In addition to genetics, timing of menarche is influenced by environmental factors such as nutritional status and exercise. Early menarche has been associated with increased risk for breast cancer and endometrial cancer, a connection that many theorize is related to the body’s exposure to estrogen, a female reproductive hormone.Menopause typically occurs between the ages of 40 and 60 with the average age around 51 years. A woman knows that she’s entering menopause if she experiences hot flashes, difficulty sleeping, irregular libido, and mood swings, symptoms that can sometimes be alleviated by hormone replacement therapy. A small fraction of women experience “early menopause” in their 30s, which can cause fertility problems and may also be influenced by genetic factors.
Each woman has different needs at every stage of her reproductive age. Our highly experienced team of gynecologists helps in managing your different needs to improve your reproductive health which may include low flow, heavy flow, delayed cycles, painful periods, intermenstrual bleeding, post-menopausal bleeding, and early menarche, primary & second amenorrhea, and many others.
Puberty menorrhagia is one of the most common problems faced by adolescents. In this condition, there is excessive menstruation and bleeding. When more than 3-4 sanitary pads are used in one day or periods go up to 7 days or it is hard to perform daily activities due to painful cramping, fatigue ness or breathlessness then it should be brought to a gynecologist's attention. Neglecting the problem can lead to complications such as anemia and hyperproteinemia. The common causes of menorrhagia are anovulatory cycles, hypothyroidism, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), coagulation disorders, or Hirschsprung's disease. Early diagnosis and treatment can help to lead a normal healthy life later.
PCOD/PCOS(Polycystic ovarian syndrome) is a condition of hormonal imbalance in women’s bodies which shows different signs and symptoms in different women of different age groups. Treatments and management of this condition are therefore tailored to the individual. Our team of experts, which includes gynecologists, radiologists, and nutritional experts, will find the root cause of your hormonal imbalance and help you manage it with the proper medical care and lifestyle advice.
When a woman stops getting her periods for 12 months in a row, she has attained menopause. Women may experience certain health problems in the course of this journey such as vaginal dryness, emotional roller coasters, disturbed sleep, low energy, and systemic conditions like osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease, hormonal imbalance, depression, diabetes, etc. There are three phases of menopause: Perimenopause, Menopause, and Postmenopause; so this journey should not be considered the last one. Throughout your years of transition, the team of gynecologists at Global Cradle Hospital, Karnal is here to provide support, care, and management. With proper guidance and timely screenings such as PAP smear test, routine examination, ultrasound, and breast examinations cancer risk can be identified early and cancer can be prevented and managed more effectively.