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what are the most common infertility drugs?

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I am 71 yrs old do I still need to see a gyneologist?

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Yes, especially If you have any spotting at all! Yes, if you have'nt seen one in a long time or have never seen one. After you see your Dr. she will tell you when you should have one after that.

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What is a gynecologist?

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A gynecologist is a physician who specializes in the treatment of conditions that affect women and their reproductive organs. Gynecologists often provide care and treatment for breast and hormonal issues, cervical cancer, urinary tract problems, and pelvic disorders. Most gynecologists also have a background in obstetrics, which means they're qualified to care for women who are experiencing pregnancy and childbirth....Read More

Can a gynecologist prescribe birth control pills?

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Since gynecologists are focused on issues that concern the reproductive organs and pregnancy, they are the physicians who are most qualified to prescribe birth control for women. A woman may be prescribed birth control as part of a yearly gynecological checkup that includes a pelvic exam, a Pap test, and a breast exam....Read More

What conditions does a gynecologist treat?

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Gynecologists treat general female issues such as chronic pelvic pain, fibroids, ovarian cysts, sexually transmitted diseases, urinary tract infections, vaginal yeast infections, vulvodynia, warts and premalignant lesions of the lower reproductive tract, and fistulas. Gynecologists provide care for pregnancy-related issues such as ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage, and cervical cerclage, and they also assist with menstruation issues like endometriosis, premenstrual syndrome, and abnormal bleeding. Gynecologists also care for women who are experiencing menopause, gynecological cancers, and pelvic floor issues such as rectocele, urine leakage, and vaginal vault prolapse....Read More