Abortion Care

Abortion Clinic & Family Planning Obstetrics & Gynecology located in Somerset, NJ

Gynecological care focuses on a woman’s specific health care needs through the various stages of her reproductive life. It begins with the start of menstruation in adolescence, continues through the childbearing years of early adulthood, and extends through menopause in late middle age. The top-rated team of board-certified gynecologists at Abortion Care in Somerset, New Jersey are proud to provide comprehensive gynecological care for women of all ages, including adolescents. To learn more or make an appointment, call the office today.

Gynecology Q & A

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What services do gynecologists offer?

The team of physicians at Abortion Care treat a wide variety of medical conditions, provide preventive health screenings, manage prenatal care, and perform surgery.

On any given day in the office, the gynecologists at Abortion Care may carry out a well-woman exam, investigate a gynecologic problem, and provide family planning, fertility, and contraception counseling. They routinely evaluate, diagnose, and treat:

  • Abnormal uterine bleeding
  • Chronic pelvic pain
  • Abnormal Pap results
  • Endometriosis and uterine fibroids
  • Polycystic ovaries (PCOS)
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Sexually transmitted diseases

The team at Abortion Care offers a full range of minor, in-office procedures, including colposcopies, endometrial and vulvar biopsies, and tubal ligation surgery.

Because they strive to deliver comprehensive care that’s both personal and convenient, Abortion Care is AIUM-accredited to provide in-office ultrasound imaging.

Whether you require routine ultrasounds to monitor your baby’s development throughout your pregnancy or you have a chronic pelvic pain that requires prompt diagnosis, having access to on-site ultrasound imaging means fewer appointments for you and timely treatment.    

What are the benefits of well-woman care?

During your annual well-woman visit, you have an opportunity to sit and talk with your gynecologist about your medical history, current concerns, and future health goals.   

The exam portion of your annual well-woman visit covers your general health, as well as any recommended screenings based on your age and medical history. This may include having a bone density screening for osteoporosis, a mammogram to check for breast cancer, or a Pap test to screen for cervical cancer.

After your exam, you may discuss your future health goals. Whether you’d like to achieve a healthy body weight, you’re planning to conceive, or you’re interested in learning how to manage your menopause symptoms, your gynecologist at Abortion Care can give you the advice and tools you need to reach your personal health goals.

When should adolescents first visit a gynecologist?

As girls become adolescents, their annual wellness appointments should begin to include routine gynecological care. Most girls should have their first visit with a gynecologist when they are planning or are sexually active.

A girl’s first visit to the gynecologist touches on a variety of essential topics, including good health habits and why gynecology is an integral part of routine preventive care.

Besides receiving accurate information about sex, sexuality, menstruation, and puberty, early gynecological care helps educate adolescent girls on how to prevent sexually transmitted diseases as well as unplanned pregnancy.   

The exam portion of the visit typically includes a general physical, breast exam, and external genital exam. Most girls don’t require a pelvic exam until they reach the age of 21.

To schedule your next gynecological exam, call Abortion Care today.

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