What do they do in a gynaecologist internal exam?
If the examination gynaecologist is planned, it is better to plan it in the first days after the end of menstruation, if the doctor has not appointed other terms. This period is considered as informative as possible during scheduled consultations. If there are reasons for concern, unpleasant sensations, abnormal discharge, severe pain, bleeding, and so on, seek help as soon as possible.
You may be worried about your first pelvic exam. It’s very normal to be anxious about something when you don’t know what to expect. Hopefully after reading this, you will be reassured that it is simple, isn’t painful and takes only about 5 minutes. It is also normal to feel embarrassed or uneasy about your first exam, I still feel embarrassed with mine and I’ve had may many pelvic examinations over the past 9 years due to female related problems I’m experiencing. I actually just went to see my gyno about 6 weeks ago for a follow up appointment after being diagnosed with endometriosis a few months ago and it really is a simple, painless examination that literally only takes a couple of minutes. However, if you know what to expect, it may help you relax. I’m sure your gyno understands how you feel and will be sensitive and gentle, and answer any questions you have. There are other important reasons to have a pelvic exam. These may include: – Unexplained pain in your lower belly or around