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OB-GYNs near New York, NY

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OB-GYN
305 7th Ave, 10th FlNew YorkNY10001
(256)

This was my first time seeing Dr. Jha and not my last. I plan on transferring from my previous doctor's office to this one. She was so nice and very thorough. She explains everything she is doing and why. She answers your questions with explanations and overall just a great experience considering its the one doctor we all dread seeing. There was maybe a 5 minute wait, which is nothing to complain about. The staff was nice and the office was clean.

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OB-GYN
21 Murray Street, 3rd FloorNew YorkNY10007
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OB-GYN
213 Madison AveNew YorkNY10016
(18)

The best OB I've ever seen! Highly recommend him for pregnancy and delivery!

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OB-GYN
220 East 30th Street, Ground FloorNew YorkNY10016
(1,148)

Dr. Kenneth Kaplan was very professional and made me feel very at ease during my appointment. I would highly recommend him.

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OB-GYN
128 Mott Street, Suite 501New YorkNY10013
(470)

Dr. Egbert was great and made me feel comfortable. My biggest problem was the wait time. I filled out the form and they left my form on the desk where other people could read it. I ended up waiting 2 hours to be seen. After 2 hours, the girls at the desk realized they hadn't taken my form.

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OB-GYN
142 Joralemon St., Suite 14ABBrooklynNY11201
(246)

good easy going doctor

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OB-GYN
139 Centre St, PH120New YorkNY10013
(1,377)

Wow! Very caring & down to earth person. Gives good, practical advice and explains things clearly . So happy to find her!

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OB-GYN
135 Spring St, Floor 2, 201WNew YorkNY10012
(108)

Lovely appointment. Thank you Dr Greenwald!

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OB-GYN
135 Spring St, Floor 2, 201WNew YorkNY10012
(113)

Dr. Keaty is the best! She truly takes the time to answer all of your questions and she really cares. I would highly recommend her.

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OB-GYN
146 Norman AveBrooklynNY11222
(528)

very patient and listening to all my concerns & answered all questions. assured i was doing okay. the wait wasn’t long and the receptionists were delightful .

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New York Gynecologists

Gynecologists specialize in diagnosing and treating conditions associated with the female reproductive system while minimizing health risks. Patients receive medical care for pregnancy, childbirth and general reproductive health. Many gynecologists study obstetrics, and are known as obstetrician/gynecologists (OBGYN); In addition to women’s health, they are qualified in providing care before and during pregnancy.

 

Typically, a visit to the gynecologist includes a comprehensive physical evaluation, diagnostic screening, counseling, and treatment. Screening tests may be recommended to detect early signs of conditions such as cervical cancer or breast cancer. Gynecologists also provide consultation for family planning; It could include conception, birth control such as IUD, and surgical procedures like hysterectomy.

 

When it comes to your reproductive health, a visit to the doctor’s office can help identify and treat cancer of the female organs such as the ovaries and cervix, cysts, prenatal problems, STDs/STIs/PIDs, unusual vaginal bleeding, and sexual dysfunction. However, women are advised to go for regular gynecology consultations even if there are no symptoms or existing conditions. Experts recommend seeing a gynecologist before the age of 21; It is a preventive measure to keep reproductive health in check.

Find the best gynecologists in New York

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What to expect for a gynecologic visit?

A general check-up is conducted to examine blood pressure and weight. Apart from this, other tests may be run, depending on your symptoms. This helps the practitioner rule out possible underlying medical conditions that could, in turn, affect your gynecologic health. Pelvic exam and breast exam are two types of physical exams that could be conducted during your visit.

  • A pelvic exam is an evaluation to check for vaginal, labia, cervical, ovarian, and uterine abnormalities. The need for a pelvic exam is determined based on your symptoms.
  • A pap smear is usually conducted as a part of the pelvic exam. It is a screening done to detect signs of cervical cancer; however, the need for one will be assessed by your doctor.
  • Breast exams are carried out to check for breast cancer signs.

Apart from the physical exams and other tests, this visit is an excellent opportunity to discuss female health issues and concerns with your healthcare provider.


Sources: American college of surgeons, MedlinePlus, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, World Health Organisation

 

 

 

The content herein is provided for general informational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Medical information changes constantly, and therefore the content on this website should not be assumed to be current, complete or exhaustive. Always seek the advice of your doctor before starting or changing treatment. If you think you may have a medical emergency, please call your doctor or 9-1-1 (in the United States) immediately.

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