OBGYN Gynecology

OBGYN/Gynecology

Comprehensive gynecologic care for women of all ages

Jersey GYN provides comprehensive gynecologic care for women of all ages. This includes routine well woman exams, contraceptive counseling, preconception counseling, and HPV vaccines. We also treat gynecologic problems such as abnormal pap smears, gynecologic infections, abnormal bleeding, infertility, menopause, uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts, and pelvic pain.

We handle many types of minor office procedures that are not uncommon, such as IUD insertions, cryosurgery of the cervix, and biopsies of the cervix, uterus, and vulva.

gynecological & obstetric services in New Jersey - Jersey GYN
gynecologist in New Jersey - Jersey GYN

Our physicians are also well-trained in all types of gynecologic surgeries. We can perform a wide range of surgeries requiring regional or general anesthesia. This includes everything from minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery to vaginal and major abdominal surgeries.

The doctors at Jersey GYN also offer complete obstetric care for both normal and high risk pregnancies. High quality care allows for nothing but the best possible experience during one’s pregnancy and delivery. Throughout the process, we provide constant counseling and vital information to our patients. Our services during this time also include genetic testing and on-site ultrasound fetal monitoring. Complicated pregnancies are handled very diligently by our maternal-fetal medicine specialists. In all cases, our physicians are more than qualified to manage obstetric patients and deliver babies.

Pregnancy Testing

Anxious to determine whether you are pregnant or not? At Jersey, our offices offer pregnancy testing whenever we are open. No appointment is necessary. Most test results are available within 15 minutes and our counseling staff is readily available to discuss your test results with you after the test is completed.
  • Early Detection Test-For a nominal fee, we provide an early detection urine test that is reliable and accurate 10 days after conception, often before a missed period.  
  • Routine Pregnancy Test There is no charge for our routine urine pregnancy test which is accurate 14 days after a missed period.
Choosing the most effective birth control is a difficult decision for any woman to make. There is a number of different options available ranging from a daily pill to medical procedures that permanently prevent pregnancy. At Jersey GYN, we offer the best and most reliable range of birth control options. The physician’s in our practice consider a number of medical and personal factors to help you decide, such as age, overall health, frequency of sexual intercourse, and whether you desire to have children in the future.  

Please read below for a brief description of each method of birth control offered at our facility.

Birth Control

The birth control pill is not appropriate for every woman and medical screening is required.  

The pill comes in different dosages and prescriptions. Once you pass our medical screening, you are given the proper prescription. It is important to follow the prescription instructions precisely so that the pill is effective. While the pill is an effective measure in preventing pregnancy, it does not provide protection against the spread of sexually transmitted diseases.

Diaphragm

The diaphragm is about 90% effective in preventing unwanted pregnancy. A soft, rubber cap-shaped device works as a barrier to prevent a man’s sperm from entering a woman’s uterus. Spermicidal cream or jelly must be used In order to be fully effective. Once the cream has been applied, the diaphragm can be inserted in the vagina. It becomes effective the hour after the insertion and must remain in place for at least six hours after intercourse. If sex is to be had again within the six hours, more spermicide must be added to the already in place diaphragm. To remove the diaphragm, it needs to be gently pulled out of your vagina. Diaphragms must be properly fit and checked by a health care provider at least once a year.

IUDs

The Intrauterine Device (IUD) is one of the most effective forms of birth control available. It is a small, “T-shaped” device that is inserted into the uterus to prevent pregnancy. The IUD is inserted into the uterus by a health care provider, where once in place; it can remain there for several years. IUDs are Less than 1 out of 100 women get pregnant thanks to the protection provided by this device. 
 
For more information about IUDs or other forms of contraception, please call our offices or contact us today to schedule an appointment and discuss your birth control options with a certified gynecologist. 

Emergency Birth Control

Emergency Contraception (EC), also known as the Morning-After pill, is intended for use after unprotected sexual intercourse or when you believe your primary method of birth control has failed and unwanted pregnancy may result. EC contains higher doses of the same hormones in comparison regular birth control pills (estrogen and progestin), and must be taken within 72 hours of sexual intercourse. It is usually taken in two doses, 12 hours apart to prevent ovulation, which ultimately prevents pregnancy. 

Other Gynecological Services

Women are susceptible to gynecological conditions besides those that are associated to a pregnancy. The doctors at Jersey GYN perform a number of other essential gynecological procedures. Some of the issues we are able to diagnose and treat include the following:

Gynecologic Problems We Treat

  • Abnormal pap smears  
  • Gynecologic infections  
  • Abnormal bleeding  
  • Infertility  
  • Menopause  
  • Uterine fibroids   
  • Ovarian Cysts, and Pelvic Pain 

In-Office Procedures

  • IUD insertions 
  • Cryosurgery of the cervix 
  • Biopsies of the cervix, uterus & vulva 

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