What You Should Know About Pap Smears, Greece, New York

A pap smear is a routine exam that tests for cervical cancer by taking a swab of cells from the cervix. Women generally get their first smear done at the age of 21 and continue to have it done every three years afterward. Here’s what to know as you head in to see the gynecologist for…

4 FAQ About UTIs During Pregnancy, Greece, New York

Your body undergoes a lot of changes during pregnancy, most notably in the uterus. As it grows and becomes heavier, it can make it difficult for urine to leave the bladder and flow through the urethra. Unfortunately, this can result in a urinary tract infection (UTI). However, with guidance from your gynecologist, it’s possible to…

A Beginner’s Guide to Birth Control Pills, Greece, New York

Today, there are many contraceptive options to consider if you’d like to avoid getting pregnant. Birth control pills remain the most popular option, as many patients are drawn to the simplicity and convenience of this preventative. Before you visit your doctor to discuss your options, here is what you should know about the pill. How…

A Guide to Robotic Surgery in Gynecology, Greece, New York

Robotic surgery allows open gynecological procedures to be far less invasive. This method involves making a few small incisions and performing delicate procedures with instruments through those incisions. Your gynecologist may opt for using robotic procedures to simplify an array of common procedures. Learn more about different types of robotic surgery in gynecology. What Is Robotic Surgery?…

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