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Primary amenorrhea.Have any treatment to get pregnancy.Have done laporoscopy.Dnormas discj.Primary amenorrhea2 mullerian dysgenosis?

Primary amenorrhea.Have any treatment to get pregnancy.Have done laporoscopy.Dnormas discj.Primary amenorrhea2 mullerian dysgenosis?

Possible by IVF: Normal pregnancy is possible if no uterine abnormality with hormonal manipulation ( administration) where ovulation is absent , if tubes are absent , has normal uterus is possible , you need fertility expert , to make you ovulate , harvest , and by ivf . Speak to your doctor, good luck. ...Read more

Dr. Carol Major
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Obstetrics And Gynecology (Definition)

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


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Would volunteering at a ob gyn office be good for medical experience?

Would volunteering at a ob gyn office be good for medical experience?

Absolutely!: Well, maybe i shouldn't be so enthusiastic. After all, it depends upon why you want experience. If you want to see if medicine is a good career for you, then hanging out w/any physician should be a good experience. Of course, it helps if you volunteer in office w/energized physician who loves what s/he is doing rather than someone who's burned out! positive staff helps, too! good luck! ...Read more

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Question about pcos and missing periods. How many before I call gyn?

Question about pcos and missing periods. How many before I call gyn?

No need to wait: Why wait? It's already on your mind enough to ask, call your doctor or get one if you don't already? Why not just get it figured out, it'll put you at ease and have health benefits too. ...Read more

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If you were a 32 woman ttc. 3 miscarriages. >16fsh <.50 amh. What medical treatment would you seek?

If you were a 32 woman ttc. 3 miscarriages. >16fsh <.50 amh. What medical treatment would you seek?

IVF or Egg Donor: A rei specialist can assess your chances with ivf. The Clomid (clomiphene) challenge test day 10 fsh can help to decide whether or not ivf is a reasonable option, and a rei will also look at your ultrasound. If you're willing to do ivf and would use an egg donor if unsuccessful with own eggs that's a good option. If financially or emotionally you can only do one round of treatment i would consider donor egg. ...Read more

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Does my OBGYN need an assistant surgeon for regular (non robotic) laparoscopic myomectomy?

Does my OBGYN need an assistant surgeon for regular (non robotic) laparoscopic myomectomy?

Typically one: When doing laparoscopic surgery an assistant is sometimes needed to act as a "third hand" especially when using multiple ports for instruments in certain procedures. The assistant need not be another physician but may be a member of the surgery staff or in a teaching institution, a resident. ...Read more

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One smear test done by gynecologist showed ASCUS. After, 2 smear hpvtests done by nurses showed Normal. Who to trust? Gyn said he don't trust the last2

One smear test done by gynecologist showed ASCUS. After, 2 smear hpvtests done by nurses showed Normal. Who to trust? Gyn said he don't trust the last2

ASCUS Not Cancer: The three pap smears all may be the same. ASCUS is not a diagnosis. It is a mild or minor change of 'UNKNOWN" significance. It is labeled ASCUS to differentiate the changes to are seen and which do predict cancer. There is no reason to debate or worry about the past. There is just the normal routine follow up exams and tests as time goes by. ...Read more

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Is planned parenthood a teen sexual health clinic?

Is planned parenthood a teen sexual health clinic?

At times: Planned parenthood is a generalized substitute for gynecologic and general health care for women. Most of their efforts are in pelvic inflammatory disease, cancer detection and birth control. A few other areas of interest like pregnancy termination, a small percentage of their total efforts, have been a target of politically inspired demagogues. Female teen sexual health is addresed there. ...Read more

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Who pays for abortion if you get pregnant after tubal ligation?

Who pays for abortion if you get pregnant after tubal ligation?

You do: Failure rate for a tubal ligation is close to 2 per 1000. That is revealed to you when you sign the informed consent. Unfortunately, tubes can grow back together or form fistulas that are openings that will allow the egg or sperm to pass. ...Read more

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Regular doctor, she would send me to a child/adolescent gynecologist?

Regular doctor, she would send me to a child/adolescent gynecologist?

See below: If your doctor does not perform gynecological care. For the provision of birth control, etc. ...Read more

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Does planned parenthood require a pelvic exam woman take before giving her birth control?

Does planned parenthood require a pelvic exam woman take before giving her birth control?

Expect it: If any licensed physician or licensed personnel under their supervision provides prescription meds without proper evaluation and documentation it can result in either restriction or loss of license. You can get condoms 6 for a dollar at many Dollar Trees. What your local PP gets away with is unknown. ...Read more

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How many myomectomy surgeries are there ?May you please name them gyn's doctors?

Three: The type of myomectomy is performed based on the location and size of the fibroid. Very large fibroids are often removed by an open abdominal myomectomy. You will have a larger skin incision with this approach. Smaller fibroids can be removed laparoscopically. Fibroids located inside the uterine cavity can be removed hysteroscopically and a new device called myosure can be used for this approach. ...Read more

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Can a regular ob / gyn treat you for infertility?

Can a regular ob / gyn treat you for infertility?

Infertility: A general OB/ Gyn can do infertility evaluations and treatment. The infertility specialist works with the more difficult cases. Typically in vitro fertilization is only done by the specialists. Infertility doctors will usually send pregnant patients back to the generalist for delivery. A woman older than 35 with infertility should probably be seeing the specialist. ...Read more

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How are an ob gyn and a gynecologist different?

How are an ob gyn and a gynecologist different?

OB/Gyn : An OB/Gyn is an obstetrician and gynecologist. An OB/Gyn takes care of pregnant and non pregnant patients. A gynecologist takes care of only non pregnant patients. ...Read more

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First gynecolegist appointment about ovarian cyst? Gp said to expect sono. What else?

First gynecolegist appointment about ovarian cyst? Gp said to expect sono. What else?

Normal: If no u/s has been done then its doubtful that cysts are the issue. You probably have pelvic pain, and ovaries make cysts - its what they are supposed to do, they are rarely a sourc of ongoing pain. A sono is reasonable, but you should have be asked q's about your bladder and bowel function as well as the timing of your pain related to your menstrual cycle. ...Read more

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Who has studied conception more accurately ob, gyn, or radiologists?

Who has studied conception more accurately ob, gyn, or radiologists?

Ob-gyn: Obstetricians help with natal care and delivery of the child. Radiologists rarely see pregnant women because x rays are dangerous to the developing baby. ...Read more

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Why do doctors fear vaginal birth after a previous c-section?

Why do doctors fear vaginal birth after a previous c-section?

Uterine rupture: Not necessarily fear but a healthy respect for how quickly a normal labor can turn into a catastrophic uterine rupture with hemorrhage, emergent surgery, & potential maternal or infant loss. Uterine rupture can happen in the best of candidates for vbac and are often unpredictable. In today's legal climate, many obs will not risk any complications that can be avoided. Some hospitals forbid vbac. ...Read more