When you go to your annual gynecological exam, you can expect your doctor to take the time to examine your pelvic region and talk to you about any questions or concerns you might have. At these appointments, your doctor may provide you with information you weren’t expecting to hear.

In some cases, High Desert women become alarmed or scared when they hear this information. However, it’s important for those in Hesperia to remain calm and take the time to understand what the doctor truly means. At Reza Ahmadinia OBGYN, we work with our patients in order to ensure that they feel calm, comfortable and secure with the information discussed during all appointments.

What Issues Might My Doctor Bring Up at My Appointment?

Your doctor may tell you that you have a backwards uterus at your appointment, and you might think that something is wrong.

After discussing certain symptoms with your doctor, he may think that you have polycystic ovarian syndrome, or PCOS.

You may test positive for herpes and be afraid of the stigma that comes with this sexually-transmitted disease.

You may test positive for HPV and immediately be concerned that you will get cancer.

As a trusted medical professional, your OBGYN is obligated to provide you with open and honest information about your reproductive health. This may not always be welcome news, but it’s important to stay calm. In many cases, treatment options are available and your doctor can provide you with the resources that you need.