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Questions to Ask Your OB-GYN by Tracy Rosner

By at November 21, 2011 | 7:01 am | Print

Once a year women get a chance to check the status of their health that could save lives from a simple check-up. Some women find themselves feeling better by not finding out if there is any danger, but the time visited to question a local OB-GYN could be the solution for relief and a healthier, safer life.

When visiting your OB-GYN make sure to ask the following questions. After the pap test has been completed, then find out if and when the result for any abnormalities will be informed. Secondly, if there is any irregular signs of your period make sure to explain them because there are treatments readily available. Furthermore, request information on a birth control that best suits you and learn about the pros and cons. Simultaneously, be prepared to make clear where your OB delivers babies.

Question if it is safe to have sex during and after a pregnancy. After childbirth the kegal exercise, which decreases urinary leakage, is to be asked about and how to do them. If there has been any questionable vaginal discharge make clear of how to reduce or eliminate before any serious problems occur. Be safe to attain helpful advice how to self examine early signs of ovarian and cervical cancer symptoms. Menopause is a popular issue women face that come with hot flashes playing a big role with stress. There are many options to prevent and cure hot flashes to be taught about such as: over the counter and prescription drugs to help.

Lastly, it is important to perceive the knowledge for when it is best to have a mammogram and bone density test. An OB is a professional doctor who specializes in women’s reproductive health, so don’t be afraid to ask a question because they are trained to be their for women to for a great cause.
“Women.” Infographic. WEB MD. Louise Chang. 2010. Web. 16 Oct 2011.

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