The Importance of an Annual Women's Exam

Many women avoid their annual exams, but they are essential for maintaining good health. The exams are important for your overall wellbeing and preventive care. Dr. Paul Keinarth and Dr. Kelly Alberda of Margolin, Keinarth & Alberda offer women's health care exams in Austin, TX.

The Benefits of an Annual Woman's Exam

Every woman should book an annual women's health care appointment in Austin, TX. These exams include various aspects of a woman's health, such as family history, prevention services, and diagnosis of diseases. Women's exams also help with the management of chronic conditions and can include screening to detect cancers early on.

A woman's exam provides insight into an individual's potential risks for breast cancer, ovarian cancer, and cervical cancer. These discoveries are made by examining the patient and paying close attention to any irregularities present. They also allow for a more accurate diagnosis of the menstrual cycle and a chance to solve any anomalies with it. When a woman has difficulty with a vaginal infection, she often finds relief after receiving help during an exam. Help with any fertility issues also starts with a yearly exam.

The Annual Woman's Exam Procedure

As a general rule, all women should receive an annual gynecological exam when they are sexually active or reach 21. 

A typical annual women's health care appointment in Austin, TX, includes a pap smear to check the cells of the cervix for cancer, a breast exam, a pelvic exam to check for infection or other concerns, STD testing, and contraception counseling. Your doctors will also make recommendations and you can ask them your health-related questions.

When you're ready to schedule your next annual women's exam, reach out to Dr. Keinarth and Dr. Alberda of Margolin, Keinarth & Alberda at (512) 459-9889 for an appointment today!

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