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The Women’s Health Group offers comprehensive obstetric and gynecologic services including in-office procedures, pelvic support treatment, and minimally invasive surgical techniques...
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Annual Exams

Annual Gynecological Exam

At The Women's Health Group, our priority is improving our patients’ health with annual gynecological exams.

An annual gynecological exam is one of the best ways women can identify and prevent potential health issues. They help detect for cancer, kidney problems, infection, STIs, and abnormalities on the breast or in the vagina.

Why A Gynecological Exam?

Gynecological exams are a routine exam performed on all women over the age of 21. For the most
part, they consist of pap smears, pelvic exams, breast exams, urine samples, and
checking a patient's vitals, like their blood pressure.
Pap Smear
Pelvic Exam
Urine Sample
Breast Exam
Blood Pressure

Schedule an appointment with your gynecologist as soon as possible if you experience any of the
following between yearly visits:

  • Changes in menstration
  • Pain during intercourse
  • Unusual discharge
  • Odors or the development of an infection


After Your Gynecological Exam

Your provider or a nurse will notify you if you receive any abnormal results from your pap smear, pelvic exam, or urine sample, in addition to any other concerns. If you experience any pain or discomfort after your exam, let your provider know.
Schedule Your Annual Gynecological Exam Today

Schedule an Appointment

If you would like to speak to one of our specialists about your symptoms or discuss your annual exam in more detail, we invite you to contact The Women's Health Group at your nearest location to schedule an appointment today.

Frequently Asked Questions

How often should I get a gynecological exam?
How often you receive a gynecological exam will depend on your age. Typically, women between the
ages of 21 and 29 should receive an annual gynecologist exam regardless of whether they are
sexually active. You can reduce your visits to every other year after you turn 30 if you have not
experienced any complications and your pap smears come back normal.
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