Constanta Gynecology Office

Our Constanta Gynecology office offers you complete services from pregnancy to birth.

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Consultations obstetrics-gynecology FROM 1990 until today

Doctor Pețeanu's obstetrics-gynecology office was established by Dr. Vladimir Pețeanu in 1990 out of the desire to offer patients optimal conditions for prophylaxis, diagnosis and outpatient treatment of gynecological conditions as well as for pregnancy diagnosis and follow-up of pregnant women until delivery. Since then, the clinic has been visited by tens of thousands of women, many of whom have become loyal patients.

University and clinical experience

We continued the tradition of Dr. Vladimir Pețeanu by giving the patient the most important place in our priorities. We have tried to live up to expectations through continuous professional training, university and clinical experience, adapting medical equipment to international standards and ensuring special conditions for performing medical procedures.

Whether you are a mother or a mother-to-be, a teenager or a girl, menopausal or post-menopausal, we offer you the special quality of medical care, safety, efficiency and confidentiality of the medical act in an environment that we want welcoming and friendly!

Constanta Gynecology Services

We continued the tradition of Dr. Vladimir Pețeanu by giving the patient the most important place in our priorities. We have tried to live up to expectations through continuous professional training, university and clinical experience, adapting medical equipment to international standards and ensuring special conditions for performing medical procedures.

Frequent questions

What is gynecology?

Gynecology deals with the detection, diagnosis, treatment and recovery of various conditions of the female genital system, as well as those involving female sex hormones. Gynecology deals with, among others, menstruation, menopause, contraception, diseases of the breast, uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, infertility.

Gynecological pathology includes the following conditions:

  • Menstrual disorders (heavy menstrual bleeding, menstrual pain, irregular menstrual cycles, premenstrual syndrome);
  • Family planning (temporary/permanent contraception, IUD implantation);
  • Abnormalities of the Babeș-Papanicolau test (minimal changes and re-evaluation of Babeș Papanicolau, colposcopy, HPV genotyping, anti-HPV vaccination);
  • Ovarian cysts, pelvic pain, endometriosis, uterine fibroids, polycystic ovary syndrome, acne, abnormal hair growth distribution, urinary tract infections, vulva and vaginal conditions;
  • Menopause (symptomatic treatment by hormone replacement therapy; prevention, screening and treatment of osteoporosis; post-menopausal bleeding);
  • Diseases of the pelvic floor (pelvic organ prolapse, urinary incontinence, recurrent urinary tract infections, study of urinary dynamics disorders);
  • Infertility (infertility assessment, full infertility investigation, ovulation induction and assisted conception);
  • Evaluation and diagnosis of gynecological cancers; the treatment of pre-cancerous lesions.\


Gynecology is a branch of medicine that deals with the study, diagnosis and treatment of conditions of the female reproductive system. This field covers a wide range of women's health issues, including menstruation, contraception, fertility, sexually transmitted diseases, menopause, as well as conditions of the reproductive organs such as the uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes and vagina. Gynecology often works closely with obstetrics, the medical specialty that deals with pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period, often combining into the specialty known as obstetrics-gynecology (OB-GYN). Gynecologists are specialized doctors who have undergone further education and training in this field and are qualified to perform a variety of procedures, including pelvic exams, Pap smears (tests to detect cervical cancer), laparoscopies and hysterectomies.

    What is obstetrics?

    Obstetrics is the branch of medicine that deals with the assistance and care of women during pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period (the period immediately following birth). This field focuses on ensuring the health and well-being of the mother and fetus during pregnancy, as well as identifying and managing any complications that may occur during pregnancy or childbirth.

    The main aspects of obstetrics include:

    1. Pregnancy monitoring: This includes tracking the development of the fetus, assessing the health of the mother, and identifying and managing any pre-existing or developing conditions that could affect the pregnancy.

    2. Birth planning: Obstetricians help develop a birth plan, taking into account personal preferences, medical history, and any potential risks to mother and baby.

    3. Management of Labor and Delivery: This includes monitoring the mother and fetus during labor, assisting the birth (whether vaginal or cesarean), and managing any complications that may arise.

    4. Postpartum care: Obstetrics also deals with monitoring the mother's health after birth, ensuring that she recovers properly and receives support for caring for the newborn, breastfeeding and adjusting to motherhood.

    Obstetricians are specialized doctors who have undergone additional training in this field, being qualified to provide specialized medical care to women during pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period. Obstetrics is often practiced in conjunction with gynecology, with specialists in these fields known as obstetrician-gynecologists (OB-GYNs).

    At Dr Peteanu's Office, you can benefit from the procedure of different obstetric medical procedures.

    When should I consult a gynecologist?

    There are several symptoms that should prompt you to consult a gynecologist. If you experience any of the following symptoms, it is important to schedule a visit with your gynecologist for evaluation and, if necessary, treatment:

    1. Irregular or very painful periods: Changes in your menstrual cycle, such as very painful periods, bleeding between periods, very heavy periods, or no periods (amenorrhea), can indicate various health problems.
    2. Pelvic pain: Persistent or severe pelvic pain can be a sign of conditions such as endometriosis, uterine fibroids, or pelvic infections.
    3. Symptoms of urinary tract or vaginal infections: These include stinging when urinating, itching, burning, unusual discharge, or an unpleasant odor.
    4. Bladder control problems: Urinary incontinence or difficulty urinating requires medical evaluation.
    5. Bleeding after intercourse or in postmenopause: Any bleeding that occurs after intercourse or after menopause should be investigated.
    6. Changes in the breasts: Lumps, breast skin changes, unusual nipple discharge, or any other changes should be evaluated by a doctor.
    7. Symptoms of pregnancy or need for family planning advice: If you suspect you are pregnant or need contraception advice, it is important to consult a gynecologist.
    8. Need for cancer screening: Including Pap smears for cervical cancer, HPV testing, or discussions about breast or ovarian cancer screening.
    9. Wanting to discuss fertility or conception problems: If you have been trying to conceive without success for more than a year (or six months if you are over 35), you should seek advice from a gynecologist.
    10. Premenopause or menopause symptoms: These include hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, vaginal dryness and other symptoms.

    Any of these symptoms warrant a medical evaluation. Gynecologists specialize in women's health and can provide accurate diagnoses, treatments and advice for a wide range of reproductive health issues.

    What is pregnancy termination?

    Termination of pregnancy, also known as abortion, is the process of terminating a pregnancy before the fetus is able to survive independently, i.e. before viability. Viability is the term used to describe the ability of the fetus to survive outside the womb and varies depending on many factors, but is often considered at around 24 weeks gestation.

    Abortion can be achieved by several methods, depending on the duration of the pregnancy and the health conditions of the woman. The main methods include:

    1. Medical abortion: Which I talked about earlier, uses medication to terminate and expel the pregnancy. It is effective and safe when used in the early weeks of pregnancy.

    2. Surgical abortion: There are two main forms:

      • Vacuum aspiration (or uterine suction) is the most common method used in the first trimester. The procedure involves using a cannula connected to a suction device to empty the uterine contents.
      • Dilation and evacuation (D&E) is used in the second trimester and involves the dilation of the cervix followed by the removal of fetal and placental tissue using surgical instruments.

    Abortion can be a deeply personal and often emotionally and ethically complex decision. In many places around the world, access to abortion is regulated by laws that vary considerably from region to region. In some countries or states, abortion is widely accessible and considered a woman's right to decide over her own body, while in other places it is strictly limited or prohibited.

    It is important for women to have access to accurate information and professional support when making decisions about terminating a pregnancy. Access to quality health services and psychological counseling is crucial in such situations.

    What gynecological tests do you perform?

    Screening tests in Gynecology Constanta they have the role of ensuring the prevention of cervical cancer. These are :

    • the Babeș-Papanicolau test (which detects cellular abnormalities in the cervix that indicate a risk of developing cervical cancer or even its presence);
    • the HPV test (detects the presence of HPV oncogenes);
    • CINtec PLUS analysis (allows identification with high sensitivity and specificity of the risk of progression to high-grade cervical intraepithelial lesions).
    Are routine consultations important?

    Regular consultations are very important both in the gynecological and obstetrical context and in general for maintaining health. These consultations allow early identification and effective treatment of possible health problems, thus helping to prevent long-term complications. Benefits of regular consultations include:

    1. Early detection of diseases: Many conditions, including cervical cancer, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and other gynecological conditions, can be detected in their early stages through regular examinations such as the Pap smear. Early detection increases the chances of successful treatment and cure.

    2. Reproductive health monitoring and management: Regular consultations provide an opportunity to discuss contraception, family planning, fertility and other reproductive health issues.

    3. Assistance during pregnancy: For pregnant women, regular consultations are essential to monitor the development of the fetus, the health of the mother and to identify any potential complications in time.

    4. Prevention of complications: Through regular health monitoring, doctors can recommend lifestyle changes or treatments that prevent the development of more serious conditions.

    5. Education and Counseling: Consultations provide an opportunity to receive personalized information and advice related to sexual and reproductive health, nutrition, exercise and other important aspects of health.

    6. Establishing a relationship of trust with the doctor: Regular visits help build a strong patient-physician relationship by facilitating open communication and encouraging patients to raise questions and concerns.

    The recommended frequency of gynecological consultations at an office in Constanta varies according to age, medical history, specific risks and other individual factors. It is important to follow your doctor's recommendations regarding the scheduling of these periodic consultations.

    Benign gynecological conditions (uterine fibroids, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, or polycystic ovary syndrome) discovered late and not treated in time can affect the reproductive system in the long term, with irreversible effects on gynecological health.
    The early symptoms of ovarian cancer are often very subtle and become apparent only in the late stages (III and IV) of the disease, when the chances of cure and the possibilities of treatment are reduced.
    Early detection of endometrial cancer (stage I) ensures more than 90% chances of cure
    Cervical, ovarian and endometrial cancer are no longer the end of the road when they are detected in time. That is why it is very important to carry out routine gynecological investigations annually and to consult the opinion of a specialist gynecologist.

    What is medical abortion?

    Medical abortion is a method of terminating a pregnancy using drugs, without requiring surgical intervention. It is an option generally used in the early weeks of pregnancy, usually up to 10-12 weeks of gestation.

    The process usually involves two types of drugs: mifepristone and misoprostol. These drugs work in tandem to interrupt and expel the pregnancy.

    1. Mifepristone is administered the first time. This drug blocks the hormone progesterone, which is essential for maintaining pregnancy. Without progesterone, the lining of the uterus begins to break down, making it impossible for the embryo to support itself.

    2. Misoprostol it is taken a few days after mifepristone. This medication causes uterine contractions that help expel the uterine contents, similar to a natural process of miscarriage or childbirth.

    Medical abortion is considered a safe and effective method when performed under the supervision of a medical professional. Side effects may include cramping, bleeding, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and fatigue, which are usually manageable and pass after the process is completed. It is important for patients to follow up with the doctor to make sure the abortion was complete and to discuss any health or emotional concerns.

    Medical team

    Lector Univ. Dr. Balcan Alina Beatrice

    Univ. Lecturer Dr. Balkan Alina Beatrice

    Primary Care Physician Anesthesia Intensive Care, Doctor of Medical Sciences

    Dr. Peteanu Valentin

    Dr. Peteanu Valentin

    Primary Obstetrics-Gynecology Doctor, Doctor of Medical Sciences, General Surgery Specialist. Competencies: Obstetrical and Gynecological Ultrasound, Family Planning

    Certifications Dr. Peteanu Valentin .PDF

    Lector Univ. Dr. Cindea Iulia

    Univ. Lecturer Dr. Cindea Iulia

    Primary Care Physician Anesthesia Intensive Care, Doctor of Medical Sciences

    Dr. Sasu Simona

    Dr. Sasu Simona

    Obstetrics-Gynecology Primary Doctor

    Competencies: Maternal-Fetal Medicine, Obstetrical and Gynecological Ultrasound, Hysteroscopy

    Anghel Laura

    Angel Laura


    Specialty: General Medicine

    Geantemir Synel

    Geantemir Synel


    Specialty: General Medicine

    Bleoju Mihaela

    Bleoju Mihaela


    Specialty: General Medicine

    A wonderful man, a wonderful doctor, whatever problem I had, he offered me the appropriate treatment, and the explanations I understood.
    I simply love it!

    Mustafa Madalina

    I recommend with the greatest love!
    He explains it very well and you understand it right from the start.

    Diana Boanta

    I recommend with confidence! He is a specialist and reliable doctor, he does his job in an exemplary manner, he gives advice and explains everything, he followed his wife's pregnancy and was helpful at all times! The office is very clean, punctual and besides all this, a man of 10!

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    Besides the fact that he is a special doctor, he is first of all a human being. He is patient, he listens to you, he gets involved, he gives you advice and you can talk as if you have known him all your life.
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    A very good doctor from a medical point of view. He is an educated, calm gentleman, he explains the problem in the patient's understanding. He has the ability to clearly and concisely state the problem you are suffering from and the most important thing is that he does not sell you lies and does not think he is omnipotent. I appreciated the fact that he was able to say that the problem I was suffering from required a check-up with a more specialized doctor. I recommend for sincerity and honesty!

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    I gave birth with the doctor 16 years ago at the county hospital to a 5.500 kg boy. I had a caesarean section and I have always been very satisfied because even now I still go to him. A true professional. All the respect. True Dr. Thank you

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