Seeing a gynecologist regularly is the best way to maintain superior women’s health and wellness. At New Beginnings OB/GYN, board-certified OB/GYN specialists Rania Ibrahim, DO, FACOG, Christina Parmar, MD, and their staff serve patients in The Woodlands, and the surrounding communities in Texas, including Conroe, Spring, Cleveland, Willis, Montgomery, Magnolia, Tomball, Huntsville, Livingston, and College Station. The team offers comprehensive gynecology services to keep you healthy or detect problems before they turn serious. Call the office in Shenandoah, Texas, to schedule a women’s wellness exam or book an appointment online.
Gynecology includes medical evaluation and treatment to help you maintain exceptional women’s reproductive health. Seeing a gynecologist annually, or more often if you experience unusual bleeding, pelvic pain, or other concerning symptoms, helps your provider detect gynecological problems and treat them early before they become serious.
Gynecology specialists at New Beginnings OB/GYN diagnose and treat the following common gynecological problems in women:
Common symptoms of menopause include difficulty sleeping, hot flashes, mood swings, and vaginal dryness, as well as reduced sexual desire, weight gain, and thinning hair.
Early detection and treatment for many of these conditions or their underlying causes gives you the best outcome.
During gynecology appointments at New Beginnings OB/GYN, friendly providers greet you and complete the following:
Your OB/GYN weighs you, assesses your body mass index (BMI), and evaluates your pulse, blood pressure, and other vital signs.
Your provider discusses your symptoms, medication regimen, and personal or family history of diseases during a medical history review.
During a physical exam, your specialist evaluates your breathing, heartbeat, eyes, ears, throat, and more. They offer breast exams to screen for signs of breast cancer and pelvic exams to evaluate your reproductive organs, including pelvic organ prolapse. Your provider also uses a Pap test to screen for signs of cervical cancer.
In addition to Pap tests, your OB/GYN specialist could recommend other diagnostic procedures. Examples include urine tests, blood tests, an ultrasound, hysteroscopy, biopsies, or other tests that help them diagnose possible gynecological problems.
If your pap smear shows cervical dysplasia, or the presence of high-risk Human Papilloma virus (HPV), your gynecologist will recommend a colposcopy and cervical biopsy to rule out pre cancerous lesions or cancer. If the cervical biopsy confirms the presence of pre-cancerous or cancerous lesions, your OB/GYN will recommend a Loop Electrocautery Excisional Procedure or LEEP.
If you notice changes in your vaginal health, you may want to schedule STD testing right away. Common symptoms of an STD are pelvic pain, unusual itching, pain during sex or when urinating. It’s important to understand that many STDs do not present any symptoms, which is why screening is the only way to know for sure if you have an infection.
If you need treatment for a women’s health concern, your New Beginnings OB/GYN specialist tailors the best plan for you.
They offer health education, medication prescriptions, vaccinations, birth control, and infertility treatment, as well as hormone replacement therapy, further diagnostic testing, surgery, and more. The New Beginnings OB/GYN specialists use the latest advances in technologies and procedures.
To schedule an annual gynecology exam at New Beginnings OB/GYN, call the office or use the online booking feature today.