Well-Woman Exam in Wailea, HI

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What Are Well-Woman Exams?

Wahine Health proudly provides routine well-woman exams meant to assess your overall health and wellness. These exams typically include screening for reproductive abnormalities, cervical cancer, breast cancer, and more. These preventive exams are important for Hawaiian women who are sexually active or over the age of 21. Board-certified gynecologist Dr. Carrie Giordano and her caring team understand how important this private matter is. You can rest assured that our sexual health specialists in Wailea, HI are compassionate, friendly, and eager to help you address any issues. For more information or to schedule your well-woman exam, contact Wahine Health today!

What Are the Benefits of a Well-Woman Exam?

Well-women exams at Wahine Health are an essential part of preventive healthcare for women in Wailea, HI, serving as a proactive approach to maintaining your health, catching potential issues before they become more serious. They offer you the chance to consult with healthcare providers at about concerns related to reproductive health, sexual health, and overall well-being. Additional benefits of regular women's health visits include:

  • Holistic Health Assessment: These exams cover various health aspects, from breast examinations to blood pressure checks, to give you a complete picture of your health.
  • Early Detection: By undergoing regular screenings, you increase the chances of detecting any health irregularities in their earliest stages when they are most treatable.
  • Personalized Consultation: Every woman's health needs are unique, and these exams provide an opportunity for personalized healthcare advice tailored to you.
  • Convenience: At Wahine Health, we strive to make these examinations as comfortable and straightforward as possible, minimizing wait times and offering flexible appointment options.
  • Confidentiality: We understand the sensitive nature of these exams and uphold the highest standards of patient confidentiality and care.

Am I A Candidate for a Well-Woman Exam?

According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, all women over the age of 21 should have a well-woman exam every year. These specialized exams are designed to address health issues specific to women and are crucial to maintaining overall health. Annual well-woman exams at Wahine Health allow Dr. Giordano to identify potential health issues early to provide prompt treatment and improve health outcomes.

What Can I Expect During A Well-Woman Exam?

A well-woman exam is customized to meet a patient's unique needs and concerns, age, lifestyle, medical history, and other factors. While the scope of services will differ among individuals, well-woman care at Wahine Health includes:

  • Medical history review
  • Screening and assessment of vital signs
  • Pelvic exams to check for gynecological concerns
  • Breast exams to screen for lumps, nodules, or tissue abnormalities
  • Pap smears to test for cervical cancer
  • Urinalysis
  • Blood work to screen for STDs or hormone levels
  • Birth control options for family planning

Once your annual exam is complete, Dr. Giordano will answer questions you may have about your physical health, including infertility, birth control, menopause, your menstrual cycle, weight loss, smoking cessation, and more. Treatment recommendations to improve your health and wellness may also be discussed at that time. You will receive test results once they return from the lab. Follow-up appointments may be scheduled, depending on these results.

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Maintain Good Health With Preventive Care

Board-certified gynecologist Dr. Carrie Giordano and her team at Wahine Health are committed to providing women the preventive gynecology care and sexual wellness they need. We recommend that all our patients visit our office yearly for an annual exam to check for signs of cervical cancer, reproductive health concerns, and more. For more information or to schedule a consultation, contact our Wailea, HI women's health office today.

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Can I discuss sexual health during my well-woman exam?

Yes! In fact, we encourage it. This exam is one of the best opportunities to talk about your sexual and reproductive health. Our board-certified gynecologist is extremely knowledgeable and can answer any questions you may have.

Do I need to schedule a follow-up exam after a well-woman exam?

Unless otherwise noted, you do not need to schedule any follow-up exams aside from scheduling your next yearly exam. If any concerns arise during your exam, we will discuss this with you and establish next steps. 

Is there anything I need to do to prepare for my well-woman exam?

Preparing for your well-woman exam is pretty simple, and there is not much you need to do to prepare. Generally, we ask you to try and schedule this exam when you are not on your period. We also ask that you do not douche before your exam (showering is fine) and that you avoid sexual intercourse the day leading up to your exam. If you have any questions about preparing for or what to expect during your exam, feel free to ask any of our team members.

Can you tell me what type of contraception I should use?

The choice of what contraceptive to use is a person one; however, our team is happy to help you understand the benefits and drawbacks of each. The best choice for you will vary based on a variety of factors, including:

  • Age
  • Health
  • Level of sexual activity
  • Family planning timeline
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