OB GYN Health examinations are inclusive of age groups from adolescence, young adult, perimenopause, after menopause and focus on :
- Routine Disease Prevention (Annual Exam)
- Evaluation and Treatment of Specific Problems or Complaints
- Pregnancy Care
It is helpful for you to play an active role in your examination by being prepared. If possible come prepared by being able to describe symptoms or problems and with knowledge of your past medical surgery history. Reports of previous tests or physician evaluations may be helpful. Do not be afraid to ask questions or speak up if you are concerned about something.
After your visit,, if you have received a diagnosis of a certain medical condition, learn as much about it as you can. The more you know about your condition, the more likely you will understand specific recommendations. Make sure you have all the necessary information before deciding on what procedures to have or what medications to take.
Listed below are a few reputable web sites:
- www.acog.org (The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists)
- www.health.gov (The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services)
- www.cancer.org (The American Cancer Society)
Contact us if:
- You are confused about something.
- You have other questions or concerns.
- You start to feel worse or your medicine does not seem to be helping.
- You have had a test or procedure and have not received the results. Do not assume that "no news is good news".
All About Women OBGYN is dedicated to protecting and restoring each woman’s reproductive health. For more information about All About Women OBGYN or to schedule an appointment, contact us.