University Germany


Dr. Spoorthi Prakash


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Dr. Pooja Patil

Consultant Obstetrician & Gynecologist

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Dr. Anuradha Khar

MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine, MBBS


Dr. Varsha Samson Roy

MBBS, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Master of Clinical Embryology


Dr. Rizwana Tasneem

MBBS, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology


Dr. Nivedita Chandrasekhar



Dr. Anitha Rao

MBBS, MD - Obstetrics & Gynaecology


Dr. Amrita Prabhu



Q.1 Who is a gynecologist?

Ans. A gynecologist is a medical doctor who specializes in women's reproductive health. They diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions related to the female reproductive system, including menstrual disorders, sexually transmitted infections, infertility, and cancer.

Q.2 When should I visit a gynecologist?

Ans. Women should start seeing a gynecologist around the age of 21 or when they become sexually active, whichever comes first. Women who are experiencing symptoms such as abnormal vaginal bleeding, pelvic pain, or abnormal discharge should also make an appointment with a gynecologist.

Q.3 What should I expect during a gynecological exam?

Ans. During a gynecological exam, the doctor will typically conduct a pelvic exam, which involves examining the vagina, cervix, and uterus. They may also perform a Pap test to screen for cervical cancer, and may order additional tests or imaging studies as needed. The doctor may also discuss contraception options and offer guidance on maintaining good reproductive health.

Q.4 What kinds of tests do gynecologists perform?

Ans. Gynecologists perform a wide range of tests to diagnose and monitor conditions related to women's reproductive health. These may include Pap tests, HPV tests, STD tests, mammograms, ultrasounds, and biopsies.

Q.5 What should I do to prepare for a gynecological exam?

Ans. To prepare for a gynecological exam, it is important to schedule the appointment at a time when you are not menstruating, as this can interfere with some tests and make the exam more uncomfortable. You may also want to avoid sexual intercourse for 24 hours prior to the exam. It is also helpful to make a list of any symptoms or concerns you have, as well as any medications or supplements you are taking.

Q.6 Are gynecological exams painful?

Ans. Gynecological exams can be uncomfortable, but they should not be painful. The doctor will work to make you as comfortable as possible during the exam and will explain each step of the process to help you feel more at ease.

Q.7 How often should I see a gynecologist?

Ans. Women should see a gynecologist at least once a year for a routine check-up, although the frequency of visits may vary depending on a woman's age, health status, and medical history. Women who are pregnant or experiencing symptoms should make an appointment as soon as possible. It is important to discuss the frequency of visits with your gynecologist to determine the best plan for your individual needs.

Q.8 Can a gynecologist provide contraception?

Ans. Yes, gynecologists can provide a wide range of contraception options, including birth control pills, intrauterine devices (IUDs), and hormonal injections. They can also provide guidance on choosing the best contraceptive method for your individual needs.

Q.9 What should I do if I am experiencing symptoms related to women's reproductive health?

Ans. If you are experiencing symptoms such as pelvic pain, abnormal vaginal bleeding, or abnormal discharge, you should make an appointment with a gynecologist as soon as possible. These symptoms may be signs of a more serious condition that requires prompt medical attention.

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