Obstetrics Gynecology Monmouth County

An Obstetrics Gynecology Monmouth County is a doctor who has broad and specific training in obstetrics and gynecology. OB-GYNs provide a wide range of preventive care services, including pap smears, STI testing, pelvic exams, ultrasounds, and blood work. They can answer a person’s questions about pregnancy, sex, reproductive health, infertility, and numerous other topics. Though recommendations vary with age and change over time, many women see their OB-GYNs at least once a year. Some use these physicians as their primary or only doctor.

What procedures can they perform?

OB-GYNs are trained surgeons who can perform a wide range of procedures, including:
  • cesarean sections
  • instrumental deliveries during childbirth
  • a hysterectomy
  • removing growths, such as ovarian cysts and uterine fibroids
  • surgery to repair pelvic organ injuries
OB-GYNs can also perform a wide range of routine and in-office procedures, including:
  • pap smears to test for cervical cancer
  • STI tests
  • fertility treatments, such as egg retrievals for IVF or egg-freezing
  • pelvic ultrasounds to check the pelvic organs and monitor pregnancy
  • infertility treatments and counseling
  • management of urinary issues, such as urinary tract infections and urinary incontinence
  • treating common problems, such as anemia
  • breast exams and breast health management, including mammograms and other breast cancer screenings
OB-GYNs may also address general health needs, such as screening for mental health issues, filling prescriptions for common ailments, performing blood work for common diseases, and referring people to specialists.

What areas do they specialize in?

OB-GYNs can choose from a wide range of specialties. Some opt to specialize only in obstetrics and care for pregnant women. Others only offer gynecological care and do not deliver babies. Some OB-GYNs choose to focus on a specific aspect of the field. For instance, an obstetrician might specialize in vaginal births after cesarean delivery (VBAC). Some also treat women using a holistic approach, or osteopathic perspective. This care often prioritizes natural or traditional remedies. The American Osteopathic Association certifies osteopathic doctors, including osteopathic OB-GYNs.

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Dr. Mandel is board certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. He is a highly-skilled, minimally invasive surgeon. Dr. Mandel is a proponent of nutritional, natural, and bioidentical alternatives to a variety of conditions…