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Gynecology Specialist

Eve Medical of Miami

Abortion Clinic & Abortion Specialists located in Miami, FL

If you’re looking for expert gynecological care, count on the licensed, board-certified providers at Eve Medical of Miami in Miami, Florida. The practice’s gynecologists are certified in procedures such as termination of pregnancy procedures, laparoscopy, hysteroscopy, and advanced colposcopy, hormonal management, and gynecologic surgery. Get the high-quality gynecology services you deserve. Call today or book a consultation online

Gynecology

What gynecology services are available?

Eve Medical of Miami offers comprehensive gynecology services under the direction of a medical director, who is a board-certified gynecologist and diplomate of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Services include:

  • Well-woman exams
  • Pregnancy tests
  • Ultrasounds
  • HPV vaccines
  • Breast cancer screening
  • Birth control 
  • STD testing and treatment
  • Hormone treatment for menopause
  • Pap smear
  • Colposcopy (for abnormal Pap smear results)
  • Nonsurgical and surgical abortion

Gynecology also includes testing and treatment for the pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). PID is often caused by gonorrhea or chlamydia, two common sexually transmitted diseases.

What are the symptoms of PID?

Although PID, or pelvic inflammatory disease, can be symptomless, you may experience one of these symptoms:

  • Pain in your lower abdomen
  • Fever (99.6˚F or higher)
  • Vaginal discharge that may smell
  • Painful sex
  • Painful urination
  • Irregular periods
  • Pain in your upper right abdomen (stomach area)

Your symptoms may range from mild to severe. Seek treatment at Eve Medical of Miami immediately if you suspect you have PID to prevent complications, such as damage to your reproductive organs.

What should I expect during a Pap smear?

A Pap smear is a simple, quick test performed in Eve Medical of Miami’s office. Your provider takes a small sample of cells from your cervix, which is the opening to your uterus, to look for signs of cervical cancer. 

You get your results in about three weeks. Most of the time, results are normal. If the test indicates something might be wrong, your provider contacts you to schedule more tests.

What is a colposcopy?

A colposcopy is a test to look for cervical cancer. The procedure uses a device called a colposcope. The colposcope gives your provider a close-up look at your cervix.

During a colposcopy, your provider washes your cervix with a vinegar solution, then looks for abnormalities. If they see something, they may take a small tissue sample for testing. Depending on your results, they recommend appropriate follow-up care.

What if I need help with menopause?

Your body makes less estrogen as you enter menopause, leading to a host of uncomfortable symptoms, including: 

  • Changes in your period
  • Hot flashes and night sweats
  • Mood swings
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Trouble focusing or brain fog
  • Hair loss or more hair growth on your face

Dropping estrogen levels around the time of menopause also leads to bone loss in women, and a condition called osteoporosis.

However, menopause needn’t affect your quality of life — or overall health. Eve Medical of Miami helps you manage your menopause symptoms with appropriate treatment.

For gynecology services, rely on Eve Medical of Miami. Call today or book a consultation online.

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