The application in the realm of gynaecological diseases is the management of gynaecological diseases. Sexually transmitted diseases and obstetrics are examples of gynaecological diseases, which affect the female genital organs. Because these diseases constitute a public health and social problem, it is critical to address them at the primary health-care (PHC) level, so that both primary and secondary prevention can be promoted in this setting. This can be more significant than curative procedures at times. First and foremost, young girls must be encouraged to live a healthy lifestyle and engage in sexual activity with awareness. Regular gynaecological check-ups and screening are essential for primary prevention. Screening refers to preventive tests that examine a seemingly healthy population with the purpose of identifying people who exhibit early signs of disease or are at risk of developing a disease as soon as feasible. Aside from primary prevention and screening, it's critical to stress patient education about the value of a healthy lifestyle and to explain sanitary and dietary measures for certain diseases. As a result, patients are more aware of the necessity of early identification and prevention of gynaecological disorders, as well as the use of frequent screening for early detection in order to eradicate the condition.