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Obstetrics and Gynecology

At Women’s Health CT our primary focus is gynecology and obstetrics. Gynecology is the medical field specializing in women’s reproductive health (vagina, uterus, and ovaries) and breast health. Obstetrics is the medical field specializing in pregnancy, labor, and post-partum care. Because obstetrics and gynecology are so closely related, many physicians cross train in both; we call them Obstetrician-gynecologists (aka OB/GYNs). OB/GYNs are an important part of a women’s overall well-being because so many health matters are specific to the female sex, like childbirth and menopause. With over 250 Women's Health CT providers to choose from, it's easy to find a gynecologist in CT. OB/GYNs provide many services as standard care including:

  • Birth Control/ Family Planning

  • Pregnancy/ Prenatal Care

  • Labor & Deliver

  • Post-partum Care

  • Detection and Treatment of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)

  • Preventative care i.e. Pap test screening, HPV vaccine, pelvic exams & breast exams

  • Diagnose and treatment of disorders and diseases of the female reproductive system

  • Infertility evaluation

  • Gynecology treatment/therapy

  • Adolescent gynecology

  • Gynecologic & obstetric surgery

  • Pre-menopause, peri-menopause, menopause treatment

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ObGyn Preference Poll

Choosing an ObGyn is a personal process. Your provider will care for your reproductive health through each stage of your life.  Over time, a strong relationship will build as they learn the nuances of your medical history. After narrowing down the list based on criteria such as location, hospital affiliation, and billing/insurance, we often turn to others for guidance. Tell us what you look for when selecting an ObGyn.

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