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Medical Society: Your best bet is to call the Florida Medical Society. They will have a list of qualified OB-GYN specialist for you. ...Read more
Detection: A solution of peroxide will adhere to tissues that have been invaded by human papiloma virus before the tissue has changes that are visible to the human eye. Such simple procedures allow the physician to gain valuable information that might otherwise be undetected. If clear, the result is also helpful. ...Read more
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Some overlap: Essentially 2 separate specialties, . However, uro-gynecologists do cystoscopies &manage stress urinary incontinence, cystitis etc., but nothing above bladder in urinary tract. Urologists &/or uro-gyn manage urethral diverticula, caruncles etc. Urologists manage full range of urinary incontinence including neurogenic bladder. Pediatric urologists are also infant gynecologists + intersex specailists. ...Read more
Hi, I got 2 miscarriages this year. I am trying to get pregnant, but my gynacologist consult me to wait for atleast 4 moths. She also gave me sulfamet?
Hi, Iam pregnant runing 3rd month. Am getting toothache. Can you suggst how to proceed for this problm. I have to consult first Dentist or Gynacologist?
See your dentist: The dental treatment during pregnancy is considered beneficial. The dental care is safe and effective at any stage of pregnancy, including examination, diagnostic X-rays, fillings, crowns, dental extractions and root canals. Your dentist will coordinate with OB/GYN. See your dentist for evaluation and let the dentist know, you are pregnant. ...Read more
I took my 10 year old daughter to a gynacologist for her con't bleeding and prescribed her "duphest" hormone bills, 2/day. Will it affect her growth?
No it will not: No it will not effect her growth. ...Read more
I have recently changed my gynacologist n she uses the intravaginal ultrasound for every checkup...Is that ok coz im not comfortable with it...And how can I b sure it is well disinfected?
Why the ultrasound?: Is there a particular reason that your gyn is doing an ultrasound exam? Is he following a cyst or other abnormality? There is no reason to do routine pelvic ultrasounds on a patient who is asymptomatic. The vaginal ultrasound probe is always disinfected after every patient. If you are unsure, ask the physician or nurse to show you the area where they sterilize the probe. ...Read more
How do I find a gynacologist in the Dartmouth MA, area that does cervical polyp with general anesthesia?
I went to a gynacologist. They ran my blood work and said that my menopause has started. I haven't had a period in years but now I had one. Is it normal?
No: If you go for a year without bleeding, any additional bleeding is considered abnormal and requires investigation. One cannot assume it is just a regular period, but must consider that it could be due to a polyp, an abnormal growth or overgrowth in the uterus, or even a cancer. An ultrasound and endometrial biopsy will help to determine the cause of the bleeding. ...Read more
Hi, my gynacologist prescribed Fertisure f to prepare me for pregnancy. My question is if Fertisure F is for infertility or is it just vitamin?
Vitamin: It is not available here in the US. Reading online it appears to be a Vitamin and an herbal mixture. ...Read more
I had a miscarriage in march and now im 5 weeks pregnant when should I first visit my gynacologist?
51 year old female with strong abdominal pain blood and pus in urine, . Gynacologist says there is nothing wrong with my parts and recommends CT scan?
I'm five weeks pregnant. I started spotting a couple of days ago. My gynacologist gave me crinone (progesterone gel) gel 8%. I'm still spotting. Is the gel safe? Can it cause any birth defects?
Safe.: Crinone (progesterone gel) 8% is a safe vaginal gel to stabilize the cervix and early pregnancy. Please discuss with your doctor the indications and potential cost/side effects of this - however rest assured that it is generally safe to use in pregnancy. Take Folic Acid >1 mg daily, avoid exercise, intercourse, aspirin/nsaids/ssris and best of luck! ...Read more