Dr. Erum Saba Gynecologists Dubai UAE – Profile of Dr. Erum Saba Gynecologists at Zulekha Hospital, Al Nahda, Dubai
Dr. Erum Saba Gynecologists
Dr. Erum has more than 10 years of experience in the field of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Dr. Erum Saba did her MBBS from DOW Medical College/Civil Hospital Karachi and then went on to do her post-graduate training for FCPS and MRCOG from Abbasi Shaheed Hospital, Karachi Pakistan. She then worked as a Resident Medical Officer at the same hospital before being promoted as a Senior Registrar. Dr. Erum also did a two year fellowship in Doppler, 2D and 3D Ultrasound from Institute of Ultrasound and Imaging, which is affiliated with Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia USA. Dr Erum was also served as a consultant at Nazeer Hussain Hospital, Mothercare Hospital and Faisal Clinic Karachi. Dr Erum has also received extensive training in Laproscopy and Infertility. During her professional career she has gathered experience in abdominal and vaginal hysterectomies, laparotomies, vaginal repairs, ovarian surgeries, laparoscopic and hysteroscopic surgeries, normal and instrumental deliveries, cesarean sections, colposcopy and gynaecological oncology. Prior to joining Zulekha Hospital, Dr. Erum was working at a Medical Center in Dubai.
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Al Nahda, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
A Gynecologist doctor is a specialist who takes care of women’s reproductive health from adolescence through old age. While some women choose to have their gynecological health tended to by their general practitioner, others prefer a specialist with a depth of knowledge about female health needs.
Every woman needs to visit the gynecologist at some point in life and then continue to do so to ensure complete health. This helps you with everything from general health to managing a pregnancy, along with other important aspects of women’s health. This helps to make sure that you are at your best and that anything that is wrong is caught early. You will be able to receive full check ups as well as assistance to keep everything working and going perfectly fine. You can also receive other types of help from your doctor to stay informed and to avoid issues in the future.
Going to a gynecologist should not be something you do only because of an emergency or only when you are pregnant. You need to go to one on a regular basis, which is especially true when you consider the many medical problems that you may have. Before an issue occurs and it is too late, you need to schedule an appointment to have a check up performed. You should make a habit of doing this too. As with your general doctor, you are going to need regular check ups to make sure that everything is in order. If you do not do this, you may miss something that could be dangerous to your health, even life threatening.
For some people, seeing the doctor is something they do on a regular basis from the time they were children and it is a practice they continue as they become adults, with no gap in between. For others, there is a strange period where healthcare is no longer an important part of their lives. This is unfortunate, as it is impossible to take advantage of the enormous advances in modern medicine if you aren’t actually availing yourself of preventative care. If you are a woman who thinks that gynecology is only important if you have an active problem or are pregnant, here are some things you need to know about your healthcare choices.
Advocacy groups involved in family planning usually adhere and disseminate the advice that women begin seeing a gynecologist whenever they intend to become sexually active. This is important for health purposes as well as filling in any educational gaps that the young woman may have. While women choose to become sexually active at various ages, this happens around the age of 16 for many. After this point, these physicians recommend coming back to the doctor on an annual basis for a checkup. Without sexually active behavior, the standard within the medical community is to recommend that women begin seeing the doctor at the age of 21 and every year thereafter.