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Ask pregnancy questions online free?

Ask pregnancy questions online free?

Yes.: Answers are free. Questions will require investment in time. ...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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Ask a doctor for free chat online?

?: I don't understand your question. What do you want to do? If you have a medical question, just ask it. ...Read more

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Appointment at 1:45. What questions should I ask my dr. About fibromyalgia?

Appointment at 1:45. What questions should I ask my dr. About fibromyalgia?

Several: 20's female asking doctor about her fibromyalgia (FM). Topics to cover: disability placard, SS Disability, FDA approved meds, weight loss regimen if obese, aquatic physical therapy prescription, cannabis recommendation for pain & sleep, Vitamin D test, SIJ belt if chronic low back/pelvic pain, opinion if O.K. to pursue Yoga, Doppler study subclavian artery if signs of TOS, & Osteopath referral. ...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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What questions ask obgyn in week 34 appreciated. about twin?

What questions  ask obgyn  in week 34 appreciated. about twin?

Plan for delivery: I would ask your obgyn how the babies are growing. Are they about the same size, or is one a lot bigger than the other? I would also ask about delivery. Are you having a c/section or vaginal delivery. Are you getting your tubes tied? What to do if you go into labor or your water bag breaks? Have you had your flu vaccine and whooping cough vaccine? GBS culture? Congratulations! ...Read more

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Do i see ob gyn for frequent urunation?

Do i see ob gyn for frequent urunation?

If you are pregnant: Yes. If you have a primary care physician and you are not pregnant go and see him. If no primary care doctor and you have a relationship with a gyn see him. Frequent urination point toward urinary tract infection or sometimes diabetes. ...Read more

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What questions should I ask my ob regarding my diagnosis of cirumvallate placenta?

What questions should I ask my ob regarding my diagnosis of cirumvallate placenta?

Complications: There is an association with an increased risk of some complications like placenta abruption, oligohydramnios (decreased fluid around baby), and others. Be sure to discuss increased surveillance during your pregnancy. Also ask about referral to maternal fetal medicine specialist. Be assured most women and babies do well. Hope this was helpful. Best of luck with your pregnancy. Dr. R ...Read more

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Chat with dermatologist online free?

Chat with dermatologist online free?

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. ...Read more

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Would you call your ob over 3 missed periods?

Would you call your ob over 3 missed periods?

Perhaps: Without knowing your age and what is normal for you, i'd have to answer somewhat conditionally. If you normally have your menstrual cycle at a regular interval, usually roughly monthly, and you've missed three consecutive menstrual periods, you're now reaching the definition of secondary amenorrhea. In this case, it would be a good idea to see your ob/gyn physician. ...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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Can I ask questions about sex?

Can I ask questions about sex?

Yes: You can ask whatever you want medically to help you ...Read more

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Please recommend an accurate, printable online psychological test?

Any online: Any test online is not an 'industry standard' and subjected to rigorous peer review and data sampling. ...Read more

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Are there healthcare providers other than physicians (e.G. M.D.'s, d.O.'s) on healthtap who answer questions?

Are there healthcare providers other than physicians (e.G. M.D.'s, d.O.'s) on healthtap who answer questions?

Yes: Other professionals with doctorate degrees that are on healthtap include: dentists, oral surgeons, pharmacists, podiatrists, and clinical psychologists. They are licensed by their professions. ...Read more

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I would like help ! 17 with BV , questions about gyn ?

I would like help ! 17 with BV , questions about gyn ?

Your question is ???: Please start over.Provide symptoms, duration, treatment to date and specific question.The site is not a chat room and questions are not linked. ...Read more

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This question is for an ob/gyn. What is pos? I heard is more previlent in african american women.

This question is for an ob/gyn. What is pos? I heard is more previlent in african american women.

Hello. : Hello. Pos or (pcos) is polycystic ovary syndrome. It is a hormonal problem which can cause cysts to form on the outer part of the ovaries and can include problems like obesity, acne, menstrual period issues and excess hair. ...Read more

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What's a ob-gyn?

What's a ob-gyn?

Women's specialist: Ob-gyn is the short for obstetrician-gynecologist, the medical subspecialty that deals with women's issues such as pregnancy, menses, dysfunction and disorders of the female reproductive tract. They are certified md's with post medical school training (internship and residency) focusing on these areas and some taking further training to enhance their skills. ...Read more

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Need to find a free Ob/Gyn in Ohio?

OAFC: See the Ohio Association of Free Clinics (OAFC) web site (link attached) and click on your county. Best wishes. https://www.ohiofreeclinics.org/find-a-clinic/ ...Read more

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Do i see ob gyn for frequent urunation?

If you are pregnant: Yes. If you have a primary care physician and you are not pregnant go and see him. If no primary care doctor and you have a relationship with a gyn see him. Frequent urination point toward urinary tract infection or sometimes diabetes. ...Read more

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What kind of surgerycan an ob/gyn perform?

What kind of surgerycan an ob/gyn perform?

A variety: A general Ob/Gyn can perform most surgeries involving the female organs. They perform C/Sections; Hysterectomies; Laparoscopic procedures on the tubes, uterus and ovaries; tubal ligation; procedures on the cervix such as a LEEP or cone; incontinence surgeries such as TVT; and many other procedures. Best wishes. ...Read more

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Is it better to have a male or female ob/gyn?

Is it better to have a male or female ob/gyn?

No difference: Male or female doesn't matter.It all depends on who you would feel comfortable going to and is an individual preference ...Read more

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How should you go about picking a good ob gyn?

How should you go about picking a good ob gyn?

Ask family & friends: Ask around. Those "top doctor" awards can only go so far. So ask your family & friends who they like. Also know what you need from your ob/gyn. If you just need well woman "stuff", family physicians like myself are trained to provide that (some still deliver babies!). If you need surgery, then ask your family doc who s/he would recommend. Bottom line, ask around! good luck! ...Read more

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What licenses are required to become an ob/gyn?

A whole lot: Ob/gyns complete college, followed by 4 years of medical school, and then a grueling 4 year residency program. In order to practice medicine, they must also pass a rigorous sent of exams. If this wasn't enough, some of them become board certified, which is an even more difficult exam. It is worthwhile to enter the medical profession, but it is not for the faint of heart. ...Read more

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When exactly should I have my first OB/GYN appointment?

Before having sex: If you are sexually active, see your gynecologist any time now. If you are not, see her/him before you have sex to get advice about contraception, HPV vaccination, safe sex and if you wish to be pregnant to get pre-natal vitamins. ...Read more

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Should you always get a 2nd opinion from another ob/gyn?

Should you always get a 2nd opinion from another ob/gyn?

No: Would not automatically get second opinions without a specific reason. ...Read more

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What might I do to go about making an ob-gyn appointment?

Research: Do you have an obgyn physician? If not talk to your friends for opinions. Talk to your primary care physician. Research the internet. Must obgyn do not need referrals. ...Read more

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Uhmm if you are 15 would it be recommended to see a ob/gyn ?

Uhmm if you are 15 would it be recommended to see a ob/gyn ?

Good idea: Ideally, a girl should first see a gynecologist around 13-15 years old. This will allow her to establish a relationship with her doctor, understand the importance of female health, and learn about issues that pertain to her body. Important topics like the menstrual cycle, puberty, std prevention, pap tests, and contraception can slowly be introduced. Pap tests should begin at age 21. ...Read more

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How much does you're first prenatal ob/gyn appointment cost?

How much does you're first prenatal ob/gyn appointment cost?

You will have to: Call and ask. Every doctor will probably be close, but they will be different. Check with your parents to see if you have insurance coverage. Also, you may qualify for state medicaide. ...Read more

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What certifications or licenses will i need on order to become an ob/gyn?

What certifications or licenses will i need on order to become an ob/gyn?

M.D. degree to start: Graduate medical school, take and internship/residency for 4 years, pass your specialty boards, get a state license to practice. ...Read more

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What can I expect for me first ob/gyn appointment and what happens during it?

What can I expect for me first ob/gyn appointment and what happens during it?

Depends.: Things may vary slightly from one dr to another. In my practice, the first visit is spent discussing things like: the patient's symptoms, nutrition in pregnancy, common do'/don'ts of pregnancy, exercise, assessing need for nausea treatments, explaining routine prenatal care and expectations, doing the pelvic exam, screening for high risk conditions. We don't routinely do a sonogram til 2nd visit. ...Read more

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I need to see an ob/gyn who excepts medicaid?

Ok : Sounds like a good plan. Just search online for one who accepts it. Most doctors on healthtap list the insurance plans they accept too. With a little homework you should find one. ...Read more

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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

Dr. David Kurss
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Gynecology (Definition)

Gynecology is health care of women, particularly focused on women's reproductive health, but considering the whole woman. Typically health care is provided by physicians trained in obstetrics ...Read more


Dr. Rebecca Thibodeau Khan
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Obstetrics (Definition)

Obstetricians are doctors that focus on ...Read more