Whether you’re suffering from heavy periods or you’re struggling to get pregnant, having an OB/GYN that you can talk to about your women’s health needs is necessary for successful care and treatment. At Avery Center for Obstetrics and Gynecology, the team of physicians is well known for providing compassionate and comprehensive care. With innovative, modern technology used in all three of their offices, you get cutting-edge treatment with a small practice feel. If you live near Westport, Fairfield, or Norwalk, Connecticut, book your appointment online now or call to schedule.
If your symptoms are minor, you may not realize you’re having a women’s health issue. But if you’re experiencing any of the following, you may have an underlying condition impacting your reproductive health:
Your OB/GYN at the Avery Center can treat a wide variety of women’s health issues. Some of the most common include those that lead to heavy bleeding during your period, including uterine fibroids and endometriosis.
Issues with bladder and uterine placement are also addressable, and your doctor can stop the progression of pelvic organ prolapse using nonsurgical approaches, minimally invasive surgery, or cutting-edge laser techniques.
This specialized team can also diagnose, treat, and prevent uterine, cervical, and ovarian cancers. And they provide preventive screenings for breast cancer.
For younger women, they may recommend a vaccination for human papillomavirus (HPV), a sexually transmitted disease (STD) known to cause cervical cancer.
Your doctor performs screenings and tests to promote gynecologic health and screen for certain conditions and ailments. They may request that you get regular:
Your OB/GYN performs annual screenings to help prevent certain diseases and conditions. Through preventive medicine, they’re even able to reduce your risk of developing certain cancers and chronic diseases.
Beyond tests, your doctor performs a physical that includes both a breast and pelvic exam. During these exams, your OB/GYN palpates your skin, looking for lumps or abnormalities. These types of exams lead to early diagnosis, which gives you a better chance of overcoming an issue if one is identified.
As part of your preventive care, your doctor may also counsel you on ways to improve your gynecologic health. That may involve:
If you’re looking for an OB/GYN with experience in women’s health needs, call the Avery Center or book your appointment online today.