A paid gynecological counseling reception involves an examination by a medical specialist of the highest Qualification Grade, diagnostics of the women's genital sphere diseases, and selection of contraception and substitution hormonal therapy.
INDICATIONS TO SEEKING A GYNECOLOGIST’S SERVICES
- Routine examination -- no less frequent than once every year;
- Disruption of menstrual period;
- Secretions from genital tracts of undetermined nature;
- Intermenstrual bleeding;
- A painful sensation at the lower abdomen;
- Frequent and painful urination;
- Selection of a contraception method, installation and removal of IUD;
- Pregnancy planning;
- Infectious diseases.
WHAT IS A GYNECOLOGIST’S RECEPTION LIKE?
During the initial reception, the gynecologist interviews the patient about her complaints, studies her medical records, reviews the obtained information, and performs an examination of the patient at a gynecological examination chair. During the examination, a swab is taken for subsequent morphological study. Based on the information gained from the patient and the examination results, the specialist offers the provisional diagnosis and appoints therapy. To clarify the diagnosis, the gynecologist may also refer the patient to additional diagnostic examinations and tests: laboratory analyses, radiological studies, etc.
A repeated visit to the gynecologist may or may not involve an examination at the examination chair. During this second visit, the physician informs the patient of the study results, clarifies the diagnosis and, if necessary, may conduct a gynecological chair examination. The patient's overall health status is assessed, and the effectiveness of the appointed therapy is reviewed. If necessary, the therapy is adjusted.
Following the completion of the therapy course, the specialist performs the final examination to make sure of complete recovery of the patient. At the final examination, the patient is given recommendations on the prophylaxis of any recurrences of the disease.
PREPARING FOR A VISIT TO A GYNECOLOGIST
- It is better to plan a visit to a gynecologist during the second half of the menstrual cycle (with the exception emergency cases).
- Please take a shower; it is preferable to remove any hair in the genital area.
- Do not perform any vaginal douching.
- Refrain from sexual contacts two to three days before the a gynecologist’s examination.
- Void your bladder before visiting the physician.
- Please bring clean socks.
- Please also bring the results of previous gynecologic tests if they are available.
HOW TO GET AN APPOINTMENT WITH A GYNECOLOGIST AT THE RCMC
- Call the Contact Center to make an appointment
- Conclude a contract for the provision of paid services at the registry
- Pay the invoice at the cash desk of the RCMC or via ЕРИП (SSIS: Single Settlement and Information Space)
- Come to the consultation on time.