Cristian Andronic is a board certified obstetrician gynecologist. He is well versed in different aspects of high risk and low risk pregnancies among other related conditions. He is recommended as a highly talented doctor, always taking good care of his patients. He is always kind, thorough and considerate making his patients feel confidence of his care. Dr. Andronic has to his credit many years of experience in all aspects of gynecology and obstetrics. This has enabled him to further his profession to become an advanced robotic pelvic reconstructive surgeon.
Treating female reproductive system problems
As an obstetrician-gynecologist, Dr. Andronic helps to diagnose and treat conditions pertaining to the female reproductive system- the uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, vagina and cervix. He also performs Pap smears and breast examinations. As such, he offers treatment for STDs (sexually transmitted diseases) and provides care during pregnancy as well as during childbirth. He also offers treatment to various conditions like pelvic pain, sexual dysfunction, irregular periods, endometriosis, uterine fibroids and ovarian cysts.
Dr. Andronic reveals that there are many problems experienced during pregnancy affecting the fetus or the woman including diabetes, high blood pressure, infections, poor nutrition, excessive vomiting or drug use. The woman could easily develop any of these conditions and more during pregnancy, experience bleeding or experience premature labor. The unusual position of the fetuses may also complicate childbirth.
Working with the obstetrician gynecologist
Working together with your obstetrician gynecologist ensures a normal pregnancy. Normal pregnancies are without complications continuing to full term (37-42 weeks). The blood pressure, blood sugar and weight gain of the woman are all normal. In the uncomplicated childbirth, the labor begins naturally while the infant comes out through the mother’s vagina. After birth, both the baby and mother are in good health.
Dr. Andronic reveals the strange cravings many women get. Initially they may crave certain food items which vary depending with the mood. The cravings become downright outlandish when the pregnant woman starts to crave substances that have no nutritional value. Some of these cravings include eating ice, paper or chalk. There are also women who crave for the consumption of feces, hair or wool. These are behaviors according to the modern norms, outlandish.
According to Cristian Andronic such behaviors cannot be classified as a mental disease but rather as pica. Several theories have been extended surrounding this phenomenon. Pica may be caused by iron deficiency anemia. During pregnancy, increases in plasma volume have the capacity of causing “pseudoanemia” which in turn triggers the cravings.