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See our M.D. gynecologist in Miami or Kendall:
3900 NW 79th Avenue Suite 575 Doral Miami, FL 33166 Map
8603 South Dixie Highway Suite 102 Miami, Florida 33143 Map


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OBGYN-checkup-gynecological-services Womens Gynecologist gynecology abortion clinic

OBGYN-checkup-gynecological-services Womens Gynecologist gynecology abortion clinic

What Happens During Your Gynecology Exam:

• Check Vital Signs
• Ultrasound Exam
• Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening
• Breast Exam
• Pap Smear

A gynecologist is a doctor who has been specially trained in women’s reproductive healthcare. You should see you gynecologist when:

• When you first start having sexual relations (vaginal, oral or anal).
• Have lower stomach pain, fever, and discharge (fluid coming from your vagina) that is yellow, gray, or green with a strong smell. (Those symptoms may be an indication caused by sexual transmitted infections) However not all discharges are symptoms of sexually transmitted infections.

Getting Routine Gynecology Care Will:

• Help you understand your body and how it works
• Establish what is normal for you
• Find problems early so they can be treated
• Help you learn how to protect yourself against sexual transmitted diseases and unplanned pregnancy.

Getting care on a regular basis is important. Your doctor will talk to you about how to take care of your changing body, how to tell if you have a vaginal infection, why abstinence is the healthiest choice when you are very young, and how to protect yourself from sexually transmitted infections if you are sexually active. A doctor (or a birth control councilor if you prefer) will also talk to you about your period, and will help to answer any others questions you may have.

Part of your first visit may be just to talk so you can get to know each other. Your doctor may ask a lot of questions about you and your family. You can also ask the doctor any questions you have. You donít have to be scared or embarrassed. "You can talk to us about anything no question is too small." If you would rather speak to one of the counselors she will be happy to speak to you about Birth Control, Menstruation, Self Breast Exam, Pap smear testing and results including:

• cramps and problem periods
• acne
• weight issues
• sexually transmitted infections
• having the blues or depression

At Eve Womenís Medical Centers, we are here to help you and to provide you with comprehensive, low cost, quality health care, in a safe, serene and supportive atmosphere. Our staff is trained to help minimize both the emotional and physical concerns of our patients, thus our patients can depend on us to deliver the highest quality patient care from experienced physicians, nursing staff, and counselors.

All our services are Strictly Confidential, over three decades of experience, please call us with any questions you may have, you are welcome to speak with one of our counselors.