Gynecologic problems can surface at any age. Whether you’re experiencing abnormal bleeding, urinary incontinence, or want to talk about birth control options, our board-certified primary care and obstetrics/gynecology physicians will provide an individualized care plan specific to your needs. Services include:
- Birth control management
- Routine exams
- Abnormal bleeding
- Vulvar pain or lesions
- Chronic pelvic pain
- Urinary conditions and incontinence
- Uterine prolapse
- Vaginal discharge
- Cancers including ovarian, cervical and uterine
- Sexual Health
- Minimally invasive surgery
Birth Control Management
Birth control methods include medications, procedures, devices and behaviors. Some methods require an exam by your primary care provider or gynecologist, and can include a prescription, an insertion, or possibly surgery. Birth control plans vary depending on each patient’s specific needs and wishes.
Regional Health providers recommend that women receive routine breast and pelvic exams. Consult your primary care provider to find out how often you should undergo a pelvic exam or a Pap smear. Depending on several different factors, such as general health or sexual history, some women may require more frequent exams.