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make your best choice

Empowering you to make your best choice

About Us

GYN Choices is a private, patient-focused women’s health practice located in East Brunswick, New Jersey, where it has served women of all ages for more than four decades.

As a practice that’s committed to providing informed and supportive family planning services, GYN Choices offers contraception counseling as well as emergency birth control and first-trimester abortions, including medical abortion, prescribing the morning after pill, providing in-office surgical abortions.

GYN Choices is a private doctor's office providing pregnancy terminations as well as all aspects of gynecology, obstetrical care, and women's health issues. The doctor is a state-licensed physician who cares deeply for his patients.

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What is the purpose of a pap smear?

When it comes to maintaining overall health and wellness, it is important for patients to have a series of screenings and evaluations done on a regular basis. Women’s reproductive health is also essential, and certain screenings can be performed to ensure patients are not dealing with hidden problems such as cancer. One test that can …

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When Do Your Menstruation Issues Need Medical Attention?

It’s not always easy to know what’s “normal” when it comes to your period. Most women have menstrual cycles that last between 21-35 days, with periods lasting anywhere from 2-7 days. Period symptoms vary between women, and even from month to month in the same woman, but there are some issues that are never considered …

When Do Your Menstruation Issues Need Medical Attention? Read More »

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What to Expect from Your First Pap Smear

A Pap smear is a routine screening for cervical cancer. Also called a Pap test, it gets its name from George Papanicolaou, the physician who first discovered the test for detecting early-stage cervical cancer. Pap smears are the best way to identify abnormal cervical cells that could indicate cancer. Most women should get their first …

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What Is PCOS?

Nearly 10% of women between the ages of 15 and 45 have polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a hormonal imbalance that causes menstrual irregularity, weight gain, and other symptoms. It’s often diagnosed when a woman is in her 20s or 30s, and it’s a leading cause of infertility. PCOS affects ovulation, which is the time during …

What Is PCOS? Read More »

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What to Expect: Prenatal Care at a Glance

Ask friends and family about their experiences with pregnancy, and it’s likely you’ll find that no two answers are the same. Every pregnancy is different, but one thing’s for sure: Moms-to-be have questions galore flooding their minds from the moment they find out they’re expecting. Finding out you’re pregnant is an exciting time. Caring for …

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Barrier vs. Hormonal Birth Control

About two-thirds of sexually active American women are using birth control. An important element of your reproductive health, contraception gives you the ability to control how and when you want to have children. From pills and implants to condoms or spermicide, there are plenty of options when it comes to preventing pregnancy. Each type of …

Barrier vs. Hormonal Birth Control Read More »

istock 898903840 2 1

What is the purpose of a pap smear?

When it comes to maintaining overall health and wellness, it is important for patients to have a series of screenings and evaluations done on a regular basis. Women’s reproductive health is also essential, and certain screenings can be performed to ensure patients are not dealing with hidden problems such as cancer. One test that can ...
Read More
when do your menstruation issues need medical attention 5f6838b8500f4

When Do Your Menstruation Issues Need Medical Attention?

It’s not always easy to know what’s “normal” when it comes to your period. Most women have menstrual cycles that last between 21-35 days, with periods lasting anywhere from 2-7 days. Period symptoms vary between women, and even from month to month in the same woman, but there are some issues that are never considered ...
Read More
2251823 3

What to Expect from Your First Pap Smear

A Pap smear is a routine screening for cervical cancer. Also called a Pap test, it gets its name from George Papanicolaou, the physician who first discovered the test for detecting early-stage cervical cancer. Pap smears are the best way to identify abnormal cervical cells that could indicate cancer. Most women should get their first ...
Read More
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What Is PCOS?

Nearly 10% of women between the ages of 15 and 45 have polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a hormonal imbalance that causes menstrual irregularity, weight gain, and other symptoms. It’s often diagnosed when a woman is in her 20s or 30s, and it’s a leading cause of infertility. PCOS affects ovulation, which is the time during ...
Read More
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What to Expect: Prenatal Care at a Glance

Ask friends and family about their experiences with pregnancy, and it’s likely you’ll find that no two answers are the same. Every pregnancy is different, but one thing’s for sure: Moms-to-be have questions galore flooding their minds from the moment they find out they’re expecting. Finding out you’re pregnant is an exciting time. Caring for ...
Read More
barrier vs hormonal birth control 5f5f8ffee6342

Barrier vs. Hormonal Birth Control

About two-thirds of sexually active American women are using birth control. An important element of your reproductive health, contraception gives you the ability to control how and when you want to have children. From pills and implants to condoms or spermicide, there are plenty of options when it comes to preventing pregnancy. Each type of ...
Read More

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