St. Louis Gynecological Care
Our St. Louis Gynecologist at Consultants in Women’s Healthcare are committed to providing comprehensive and complete care for women in order to promote the health and wellbeing of each patient. Our goal has been to provide care on an individual and personal level—a vision we’ve been dedicated to since our founding in 1992 Our St. Louis based gynecological care providers have helped keep that goal a reality through their professionalism and genuine care.
Our office in St. Louis is comprised of skilled gynecologic providers who are here to help you make well-informed decisions about your health. Explore our various services below to learn more.
Well Women Visits & Annual Exams
The annual well woman exam serves as a time for you and your healthcare provider to review your comprehensive medical history, identify new and ongoing issues, and screen for preventable illnesses. Annual well woman visits are recommended by gynecologist even if individual components of the exam are not performed every year, such as pap testing.
Contraception allows women to prevent unintended pregnancy and plan the timing of their families. It is important to find a birth control that complements your lifestyle and specific health needs. Contact one of our local St. Louis gynecologists to find the option that is right for you.
Common GYN Infections
Vaginal and urinary tract infections are common gynecologic infections. Women may also experience a wide range of vaginal discharge. There are many symptoms, diagnoses, and options for treatment.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, or PCOS, is one of the most common endocrine disorders in the U.S. Symptoms of PCOS can include irregular periods, excess body hair & oil production, weight gain, inability to lose weight, and acne. Treatment is tailored to each woman’s individual life and reproductive status.
Uterine fibroids—also known as uterine myomas and formally called leiomyomas—are the most common types of pelvic tumors in females. Fibroids are benign uterine tumors arising from the smooth muscle cells in the wall of the uterus. They are most often clinically relevant in reproductive age and perimenopausal women.
Menopause presents with a variety of symptoms, including hot flashes, night sweats, and vaginal dryness. The treatment varies by individual. A provider may recommend lifestyle changes, over-the-counter remedies, prescription therapies, hormone therapy, or non-hormonal therapy.