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  • ADOLESCENT AND TEENAGE GYNECOLOGICAL ISSUES

    Adolescent and Teenage Gynecology emphases on conditions of ovaries, vagina, uterus and vulva. We provide complete evaluation and specified treatment for these conditions in adolescent and teens.

    Adolescence is defined as that intermediate period of life when the cheerful teen becomes the responsible adult. It is considered by physical and psychological changes supported by the intense polyglandular endocrinological changes. There is no legal age limit to when adolescence arises and ends. Developing changes slightly than age limits or physical milestones are possibly the best indications.

    Gynecological difficulties of adolescents conquer a special space in the range of gynecological disorders for all ages. In this stage, physical nature of problems is unique; and emotional and psychological factors are also related. There are many diverse gynecological disorders that could occur during adolescence. All adolescent females should have the chance to discuss normal changes that happen in their body during this period of physical growth and development, so that any irregular changes can be observed immediately.

    The gynecological signs and symptoms which might require medical attention:

    • Bleeding in the middle of periods
    • Frequent urgency to urinate
    • Burning sensation while urinating
    • Abnormal vaginal bleeding, particularly during or after intercourse
    • Pain or pressure in your pelvis that is different from your menstrual cramps
    • Burning, itching, swelling, soreness or redness in the vaginal area
    • Lumps or sores vaginal area
    • Vaginal discharge with an unpleasant odor, or an unusual consistency or color
    • Increased vaginal discharge
    • Pain or discomfort during intercourse

    Importance of Knowing Symptoms 

    Symptoms might result from mild infections which would be easy to treat. Suppose, if they are not treated appropriately and quickly, they can lead to more severe conditions, which include kidney failure or other infertility issues. Vaginal symptoms might also be a signal of more serious problems, like sexually transmitted infections (STIs) or it could be cancers of the reproductive tract (very rare in adolescence).

    Vaginal bleeding and discharge are normal in menstrual cycle prior to menopause. But, if you observe anything different or unusual, your doctor should be consulted before endeavoring to treat the problem by yourself. Identifying symptoms early and seeing a doctor immediately increases the chances of successful treatment.

    We know that teenage and adolescents’ problems need to be handled delicately and we are also aware that counselling is an essential element of treatment stratagems. Hence, we offer age appropriate care to children and adolescents in the transition to adult care in a familiar and supportive environment.

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    Our Doctor

    Dr. Niraj Mahajan

    MD- Gynecologist, Laparoscopic Surgeon, Uro-gynecologist , Infertility specialist & Cosmetic Gynecologist.

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