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Abortion and Miscarriage

Abortion means ending a pregnancy on purpose, either with prescription drugs or surgery. This can happen for reasons like the mom's health, problems with the baby, or personal choice. Miscarriage is when a pregnancy ends by itself before the 20th week, often because of genetic or health issues in the mom. Both abortion and miscarriage are important topics in women's health, talked about in gynecology conferences. It's crucial to understand why these happen, what might increase the chances, and how to provide caring and thoughtful help. These discussions cover health facts, being fair, and understanding emotions, aiming to support women's well-being and help them make informed choices during these experiences.

  • Vaginal Bleeding
  • Pregnancy Bleeding
  • Dilation and Curettage(D&C)
  • Ectopic Pregnancy
  • Threatened Miscarriage
  • Abortion Pill
  • Late-Term Abortion
  • Traumatic Loss

Autoimmune Diseases

Autoimmune Diseases, a significant focus in gynecology conferences, occur when the immune system mistakenly attacks the body's tissues. Conditions like rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and Hashimoto's thyroiditis can affect women's reproductive health, contributing to fertility issues, pregnancy complications, or gynecological problems. Conversations at gynecology conferences delve into the intricate connection between autoimmune disorders and women's reproductive systems, underscoring the need for early diagnosis and comprehensive care. Recognizing the unique challenges posed by autoimmune diseases in gynecological health enables healthcare professionals to customize interventions, preserving fertility, aiding successful pregnancies, and enhancing the overall well-being of women navigating these intricate health conditions.

  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Systemic lupus erythematosus
  • Rheumatoid arthritis (RA)
  • Thyroid diseases
  • Lupus
  • Crohn's Disease
  • Hashimoto's Thyroiditis
  • Celiac Disease
  • Vitiligo

Birth Defects and Disabilities

Gynecology conferences prioritize Birth Defects and Disabilities, emphasizing problems that arise during fetal development and childbirth. Birth defects are abnormalities, either structural or functional, that affect a child's health from the moment of birth. Impaired physical, cognitive, sensory, or communicative capacities are all included in the category of disabilities. Genetic predispositions, pregnancy exposure to specific drugs, or difficulties in giving birth can all contribute to these problems. Gynecology conference talks emphasize early detection, comprehensive care options, and preventive efforts to lessen the effects of these issues. The goal of ongoing research and collaboration in the gynecological community is to enhance knowledge, preventive measures, and management strategies in order to improve the health outcomes for mothers and their children.

  • Inadequacy of Heart
  • Down syndrome
  • Spina bifida
  • Edward’s syndrome
  • high-risk pregnancies
  • Maternal obesity
  • Intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR)
  • Twin pregnancies and birth defect risks

Breast Feeding and Formula Feeding

Breastfeeding and formula feeding both address the nutrition and overall health of the mother and the newborn. Breastfeeding extends many health advantages to the infants receiving it, such as immune support and healthy growth. Formula feeding, which entails using specially manufactured infant formula, is an option available to mothers who prefer not to breastfeed. The importance of making informed feeding decisions is discussed in conferences, with a focus on breastfeeding support and nutritional education. Speaking about the emotional and physical aspects of feeding, talks promote a closer bond between mother and kid. Gynecology conferences provides a possibility for the sharing of innovative infant feeding methods and the promotion of evidence-based guidelines and a comprehensive understanding of breastfeeding and formula feeding to enhance the health of the mother and newborn.

  • Latching techniques
  • Breast Cancer during Pregnancy
  • Mutation
  • Feeding positions
  • Transitioning to solids
  • Nipple care
  • Burping techniques
  • Growth spurts
  • Breast infections

Contraception and Family Planning

Contraception and Family Planning play a crucial role in reproductive health, helping people make informed decisions about when to have children. There are various methods like pills or barriers to choose from, catering to different preferences and health conditions. Family planning includes education and counseling to support responsible choices about having children. These efforts improve the health of both mothers and children by preventing unplanned pregnancies and lowering the chances of maternal death. In gynecology, it's vital to promote and provide effective contraception and family planning options, ensuring the well-being of women and giving them control over their reproductive choices.

  • Fertility awareness
  • Emergency contraception
  • Barrier methods
  • Hormonal contraception
  • Long-acting reversible contraception or Intrauterine devices (IUD)
  • Coercive Interference with Family Planning
  • Implants

Drugs side effects during pregnancy

Gynecology conferences give special attention to investigating the side effects of drugs during pregnancy. This involves studying how medications may pose risks to both the health of the expectant mother and the development of the fetus. The assessment covers various pharmaceuticals, analyzing their safety profiles throughout pregnancy to help healthcare providers and pregnant women make well-informed decisions. Conversations underscore the importance of thorough risk evaluations, acknowledging the delicate balance between treating maternal conditions and ensuring the safety of the growing fetus. Ongoing research and discussions in these conferences play a key role in improving guidelines and practices, promoting the safer use of medications during pregnancy, and enhancing outcomes for both mothers and babies.

  • Withdrawal symptom
  • Premature birth
  • Miscarriage
  • Developmental delays
  • Pharmacokinetics Changes
  • Neonatal Morbidity
  • Teratogenic effects

Fetal and Maternal Medicine

Fetal and Maternal health is a special kind of doctor work in women's health. They focus on taking care of both the pregnant mom and the baby growing inside her. These doctors, part of the gynecology field, keep a close eye on the pregnancy, looking out for any issues that might affect the mom or the baby. They use special tests and procedures to make sure everything is going well. The goal is to make sure the pregnancy is healthy and ends with a safe delivery. These doctors play a big role in making sure both the mom and the baby stay well during pregnancy.

  • Pregnancy complications
  • Prenatal genetics
  • Therapies involved in fatal treatment
  • Fetal and maternal disorders
  • High-Risk Pregnancy
  • Ultrasound Imaging
  • Thrombophilia in Pregnancy
  • Intrauterine Growth Restriction

Gynecologic Surgery

The term "gynecologic surgery" describes any surgical operation that involves any of the female reproductive organs, such as the ovaries, cervix, fallopian tubes, vagina, vulva, or uterus. Enhancing women's quality of being, reducing pain or other symptoms, and improving function are the goals of these procedures. Gynecologic procedures address a broad range of diseases, including cancer, endometriosis, fibroids, ovarian cysts, persistent pelvic pain, pelvic inflammatory disease, uterine prolapse, and irregular bleeding. They can be minor or major. The field of techniques is constantly changing, with minimally invasive treatments gaining popularity since they are less painful, require shorter recovery periods, and have fewer consequences than public surgery.

  • Open gynecologic surgery
  • Vaginal surgery
  • Laparoscopy
  • Robotic surgery
  • Hysteroscopy
  • Tubal Ligation
  • Oophorectomy Types
  • Gynecologic Laser
  • Ovarian Cystectomy

Gynecological Disorders

Gynecological Disorders are health problems that affect the female reproductive system and need special attention from gynecologists. These issues include irregular periods, pelvic pain, endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), uterine fibroids, and various infections. Common signs include unusual bleeding, discomfort, and hormone imbalances, impacting a woman's health and daily being. To understand and treat these disorders, doctors use a combination of health, surgical, and sometimes lifestyle approaches. Continuous advancements in research and technology help doctors improve how they identify and treat these issues. By collaborating in research and health practice, the goal is to improve outcomes for women's reproductive health.

  • Cervical Dysplasia
  • Menstrual Disorders
  • Pelvic Floor Prolapse
  • Birth defects
  • Uterine Fibroids
  • Vulvovaginal Disease
  • Menstrual Bleeding
  • Breast Disorders
  • Polycystic Ovary

Gynecological Endocrinology

Gynecological Endocrinology is a special part of gynecology that looks into the hormonal side of women's reproductive health. It deals with studying and managing hormonal issues that affect the female reproductive system, like polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), imbalances in hormones, and problems with the menstrual cycle. This field explores how hormones work together to control fertility, periods, and other processes in women's health. At gynecology conferences, experts talk about novel ways to diagnose and treat hormonal problems, highlighting how important it is to have the right balance of hormones for women's reproductive health. Gynecological Endocrinology is crucial for handling hormonal issues and supporting the overall well-being of women.

  • Basic Anatomy and Physiology
  • Diagnostic Procedures
  • Endocrine Disorders in the Female
  • Hormonal Physiology
  • Hirsutism Evaluation
  • FSH and LH
  • Hormonal Balance

Gynecological Oncology

Gynecological oncology is a subspecialty of gynecology that deals with the identification and management of tumors that impact the reproductive organs of women. This includes ovarian, uterine, cervical, vaginal, and vulvar malignancies. Gynecological oncologists are health specialists who manage and treat gynecological cancers using modern treatment techniques such as chemotherapy and surgery. They provide complete care. The objective is to improve outcomes and quality of being for women with gynecological cancers by providing individualized, efficient care that takes into account the particulars of each patient's condition.

  • Vaginal cancer
  • Vulva cancers
  • Cervical cancer
  • Preventive Oncology
  • Uterus cancer
  • Ovarian cancer
  • Oncologist roles and responsibilities

Gynecology and Obstetrics

Gynecology and Obstetrics is concerned with the health of women during various phases of existence. Pregnancy, delivery, and general reproductive health are among the topics covered. Obstetricians and gynecologists (OB/GYNs) are specialists in both fields, handling issues related to pregnancy and childbirth as well as the health of the female reproductive system. They provide a variety of services, including oncology, gynecological treatments, surgery, care for expectant mothers, and general healthcare for women.

  • Perinatology
  • Pediatric gynecology
  • Urogynaecology
  • Advances in Obstetrics and Gynaecology
  • Cesarean Section method
  • Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
  • Neonatal Resuscitation
  • Preeclampsia
  • Perinatal Infections

Gynecology Pathology

Gynecologic Pathology is a specific area within gynecology that focuses on studying and diagnosing diseases that affect the female reproductive system. It involves examining tissues and cells from organs like the cervix, uterus, and ovaries to identify issues such as cancers, infections, or structural problems. This field is crucial in figuring out the type and extent of gynecological disorders, helping to guide the right health treatments. Discussions at gynecology conferences explore advancements in techniques for studying diseases, diagnosing tools, and ways to treat them. This highlights how important Gynecologic Pathology is in improving our understanding and management of diseases that impact women's reproductive health.

  • Pathology of the vagina
  • Cervical Pathology
  • Pathology of Uterus
  • Pathology of Fallopian tube
  • Ovarian Tumors
  • Pelvic Masses
  • Breast Pathology
  • Fertility Preservation

Infertility and pregnancy complications

Infertility and Pregnancy Complications take center stage in gynecology conferences. Infertility involves difficulties in getting pregnant despite regular efforts, affecting both emotional and physical well-being. Pregnancy complications include issues during gestation like gestational diabetes, preeclampsia, or preterm labor, which can jeopardize the health of both the mother and the baby. Gynecology conferences explore the latest research and interventions to tackle the complexities of infertility, emphasizing assisted reproductive technologies and providing psychological support. In arrange to provide the greatest results for the mother and the unborn child, discussions often include methods for preventing and managing pregnancy problems. The interdisciplinary approach in these conferences promotes knowledge-sharing, driving progress in understanding and managing infertility and pregnancy-related challenges in women's health.

  • Female infertility
  • Diagnosis and treatment
  • Current generation of diagnostic tests
  • Advancements in reproductive endocrinology
  • Fertility and assisted reproduction
  • Ovulation disorders
  • Ovulation disorders
  • Chromosomal abnormalities
  • Male factor infertility
  • Preterm and Birth risks
  • Endometriosis
  • damaged fallopian tubes

Maternal and Child Health

Maternal and Child Health centres on the well-being and health care of mothers and children. It encompasses efforts to ensure safe pregnancies, healthy childbirth, and the overall health of mothers, infants, and children. Strategies and interventions aimed at encouraging a healthy and thriving start in existence for mothers and their children globally are discussed in global healthcare conferences on maternal and child health.

  • Emergency preparedness
  • antenatal and postnatal care
  • Paediatric oncology
  • Obstetric Fistula Treatment
  • Preeclampsia: Early Detection and Management
  • Emergency Obstetric Care
  • Paediatric Surgery
  • Abortion
  • Neonatal abstinence syndrome
  • Family dynamics

Menopause and Andropause

Menopause and Andropause are describing natural being stages with changes in hormones. Menopause happens when women stop having their periods, usually in their late 40s or early 50s, involving symptoms like hot flashes and mood swings due to lower estrogenic levels. Andropause is a steady drop in testosterone levels associated with aging in men that causes fatigue and decreased desire for sexual activity. Understanding these changes is crucial for good gynecological care. Managing symptoms and keeping hormones balanced during menopause and andropause improves the quality of existence of individuals going through these stages.

  • Menopause Management
  • Early Menopause
  • Uro-genital
  • Sex and Psychological
  • Diagnosis and treatment
  • Surgical Menopause
  • Testosterone Deficiency
  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Sexual Dysfunction

Menstrual Health Symposium

The menstrual cycle is the regular, natural process that a woman's body goes through each month in preparation for a possible pregnancy. It involves the shedding of the uterine lining (menstruation) if pregnancy doesn't occur, followed by the release of an egg from the ovaries (ovulation). Hormonal changes regulate the cycle, influencing the thickening of the uterine lining and the development of the egg. Understanding the menstrual cycle is crucial in the field of gynecology for assessing reproductive health and fertility.

  • Menstrual products
  • Menstrual stigma
  • Menstrual disorders
  • Menstrual hygiene
  • Hormonal changes
  • Uterine lining
  • Corpus luteum
  • Follicular phase
  • Ovulation process

Midwifery and Neonatal care

Midwives are healthcare professionals who take care of pregnant women and support them before, during, and after childbirth. They prioritize the health of both the mother and the baby, aiming for a safe and natural delivery process. Neonatal care is special health attention for newborns, especially those born early or with health issues. The goal is to provide the necessary treatment and constant monitoring to ensure these babies have the finest possible beginning, helping them thrive and develop normally. Neonatal care is crucial for the well-being of infants and requires specific knowledge and skills.

  • Prenatal care
  • Postnatal care
  • Maternal health
  • Obstetrical nursing
  • Pediatrics and Nurse Midwifery
  • Clinical care
  • Fatal endocrinology
  • Neonatal testing

Multifetal Pregnancy

Multifetal pregnancy is a major topic of discussion at gynecology conferences. It is the condition in which many fetuses develop at the same time, usually as twins, triplets, or higher multiples. These pregnancies present distinct challenges and considerations, raising risks for both mothers and babies. Conversations explore the complexities of prenatal care, potential complications, and optimal delivery strategies. Managing multifetal pregnancies requires vigilant monitoring to address issues like preterm birth, low birth weight, and developmental concerns. Gynecology conferences serve as a platform to exchange insights, discuss advancements, and share best practices in the care of multifetal pregnancies. This ensures comprehensive and well-informed approaches to support the well-being of both mothers and their multiple infants.

  • Pathology and pathophysiology
  • Consequences of medication for ovulation
  • IVF role and results
  • Probability factors involved in multiple pregnancy
  • Modes of delivery
  • Diagnosis and Prevention

Nursing and Women's HealthCare

Nursing in Women's HealthCare is a special area where nurses take care of women throughout their lives. They help with women's unique health needs, covering things like reproduction, pregnancy, and gynecological health. Nurses in this field work on preventing health issues, teach about health, and support women in different stages of existence, from teenage years to pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause. They also help with family planning, taking care of pregnant women, and managing gynecological problems. By focusing on keeping women healthy and giving them the knowledge to take care of themselves, nursing in Women's HealthCare is vital for improving health outcomes and making sure women stay well.

  • Women's Health & Emergency Maternal Care
  • Reproductive and sexual health
  • Mental Health
  • Breastfeeding and lactation support
  • Effect of Drugs on Pregnancy
  • Maternal-fetal medicine
  • Gerontology & Geriatrics Nursing

Ovarian Function and Aging

Ovarian Function and Aging in gynecology focus on how a woman's ovaries change as she gets older. This includes looking at menopause, decreased fertility, and hormonal shifts that affect reproductive health. Understanding Ovarian Function and Aging is crucial for dealing with issues related to having babies and handling symptoms during menopause. It helps improve the overall health of women at different stages of existence. This knowledge leads to advancements in gynecological care, giving us useful ideas about personalized treatments, preserving fertility, and taking a holistic approach to make live better for women as they go through various aging phases.

  • Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) Levels
  • Ovulatory Dysfunction in Aging
  • Age-related Changes in Ovarian
  • Premature Ovarian Insufficiency (POI)
  • Bone Health
  • Menopausal Transition
  • Ovarian Volume Measurements
  • Antral Follicle Count


Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) and Polycystic Ovary Disorder (PCOD) are conditions affecting the ovaries, characterized by hormonal imbalances and disruptions in the menstrual cycle. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a common hormonal disorder among individuals assigned to females at birth. It involves an imbalance in reproductive hormones, leading to the development of small, fluid-filled sacs (cysts) in the ovaries. Symptoms include irregular menstrual periods, excess androgen (male hormone) levels, and the presence of small cysts on the ovaries. Polycystic Ovary Disorder (PCOD) is a term often used interchangeably with PCOS. It also refers to a condition where the ovaries may contain multiple cysts, and hormonal imbalances can lead to irregular menstrual cycles. PCOD is essentially a broader term, while PCOS specifically emphasizes the role of elevated androgens in the condition.

  • Diagnosis and Treatment of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
  • Hormonal imbalances
  • Menstrual Irregularities
  • Ovulatory Dysfunction
  • Polycystic Ovaries
  • Luteinizing Hormone (LH)
  • Thyroid Dysfunction
  • Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome (OHSS)
  • Pregnancy Complications

Pediatrics and Adolescent Gynecology

Pediatrics and Adolescent Gynecology focuses on taking care of the special health needs of kids and young people in the gynecology field. It refers to reproductive health issues and ensures that they receive the appropriate treatment as they develop from newborns to teenagers. This special branch of pharmaceuticals looks into and manages gynecological problems that are specific to this age group, such as changes during puberty, issues with periods, and birth defects. By offering complete and thoughtful gynecological care that suits the different stages of growing up, this field helps a lot in keeping the reproductive health and well-being of young people in good shape, stressing the importance of starting care early and educating them.

  • Menopause
  • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
  • Endometriosis
  • Menstrual Cycle and Ovulation
  • Female embryological development
  • Uterus condition
  • Endocrine function and growth

Pediatrics Intensive and critical care

Pediatric Intensive & Critical treatment is a specialty health area dedicated to providing very sick infants, children, and adolescents with sophisticated, meticulous health treatment. Doctors in this field handle critical and potentially fatal conditions such as breathing difficulties, severe infections, and severe injuries requiring specialized care. Pediatricians, nurses, and respiratory therapists are among the many specialists who collaborate in pediatric intensive care units, or PICUs, to provide comprehensive treatment. To ensure that children who are severely ill receive the finest care possible under difficult and potentially fatal conditions, this field is always looking to advance through research, collaboration, and the use of innovative health technology.

  • Pediatric Cardiologists
  • Pediatric Neurologists
  • Pediatric Infectious Diseases
  • Pediatric Surgery
  • Pediatric Nutrition
  • Child Psychology and Mental Health
  • Psychiatric disorders
  • NICU and PICU

Prenatal Screening and Diagnosis

In gynecology conferences, they talk a lot about checking how the baby is doing before it's born. The main goal is to find out if there could be any health problems or things not typical in the baby's genes or chromosomes. Doctors use different tests like ultrasound, blood tests, and a non-invasive prenatal test to catch these concerns early. If they think there might be an issue, doctors might recommend procedures like chorionic villus sampling or amniocentesis to be certain. The conferences also provide updated methods for administering these exams, and they stress how critical it is that parents make informed decisions based on their education. This helps doctors start helping early, provide lots of information, and create special plans for both the mom and the baby.

  • Fatal imagining modalities
  • Trimester screening process
  • Prenatal diagnostic screening
  • Cell-free DNA screening
  • Chorionic Villus Sampling (CVS)
  • Amniocentesis
  • Nuchal Translucency
  • Nuchal Translucency

Preterm Birth, Prevention and Defects

Preterm birth, which happens before 37 weeks of pregnancy, poses health and developmental hazards to the unborn child. Conferences on gynecology cover preventive tactics such as prompt prenatal care, lifestyle modifications, and risk factor management. In arrange to improve the well-being of both mothers and fetuses, these talks stress how crucial it is to pinpoint and treat potential reasons. The conferences also examine the possible abnormalities and issues associated with preterm delivery, which motivates studies and treatments aimed at enhancing results. The cooperative platform fosters knowledge sharing and advances our understanding of preterm birth, its complications for women's reproductive health, and how to manage it.

  • Risk factors in preterm birth
  • Gene responsibility in preterm birth
  • Methods to evade preterm birth
  • Unprompted preterm birth prevention
  • Retinopathy of prematurity
  • Intraventricular hemorrhage
  • Respiratory distress syndrome

Reproductive and Sexual Health

Sexual and Reproductive Health from a Therapeutic Perspective refers to the comprehensive well-being of individuals concerning their reproductive systems and sexual functions. It encompasses physical, emotional, mental, and social aspects related to sexual activity and reproduction. This includes factors such as fertility, family planning, safe and satisfying sexual experiences, prevention and management of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and the overall health of reproductive organs. A comprehensive strategy for sexual and reproductive health takes into account everyone's freedom to make decisions about their sexual and reproductive lives without facing violence, coercion, or discrimination. Health care in this field involves education, counseling, preventive measures, diagnosis, and treatment to ensure individuals maintain optimal health and make decisions aligned with their reproductive and sexual well-being.

  • Male Infertility
  • Female Infertility
  • Disorders of Sexual Development
  • Reproductive Endocrinology
  • Comprehensive Sexual Education
  • Viral Hepatitis
  • Intrauterine Devices (IUDs)
  • Reproductive Cancers

Sexually Transmitted diseases

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) are infections that spread through sexual contact and can affect a person's reproductive and overall health. These diseases, such as chlamydia, gonorrhoea, syphilis, herpes, and HIV, are caused by bacteria, viruses, or parasites. STDs can lead to problems in various parts of the body, like pelvic inflammatory disease, difficulty getting pregnant, and increased vulnerability to other infections. Detecting and treating STDs early is very important to prevent lasting issues. It's crucial to use safe sexual practices, obtain vaccinations when they're available, and have frequent checkups to prevent STDs. In gynecology, understanding and addressing STDs are crucial for maintaining sexual health and preventing problems for those at risk.

  • Trichomoniasis
  • Contraception and pills
  • Human Papillomavirus (HPV)
  • Gonorrhoea
  • Chlamydia Infection
  • Herpes Simplex Virus
  • Mycoplasma genitalium
  • Bacterial Vaginosis (BV)
  • Gonorrhoea
  • Chlamydia Infection
  • Herpes Simplex Virus
  • Mycoplasma genitalium
  • Bacterial Vaginosis (BV)


Urogynecology is a specialized branch of gynecology and obstetrics focusing on female pelvic health and reconstructive surgery. Urogynecologists are highly trained doctors who specialize in diagnosing and treating conditions related to the pelvic floor. This includes addressing issues like a weak bladder and pelvic organ prolapse, where organs shift or sag due to weakened muscles. These specialists employ a combination of health and surgical interventions to improve pelvic health and enhance the overall quality of being for women experiencing these conditions. Urogynecology plays a crucial role in providing comprehensive care, utilizing advanced procedures for diagnosis and surgical procedures to restore pelvic anatomy and function. The goal is to provide effective solutions, improve symptoms, and empower women to regain control and comfort in their daily lives.

  • Urinary and fatal incontinence
  • Pelvic organ prolapses
  • Interstitial cystitis
  • Preventive Urogynaecology
  • Overactive bladder syndrome
  • Genital Trauma and Fistulae

Vulvovaginal Diseases

Vulvovaginal Diseases are different health issues that affect the vulva and vagina, and they need attention from gynecologists. These issues include infections like bacterial vaginosis, yeast infections, and sexually transmitted infections. There are also non-infectious conditions like vulvodynia and lichen sclerosis. Symptoms often include itching, pain, unusual discharge, and discomfort in the vulvovaginal area, affecting a woman's well-being. To figure out and treat these diseases, doctors do careful examinations, tests, and sometimes biopsies. Treatments may include medicines, lifestyle changes, or even surgery. It's important to keep researching and working together in clinics to provide the finest care and improve the lives of those affected.

  • Bacterial Vaginosis
  • Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)
  • Vulvovaginal Candidiasis
  • Genital Herpes
  • Vulvar Cancer
  • Vulvar Lichen Scleroses
  • Vaginal Microbiome


Uniting researchers, policymakers, and healthcare professionals worldwide, the Gynecology Conference serves as a platform to explore recent advancements in the field, exchange knowledge, and collaborate on addressing global challenges in women’s health. Encompassing diverse subjects such as health research, public health, healthcare delivery, and the implementation of gynecological policies, the conference facilitates comprehensive discussions.