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HealthTap Prime: HealthTap Prime is a virtual medical consultation service. They say as many as 34% of office visits can actually be completed virtually - virtual medicine is one of the waves of the future, and HealthTap Prime is quite the mature product in this regard. Register at www.healthtap.com. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Obstetricians deal with pregnancy and helping women to have a healthy baby. Gynecology deals with women's reproduction health, so gynecologists treat reproductive health problems like irregular periods, vaginitis, abnormal pap tests. Gynecologists also help women to maintain or achieve overall health--and so address issues of ...Read more
Sure: A patient on PRIME can get a referral to a particular doctor or a particular specialty, which means the PRIME doctor recommends that the patient go get evaluated by a certain doctor or specialty. Because PRIME is outside the commercial insurance system, there are no phone calls, faxes, or paperwork when the PRIME doctor refers a patient (insurers might treat a PRIME referral as a "self-referral"). ...Read more
Yearly: Seeing your gyn every year is a good idea. Though there are discussions in the literature about the need for yearly pap smears, it is prudent to see your gyn for a complete breast and pelvic exam, as well as to review your needs re: birth control, calcium/ vit d intake, breast self exam, diet, exercise, and to have a second set of eyes, in addition to your pmd, to evaluate you for non-gyn issues. ...Read more
Medical history: Your medical history will include questions on every organ system, allergies, medications used, family medical history, reproductive past including prenancies, and previous surgeries/complications. There will also be questions about your lmp(last menstrual period), and amount and nature of your cyclicity. ...Read more
At least every 2 yrs: This is unclear, because a well-done study showed little difference between yearly or every 2 year mammograms in women ages 50-69. The age to start mammograms is also unclear. For women under 50, it takes 1, 904 mammograms to prevent one death from breast cancer. Most groups recommend starting at age 40, but ask your doctor to explain your personal risks and benefits based on your history. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Age, smoking ...: Past the mid-20's, as women get older fertility decreases, so female age is an important factor. Other things that may decrease fertility are smoking, overweight / obesity, pelvic infections like chlamydia or pid, fibroid tumors or polyps of the uterus, endometriosis, surgery involving the ovaries, uterus or tubes, ectopic pregnancies, and cancer chemo- or radiotherapy. ...Read more
?: Sorry, resubmit your question, as i cannot figure out what you are trying to ask. ...Read more
I recently went to my gyneocologist and had a culture test done. It was negative. What am i free of, what to do?
I am around 4-5 weeks pregnant,I had a miscarriage at 4 weeks during my first pregnancy. So, my gynaecologist has aaked me take vageston 200mg twice a day for a month but I read online that is a class D drug during pregnancy. is it safe to take this medic
Yes, safe.: Vageston is a semi-synthetic hormone that--in theory--supports pregnancy in the early weeks prior to the full development of the placenta which then takes over the job of producing natural progesterone. It's perfectly safe but not always effective.There are many other factors that can cause early pregnancy loss that have nothing to do with insufficient progesterone. Best wishes to you! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I need a gynecologist but i don't have insurance do you know of any that will see me with no insurance ?
Yes: See a nurse practioner at a planned parenthood clinic. They are very reliable and knowledgeable. Best of all, it is not expensive to get care there. And usually they have a doctor on staff or by referral that has reduced prices for patients search on your favorite or google: planned parenthood........ ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 17 and I haven't gone to the gynecologist yet or had a vaginal exam should I go or wait I will be 18 in a month?
Obgyn visit: If you are sexually active or having a Gynecologic problem then schedule a visit. Birth control counseling and STD testing can be done. If you are not sexually active and just asking about timing of a first Obgyn visit then the answer is different. Routine pap smear testing begins at 21. HPV vaccination should be done. ...Read more
I want to see a gynecologist. But i only have medicaid and i don't know any doctors. Any suggestions?
Call: Call some doctors in your area and ask if ther accept medicaid. Many mds will accept a certain percentage of medicaid patients per year. ...Read more
I can't use tampons and 3 boys that know how and tried couldn't finger me. What could it be? I haven't gone to the gynecologist.
Likely simple issue: If you have menstrual flow as expected we know you have the parts, and an opening or openings in the hymen (door entering vagina).Some women have a thickened hymen and narrow opening that would obstruct anything trying to enter.This can be confirmed by exam and fixed in a simple procedure done by the OBGYN. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can i go directly to the Gynecologist even if i don't have a primary physician? Is that how it works? Thanks!
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