Your Ob/gyn Health

It’s crucial that women go regularly to the gynecologist. It means your health and nothing is more important. It doesn’t matter how old you are. Problems can happen at any age. Keep your regular wellness appointments and if you have any concerns, speak up. You should feel comfortable enough with your doctor to tell him your concerns.

 Justine Auther MD, of Los Angeles OB/Gyn advises her patients to share this information with their gynecologist. Tell him if you have a new sex partner. It doesn’t matter how old you are. Patients in nursing homes have been known to contact sexual diseases. You are never too old.

Most doctors agree that women under 21 can skip pap tests. Those between 21 and 29 can have a screening every three years.  For women over 30, screening can be extended to every five years. The American College of Obstetricians stresses that this doesn’t mean you don’t need to see your doctor for a wellness check up.

Auther says, talk to your doctor about mammograms. There are conflicting recommendations. Ask your doctor about your personal risk. Have your doctor demonstrate the proper technique to do a monthly breast exam. Every woman should know her body and know how to recognize any change.

Don’t take it for granted that you will be miserable during menopause. Many women get through it with few to no symptoms. A lot of women find relief in menopause and are happier than in earlier life. If you aren’t one of them you can investigate alternative medicine.

There’s no shame in switching doctors. One size doesn’t fit all. Auther says, there are thousands of doctors out there and the one who got you through STD may not be the one to get you through natural childbirth.

Regular GYN checkups are a must to uncover any female hot spots . Spotting  problems early can mean improved treatment. Talk to your doctor about planning a pregnancy. Find out if there are risks you are not aware of and if there are any difficulties concerning your health.

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  1. Nice share.

  2. Excellent information.

  3. Tulan, thanks for the good advice.

  4. our own health often takes a back seat to the rest of the family.

  5. I agree with you. It is important.

  6. Great information that all woman should be aware of,
    very important.

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