Gynecological signs and symptoms that may require medical attention:
Vaginal bleeding and discharge are a normal part of your menstrual period prior to menopause. However, if you see anything strange or uncomfortable, consult your gynaecologist before attempting to treat the problem yourself.
Symptoms may result from mild infections that are easy to handle. But, if they are not operated accurately, they can lead to more serious situations, including infertility or kidney damage. Vaginal symptoms may also be a sign of more serious difficulties, from sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) to cancers of the reproductive tract.
Gynecological symptoms may follow other medical conditions or urological problems. Always consult your physician for a diagnosis.
Consult your Lady Gynaecologist if you have any of the following symptoms:
- bleeding between periods
- constant and urgent need to urinate, or a burning sensation during urination
- unusual vaginal bleeding, particularly during or after intercourse
- pain or pressure in your pelvis that differs from menstrual cramps
- itching, burning, injury, redness, or soreness in the vaginal area
- sores or lumps in the genital area
- vaginal release with an unpleasant or unusual odor, or of an unusual color
- increased vaginal discharge
- pain or discomfort during intercourse