Dr Balveer Kaur

  • MBBS, MS Follow up in IVF
  • P.G Diploma in Reproductive Endocrinology (Germany).

She According to her academic accolades and patient reviews, she is one of the best gynecologists in Alwar. Through laparoscopic procedures, hysteroscopy, IUI, IVF, and other latest techniques, she manages gynecological disorders and infertility.

The branch of medical science deals with diseases in women, especially with their reproductive organs.  The department is usually combined with obstetrics and came from a Greek word that indicates “The science of woman”.

Talking about gynecologists are the doctors who treat the disease in women and are responsible for the upkeep of the reproductive health of the woman. This sector includes the uterus,  ovaries, fallopian tubes,  vagina, breasts, and other reproductive organs.

Gynecologists mainly deal with issues like sexual health, physical assessment, and cancer screening. These are accomplished either by pelvic examination or by external examination.

What are the conditions treated by gynecologists?

Several conditions are treated by gynecologists but most of them are associated with female reproductive systems and their issues.

Some of the problems handled by gynecologists are as follows:-

• Cervical Insufficiency.

• Congenital Abnormalities.

• Cervical Cancer.

• Endometriosis.

• Diabetes.

• Fibroids.

• High blood pressure.

• Bladder incontinence.

• Egg freezing.

• fecal incontinence

• Primary Peritoneal cancer.

• Infertility.

• Onco fertility.

• Menopause.

• Pelvic floor disorders.

• PMS ( Premenstrual syndrome ).


• Pregnancy.

• Reproductive surgery.

• STD (Sexually transmitted diseases).

• Recurrent pregnancy loss.

• Urinary tract infection.

• Vaginal yeast infection etc.

Services provided by gynecologists

Gynecologists mainly provide sexual and reproductive health services associated with a woman which include:-

• Pap tests.

• Cancer screening.

• Treatment of vaginal infection.  

• Pelvic examination.

• External examination.

• Pregnancy assessment.

• Routine checkups for the reproductive health of women.

• Treats abnormal discharge in women.

• and treats menopause symptoms as well.

What are the symptoms of gynecological diseases?

• Abnormal vaginal discharge that is a common symptom of female reproductive cancers except vulvar.

• Feeling difficulty in eating and back pain are symptoms of ovarian cancer.

• Pelvic pain

• Irregular menstrual cycle.

• Frequent urination.

• Usual constipation for a longer time.

• Changes in the color and skin of the vulva.

•  Rashes,  warts, and sores in the vulva and clitoris.

• Itching and burning sensations in the vagina.

• Abnormal discharge from breasts (If a woman is not lactating mother).

 • Uterine fibroids or more than normal bleeding in periods.

These are some of the common symptoms of the onset of gynecological diseases which need to be assessed as soon as you notice.

Why should you see a gynecologist?

A gyne visit at least once a year is a must for every woman to take care of her vaginal health.  Other than this there are many other reasons behind visiting a gynecologist.  Some of them are:-

• For severe pelvic and thigh pain.

• For abnormal periods.

• For regular checkups during pregnancy.

• Conditional menopause.

• In the case of Infertility.

•  For family planning.

• For pelvic examination and pap tests.

• For external examination if recommended by a general physician.

• To visit an obstetrician is necessary at the time of childbirth.

• For sterilization and pregnancy termination.

• Problem with tissues of pelvic organs.

• Urinary and fecal incontinence.

•  Polycystic ovary syndrome.

• Vulvar and vaginal ulcers.

• Abnormal breast of vaginal discharge.

• Vaginal fungal infection.

How can I tell a good gynecologist from a bad one?

There are many aspects on which you can judge whether your gyne is good or not in her profession.  Let’s discuss a few of them.

• A good gyne keeps her patient’s secrets to herself.

• He or she should be trustworthy and transparent.

• They must have good communication skills.

• He or she should make comfortable their patients at the time of treatment or assessment.

• They should be polite and empathize with everyone’s problems.

• If they are highly recommended by other patients then this means they are excellent in their work.

• They should be strictly professional.

• They should have a minimum average wait time.

• Their staff should be friendly.

•  Capacity to explain generously every aspect of illness and treatment procedures.

• Ability to deal with the illness by providing the best treatments at minimal fees.