Gynecology Q & A
Why is Gynecology Important?
Gynecology is a specific branch of medicine that focuses on issues related to the female reproductive system. This system is complex, and you may experience many different problems or concerns throughout your life. Gynecologists are trained to recognize and deal with these issues, so they can offer superior guidance and care.
What Services are Available?
OB/GYN Specialists of South Miami offers comprehensive gynecological care to women in Miami. Some of the services available include:
- Contraceptive counseling: The doctors help you find the best contraception for you to prevent pregnancy
- Endometriosis management: The doctors offer diagnosis and treatment to women with the symptoms of this painful condition.
- Pelvic pain management: The doctors help you find the underlying problem of your pelvic pain and helps you address it.
- Infertility counseling: The doctors help you get to the bottom of your infertility.
- Menopause counseling and treatment: The doctors help women deal with symptoms during and after menopause.
- Adolescent Gynecology: The doctors provide compassionate care to women of all ages, including adolescents.
This facility also offers treatment for common gynecological problems, such as urinary incontinence, urinary tract infections, and sexually transmitted diseases.
How Often Should Women See A Gynecologist?
As a woman in your reproductive years, you should see a doctor at least once each year for a well woman exam. You should also make an appointment at OB/GYN Specialists of South Miami any time you have a question or concern about your reproductive health. For example, if you’re sexually active and you’re concerned about preventing pregnancy, you should schedule an appointment.
Certain symptoms warrant a trip to see the gynecologist as soon as possible. Call OB/GYN Specialists of South Miami if you notice:
- Bleeding between periods
- Longer, heavier periods
- Pelvic pain
- Blood in your urine
- Bloating in the pelvis
- Growths or blisters on your genitals
If you have a symptom and you aren’t sure whether you need an appointment, please call the office for guidance.