OB-GYN


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OB-GYNObstetrics-Gynecology
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For the recent spotting, I looked for yet another younger female OB-GYN and found one through a friend.
No wonder every young OB-GYN I've consulted wanted to remove my 'useless' uterus, as a precaution.
The study also found that the national average age of US OB-GYNs is 51 years old.
THURSDAY, May 10, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Obstetrician-gynecologists (ob-gyns) can help promote risk identification and reduction of cardiovascular disease among women at well-women visits, according to an American Heart Association/American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology presidential advisory published online May 10 in Circulation.
Director, maternal-fetal medicine, associate professor, and vice chair of OB-GYN, Hutzel Hospital/Wayne State University.
Chairman and distinguished service professor, department of OB-GYN, State University of NY Health Sciences Center at Brooklyn
To retain his everchanging active patient roster, the Ob-Gyn says he belongs to as many as 15 different insurance plans.
"My main concern was that I wanted to keep the same primary care Ob-Gyn. I'm willing to change plans to accommodate the doctors I want," says Holston of her switch in insurers.