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Gynecologist In Pretoria
Comfort level: The training is the same but some patients are more comfortable with a female examining them. ...Read moreGet help now ›
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
I'm nervous about asking my questions because I have never been to a gynecologist before. What should I do?
Prepare: I agree with writing down the list of questions prior to the appointment. Keep in mind that the physician is there for you. Bring someone if that would make you feel comfortable. Good luck. ...Read moreGet help now ›
I am not a virgin...If I go to a gynecologist to diganose my problem..Will it b known to her dat I am not virgin?
Of course! But ...: The doctor will know a patient is not a virgin the minute the patient tells the doctor! of course, if the patient doesn't tell the doctor, the doctor won't know, and will have to ask the patient, or will have to guess. On the other hand, the virginity thing is highly over-rated, and not very important except in issues of pregnancy, std's, psychological symptoms, and unfortunately, sexual assaults. ...Read moreGet help now ›
Research: To find a gynecologist (or any other physician), there are several ways to go about getting the info you need. Ask your friends who they use, go the the local hospital's website and click on "find a doctor, " contact the local medical association, or go to the website for those board certified specialties. For gynecologist, the american college of obstetricians & gynecologists, www.Acog.Org. ...Read moreGet help now ›
What type of degree I need to become a gynecologist?what science major I need?and what courses should I take along?
You will need: Multiple degrees. First, you will need a bachelors degree from a 4 year college/university. It does not have to be a science related degree. US medical schools do require specific prerequisite classes, like general chemistry, organic chemistry, general biology, general physics. Then you will need to graduate from medical school. Finally you will need to complete a residency in OB/gynecology! ...Read moreGet help now ›
Depends: What happens at a Gyn visit depends on how old you are and why you are going. Most Gyns won't do a pap until age 21 and STD testing can often be done using urine. If you do need an exam, a nurse will be present. Its usually very quick and allows your Gyn to swab the cervix and vagina for certain tests. If it is your first visit, most docs will show you what they are going to do. Best wishes! ...Read moreGet help now ›
I need a gynecologist but i don't have insurance do you know of any that will see me with no insurance ?
Free: http://www.zhcenter.org/. This clinic provides care for poor and uninsured. ...Read moreGet help now ›
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 moreGet help now ›