Major Gynaecological Complications Decoded From the Majority Of Female Body

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Gynecological Complications

Gynaecological complications are very common among women that involve their reproductive organs like breasts, urinary bladder, fallopian tube, uterus, external genital infections, and ovaries. Conditions like unusual bleeding during menstrual cycle, a sharp pain and pressure on the pelvis, burning sensation, itching accompanied by soreness or presence of lumps I the genital areas, excess bleeding during sexual intercourse or foul-smelling vaginal discharge are the indications of complications in female reproductive parts.

These complications might be common but not be taken lightly. Immediate treatments are necessary before it reaches a higher level resulting in serious infections or diseases. Some of the major Gynaecological Complications decoded by the best gynecologists in Bangalore, the lady gynecologist in Gurgaon and other specialists of India are:-

1. Bladder Infection

Urinary Bladder infection is caused due to the presence of bacteria that enters through the urethra and moves into the bladder spreading to kidneys. This kind of infection is very harmful as it can damage you kidney function if reaches a higher level. The symptoms of this infection mostly include cloudy urine, pain in lower abdomen, back pain in the middle and sides, and frequent urination. It causes urine infections along with mild fever. Bacteria can enter through various sources like unclean washrooms, usage of Catherer, delivery issues while pregnancy, less intake of water, excessive tight clothes trapping moisture to help bacteria grow, and many more.

2. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

PCOS syndrome is a popular gynaecological complication suffered by women all over the world. It is a hormonal problem where affected females secrete more hormones compared to normal individuals and develop a fluid like sacs or cyst on their ovaries. It is not necessary only women having cyst suffers from PCO syndrome, many don’t have ovarian cysts still a victim of this hormonal imbalance. It results in fertility issues causing difficulty in giving births, develops excess hair like males all over the body, unwanted acne, obesity, and disrupts normal menstrual cycle by the absence of periods for months. Individuals suffering from this syndrome quickly develop Diabetes II, heart diseases, high cholesterol problems, increased blood pressure, liver disease, premature delivery, depression, anxiety, and many more problems.

3. Dysmenorrhea

Dysmenorrhea referred to the sharp pains every woman feels during the menstrual cycle due to the contraction of uterine walls. It can be primary having moderate cramps during the beginning of periods or before period which is normal but it can reach a secondary level too with the increased amount of pain continued for more than 72 hours and mostly occurs due to complications in reproduction part like endometriosis, uterine fibroids, and infection, and adenomyosis. It has common symptoms like Abdominal Pain, pressure and Back Pain.

4. Fibroids

These are the uterine tumors experienced by 50 percent of female population of reproductive age across the world. These tumors are caused due to the multiplication of uterine walls formed by estrogen hormonal secretion. These tumors are not dangerous most of the time and can vary from small to large shapes among different individuals. The common symptoms of uterine fibroids are Pain during intercourse, Frequent urination, back pain, Pelvic Pain, Longer menstruations, and abnormal bleeding from the genitals. While many female bodies can feel the presence of these tumors severely through these symptoms many don’t even know it’s there.

5. Leucorrhea

Leucorrhea refers to the vaginal discharge every female body experiences that flush out the toxic waste products through the liquid discharge. It is absolutely normal to have this discharge but can be dangerous and lead to serious disease if its color becomes unusual like from white to yellow, the texture becomes extremely thick, and too much discharge at an uncontrollable rate. It causes due to the presence of bacterial and fungal infections in the vaginal tract, abortion, diabetes, and unclean environment.


There are a series of gynaecological complications among women that needs immediate treatment from best gynaecologists in Bangalore  however these 5 are the most common decoded complications by the best Gynaecologists all over the world.


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