Learn about choosing the right birth control method for you. Some examples include the birth control pill, intrauterine device (IUD), patch, condom, or implant.
Learn more about breast, colon, ovarian, cervical and other types of cancers effecting women during your gynecology visit. We offer screening options for high risk carriers.
Depression is a common but serious illness. Depression can be mild, moderate, or severe. To diagnose depression, your obstetrician–gynecologist or other health care provider will discuss your symptoms, how often they occur, and how severe they are.
If you are planning to become pregnant, it is a good idea to have preconception counseling. Your obstetrician–gynecologist or health care provider will ask about your diet and lifestyle, your medical and family history, medications you take, and any past pregnancies.
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs), such as chlamydia, gonorrhea, and genital herpes, are infections that are spread by sexual contact.
Get help with menopause symptoms, urinary incontinence, getting pregnant, or
✔ General Gynecology
✔ Preventative Medicine
✔ Adolescent Medicine
✔ Menopausal Management, Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy
✔ Preconceptional Counseling
✔ Contraception Management
✔ Colposcopy/Endometrial Biopsy
✔ IUD education/insertions (Mirena, ParaGard, Liletta, Nexplanon)
✔ Cryo Therapy
✔ Urinary Incontinence Evaluation and Treatment
✔ Endometrial Ablations (NovaSure)
✔ Cone Biopsy
✔ Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery
✔ Laser Hair Removal
✔ Botox and Dysport, anti-aging treatment
✔ Dermal Fillers- Radiesse and Restylane
✔ Cellulite Reduction
✔ Body Contouring
✔ Acne Treatment
✔ Acne Scar Reduction
✔ Subablative Resurfacing
✔ Fractional Facial Resurfacing
✔ Pelvic Floor Rejuvenation using Votiva
Although most young women don't need to have a Pap test until they are 21 years,
there are at least 21 reasons why you should see a gynecologist before 21 years:
#1 Stay at healthy body weight and feel good about your body
#2 Start good habits for healthy bones
#3 Learn if you have a urinary tract infection and get treatment if you do
#4 Get treatment for vaginal itching, discharge, or odor
#5 Learn if your periods are normal
#6 Get relief if your periods are painful
#7 Find out why your periods are too heavy
#8 Find out why your periods are too close or too far apart or why bleeding happens in between your periods
#9 Learn ways to deal with premenstrual syndrome (PMS) problems
#10 Have safe and healthy relationships with a boyfriend or girlfriend
#11 Know when a relationship is threatening or harmful
#12 Talk about lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) topics
#13 Think things through before you have sex for the first time
#14 Learn about safe sex
#15 Get birth control so you can choose to become pregnant when the time is right for you
#16 Plan ahead for a safe and healthy pregnancy
#17 Get tested for pregnancy
#18 Know what your options are if you become pregnant
#19 Protect yourself from sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and take steps to lower your risks of becoming infected
#20 Get the human papillomavarious (HPV) vaccine
#21 Get tested for STIs and HIV if you are sexually active
Contact us at (843) 341-9700 to make an appointment with one of our women's health experts.
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