Gynecology Specialist

Southeast Texas OB/GYN Associates, P.A.

OB/GYNs located in Beaumont, TX

A woman’s body is designed for reproduction, which means that there are a number of biomechanical systems that are unique to a woman’s anatomy. Gynecology is the branch of medicine that’s devoted to the health of these reproductive systems. At Southeast Texas OB/GYN Associates, P.A., the specialized team of doctors treats women in Beaumont, Texas, ensuring their overall health and wellness, regardless of whether or not they have children. To learn more, call or use the online booking tool to schedule an appointment.

Gynecology Q & A

What is gynecology?

Gynecology is the field of medicine that addresses a woman’s reproductive health. This includes your:

  • Ovaries
  • Cervix
  • Uterus
  • Breasts
  • Vagina
  • Fallopian tubes

A gynecologist, such as those at Southeast Texas OB/GYN Associates, P.A., are doctors who complete a four-year training, or residency, in the field of gynecology after they receive their medical degrees.

What does gynecology treat?

Your reproductive system is incredibly complex and undergoes a fair amount of change as you travel through puberty, your childbearing years, menopause, and beyond. Whether or not you decide to have children, the health of your reproductive organs plays a significant role in your overall health and wellness.

Luckily, there are gynecologists who specialize in women’s health and who monitor and treat you every step of the way by offering:

  • Annual wellness checks
  • Pap tests
  • Endometriosis treatment
  • PCOS solutions
  • Fibroid treatment
  • Hysterectomies
  • Birth control options

At Southeast Texas OB/GYN Associates, P.A., you can be confident that the team of gynecologists can handle most any situation that arises.

How often should I see a gynecologist?

Once you’ve had your first period, you’ve officially entered your childbearing years. During this time, you should plan on visiting your gynecologist at Southeast Texas OB/GYN Associates, P.A. once a year for an annual checkup and wellness exam.

During this exam, your gynecologist performs the following:

  • A physical exam
  • A pelvic exam
  • A Pap test, if necessary
  • A review of your health, your family’s health, and any medications you’re taking
  • A breast exam
  • Cancer screening

These visits are an ideal time to discuss any concerns you may have and they also provide the doctor with updated baseline information.

You should continue to see the gynecologist annually as you make your way through your reproductive years and transition to your post-reproductive years. In fact, menopause can be a tumultuous time, and you benefit from having a specialist monitor your transition, ensuring that you’re as comfortable as possible.

To get started on your regular gynecological care, call Southeast Texas OB/GYN Associates, P.A., or use the online booking tool to get started.