Troy & Rochester Hills' Most Trusted Providers for Gynecology
When it comes to your health, you deserve nothing short of the absolute best. With that in mind, your choice of a gynecologist or obstetrician is critical in the short and long term and at all points in between. It’s important to choose the right healthcare provider because the care they render can have a significant impact on you and your well-being.
Women's Health & Reproductive Services in Troy & Rochester Hills, MI
With locations in Troy and Rochester Hills, MI, Oakland Macomb Obstetrics & Gynecology, P.C. was founded to provide the very best medical care possible. From the moment we opened our doors for the first time back in 1998, our team has been committed to tending to the needs of women as they navigate their way through all of life’s stages.
What Does a Gynecological Doctor Do?
With the goal of being here for all of a woman’s medical needs, it’s only natural that we offer gynecological services. A gynecologist is a highly trained physician who specializes in women’s health and focuses on the female reproductive system.
Gynecologists deal with a variety of issues, such as pregnancy, childbirth, fertility problems, hormonal issues, menstruation, and sexually transmitted infections. Here are some of the sub-specialties we also concentrate on:
What to Expect
If you’ve never been to a gynecologist before, you may be wondering what you should expect during your upcoming appointment. Because gynecologists treat so many different conditions, all gynecological appointments aren’t the same. That means what you should expect from your appointment depends largely on the purpose of your visit and your current medical situation.
Whenever you schedule an appointment at one of our facilities, you can always expect to be treated warmly and with the utmost respect. If you’re nervous or uncomfortable for any reason, you’re welcome to have a loved one or friend attend your appointment with you.
Difference Between Obstetrics and Gynecology
Some people use the terms “obstetrician” and “gynecologist” interchangeably, but they refer to two different types of doctors. Gynecology involves addressing the female reproductive system. Obstetrics is a specialty that revolves around pregnancy and childbirth.
To understand the difference better, remember this – every obstetrician is a gynecologist, but every gynecologist isn’t necessarily an obstetrician.
When to See a Gynecologist
Gynecologists treat girls and women of all ages. In general, it’s wise for females to start seeing a gynecologist at least once per year when they reach the age of 13-15 years-old. By establishing a relationship early on, it allows young women to be comfortable talking to their doctors about the issues, such as body and sexuality changes, throughout their lifetime. It also enables doctors to provide lifelong guidance regarding the woman’s overall health and well-being.
Some women shouldn’t wait for their annual screening to see their gynecologist. If you have a concern or you’re experiencing symptoms such as pelvic pain, vaginal discomfort, or abnormal bleeding, you should make an appointment to see your gynecologist immediately.
Common Gynecology Problems
As we mentioned earlier, gynecologists treat a wide array of issues related to female reproductive organs. Here are some common problems gynecologists handle on a regular basis:
If you have a concern, you’re experiencing any of the conditions listed above or another one or it’s time for your annual screening, contact Oakland Macomb Obstetrics & Gynecology, P.C. to make an appointment now.