Our mission is to solve each woman’s health needs by immediately providing the highest quality medical care
At Complete Women Care we provide routine gynecologic care and are here to help you deal with any type of complicated issue or concern. Our team of highly experienced specialists value collaborative decision-making as the most effective way to provide each woman with the care that is best for her. Combined with the latest technology, and our Complete Care Surgical Center, we make sure that everyone receives the COMPLETE care that she deserves.
Seeing your gynecologist on a regular basis is of utmost importance for women’s health. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists strongly urges women starting at ages 13-15 to see their OB/GYN annually.
If you are experiencing vaginal irritation, any type of pelvic pain, abnormal bleeding, blood in urine, painful intercourse, irregular menstruation or change in vaginal discharge please call our office to schedule an appointment immediately.
A Well Woman Exam is a preventive annual gynecological and breast exam. Well Women Exams are extremely important in preventive care and early detection of diseases.
A colposcopy is a procedure that allows a physician to examine a woman’s cervix and vagina using a special microscope called a colposcope. A colposcopy is usually done when a Pap smear result shows abnormal changes in the cells of the cervix. Colposcopy provides more information about the abnormal cells and tissue.
A colposcopy also may be used to further assess other problems, such as:
Genital warts on the cervix
Cervicitis (an inflamed cervix)
Benign (non-cancerous) growths, such as polyps
A colposcopy is a quick procedure and is best done when a woman is not having her menstrual period, giving the health care provider a better view of the cervix. A speculum is used to hold apart the vaginal walls so that the inside of the vagina and the cervix can be seen. The colposcope is placed just outside the opening of the vagina. A mild solution is applied to the cervix and vagina with a cotton swab or cotton ball. This liquid makes abnormal areas on the cervix easier to see. During colposcopy, the health care provider may see abnormal areas. A biopsy of these areas may be done.
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