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Ask a Gynecologist

Get easy access to leading Obstetricians and Gynaecologists for medical advice and second opinion for your gynaecological needs. Ask a Gynecologist Online for a second opinion on the diseases and disorders affecting the reproductive system in women. Some of them are Cervical Dysplasia, Endometriosis, Fibroids, Gynaecological Oncology, Menopause Management, Ovarian Cysts, Pelvic Floor Disorders, Infertility, Vaginal Yeast Infections, Irregular Menstruation.

Why Should You Get a Gynaecology Second Opinion?

Getting a gynaecology second opinion isn’t about not trusting your doctor. It’s about helping you to feel empowered, informed, and invested in your own health care.

It is always an excellent idea to go for a gynaecology second opinion (or even a third) if surgery has been recommended to you. Not all things in medicine are black and white, and there are chances for differences of opinion. In the current managed health care environment, many doctors will not take the time to discuss your situation with you. Also, since many doctors are not trained in the advanced less invasive treatments available, they will not discuss or recommend that to you.

Common Gynaecology Errors to Consider:

Failure to recognise bowel perforation during a gynaecological operation. 
35% - 45% C-Section decisions are misinterpreted.
Performing unnecessary surgery. Almost Two-Thirds of hysterectomies are avoidable.
In 45% - 50% infertility cases the standard protocols were not followed.
Male Infertility is under-diagnosed in many infertility cases.
Gestational Diabetes Mellitus is most commonly neglected.

When to Consult our Expert Gynaecologists for a Gynaecology Second Opinion Online?

It is quite reasonable to consider an online medical second opinion with a different gynaecologist about your condition whenever:
You need a life-changing medical procedure or a major surgery
You’re having a procedure that will require a long recovery time.
Your doctor isn’t open to discuss alternative options.
You want to learn about other minimally invasive treatment options.
Your gut tells you something isn’t right.
Your treatment is very risky or toxic.
You’re thinking about taking part in a clinical trial for a new drug.

Ask a Gynaecologist Questions Online:

A woman’s reproductive system is a delicate and complex system in the body. Talking to a gynaecologist is a good first step if you want simple detailed answers about your common reproductive health concerns. 

Conditions like Gynaecological cancers, Menstrual bleeding, Pregnancy and Infertility in women can lead to many questions. Getting the best gynaecologist advice is the right for every women and not a privilege. Now you can get immediate medical advice online from board certified Obstetrician and Gynaecologists. Just ask a OB/GYN on BestDoctor and get quick personalised answers to your questions directly to your inbox.

Questions to Ask a OB/GYN Before Getting Pregnant:

How long should I be off of the birth control pill before trying to get pregnant?
When is the best time to have sex in order to get pregnant? Is there a way to know if I'm ovulating?
How long should we try to conceive before becoming concerned?
Are there natural ways to increase fertility?
Is it OK to continue my current medication (over-the-counter or prescription) when I become pregnant?
Should I make any lifestyle changes?
What are the best vitamins to take to get pregnant? When should I start taking them?
What should I consider with regard to my family's medical background?
Should I take any vaccinations before getting pregnant?

Questions to Ask a OB/GYN about Menopause:

Does menopause just mean that my periods will stop?
What is the average age of menopause?
Am I too young to have menopause?
What are the most common symptoms of menopause?
Could I be experiencing symptoms of perimenopause? How is perimenopause different from menopause?
How long should I expect these symptoms to last?
Could my symptoms be caused by something besides menopause?
Why some women get hot flashes and night sweats and others don't?
Are there any side effects for menopause treatments? If so, what are they?
Does menopause put me at risk for other health conditions such as osteoporosis, heart disease or incontinence,?
What are the long-term health risks associated with menopause?

Questions to ask a OB/GYN about Uterine Fibroids:

Where are my fibroids located (inner surface, outer surface or in the wall of the uterus)?
How many fibroids do I have and What is the size of my fibroid(s)?
What type of fibroids do I have?
How will I know if my fibroid(s) are getting bigger?
How are the fibroids related to my symptoms?
Can fibroids stop me from getting pregnant?
Will fibroids affect fetal growth If I become pregnant?
Do my fibroids require treatment?
What are the treatment options and When should I seek treatment?
What type of follow-up is needed for my fibroids?
Who should remove my fibroids my gynaecologist or a surgeon?

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