How to Find a Doctor For Gays And Lesbian Pregnancy

Choosing the right obstetrician is important to any pregnant couple however, when the parents are gay or lesbian, certain interview questions may change a bit in order to assure the chosen obstetrician has no problems with parental sexual orientation. ... read more »

Preventing Thyroid Disease During Pregnancy

Clinical researchers have shown that hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism and subclinical thyroid disorders have dangerous effects on pregnant women and the cerebral development of the fetus.   ... read more »

Gel Application to Reduce Pain During PAP Smear

Insertion of the speculum during a PAP smear examination can be painful for some women. The fear of this pain may be enough to keep women from scheduling an annual examination. ... read more »

Ovarian Cancer Symptoms

Ovarian cancer is one of the most dangerous types of cancer since early symptoms are not easily detected. Ovarian cancer may not cause early symptoms in some women. ... read more »

What is Colposcopy and Why is it Used?

A colposcopy procedure is performed by your healthcare provider as a tool to evaluate your cervix, vagina and/or vulva for abnormal findings. ... read more »

Cervical Cancer Treatment

Early cervical cancer is often completely cured by removing cancerous tissue in the cervix. There are a number of surgical methods that can be used to remove cancerous tissue. ... read more »

Pelvic Examination

During a pelvic ObGyn examination you will be assisted the into the lithotomy position with the back of the table adjusted to a 45-degree angle. ... read more »

Septate Uterus

What is a septate uterus? A septate uterus may be diagnosed during a routine gynecological exam. However, sometimes it is not discovered until after a woman experiences reproductive problems. ... read more »

Fibroid Tumors And Pregnancy

Are fibroid tumors a problem in pregnancy? Whether a fibroid tumor, also known as a myoma, is a possible problem before or during pregnancy depends on a few different factors. ... read more »

Eponyms in Obstetrics and Gynecology

According to the Webster dictionary, an eponym is a word or words derived from the proper name of a person or place. ... read more »

After The ObGyn Examination

After the ObGyn and pelvic examination your doctor should discuss the examination findings with you after you are dressed. ... read more »

Gynecologic and Obstetric Ultrasound

Gynecologic and Obstetric Ultrasound is the use of high-frequency sound waves together with computer imaging to painlessly view the fetus and the pelvic organs. ... read more »