Every woman deserves expert gynecological care. The Dr. Rogers Centers team in San Antonio, Texas, provides a range of gynecological services. They perform well-woman exams and cancer screenings, along with other specialized care for women. At Dr. Rogers Centers, you can get help managing incontinence, sexual dysfunction, or menstrual disorders. The practice also offers cutting-edge treatments for hormone imbalances. Let the OB/GYN team help you take charge of your health. Call the office today or request an appointment online.
How often do I need to see a gynecologist?
Most experts recommend yearly gynecologist visits. Each annual visit includes a well-woman exam, of which a pelvic exam is a part. Your annual visit is also an excellent time to discuss birth control and family planning.
Dr. Rogers Centers also provides human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines, Pap smears, and other specialized services. If you have a chronic health issue, the team can help you access the care you need.
What gynecology services are available?
Dr. Rogers Centers offers a wide range of gynecological and wellness services, including:
- Well-Woman Exams
- IUD insertion/removal
- Hormone replacement therapy
- Sexually transmitted disease testing
- Vaginal Ultrasounds
- Endotrial Biopsies
- Sexual Rejuvination
The team at Dr. Rogers Centers also delivers expert care for:
- Urinary incontinence
- Sexual dysfunction
- Menstrual disorders
- Ovarian cysts
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Dr. Rogers Centers provides the care you need to look and feel your best. The team is always happy to answer your questions. They help you explore innovative treatments that improve your quality of life.
What happens during a gynecology visit?
During a gynecology visit, your provider checks your weight and blood pressure. She collects information about your medical history and will ask if you have noticed any new symptoms since your last visit.
Next, your provider performs a physical exam, which may include a breast exam or pelvic screen for common gynecological problems.
Depending on your age and personal history, she may also perform a Pap smear. Pap smears help detect cervical cancer in its early stages. During this test, your provider swabs your cervix to collect a sample. Your sample is sent to a lab to test for abnormal or cancerous cells.
Your provider also asks about contraception and family planning. She can help you choose a contraception method that’s right for you or advise you on family planning if you intend to become pregnant.
What follow-up care will I receive?
If your exam reveals a problem, your provider performs follow-up tests and treatments. Throughout the treatment process, the Dr. Rogers Centers team offers support and guidance. They help you manage even complex gynecological concerns.
For expert gynecology care, call Dr. Rogers Centers today or request an appointment online.