Below you will find an overview of our pages on gynecological diseases and obstetrics.
Did you notice a nodular change when palpating your chest or does your chest contract unusually strong? Here is an overview of the most common diseases of the female breast:
Many women experience vaginal disease at least once in their lives. The most common disease of the younger woman here is an infection of the vagina, which is noticeable by itching or whitish-brittle discharge. By contrast, menopausal women are more likely to suffer from vaginal dryness and associated pain as a result of their hormonal changes.
Here is an overview of the various diseases of the vagina:
Whether you suffer from a disease of the uterus, can only be determined by the gynecologist. However, if there is an increased amount of bleeding or spotting, or if you have more pain in the lower abdomen that does not occur at the beginning of the period, these may be interpreted as evidence of uterine disease.
The following is an overview of the most common diseases of the uterus:
Ovarian diseases often rarely have specific symptoms. Cysts are sometimes painful and can be seen especially in the gynecologist in an ultrasound examination. Other diseases, in turn, affect the hormonal balance and lead to infertility, obesity or a reduced menstrual period.
Here is a list of the most common diseases of the ovaries:
Diseases around the fallopian tube are often associated with infections and are manifested by a general malaise with fever, poor performance and pelvic pain. Delineation of this is an ectopic pregnancy, in which the fertilized egg does not migrate into the uterus and grows in the fallopian tube.
Here is an overview of the most important diseases of the fallopian tube:
Are you planning to get pregnant or are you looking for answers to new questions during pregnancy? Then you will find an overview of the most important topics in our section Pregnancy:
During pregnancy, various examinations are carried out to find out how the baby develops in the womb and to enable him / her to have an optimal start in life during / after the birth. Here you will find information about the various examinations during pregnancy:
Is there a birth for you, a family member or a friend? Then you will find information about the most important and frequently asked topics around the birth:
The puerperium refers to the period of 6-8 weeks after birth. Below you will find an overview of general topics as well as illnesses that may occur during the puerperium.
Would you like to inform yourself about breastfeeding, do you have any problems with breastfeeding or have you had any further questions while breastfeeding? Then you will find below an overview of articles about breastfeeding:
Many women have pain during their period, intermenstrual bleeding or other menstrual disorders. Enclosed you will find an overview of articles on the subject of menstrual bleeding:
Hormonal, mechanical or chemical. There are different types of contraception. The most common methods of contraception include:
Do you have the feeling that you are coming into the menopause or are you in the middle of it? Here you will find information on the subject of menopause. The most popular topics include:
Cervical cancer is an issue that affects almost every woman, as the vaccines provide preventive measures and the cancer screening allows early cancer detection. Here you will find information about cervix cancer:
Many women suffer from abdominal pain - some women especially during the period, others due to infections or diseases of the organs. The gynecologist is often visited with the following pains: