Women’s Care Doctor Questions and Answers
As a leader in the fields of obstetrics and gynecology, and with over 30 years of professional experience, Dr. Richard Beyerlein MD is more than qualified to be your Women’s Care Doctor. Please call us or book an appointment today! We serve patients from Eugene OR, Springfield OR, Coburg OR, Creswell OR, Cottage Grove OR, Lowell OR and Junction City, OR.
What do women’s health doctors do?
A women’s health doctor, or gynecologist, is the professional women see about women’s health matters like cervical cancer, breast cancer, and others. The professional can screen for and help to prevent common and serious women’s health issues, and provide ongoing support for a woman.
Some of the services a gynecologist can provide include complete well-woman exams which can check for signs of issues like breast cancer. Services like pap smears, ultrasounds, and others, and advice about intimate health matters, reproductive matters, and contraception, can be provided by a gynecologist. A gynecologist can perform surgery when necessary, like for a pelvic floor disorder or endometriosis.
At the age of 20, or when a woman becomes sexually active, it’s important to go see a gynecologist annually. It might be important to see one in other circumstances, like when a woman experiences:
- Urinary incontinence
- Other issues related to her bladder
- Changes to her menstrual cycle/period frequency
- Menstruation that’s irregular or even painful
- Ovarian cysts
- Discomfort/pain in the vaginal area
- Bleeding that isn’t normal
- Bleeding that happens during or after intercourse
Can my gynecologist be my primary care physician?
It’s very important for a woman to receive the services a gynecologist provides, and many of these services can be provided by a primary care physician, but not all. Often a physician will refer a patient to a gynecologist anyways. This is because a gynecologist is especially qualified to provide the services, like screening for cancer. Also, many women just prefer to have a gynecologist they can trust and speak with about intimate health issues. A gynecologist is the most qualified and understanding professional to see about such issues.
How can I find a women’s care doctor?
Your state may have online resources to help you find a women’s care doctor in your area, or you could speak with family or friends about whether they’d recommend a women’s care doctor. Of course, you can simply contact us here at the office of Dr. Richard Beyerlein MD if you need a women’s care doctor in Eugene, OR!
Dr. Beyerlein is more than capable of being your women’s care doctor. Years ago, the doctor served as the chief of the obstetrics and gynecology departments at both PeaceHealth Hospital and McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center, and he has associated with some of the most highly respected physicians in the world. The doctor has received multiple awards in recognition of his professional efforts and contributions. You can and should be very confident in his capabilities!
Do you have a women’s care doctor in Eugene, OR?
Yes! Dr. Richard Beyerlein MD is your local women’s care doctor in Eugene, OR. The doctor is more than capable of helping you and becoming your women’s care doctor. If you’d like to speak with Dr. Beyerlein, then we’d like to hear from you at his office. Give us a call so we can schedule you in for a consultation with the doctor. During your consultation, you’ll become acquainted with the doctor and learn about everything he can do for you and your health.
We look forward to speaking with and serving you here at the office of Dr. Richard Beyerlein MD!
ADDITIONAL SERVICES YOU MAY NEED
❱ Abdominal Hysterectomy
❱ Bladder Lift Surgeon Q&A
❱ Cervical Cone Biopsy
❱ Endometrial Ablation
❱ Endometrial Biopsy
❱ Female Sexual Dysfunction
❱ Gynecological Surgery
❱ Hormone Therapy
❱ Vaginal Hysterectomy
❱ Endometriosis Diagnosis & Care
❱ Infertility Treatment
❱ IUD Insertion and Removal
❱ Women’s Care
❱ Well Women Exams
❱ Laparoscopic Hysterectomy
❱ Leep Surgery
❱ Menopausal Disorder
❱ Menstrual Irregularity
❱ Vaginal Prolapse