A gynaecologist is a doctor who focuses on the reproductive health of women. They diagnose and treat problems with the female reproductive system. The uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, and breasts are all included. A gynaecologist can help anyone with female organs. The gynaecological problems that the general surgeon is most likely to meet are those that present with acute abdominal symptoms and those that arise unexpectedly during laparotomy. Obstetrics, or pregnancy and childbirth, menstruation and reproductive concerns, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), hormone imbalances, and other issues are all dealt with by them. Gynaecologists, like all surgical specialties, may use medicinal or surgical therapy (or a combination of both) depending on the nature of the problem they are treating. Many common medication therapies, including as antibiotics, diuretics, antihypertensives, and antiemetics, will be used in pre- and post-operative medical therapy. Gynaecologists also frequently use specific hormone-modulating medications to treat female genital tract problems that respond to pituitary or gonadal signals.