Gynecology Malpractice Lawyer - Medical Negligence Compensation Claims



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A specialist medical malpractice lawyer deals with clinical negligence relating to matters involving female reproductive health, especially issues dealing with the ovaries, vagina and uterus, the study of which is known as gynecology. The majority of physicians dealing in the practice of gynecology also practice obstetrics, which has to do with pregnancy management and baby delivery. Gynecology medical malpractice lawyers follow suit and usually deal with legal issues relating to obstetrics and gynecology as a joint specialism.

Gynecology Medical Malpractice Lawyer


A gynecology medical malpractice lawyer will handle personal injury compensation claim settlements that deal with the issues of gynecology and obstetrics arising when a physician has not administered proper care or treatment. If you would like to talk to one of our obstetrics and gynecology medical malpractice lawyers, please use the contact form on this website or email our offices. We offer free advice with no further obligation in order to protect your legal right to claim compensation for personal injury caused by negligence. There are time limits to obstetrics and gynaecology medical malpractice lawsuits and you should take legal advice from a specialist medical malpractice lawyer as soon as possible after the negligent event that caused your injury.

Obstetrics & Gynecology


Many cases that affect women’s health are associated with conditions that affect the reproductive tract including issues like pregnancy, pregnancy prevention, problems with fertility, infections, and cancer. Most of these issues are dealt with on a regular basis by a general gynecologist, but there are times when a specialist (such as a fertility specialist or gynecological oncologist) may be needed.

Gynecologists are in charge of conducting basic health check-ups, breast examinations, and pap tests. A complete medical history should be compiled prior to any physical examination. A medical history should include information regarding the woman’s monthly cycle, any fertility problems, pain that may be present, vaginal discharge, previous health problems or surgeries, the number of children carried, and any illness or infection.

Gynecologists will also conduct examinations of the uterus and ovaries by means of an internal examination. This is done by using a speculum inserted into the vagina to view the cervix. A recto-vaginal examination may also be needed if there are concerns regarding the rear of the uterus or vagina.

Ultrasounds are another common test done by gynecologists. This test shows a clear view of the interior portion of the uterus, which can show any object inside the uterus, the post uterine area, the ovaries, and the fallopian tubes. Transvaginal ultrasounds can be used by being inserted directly into the vagina to provide a view of the cervix, uterus, and cervical length. Transvaginal ultrasounds are often ordered in early pregnancy to see the fetus in its earliest stages.

Female reproductive tract diseases are another area gynecologists assist with. Issues in this category include urinary incontinence problems, amenorrhea (also known as a lack of menstrual periods), and cancers that affect the cervix, fallopian tubes, ovaries, vulva, or vagina. These specialists can also help with dysmennorrhea (also known as pain that accompanies menstrual periods), infections, infertility, uterine prolapsed, and heavy menstrual bleeding.

Gynecologists are also skilled surgeons who can manage a variety of procedures that affect the reproductive health of women. Surgery is often needed for a number of reasons, of which some relate to reproductive purposes, while others do not. Typical surgeries that are performed by gynecologist include: hysterectomies, which may be needed for many reasons including cancer, uterine prolapsed, or heavy menstrual bleeding; tubal ligations for women who want to prevent future pregnancies; caesarean sections, which are done by making a low incision in the abdomen to remove a baby from the uterus; dilation and curettage, which is used for remedying heavy menstrual bleeding, to terminate a pregnancy, or to remove a miscarried fetus; laparoscopies, which are done to provide a more in depth view of the uterus and ovaries; and ovary removal, which may be needed to cure polycystic disease, endometriosis, or to treat cancer.

Personal Injury Compensation


If you believe that you have suffered physical damage at the hands of a negligent doctor or other incompetent healthcare professional you should take urgent legal advice to protect your right to claim compensation for personal injury and financial loss. Errors by clinicians in the field of obstetrics and gynecology account for more than half of all lawsuits handled by Canadian personal injury lawyers. Our obstetrics and gynecology medical malpractice lawyers are here to help with consultations at no cost and with no further obligation. Please contact us without delay for more information.

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