Obstetricians & Gynecologists Clinics
Gynecologists treat a wide range of medical problems that affect women. They provide preventive medicine for women and can diagnose conditions that might otherwise go undetected. These specialists can also give advice on healthy lifestyles. They treat women of all ages, from teens to elderly. Most women see a gynecologist at least once a month, although the number of visits increases in the last months of pregnancy. The doctor will check the woman's reproductive organs, take urine samples and measure her uterus in order to determine the baby's growth rate. He or she may also use ultrasound technology to see the baby's heartbeat. A gynecologist may also help women who do not want to become pregnant. They can prescribe birth control pills or insert contraceptive devices. They can also fit diaphragms, which are devices that are attached to a woman's abdomen. They can also diagnose vaginal infections and detect sexually transmitted diseases. Using an app, gynecologists and patients can communicate with each other through real-time, two-way video. This improves the accuracy of diagnosis and allows the doctor and patient to work together. It also makes it easier to track and analyze data. It also saves time and money for gynecologists and fertility specialists. Gynecologists also provide a variety of in-clinic procedures, including those for abnormal bleeding. They also perform advanced hysteroscopic procedures, such as endometrial polyp removal. These procedures are usually performed under sedation.