The doc has a very pleasing personality. It was very nice to see her as my OB/GYN consultant. I was seen by her on Dec. 22, 2018. Her office is very w ell equipped with the latest technology machines . Her staff was very well mannered and well behaved.
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He was very nice and respectful. I also liked his medical assistant. She was very nice ans understanding. Both were very willing to help in any way they could. Only problem is is that this doctor does not deliver babies anymore. He only does the prenatal care in the beginning and refers you to a different doctor for the delivery.
Overall good rating, my wait time to be see was extended since it was my initial visit. My concerns were addressed, and he was efficient with his time. I'm a New Yorker so the pace for me was great.
She could have been more friendly and empathetic. But it wasn’t a terrible visit. The office receptionist was so kind and amazing courteous. Nurse was also really kind. The facility was clean and nice.
Knowledgeable, Soft-spoken, Thorough, Professional. I have been looking for someone like her for some time now. Glad to have found her.
Dr. O'Toole was very warm & friendly. Made me feel extremly comfortable and listened to all my concerns.
Obstetricians and Gynecologists (OB-GYNs) are doctors that diagnose, treat and prevent women’s reproductive issues. Obstetricians provide medical care during pregnancy and after birth, while gynecologists focus on women’s health, with a focus on the reproductive system. Some of the conditions that your OB-GYN might help you with include pregnancy, urinary tract infections, vaginal yeast infections, premenstrual syndrome, menopause, endometriosis, sexually transmitted diseases and precancerous and cancerous abnormalities.
- The fertility rate was 60.3 births per 1,000 women aged 15 to 44.
- 8.3% of newborns had low birth weight and 9.9% were born prematurely.
- 32% of all births were by Cesarean deliveries.
Additionally, the burden of sexually transmitted diseases is concerning:
Among women aged 15 to 24, the total reported cases of chlamydia was 682.9 per 100,000 women. Similarly, the total reported cases of gonorrhea were 140.3 per 100,000 women. Both of these diseases were highly prevalent in the South. If left untreated, chlamydia can cause ectopic pregnancy, which can prove to be fatal.
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Hysterectomy, which involves removing the uterus, is a common surgery for women in the United States. It is done to treat many women’s health conditions like uterine fibroids, endometriosis, uterine prolapse, abnormal uterine bleeding, chronic pelvic pain and gynecologic cancer. Usually, hysterectomy is not the first option to treat these conditions and should be done only if medically required. There are two types of hysterectomy:
- Total hysterectomy- During this surgery, the entire uterus (including the cervix) is removed.
- Supracervical hysterectomy- Only the upper part of the uterus is removed, while the cervix is left untouched, during a supracervical hysterectomy.
- Radical hysterectomy- Along with total hysterectomy, the surrounding structures around the uterus are removed, too, in a radical hysterectomy. This type of surgery may be recommended if you’re diagnosed with certain types of cancer.
Hysterectomy is one of the safest surgical procedures. However, in rare instances, it can cause problems such as fever, infection, injury to the urinary tract, heavy bleeding, blood clots, breathing or heart problems, or lead to life-threatening conditions. Read more about hysterectomy on the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists’ website.
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