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  • Common Problem down there and tips to ensure its care
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  • Restrictions to follow after giving birth
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  • Info on when do you need to see an Infertility Specialist?
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  • Period Blood Clots: A Serious Concern or a Normal Situation
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  • Topic Guide : About Uterine Prolapse
    As the age of a woman increases at the same pace, the issues linked to her body also increase. With an increase in age, a women’s body goes through several different changes like Menopause, skin problems, hormonal changes, and uterine prolapse.    In a conversation with Dr. Elsa, a Female Gynaecologist in Dubai she says, Uterine prolapse is a common condition that occurs when...
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  • Is It Normal to have Post Menopausal Bleeding
    Affecting around 10% of women aged between 40-55 Post-Menopausal bleeding is a common complaint. In medical terms, Post-Menopausal bleeding is the vaginal bleeding that occurs after menopause (a year or more after your last menstrual period). It occurs due to gynaecological conditions and indicates the formation of major health conditions like uterine cancer, changes in hormones, problems...
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  • Is Amniotic Fluid Around Your Baby Normal
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  • Topic Guide: Explaining Colposcopy

    Colposcopy is a type of test performed to examine cervical cancer in order to get a close-up look at your cervix. The procedure is performed to easily and quickly find changes in the cell of your cervix turning into cancer.

    Colposcopy is a type of women’s health exam performed by a doctor using a tool called a colposcope. The test is a magnified visual inspection of the cervix that helps test and provides a magnified and illuminated view of the vaginal walls, *****, and uterine cervix. In general, colposcopy is often performed after an abnormal pap test or pap smear.

    According to the reports and Dr. Elsa, a Gynaecology Surgeon in Dubai Colposcopy and pap tests are both related to cervical cancer and the identification of changes in the cell of the cervix, people often tend to mix the concept and consider both the same. But in reality, both are distinct from each other. A Pap test involves gathering a sample of cervix cells and testing them to detect the early changes leading to cervical cancer if any whereas a colposcopy is performed when the results of the pap test are positive. A colposcopy helps diagnose and confirm potential problems, signs if possible, etc.

    Points to Know Before Appearing for a Colposcopy

    Nothing huge is required to be done before appearing for a colposcopy. The below-mentioned 2 things can be done to make things easier and slow down your nervousness.

    Schedule your colposcopy appointment when you are not having your periods or the flow of your periods is light.
    Avoid indulging in vaginal *** or putting anything into your ****** a day before the appointment.

    How is Colposcopy Done?

    Process of Colposcopy

    The process takes only 15-30 minutes but is distributed into 2 parts:

    Step 1: Before the exam

    The test is done in a doctor’s clinic where you should enter after you are done emptying your bladder and bowels. Avoid indulging in any sexual activity, using vaginal medicines before the appointment. Inform your doctor if you are allergic to any medicine, latex, or if you are pregnant.

    Step 2: During the exam

    You are asked to lie face up on the exam table, bend your leg, and place your feet in stirrups. Now, the doctor will put a speculum into your ****** to open it, the speculum helps the ****** walls to separate and get a good look at the cervix.

    Now the doctor applies a solution of vinegar or iodine with a cotton swab on your cervix to make abnormal tissues turn white and looks at your cervix through the colposcope. The doctor takes photographs with a tiny camera and the samples collected are sent to the lab to examine.

    Step 3: After the exam

    Following the exam, it is normal to have mild cramps or feel pressure. It is advised to take some medicine to help relieve the pain and ask your doctor about the care, how to do it, when to take care of it, etc.

    The tool used in Colposcopy

    The whole procedure of Colposcopy is performed by a microscope tool called Colposcope resembling a pair of binoculars. The Colposcope consists of different magnification lenses and different color filters that help doctors detect abnormal blood vessels on the cervix.

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    Topic Guide: Explaining Colposcopy Colposcopy is a type of test performed to examine cervical cancer in order to get a close-up look at your cervix. The procedure is performed to easily and quickly find changes in the cell of your cervix turning into cancer. Colposcopy is a type of women’s health exam performed by a doctor using a tool called a colposcope. The test is a magnified visual inspection of the cervix that helps test and provides a magnified and illuminated view of the vaginal walls, vulva, and uterine cervix. In general, colposcopy is often performed after an abnormal pap test or pap smear. According to the reports and Dr. Elsa, a Gynaecology Surgeon in Dubai Colposcopy and pap tests are both related to cervical cancer and the identification of changes in the cell of the cervix, people often tend to mix the concept and consider both the same. But in reality, both are distinct from each other. A Pap test involves gathering a sample of cervix cells and testing them to detect the early changes leading to cervical cancer if any whereas a colposcopy is performed when the results of the pap test are positive. A colposcopy helps diagnose and confirm potential problems, signs if possible, etc. Points to Know Before Appearing for a Colposcopy Nothing huge is required to be done before appearing for a colposcopy. The below-mentioned 2 things can be done to make things easier and slow down your nervousness. Schedule your colposcopy appointment when you are not having your periods or the flow of your periods is light. Avoid indulging in vaginal sex or putting anything into your vagina a day before the appointment. How is Colposcopy Done? Process of Colposcopy The process takes only 15-30 minutes but is distributed into 2 parts: Step 1: Before the exam The test is done in a doctor’s clinic where you should enter after you are done emptying your bladder and bowels. Avoid indulging in any sexual activity, using vaginal medicines before the appointment. Inform your doctor if you are allergic to any medicine, latex, or if you are pregnant. Step 2: During the exam You are asked to lie face up on the exam table, bend your leg, and place your feet in stirrups. Now, the doctor will put a speculum into your vagina to open it, the speculum helps the vagina walls to separate and get a good look at the cervix. Now the doctor applies a solution of vinegar or iodine with a cotton swab on your cervix to make abnormal tissues turn white and looks at your cervix through the colposcope. The doctor takes photographs with a tiny camera and the samples collected are sent to the lab to examine. Step 3: After the exam Following the exam, it is normal to have mild cramps or feel pressure. It is advised to take some medicine to help relieve the pain and ask your doctor about the care, how to do it, when to take care of it, etc. The tool used in Colposcopy The whole procedure of Colposcopy is performed by a microscope tool called Colposcope resembling a pair of binoculars. The Colposcope consists of different magnification lenses and different color filters that help doctors detect abnormal blood vessels on the cervix. https://www.zupyak.com/p/2904119/t/topic-guide-explaining-colposcopy
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  • Multiple Pregnancy:Twins, Triplets, and Other Multiples
    Having multiple births is much more common today than compared to the earlier days. As per the reports, the rate of twins birth has increased by 70%, and the rate of triplet birth, quadruplet, and multiple births has increased even higher. Being pregnant with more than one baby at a time is an exciting and happy event for several couples but to some, it includes increased risks of Early...
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