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  • Obstetrical Services
    • Labor & Delivery
      • Atlantic Cape OB/GYN has three experienced obstetricians that help with all stages of pregnancy through labor & delivery
    • Pregnancy Testing
    • Perinatal Consultations
    • Routine Obstetrical Care
    • Ultrasound Imaging
      • Ultrasound allows the viewing of internal body structure and the monitoring of a developing fetus. We offer in-house ultrasound testing and evaluation of test results.
    • Reproductive Medicine

  • Gynecological Services
    • Well-Woman Exams
      • A well-woman exam is a once yearly visit to our office for a general health check and full physical exam. The exam will usually include a pap smear and breast exam. Having both of these exams regularly is important so that any problems can be treated early. Most insurance companies cover well-woman exams.
    • Pap Smears
      • A Pap smear is a medical procedure in which samples of cells from a woman’s cervix are taken and examined under a microscope to look for potentially cancerous, pre-cancerous, or other malignant abnormalities. The procedure is simple, quick, and painless.
    • Pelvic Exams
      • The pelvic exam allows the doctor to check the uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries for normal development, infection, tubal pregnancy, or ovarian cysts. The exam is generally not painful.
    • STD Diagnosis & Treatment
    • Menopause Care
    • Infertility Management
    • Colposcopy
      • Colposcopy is a gynecological procedure that allows a physician to look directly at the cervix with a microscope in order to detect and examine abnormalities of the cervix.
    • Cryotherapy
    • LEEP
      • Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure (LEEP) uses a radio frequency to remove abnormal tissues of the cervix.
    • Osteoporosis Management
    • Birth Control
      • Atlantic Cape OB/GYN offers consultations and assistance on a wide array of birth control options.
    • Incontinence

  • Gynecological Surgery
    • Endometrial Ablation
      • Endometrial ablation is an excellent technique for stopping periods without a hysterectomy. Because the procedure does not affect the ovaries, there is no need for hormone therapy. The procedure is performed as an outpatient surgery, with the patient returning home the same day in most cases. The procedure does not need any abdominal or vaginal incision.
    • Hysterectomy
      • A hysterectomy is a major surgical procedure involving the removal of the uterus and (possibly) the ovaries. Hysterectomy may be used in conditions including fibroids, endometriosis, abnormal bleeding, pelvic pain, or cancer. A short hospital stay of one to three days should be expected as well as limited activity for up to six weeks. In most cases, hormone replacement therapy is only required when the ovaries are removed.
    • Endometriosis Surgery
      • Endometriosis is a condition in which the organs and lining of the pelvis are affected leading to pain, bleeding, or possibly infertility. When medications or conservative therapy does not help, surgery is often required. Minimally invasive techniques (like laparoscopic surgery) are most commonly used to remove the affected areas while preserving the uterus, tubes, and ovaries.
    • D&C, Hysteroscopy
      • Dilation and curettage (D&C) is an outpatient procedure used to diagnose or treat abnormal bleeding from the uterus. Dilation is the process by which the opening of the cervix is opened to allow access to the uterine cavity. Curettage involves taking a sample of the lining of the uterus to be examined later. Like a small telescope, a hysteroscope allows the doctor to visualize the internal cavity of the uterus which may help find the cause of abnormal bleeding. These procedures may be done to assess conditions such as polyps, fibroids or precancerous changes. Recovery time is typically short allowing for a quicker return to daily activities.

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