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What can a pap smear detect?

Undergoing routine screenings to protect yourself from the risk of cancers is extremely important in many areas of medicine. This includes screenings for cervical cancer. Women should have regular pap smears performed during their annual gynecological examinations to improve their chances of an early diagnosis of cancer does develop. The doctors at GYN Choices in …

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How often do I need pap smears?

If you’re a woman, then you know that it’s important to get regular pap smears. But did you know that there are different guidelines for how often you should be getting them? Depending on your age, reproductive health, and other factors, your doctor may recommend getting a pap smear every year, every two years, or …

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What insurances are accepted at GYN Choices?

At GYN Choices, we help East Brunswick, NJ area patients with choosing the right treatments for their reproductive health needs. We know that taking care of your reproductive health is incredibly important, especially when it comes to screening for sexually transmitted diseases or cancers. We also know that certain situations may arise where women may …

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Understanding menopause

As women age, a lot of changes occur. We may be privy to the formation of fine lines and wrinkles on the face, as well as changes in our energy levels each and every day. Another lifestyle change may be that of perimenopause and menopause, the period of time when the reproductive system begins to …

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STD’s 101: What is syphilis?

It has been determined by the Center for Disease Control, or the CDC, that one in five adults in the United States has or has had a sexually transmitted disease, or STD. Unfortunately, many STDs don’t have noticeable symptoms, which can make it even more important that patients who are sexually active with different partners …

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