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Preparation for your appointment

Getting to know and trust your ob-gyn is a good idea. In fact, the first visit may just be a talk between you and your doctor to get to know each other and to find out what to expect at future visits.  Your first ob-gyn visit is a great chance to take charge of a healthy lifestyle. You may be nervous at first. Knowing what to expect will help ease your fears.Be involved in your health care. Follow up on tests. Ask your doctor questions. Work with your doctor on a routine basis to ensure you have all the tests and immunizations you need to stay healthy.


Your doctor may ask a lot of questions about you and your family. Some of these questions may seem personal. Your doctor needs to ask them to best know how to care for you and keep you healthy. Giving open and honest answers to these questions is key to your care.This is a good time to ask your doctor any questions you might have. Don’t be embarrassed. This is a chance to get answers.


During your exam visit, your height, weight, and blood pressure will be checked. Your ob-gyn may do a breast exam, pelvic exam, and Pap test. All women who are 18 years of age or older or who have had sex should have a pelvic exam and Pap test. You also may need an exam if you are having health problems. You or your doctor may request to have a nurse, family member, or friend in the room with you


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