Gynecology

Overview

Barnabas Health Medical Group is devoted to providing the full range of gynecology services from your initial exam through menopause, and beyond.

We provide gynecologic medical services and care in the following areas:

  • Annual Exams
  • Breast Exams
  • Ultrasounds
  • Screening for cervical cancer (Pap test)
  • Comprehensive Annual Physical Examination
  • Birth Control (IUD, Diaphragm Fitting, Patch, etc.)
  • Menopause counseling
  • Hormone Therapy
  • Hysteroscopy
  • Laparoscopy
  • Minimally Invasive Surgery
  • Colposcopy
  • Urinary Incontinence
  • Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)
  • Bone density and DEXA scans
  • Endometriosis
  • Pelvic paid
  • Irregular bleeding

You should see your doctor regularly for preventive health care. This can help find problems early or prevent health problems before they occur. Preventive health care includes exams and screening tests that look for problems even before you are sick. It also includes immunizations, which help to prevent some diseases.

There are some problems that are more likely to cause sickness at certain times of your life. For this reason, preventive care is based on a person's age and risk factors. You and your doctor can work together to plan how you can have a healthy lifestyle, decrease your risk factors, and prevent disease. Together, you can watch for signs of problems that are common in women in your age group. If problems are found early, they may be easier to treat and less likely to pose serious risks to your health.

Our Services

Genetic Counseling

Testing

Screenings

Screening

Screening detects health problems in people who do not have symptoms. Questions about your health, a physical exam, and certain tests are all part of routine screening to look for problems that often occur in your age group.

During the visit, your doctor will ask you questions about your lifestyle and health:

  • Health history
  • Family's health history
  • Diet
  • Exercise habits
  • Use of tobacco, alcohol, or drugs
  • Sexual habits
  • Prescribed or over-the-counter medications

It is important to tell your doctor about all aspects of your lifestyle and health. Complete and honest answers help your doctor give the best advice for your health needs. During the physical exam, the doctor will check your height, weight, and blood pressure. They will also perform a breast and pelvic exam.

There are also other tests that your doctor may suggest. Some tests are recommended for all women. Others are suggested for women in certain age groups. Where you live, your lifestyle, and your personal and family medical history also play a role in the type of health care you may need.

Barnabas Health Medical Group’s comprehensive referral base includes specialists in areas such as:

  • Gynecologic oncology (cancer)
  • Urogynecology (urine loss)
  • Reproductive endocrinology (infertility)
  • Maternal Fetal Medicine (high-risk pregnancy)
  • And more.

Most insurances accepted. Prompt scheduling by appointment only.

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