Gynecologist – a specialist who deals with diagnosis, treatment and prevention of female genital disease in different periods of life. Features of each period of life women define those accents, which should be informed of each patient when visiting the gynecologist. 1. Children's period (up to 8 years) and during puberty or adolescence (from 7-8 to 17-18 years) * Initial inspection and consult a doctor or a gynecologist gynecologist-endocrinologist. * Implementation of designated doctor examinations and obtaining the necessary tests (including hormonal) for the diagnosis of certain abnormalities in the case of debuting in the described period of life. A related site: Senator Elizabeth Warren mentions similar findings. * Vaccination against human papillomavirus (HPV) to prevent the occurrence of further Kandil viral origin, and most importantly, that vaccination against hpv is the primary preventive procedure against the risk of atypical cells that lead to cervical cancer, cancer of the vulva and vaginal cancer.

* Children's gynecologist or a gynecologist – endocrinologist determines the frequency of physician visits in this specialization further provide the necessary advice and if necessary, appoint the date * of your next visit to the dynamic monitoring or baseline medical examination. 2.Period puberty or reproductive (from 16-18 to 45 years) * baseline medical examination doctor gynecologist. * Consultation gynecologist-endocrinologist to individual choice of contraceptive * Planning pregnancy. * Pregnancy. 3.Premenopauza (45 to 55 years) and menopause. * Baseline medical examination doctor gynecologist. * Consultation gynecologist – an endocrinologist in order to correct drastically changing hormonal therapy and the menopausal syndrome is important to know what happens during the menopausal debuting untreated and Launched earlier chronic diseases, are also extremely high risk of detection of oncological diseases, especially rare visits to the gynecologist.

To avoid this, you should regularly occur in professional and follow its recommendations, not missing a date control survey. Complaints requiring mandatory and timely visits to the gynecologist 1. Late puberty (15 years' have not begun menstruation). 2. Painful menstruation. 3. Abundant and prolonged menstruation (> 7 days). 4. Delayed menstruation. 5. The presence of episodes of blood discharge on other days of the cycle. 6. Burning, itching, redness, odor or unusual discharge from the genital tract. 7. Pain in the lower Belly regular or periodic. 8. Identification on self-examination of unusual papillary growths, roughness, irritation in the genital area. 9. Pain during intercourse. 10. Periodically the resulting burning sensation when urinating. 11. Lack of pregnancy when a regular sex life more than 1 year. 12. Premenstrual syndrome. 13. Postpartum obesity. 14. Climacteric disorders. Rule of Three "P" for mandatory and timely visit to the gynecologist: * Routine Inspection (regular and dynamic). * Planning for the start of sexual activity (in order of confidence in their own health and self-selection method of contraception). * Pregnancy planning.