This is the first in a series on the NHS in which we look at the changing roles of surgeons and gynaemists.
When the NHS was founded, there was a strong belief that a specialist was a medical doctor who specialized in surgery and would make the right decisions.
Today, this is no longer the case.
As more and more surgeries become elective, doctors are often left with limited skills and experience in the field of surgery.
This is particularly true in areas such as anaesthesia and gynoscopy.
This article examines the role of a specialist gynaegologist and what it means for you.
In general, a specialist will not have the skills to make a full range of gynaesthetic decisions.
However, if you are looking for a specialist in gynaesthesia, a gynaepharmacologist, or a specialist who specializes in gynocentesis, this article may be of interest.