Geriatric gynaecology is the study of gynaecological disorders in postmenopausal women aged 65 and over. As age becomes an issue, the geriatric period becomes increasingly more significant. The effects of ageing on the tissue milieu make it difficult to apply treatment procedures, which adds to the challenge. As a result, all gynaecologists should strive to care for these women during their reproductive years as well as later in life. The geriatric clinic is prepared to tackle these new difficulties and offer patients new possibilities to live healthier lives. Gynecologists treat women aged 65 and up in three ways: as surgeons, consultants and therapists for gynecologic problems, and primary and preventive health care providers. The field of geriatric gynaecology is fast growing. We must assess whether interventions are acceptable and useful, identify unmet needs, and distribute resources appropriately in light of fast changing technology and breakthroughs in gynecologic care.