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Gynecological & PAP SMEARS


What We Offer  

We have a long tradition of excellence in women's health care. Our OB/GYN team of expert healthcare providers offers the full spectrum of services and treatments. We provide routine obstetrics and gynecology as well as advanced care for complex conditions.

Gynecologists give reproductive and sexual health services that include pelvic exams, Pap tests, cancer screenings, and testing and treatment for vaginal infections. They diagnose and treat reproductive system disorders such as endometriosis, infertility, ovarian cysts, and pelvic pain.

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Benefits & Expected Results

A gynecology consultation is important for every woman that is done by Gynecologists. He/she is a specialist in women’s health and has detailed knowledge of the body and reproductive organs. A woman’s reproductive organ is a complex structure. It is designed to refresh itself monthly and incubate a fetus. The reproductive health of women keeps changing over their lifetimes, and hence it is important to get a feel for it regularly. A gynecology service can be described as a service offered by the specialist who suggests a routine diagnostic procedure to assess the condition of the reproductive system of women. This is performed to determine if there are any infections or diseases present. Gynecologists perform the whole procedure. The procedure could also be related to fertility or prenatal, preconception, and maternal care. 

These consultations are crucial as women are at an increased risk of getting infected through sexually transmitted diseases or cancer. In the United States, there are around one million women who have been diagnosed with pelvic inflammatory disease, while five million women of reproductive age are suffering from endometriosis. Cancers that are specific to women like ovarian cancer can kill thousands of women. However, most of these diseases can be prevented or treated early through regular screenings and consultations.

Sometimes a gynecologist can be addressed as obstetricians, but they aren’t the same. Both doctors receive education and medical training on the female reproductive organs, and obstetrics has a more expanded scope. Obstetricians can handle prenatal and maternal care, including the delivery of a baby. Both can work in tandem. The gynecologist can help women comfortable and capable of bearing a child. Once a woman is pregnant, she can be referred to an obstetrician. However, most gynecologists are also practicing obstetrics, so they can deliver babies. In these cases, they are known as OB-GYN.

When do Women Usually Use Gynecology Services

Usually, women go in for screenings when they have concerns about symptoms such as abnormal bleeding or vaginal, vulvar, or pelvic pain. However, annual gynecological screening is recommended for all women. Conditions that can be treated by a gynecologist are:

  • Family planning, including sterilization, contraception, or termination of pregnancy.

  • Menopause, menstruation, fertility, and pregnancy issues.

  • Sexually transmitted infections.

  • Tissues supporting pelvic organs, including muscles and ligaments.

  • Fecal and/or urinary incontinence.

  • Polycystic ovary syndrome or PCOS.

  • Premalignant conditions like cervical dysplasia and endometrial hyperplasia.

  • Benign conditions of the reproductive tract, like, fibroids, ovarian cysts, breast disorders, vaginal and vulvar ulcers, or other non-cancerous changes.

  • Pregnancy-related tumors, cancer of breasts, or reproductive tracts.

  • Gynecological emergency care.

  • Congenital abnormalities in the reproductive tracts.

  • Abscesses and pelvic inflammatory diseases.

  • Endometriosis- the chronic condition affecting the reproductive system.

  • Sexual dysfunction and sexuality.

Results Expected 

A gynecological service and consultation is usually recommended for those women who are believed to be suffering have been diagnosed with conditions that can affect portions of the female reproductive system like the fallopian tubes, ovaries, and the uterus. It may be necessary as part of screenings. This can include abdominal, pelvic, breast, rectal, uterine, and vaginal checks, as they can have links to symptoms that affect the reproductive system.

Women who are trying to get pregnant can consult with a gynecologist, especially if they are dealing with infertility. Infertility issues could mean polycystic ovarian syndrome or PCOS, endometriosis, or the presence of immature eggs. If a woman is pregnant already, the OB-GYN can advise her on the preparation for childbirth. He provides medical care, prepares her to carry the child full-term, and then deliver a healthy child. In certain cases, genetic screening is recommended to check if the baby has congenital or genetic disorders.

It is a misconception that women have to be pregnant or sick to go through a medical screening or consultation. Women who are menstruating, sexually active, or have a family history of reproductive issues need to go in for gynecology service for preventive programs, routine screening, contraception, and family planning.

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