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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
Straight forward: We as gynecologist are here to help with your health issues not to judge or have an opinion on your personal beliefs. So I prefer for my patients to address their health issues or complaints straightforward. Initially it may be hard to talk about your personal issues but as you get use to the dr. Then you can begin to trust, that is how you stablish a healthy long lasting relationship with your d.
I have a mole on my lady part. The outer labia I guess is the term. Should I talk to a gynecologist about getting it removed or a dermatologist?
Either is fine: Either one should be able to remove it for you. The gynecologist may be more comfortable working in that area and the dermatologist may have a better idea whether it is something you really need to worry about.
Constant uti's after inter course. Which doctor do I talk to - general internist, urologist or gynecologist - about the issue?
Chronic UTIs: 31 year old woman with chronic UTIs. If you have chronic UTIs, more than 5 in one year, you should take post coital antibiotics over a 6 month period, then try a trial off. Depending on medical issues and allergies, there are several options, including Macrobid a few times a week or Keflex 500mg po after sex. Also learn to void completely after sex and practice good hygiene.
Embarrassing but what doctor should I talk to about a breast reduction? I'm 22 4ft11 with a 38 f cup. A gynocologist?
Breast: Plastic surgeon would be your best bet! .See 4 more doctor answers
Is there a way to chat with a doctor 1 on 1 online for free? I get embarrassed when seeing doctors in person.
Maybe: Everyone needs to be paid for their job, so free is unlikely. There are many places online where you can interact like this and have questions answered.
Free Health Care: I do not believe there is such a service. I do know that you can go to public health clinics for a sliding scale fee and that is where I would advise you to start. Regular family medicine office visits are also not expensive when you compare the cost of seeing specialists or going to an er.See 1 more doctor answer
Could I use a free online psychiatric chat to get a medicine for a social event I have that is anxious for me?
Try CONCIERGE: This is HealthTap BASIC, where you post simple questions and get free, brief, informational answers from U.S. doctors; not medical care and not conversations with doctors. Try our premium CONCIERGE service where you can have private virtual consultations with doctors. For psychiatry, it is UNLIKELY for a patient to get medication unless there is an ongoing relationship between patient and doctor.
Help! Need to know if there's a free room where I can talk to a suicide prevention helpline online?
I don't know about a: Room but here is a free helpline that you can call 24/7: phone: 1-800-suicide // 1-800-784-2433** also: 1-800-273-talk // 1-800-273-8255** take care.
Nope: Ovulatory pain is very common and is not correlated with anything pathologic. It can be a nuisance! But is not a symptom that anything is going wrong
Is there a way I can chat with a doctor 1 on 1 online? I get embarrassed when I meet doctors in person.
Healthtap Prime: Yes. Please use Healthtap Prime and you can chat 1 on 1 with a provider.
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It depends....: Online chat groups if appropriately moderated can be a helpful tool. I would look to a local hospital or to nami (a national organization dedicated to mental health) for guidance. But the important thing is that chat and support groups are not a substitute for meeting regularly with a therapist and/or their doctor.