Women’s Health

Weight Loss program/ We allow ample time for appointments, so that we can listen and then discuss the exam, lab work and recommendations.

Services that we provide:

  • Annual Exams and Pap smears
  • Routine gynecological care for problems including birth control options, bleeding, pain and menstrual irregularities.
  • Menopause and peri-menopausal issues.
  • Osteoporosis screening, diagnosis and treatment.
  • Stress counselling.
  • Weight Loss program

The Pelvic Exam

A pelvic exam is a way for doctors to look for signs of illness in certain organs in a woman’s body. The word “pelvic” refers to the pelvis. The exam is used to look at a woman’s:

Vulva (external genital organs)
Uterus (the womb)
Cervix (opening from the vagina to the uterus)
Fallopian tubes (tubes that carry eggs to the womb)
Ovaries (organs that produce eggs)

When are Pelvic Exams done and how often?

According to the American Cancer Society, it’s a good idea for women to begin having yearly pelvic exams within three years of becoming sexually active or at the age of 21, whichever comes first. The exam should also include a yearly Pap smear. Some women who have a higher risk of cancer may need to have a Pap smear more often. Women who have had normal Pap smear results for several years and have only one sex partner may need a Pap smear less often. Talk to your doctor to see what is right for you.

  • During a yearly physical exam.
  • When a woman is pregnant.
  • When a doctor is checking for an infection (such as chlamydia, vaginosis,trichomoniasis, and others).
  • When a woman is having pain in her pelvic area or low back.

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Attention: If you are experiencing a life-threatening illness or injury, please call 911 or go to the nearest Emergency Room.