Seeing The Gynecologist About Genital Lesions
6 April 2021
Finding a lesion on your genitals can be a bit alarming. Whether it's a lump, a bump, a sore, or a spot, you're going to wonder about its origins, what it means, and what you need to do about it. Not every genital lesion warrants a visit to the gynecologist, but many do. Keep reading to learn a little more about when genital lesions need care and what care your doctor may provide.
Symptoms And Treatment Of Third Trimester Polyhydramnios
15 November 2017
Polyhydramnios or excess amniotic fluid can make for a very uncomfortable last trimester. Although it can appear as early as 16 weeks gestation, polyhydramnios usually appears during the last few weeks of pregnancy. An ultrasound is usually performed to determine if polyhydramnios is present. If there is excess amniotic fluid, the amount will be measured by the ultrasound technologist. Once your obstetrician receives the results, it will be determined if the amount of excess fluid is mild, moderate or severe.
What A Gynecologist Looks For During A Rape Assessment
31 October 2016
Rape is never something you hope will happen to you. However, if you think you have been raped but cannot recall, your gynecologist can perform a rape assessment. Here is what a gynecologist looks for during this type of exam.
Bruising and Abrasions Around the Labia
The lips of your genitals should not have signs of bruising or abrasions. These are indications of rough or forced sexual encounters. When you do not recall having sex willingly in the last forty-eight hours, these are often the first signs of rape of which your doctor takes note.
The Deep Blue Sea: How Deep Water Aerobics Can Keep You Healthy While Pregnant
3 August 2016
When you're pregnant – especially once you get about halfway through your second trimester – it can feel nearly impossible to get through any sort of exercise. You're tired, your feet are swollen, and you feel like one of those killer whales you see on documentaries. But what if there was a way to exercise without any impact on your body – and where, even in public, no one can really see you?