Women of all ages need expert gynecological care. At Magnolia OB/GYN Clinic, Janet Vadaparampil, MD, and Rodolfo Rey, MD, deliver the gynecology services you need to stay healthy at locations in Riverside, Perris, Lake Elsinore, and Moreno Valley, California. The practice offers Pap smears, pelvic exams, and a variety of in-office procedures. Patients can also explore their options for birth control and family planning. Let Magnolia OB/GYN Clinic provide the top-quality gynecological care you deserve. Call the office today or schedule an appointment online.
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommends yearly well-woman exams. This visit usually includes a pelvic and breast exam. During the exam, your provider might also discuss other health screenings.
Most women should also receive a Pap smear every 3-5 years to screen for cervical cancer. But if you have human papillomavirus (HPV) or a previous abnormal Pap result, you may need more frequent tests. Magnolia OB/GYN Clinic can help you determine how often you need to see your doctor.
Magnolia OB/GYN Clinic offers a wide range of services, including:
The practice doctors treat many other issues, including abnormal bleeding and urinary tract infections. The team uses ultrasound diagnostics to find out what’s causing your symptoms. Ultrasounds also allow your provider to choose an effective treatment strategy.
If you're trying to get pregnant, you receive specialized care that explains how you can increase your chances of conceiving, as well as how you can improve your health and prepare your body for pregnancy.
An annual checkup helps protect your long-term health. Your yearly gynecologist visit is a great time to address:
During each visit, your provider performs an in-depth evaluation. This exam helps detect health problems while they're still treatable. The sooner you receive an accurate diagnosis, the better your chances of recovery. Skipping your annual visit can put your health and fertility at risk.
When you arrive at Magnolia OB/GYN Clinic, a friendly staff member shows you to your treatment room. Your provider records your weight, takes your blood pressure, and asks about your symptoms. If you think you might be pregnant, they may arrange for a pregnancy test.
Next, your provider begins your physical exam. They check your breasts for lumps and visually examine your vulva. Your provider then performs a pelvic exam. During this exam, your provider inserts gloved fingers into your vagina. They may also gently press on your stomach. Pelvic exams check for problems with your uterus or ovaries.
Your provider might ask whether you're planning future pregnancies. They deliver personalized recommendations about birth control and family planning. If you want to get pregnant in the future, your provider helps you plan for your prenatal care.
In some cases, your provider may order additional testing. Blood tests, ultrasound, and other specialized tests can help diagnose gynecological problems. If your test results are abnormal, your provider helps you determine the next step.
Call Magnolia OB/GYN Clinic or schedule an appointment online to receive the gynecology care you deserve.