Gynaecological Examination

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A gynaecological examination is a three-stage examination procedure. An anamnesis form is completed for the individual, and information about her family and personal history, sexual life, and medical history is learned. Following that, a gynaecological examination is performed. Laboratory tests are performed when necessary. The examination should be performed when there is no menstrual bleeding, unless there is a special condition.

While filling out the anamnesis form, your physician will ask you some questions. Some questions will be asked about the last menstruation date, the length of your period and the length of your cycles, whether there is bleeding between periods, whether there is a symptom such as genital pain or complaint, and whether or not you use a birth control method.

What Is A Gynaecological Examination?

Female genitalia examinations, speculum examinations, bimanual examinations, and ultrasonographic examinations are all types of gynaecological examinations. Each examination can evaluate a different genital region or organ.

Female Genitalia Examination

This examination looks at the external genital organs. The individual is asked to remove her underwear and lie on the gynaecological examination table. The individual is given a cloth to cover her crotch. It is ensured that the individual is at ease. Before the examination, she is asked to open her legs and slide towards the tip of the table while lying down. Following that, the physician conducts the examination while wearing a glove.  This examination determines whether or not there are cases of herpes, rash, irritation, and warts on the external genital organs.

Examination with a Speculum

A metal or plastic speculum is used to perform a vaginal examination. A speculum apparatus is used to separate two vaginal walls.  The uterine cervix is examined with this examination, and if a Pap Smear examination is to be performed, a test sample will be obtained in the meantime.

Bimanual Inspection

The physician examines the vagina during this examination. While the physician examines the vagina with one hand, he or she presses on the lower abdomen with the other. This provides information about the shape, size, and position of the uterus.

Ultrasonographic Examination

The ultrasound method, which uses sound waves to view internal organs, is used in all gynaecological procedures. It is a safe method that can also be used during pregnancy because it does not emit radiation. In the gynaecological examination, abdominal (on the abdomen) or vaginal ultrasound is used. It is recommended that the person have a full bladder if the procedure is performed on the abdomen. Vaginal ultrasonography is used to examine reproductive organs in greater detail.