Vulvar gynecological routine examination
The routine examination of the genital gynecology is a preliminary routine examination of the vulva, which is used to provide a basis for further diagnosis, and at the same time prevent and timely treat vaginal diseases.Basic Information
Specialist classification: gynecological examination classification: other inspection
Applicable gender: whether women are fasting: not fastingAnalysis results:
Normal vulva, pubic hair is tip-down, triangular distribution, pigmentation of the labia majora, red labia minora, no ulceration of the perineum, dermatitis, neoplasms and hypopigmentation, length of the clitoris
There are old cracks in the hymen of married women. There are old cracks in the maternal hymen and perineum, or there may be inverted scars in the perineum. When necessary, sometimes the doctor will hold the patient down to check for vaginal anterior wall bulging, uterine prolapse or urinary incontinence. If there is a lesion, the doctor is mostly "married" or "produced" when describing it. If there is an abnormality, it will be recorded in detail.
Normal vulva, pubic hair is tip-down, triangular distribution, pigmentation of the labia majora, red labia minora, no ulceration of the perineum, dermatitis, sputum and hypopigmentation, clitoris length <2.5cm, pale pink around the urethral orifice, flawless biological.Clinical significance
Abnormal results: married women hymen have old cracks, maternal hymen and perineum have old cracks or perineal can have inverted scars. When necessary, sometimes the doctor will hold the patient down to check for vaginal anterior wall bulging, uterine prolapse or urinary incontinence. If there is a lesion, the doctor is mostly "married" or "produced" when describing it. If there is an abnormality, it will be recorded in detail.
People who need to be examined: genital itching, or burning discomfort, pain in the lower abdomen or lumbosacral region, each time during sexual intercourse, menstruation and defecation. There are also people who are conscious of both lower limb weakness, mouth pain, nausea, yellow urine and other symptoms.Positive results may be diseases: pregnancy with condyloma acuminata, pregnancy with cytomegalovirus infection, pregnancy with mycoplasma infection, perineal laceration, vulvar intraepithelial neoplasia, infant vulvovaginitis considerations
Pre-inspection contraindications: sexual intercourse is prohibited for the first three days of the examination. The examination should be 3-7 days after the menstrual cleansing. The leucorrhea should be checked before surgery, and no vaginitis can be diagnosed before biopsy can be performed. Do vaginal washing for the first three days of gynecology. A few days before the check, pay attention to diet, do not eat too much greasy, not easy to digest food, do not drink.
Requirements for examination: The site of biopsy may be bleeding, so do not have sexual intercourse within 1 to 2 weeks after the examination, and at least half a month after the biopsy, then avoid the inflammatory infection. Vaginal lavage or bath. When vaginal bleeding is frequent, you should go to the hospital for treatment.Inspection process
Check whether the surface of the vaginal mucosa is smooth, whether the texture is normal, whether there is bleeding point, whether the traits and odor of the vaginal secretions are normal.Not suitable for the crowd
Inappropriate people: 1 week before menstruation, menstruating women.Adverse reactions and risks