- Abnormal Pap Smears
- Contraceptive Management
- In Office Procedures
- Pelvic Pain
- Annual Exam
- Da Vinci Procedures
- In Office Sonography
- Bladder Symptoms
- Endometriosis Gynecological Surgery
- Menstrual Disorders
- Bone Density Screening
- Hormone Imbalances
Featured Gynecological Services
Annual Gynecological Exams
Yearly pelvic exams and Pap smears are important in monitoring your gynecologic health and screening for infection, inflammation or other abnormal cells that may indicate disease. Early detection is important in treating any disease and especially important for cervical cancer and other potentially life-threatening diseases.
Annual exams are recommended for women who are sexually active or over the age of 18. During the exam, the doctor will examine your breasts and pelvic organs for any abnormalities or changes. During a Pap smear, he or she will remove some tissue from the cervix to carefully examine as well. An annual exam is one of the most important steps you can take in preventing disorders of the pelvic organs.
To learn more about our OB/GYN services, please call any of our offices or contact us here.
Choosing a method of contraception is an important decision that will impact a woman’s daily life. Talking with your doctor about which method is right for you is essential to successful protection for you and your partner. At County Obstetrics & Gynecology Group, P.C., we will provide you with information about the different types of contraceptives and their respective advantages and disadvantages.
Birth control methods have many different variable factors including frequency, convenience, permanence and effectiveness. It is important to take into consideration your lifestyle, age, health and previous experiences. The decision is ultimately yours, but using our knowledge and experience can help you make the right choice.
To learn more about our Contraceptive Management service, please call any of our offices or contact us here.
Many women going through menopause suffer from a wide range of symptoms including irregular bleeding, hot flashes, insomnia, night sweats, fatigue, depression and more. There are several treatment options available to help relieve these symptoms, and our doctors can work with you to help you decide which option is best for you.
Prescription medication with estrogen and progesterone, known as hormone replacement therapy, is a popular treatment for women to treat symptoms of menopause and reduce the risk of osteoporosis. Patients can also seek treatment for their individual symptoms, and should maintain an active and healthy life to help feel their best.
To learn more about our Menopausal Management service, please call any of our offices or contact us here.