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General Gynecology Care

General Gynecology Care

All women over 18 years old, or younger if already sexually active, should have annual gynecological examinations as part of their healthcare routine.

Our gynecology team includes many outstanding physicians in the full range of gynecological specialties. We also offer expert specialized care for women who face problems such as infertility, pelvic pain, menopause, fibroids, incontinence, or even cancer.

Understanding the anxiety and uncertainty that can be associated with seeking gynecological care, we will always take the time to answer questions, listen to concerns, and provide support. Our board-certified team offers the following services:

  • Annual gynecological exams for adults and adolescents
  • Care in gynecological emergencies
  • Contraceptive education and management
  • Saline sonohysterogram for abnormal bleeding
  • Evaluation for gynecologic surgery
  • Fibroid Care
  • Investigation of reproductive problems
  • Minimally invasive surgery
  • Follow-up exams after surgery and child birth
  • Care in gynecological emergencies
  • Treatment for and education about sexually transmitted infections
  • Alternative hormone replacement therapy, such as bio-identical hormones
  • Polycystic ovarian syndrome
  • Tubal litigation
  • Ultrasounds

Gynecological Cancer

Gynecological Cancer

You might already know that there are several types of cancer that can affect a woman’s reproductive organs. Together, they are known as gynecologic cancer.

Truth be told, there’s no simple way to test for this type of cancer if you don’t show any signs or symptoms. That’s why it’s important to:

  • Have regular Pap tests that can detect cervical cancer early on, as well as cervical cell changes that could become cancer if not treated.
  • Know about the cancers in general.
  • Recognize warning signs.
  • Talk with your primary care physician to learn what you can do to reduce your risk.

Diagnostic and Screening for Gynecologic Cancer:

Our gynecologists work collaboratively with other Stamford Health physicians specializing in urogynecology, gynecologic oncology, pediatric and adolescent gynecology, and reproductive endocrinology to provide the best, most comprehensive care.

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