An OB-GYN is a physician with special expertise in obstetrics and gynecology.
Our OB-GYNs provide services including:
- A full range of preventive care services, including pap smears, STI testing, treatment (if necessary), pelvic exams, and ultrasounds.
- Answering clients’ questions about pregnancy, sex, reproductive health, and infertility.
- Although recommendations for the frequency of visits may change over time, many women see their OB-GYNs at least once a year. Some use these physicians as their primary or only doctors.
- My Doctor’s OB-GYN team provides specialized care for women.
- Our team provides a range of services for women throughout all phases of life, from adolescence to pregnancy, menopause, and beyond.
- Our OB-GYN team offers surgical and nonsurgical care, including:
- Birth control, Fertility care, Pelvic health, Prenatal care, Robotic surgery, Well-women checkup; an opportunity to discuss preventive health measures, receive screenings for diseases, and learn about women’s health issues.
Our team of experts—including nurse-midwives, obstetricians/gynecologists, and specialists—work together to serve you.
Our OB-GYNs can also perform, among other things:
- cesarean sections
- instrumental deliveries during childbirth
- a hysterectomy
- removing growths, such as ovarian cysts and uterine fibroids
- surgery to repair pelvic organ injuries
They also perform a variety of routine and in-office procedures, such as:
- pap smears to test for cervical cancer
- STI tests
- fertility treatments, such as egg retrievals for IVF or egg-freezing
- pelvic ultrasounds to check the pelvic organs and monitor pregnancy
- infertility treatments and counseling
- management of urinary issues, such as urinary tract infections and urinary incontinence
- treating common problems, such as anemia
- breast exams and breast health management, including mammograms and other breast cancer screenings
Our OB-GYNs can address a wide range of general health needs, such as screening for mental illness and filling prescriptions for common ailments. They can also perform blood work that checks for common diseases and refer people to specialists when necessary such as; Maternal-fetal medicine specialists, gynecologic oncologists, and female pelvic surgeons among others
If you think that you might be pregnant or have any of the reproductive system issues below, we recommend seeing an OB-GYN.
- STD testing
- suspected pregnancy or miscarriage
- pregnancy complications
- pain during sex
- pain or other symptoms associated with urination
- suspected infertility
- to ask questions about sexual or reproductive health