Obstetrics is the branch of medicine dealing with pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period in a woman’s life. At our facility, we will be with you from beginning to end of your pregnancy and help you in the time following giving birth. While you are pregnant, our doctors will do their best to make your carrying of a child as comfortable and easy as possible. Here are the variety of services available for our patients:
- In house ultrasounds done by our highly-trained sonographers.
- First trimester dating ultrasound
- Second trimester anatomy ultrasound (and yes, gender determination if the baby cooperates!)
- Genetic testing, if desired
- Fetal testing including non-stress test and biophysical profile, if needed
- Nutrition consultation as needed
Request an appointment with us today or contact us if you have any questions!
At The Women’s Group of Gwinnett, we provide a wide range of gynecologic services to make sure you are in the best health possible. For over 35 years we have helped women all over Atlanta become their healthiest self.
- Comprehensive Well Woman Exams.
- Colposcopy for the management of abnormal pap smears.
- Infertility evaluation.
- STD Screening.
- Comprehensive contraceptive counseling and management.
- Vaccinations, including Gardasil (HPV), and TDap.
- Menopause management.
- Evaluation of abnormal uterine bleeding.
- Management of ovarian cysts.
- Management of premenstrual syndrome (PMS).
- Evaluation of pelvic pain.
- Treatment of vaginal and bladder infections.
- Evaluation of breast disorders such as lumps, pain, nipple discharge.
- Endometriosis management.
- Evaluation of Pelvic relaxation conditions.
If a service you are looking for is not on this page, contact us to answer any questions or we can refer you to other specialty offices if needed.
Well Woman Exams
A Well Woman Examination is a yearly recommended physical exam for women to have to look over their reproductive health. The exam includes a breast examination, a pelvic exam and a pap smear. The breast examination looks for lumps, distortions or swelling in the breasts and attempt to detect early signs of breast cancer. A pelvic exam is an inspection of the internal and external female pelvic organs. The process and feel uncomfortable but our doctors will make it as relaxing as possible for you. The last physical exam is the Pap smear and is a screening on the cervix to see if there are any signs of precancerous or cancerous abnormalities. Other procedures may also be included in the process. If you would like to request an appointment or have any questions about Well Woman, please contact us today!
Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) are infections passed through sexual contact caused by viruses, parasites or bacteria. STD’s are fairly common and can be easy to prevent and diagnose. The tests are customized based on your specific needs and will only take a few minutes to conduct. Our doctors are committed to every aspect of your wellness. If you want to get tested for a possible STD or need guidance on how to be better protected against them, contact our office today!
Menopause is the natural change in a woman’s reproductive system and hormones beginning in her 40’s or later in life. During this period, the body stops producing eggs and the natural hormones of estrogen and progesterone decrease in production, causing a decrease in menstruation. Some women can experience symptoms cause my menopause including hot flashes, fatigue, mood swings, and night sweats. Because of the change in hormones, it can be challenging for your body to adjust and hormone therapy could be the help you need. We will fit the treatment to your specific changes. If you have any questions regarding menopause or want to request an appointment, contact us today!
Infertility is the inability to get pregnant after a year or not being able to stay pregnant. Being infertile can be caused by a man, woman, both or an undiagnosed reason. Inadequate levels of hormones in the male or female, troubles with ovulation, and other causes. There are many treatments which can be performed to help a couple be able to get pregnant and give birth. Before being treated for infertility, you and your partner should be tested to try and pinpoint the cause. If you are infertile and would like to learn more about what you can do to get pregnant, contact our offices today.
An ultrasound scan is a medical device which creates sound waves to make live images of a person’s organs, vessels, and tissues. They can be used to examine the fetus development, detect problems in the organs, as well as look at soft tissue structures. The procedure is painless and allows a doctor to examine your body without the need of incisions or needles. During pregnancy, an ultrasound procedure will be used to create images to keep track of development and growth of the fetus. You will be able to see the number of babies, the anatomy, as well as identify any birth defects. The procedure will not hurt you nor the baby in any way. If you would like to set up an ultrasound procedure, please contact our office so that we can schedule you an appointment.
Endometriosis is a disorder where uterus tissue grows outside of the uterus walls. Some symptoms include back, abdominal, or pelvis pain, as well as, irregular menstruation. There are different levels of endometriosis – minimal, mild, moderate, or severe – and it is based off on the size of the lesions and how deeply they have affected other organs. There are many different ways to try and help treat endometriosis. Hormone treatments, heating pads, and surgery to remove tissue are a few of the ways to help treat endometriosis. If you are unsure whether you have endometriosis or what to be treated, contact our office so we can help.
Birth control, also known as a contraceptive, is the use of medicine, procedures, devices, and behaviors used to help prevent pregnancy for those who are sexually active. Some contraceptives are used for more than just birth control but could help with painful or irregular menstrual cycles. There are many different types of contraceptives and can be used based on someone’s particular needs. Some methods must be prescribed, like the pill, or a physical exam must be done to insert the contraceptive, like a diaphragm or IUD. There are also over the counter methods, like condoms or morning after pills, which can be used to help prevent pregnancy. Talking with your doctor about contraceptives is the best way to find out which one works for you. Contact our office today to set up an appointment and get the birth control most fit for you.
Vaccines (HPV & TDap)
Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common type of STI and it is a virus spread through sexual activity from one person to another. There are many different types of HPV and each type has many different levels of symptoms. The HPV vaccine is used to target the types of HPV which can cause different cancers, such as cervical and those found in the pelvis, or genital warts.
The TDap vaccine is a combination vaccine used to protect against bacterial diseases which can be life threatening if not treated: tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (whooping cough). Tetanus a virus which causes stiffness of the muscles, trouble swallowing, spasms or seizures. is Symptoms include muscle stiffness, difficulty swallowing, muscle spasms and seizures. It can be deadly if not treated and extremely life threatening to the elderly. Diphtheria is a bacterium which covers the back of the throat causing trouble with swallowing, breathing, and or even death. Pertussis also known as whooping cough, is a highly contagious respiratory infection which causes severe coughing and is extremely dangerous for infants.
If you have not been vaccinated or have questions about vaccines, contact us today so we can help keep you healthy.