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Klinika Mediss Medical Oferta Gynecology for teenagers
Gynecology for teenagers

Gynecology for teenagers

The first consultation with a gynecologist touches on intimate issues that may seem embarrassing to young patients. It involves a lot of stress, so it is important that the doctor and a close companion work together to help overcome stress and shame.Often, the lack of specific knowledge and opinions overheard cause fear and reluctance, which turns out to be completely unfounded after the visit.

During the child’s visit, the patient is accompanied by a parent or legal guardian who must consent to the examination, which does not mean that he or she must be present during the examination itself. The girl has the right to request a test without the presence of her parent/guardian.

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What we offer

At Mediss Medical Clinic, we deal with comprehensive diagnosis and treatment of gynecological diseases in teenagers after 12 years of age.

We offer full women’s health prevention and provide advice on intimate hygiene, a healthy lifestyle and help with sexual education.

How do we work?


The first step is a gynecological consultation with one of our specialists, you can make an appointment by phone, e-mail, via the contact form or directly on our website in the make an appointment tab.


During the consultation, the doctor will ask you about the reason for the visit, your health condition and any other circumstances that may affect it. Remember that the information you provide will significantly influence the course of treatment applied.


The doctor will perform the necessary tests and, if necessary, refer you to additional tests to make a diagnosis and provide appropriate recommendations.


Adolescence is a time of dynamic changes in the body of a young girl. These changes are a natural part of growing up and can spark a variety of emotions, from excitement to uncertainty. It is important for young girls to have access to reliable information about intimate health so that they can make informed decisions and take care of themselves.

Why are visits to the gynaecologist important?

Regular visits to the gynaecologist are crucial for the health of every woman, regardless of age. A gynecologist not only monitors intimate health, but also serves as a trusted advisor on issues related to puberty and reproductive health.

Our doctors: Dr. Maria Walkiewicz and Dr. Daria Tomicka are experienced specialists in the field of gynecology. With their knowledge and empathy, they support young patients at Mediss Medical Clinic, offering professional care and advice.

  • Prevention:

Regular examinations help to detect possible health problems at an early stage.

  • Education:

A gynaecologist can provide important information about puberty, the menstrual cycle, and intimate hygiene.

  • Support:

Opportunity to ask questions and talk about any concerns you may have about intimate health.

First visit to the gynaecologist – What to expect?

Many girls may feel anxious before their first visit to the gynecologist. Our doctors always try to make the first visit as comfortable and informative as possible.

  • Conversation:

Your doctor will ask about your general health, medical history, and menstrual cycle.

  • Physical examination:

Depending on your age and medical history, your doctor may perform a physical exam. Often, the first visit is limited to a conversation and a basic general examination.

  • Education:

A gynaecologist can give advice on intimate hygiene, a healthy lifestyle and answer any questions you may have.

The most common health problems in teenagers

Health problems in teenage girls include a variety of issues related to puberty, menstruation, infections and other health issues. Here are some key issues:

  • Menstrual disorders

Irregular menstrual cycles – in the first years after the start of menstruation, cycles can be irregular.

Painful menstruation (dysmenorrhea) – Many teenage girls experience painful menstrual cramps.

Heavy menstruation (menorrhagia) – unusually heavy bleeding can lead to anemia and other health problems.

  • Hormonal disorders

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) – characterized by irregular menstrual cycles, excessive hair growth and acne.

Thyroid problems – both hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism can affect menstrual cycles and overall health.

  • Intimate infections

Bacterial and fungal infections – can cause itching, burning and discharge.

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) – the risk of infections such as chlamydia, gonorrhea or HPV increases with the onset of sexual life.

  • Problems related to puberty

Delayed puberty – no development of secondary sexual characteristics until age 14 or amenorrhea until age 16.

Precocious puberty – the occurrence of features of puberty before the age of 8.

  • Eating disorders

Anorexia and bulimia – can lead to amenorrhea and other serious health problems.

  • Psychological and emotional problems

Stress and anxiety associated with puberty – emotional support during a period of intense hormonal and physical changes.

Gender dysphoria – help and support for teens who are experiencing gender identity issues.

  • Congenital defects and anatomical problems

Congenital genital defects – problems such as vaginal septum or congenital uterine failure.

Endometriosis: Although less commonly diagnosed in teenage girls, it can cause severe pain and other symptoms.

Intimate hygiene

Proper intimate hygiene is crucial for the health of every woman. Here are some basic rules:

  • Daily washing of intimate areas with mild cleansing agents.
  • Wearing breathable, cotton underwear that allows the skin to breathe.
  • Changing pads and tampons regularly during menstruation.

Sex education

Conversations about sexual health are extremely important. Sex education includes information on:

  • Safe sex: learn how to protect yourself from unwanted pregnancy and how you can protect yourself from sexually transmitted diseases.
  • Consent: You need to understand that all sexual contact must be consensual and consensual.
  • Emotional well-being: the importance of healthy relationships and a positive approach to your own body.

When to see a gynecologist?

Every girl should know when it is necessary to visit a gynecologist. Our gynaecologists are ready to help you in any situation that raises concern.

  • Irregular, very heavy or painful periods
  • Severe pain in the lower abdomen
  • Unusual vaginal discharge, itching, or burning
  • Breast problems

How to Prepare for a Gynaecologist’s Appointment?

Preparing for your gynaecologist appointment can reduce stress and help you make the most of your time with your doctor:

  • If you use a menstrual app, be sure to take your phone with you, information about dates, cycle lengths, pain symptoms and your other observations about your health are very important.
  • Prepare questions: write down all the questions you want to ask the doctor.
  • Dress comfortably: choose an outfit that is easy to take off to make the examination easier.

What infections can result from untreated recurrent intimate infections?

A neglected or improperly treated intimate infection can become latent and become a serious health problem. Infections can spread and lead to more serious conditions such as cervical, urethral or bladder inflammation. Our gynecologists always emphasize the importance of regular monitoring of intimate health to prevent such complications.

Intimate health is crucial for overall health and well-being. Regular visits to the gynecologist, proper hygiene and education about sexual health are essential for every young girl. Remember that at Mediss Medical Clinic you can always count on professional and friendly care from our gynaecology specialists: Dr. Daria Tomicka and Dr. Maria Walkiewicz


Our specialists

doc. Daria Tomicka

doc. Daria Tomicka


I am a specialist in obstetrics and gynecology. I graduated from the Wydział Lekarski Pomorskiej Akademii Medycznej in Szczecin […]

doc. Maria Walkiewicz

doc. Maria Walkiewicz


I am a specialist in obstetrics and gynecology. I graduated from the Faculty of Medicine at the Gdański Uniwersytet […]


Price list

Service Price
Gynecological consultation without ultrasound 250 zł
Gynecological consultation with ultrasound 300 zł

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Our clinic is located in the very center of the Gdańsk Wrzeszcz district. You can reach us by all means of public transport.

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