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Gynecology/Well Woman Exam

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Busy lives and time constraints can prevent us from taking care of ourselves. But making our own health a priority is the best way to help juggle life’s many demands. Your gynecological exam is a perfect time to share with your health care provider any concerns you may have. 

Well-Woman Care
A well-woman visit is an opportunity to evaluate your overall gynecologic health and provide preventive services. It is a good idea to list any medications you are currently taking and any updates to your own and your family’s medical histories.  As part of the well-woman visit, there may be a breast and pelvic exams based on your age. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) recommends beginning annual pelvic exams at age 21, unless a patient has signs of a menstrual disorder, vaginal discharge, pelvic pain, or other reproductive-related symptom. If you have additional concerns or concerns that are identified by your provider, you may be asked to return for additional appointments, testing or treatments.


Typical topics in a well-woman exam include:
Pap tests and mammograms
Birth Control
Sexually transmitted infections screening
Menopausal symptoms
Vaccinations

Gynecology
In addition to offering well-woman care and regular exams, our team of gynecologists and nurse midwives have the expertise to diagnose and treat the full-range of gynecological conditions you may be facing.

Conditions might include:
Abnormal Pap tests
Abnormal periods
Vaginal infections
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Endometriosis
Fibroids
Incontinence
Complicated Menopausal Issues
Ovarian Masses
Pelvic Organ Prolapse
Pelvic Pain
Pain with Sex
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
Transgender Gender Affirming Therapy
Pediatric/Adolescent Gynecology 

Treatments
In-office diagnostic transvaginal ultrasound and procedures
In-office colposcopy
In-office LEEP
In-office diagnostic transvaginal ultrasound and procedures
Surgery including the latest minimally invasive techniques

Once you have scheduled an appointment with one of our obstetricians or midwives, we request patients complete patient forms prior to their appointment.