Gynecology Services

Annual Well Woman Exams

Annual exams should begin by age 21. They include evaluation of overall health and wellbeing, as well as age specific cancer screening. These exams typically include a breast and pelvic exam as well as general physical exam…Learn more

Cervical Cancer Screening

Cervical cancer is screened for by collecting a PAP smear. The cervix is the lowest most portion of the uterus, and is visible from inside the vagina with the use of a speculum. A sample of the cervical cells are collected…Learn more

Contraceptive Counseling

There are a variety of contraceptive options available to women, and it is important to find a method that works well, creates minimal side effects, and is manageable in an individual’s lifestyle…Learn more

Abnormal pap smears

Current guidelines for pap smear screening recommend this part of the pelvic examination begin at age 21. A pap smear is a screening tool for cervical cancer. In order to perform a pap smear, a speculum examination is required…Learn more

Menstrual abnormalities

Women may experience a variety of complications associated with their periods including heavy periods, periods that are too long, skipping periods and painful periods. ..Learn more

Menopausal Symptoms

Menopausal symptoms affect every woman differently, and management of these symptoms should be individualized based on the severity and your other medical conditions…Learn more

Pre-conceptual counseling

Certain medical conditions require patients to be on medications during pregnancy. Notifying your doctor before pregnancy of the medications you are on allows them to counsel you on the risks of those medications during pregnancy…Learn more

Gynecologic Infections

A variety of infections may affect the genital tract and can be tested for. They range from an overgrowth of normal bacteria that colonizes in the genital tract to sexually transmitted infections…Learn more

Surgical Procedures

Surgeries are preformed at Baylor Scott and White Hillcrest Campus Surgeries are typically scheduled on Thursday Mornings…Learn more

Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence is a common complication in women of all ages…Learn more

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Contact Information

Address

2420 Wycon Drive Suite 403 Waco, Texas 76712

Phone

(254) 420-0002

Email Address

info@obgynwaco.com