ObGyn Warren, MI
Annual exams at Mission Obstetrics and Gynecology in Warren, Michigan are not only the time to receive preventive health screenings, such as Pap smear testing, pelvic examination, clinical breast management, and osteoporosis risk assessment, but it is also a time to review your medication management and discuss your health concerns.
It can be helpful to write down your symptoms or problems and bring the list to your visit. Our compassionate female OB/GYNs will genuinely listen to you and give you the time you need at every visit.
As women, the all-female doctors of Mission OB GYN understand your symptoms and provide the most effective treatments for your needs. Call us today at (586) 574-1313 to schedule your annual exam or use our online appointment request form.
A yearly Pap smear test is a preventive measure to detect precancerous or cancer cells on the cervix. Cervical cancer that is treated early is associated with the best outcomes, and precancerous cells are almost 100% curable.
Annual Pap smear testing and pelvic examinations should begin when a female becomes sexually active or after the age of 20. Please call our office at (586) 574-1313 to schedule your appointment.
At Mission Obstetrics and Gynecology, we are here to educate you about breast cancer and self-breast examinations, and to perform clinical breast examinations as part of a yearly checkup. You should contact us if you notice a change in your breasts between your appointments.
We will also refer you for mammogram screening, which takes a detailed image of your breast structure to help detect cancerous changes. Breast cancer is common, and in some cases, early diagnosis and treatment is associated with the best outcomes.
Osteoporosis is a common progressive disease that causes bone loss and can lead to fractures and disability. Treatment can help slow the progression of osteoporosis.
Because osteoporosis is much more common in women, we will evaluate your risk factors and refer you for bone density screening if necessary. Lost bone cannot be replaced, but further bone loss can be prevented. At Mission Obstetrics and Gynecology, your health is our number one concern, for today and the future.