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The providers from Little Rock Gynecology and Obstetrics, PLLC, provide comprehensive Gynecologic care for patients in Little Rock, and across the state of Arkansas. Our medical team consists of three Gynecologists and a Nurse Practitioner who provide over 40 years of combined experience of sensitive and compassionate health care for women of all ages.
We realize that women are intently concerned with the health issues that impact their lives. From adolescence through menopause and beyond, there are many areas of a women’s health care that affect her quality of life. The goal of Little Rock Gynecology and Obstetrics' medical services is to promote health and wellness and to help our patients manage their health care for all the times and stages in their lives.
Our office is conveniently located near Baptist Health Medical Center in Little Rock nearly and all of our surgical procedures are carried out in the Women's Surgery Center. Our physicians also hold privileges at Little Rock Surgery Center for certain outpatient procedures.
We would love the opportunity to offer a lifetime of care for you and your female family members.
Our services to support women's health include, but are not limited to:
Well Woman and Preventative Care
Preventive care includes the following, a yearly well woman annual exam which includes a pelvic and breast exam. Cervical cancer screening is offered per current national guidelines.
Girls that have not had their period yet, should continue to follow up with their pediatricians for general exams. Current guidelines recommend that cervical cancer screening begins at age 21, but many teens choose to be seen sooner for anticipatory guidance or to discuss issues related to menstruation. All women who are sexually active are welcome for contraceptive counseling and screening for sexually transmitted infections. We offer the Gardasil 9 vaccine series for eligible young women.
Because contraception is personal and not “one size fits all,” we encourage all women who need birth control to find the method that is best for them.
With so many safe and effective birth control choices available, we believe that actively learning about each method helps women make an informed and empowered decision. The following resources may be helpful to explore and gather more information about specific types of contraception either before or after your clinical consultation.
Our providers place a special emphasis on menopausal patients and their unique issues that can begin many years before menstruation ends. Count on us to provide personalized counseling on the most recent facts about options for treating menopause symptoms, including the risks and benefits of:
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