An OBGYN specializes in female gynecology and reproductive health issues. An OGBYN is able to provide diagnosis, prevention and treatment for the female reproductive organs in both their pregnant and non-pregnant state. An OBGYN cares for a woman throughout the extent of her pregnancy, providing comprehensive care for both mother and child. An OBGYN is also able to treat non-pregnant women who require preventive gynecology care such as PAP smears or who require treatment for a specific gynecological condition.
OBGYN stand for?
OBGYN stands for Obstetrician (OB) and Gynecologist (GYN)
What is an OBGYN?
An Obstetrician (the first part of OB/GYN) is a physician who specializes in pregnancy.
What is a Gynecologist?
A Gynecologist (the second part of OB/GYN) is a physician who specializes in the female reproductive system.
Why should one see an OBGYN?
One can see an OBGYN for female reproductive or sexual health issues, pregnancy or infertility. One may also see an OBGYN regarding irregular vaginal bleeding, cancer or urinary tract disorders. An OBGYN can also perform routine breast exams.
How do I find an OBGYN in my city and state?
The Wellness.com directory will help you locate an OBGYN in your state. Select OBGYN from the professionals menu and select the state that you are looking to locate an OBGYN in. After you have located your state, find the city that you will need an OBGYN in. Select the state and city and you will see a list of OBGYNs in your city and state.
OBGYN Related Terms:
OBGYN, gynecology, obstetrics, gynecologist, obstetrician, baby, pregnancy, trimester, birth, reproductive, reproduction, fertilization, ultrasound, high risk pregnancy, multiple pregnancy, c-section birth, natural child birth, PAP smear, sexual health, STD screening