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Garden OB/GYN

Obstetrics & Gynecology located throughout Greater New York City

Gynecologists have extensive experience and training in diagnosing and treating all types of women’s health concerns. With a team of dedicated gynecology experts available at Garden OB/GYN, you can expect personalized care. The practice has ten locations throughout Midtown West, the Upper East Side, and the Upper West Side of Manhattan, as well as Forest Hills, Garden City, Lake Success, Massapequa, Commack, and Cedarhurst, New York, so you have a location nearby to get the comprehensive gynecological care you need. Book your gynecology exam online or call your nearest office directly.

Gynecology Q & A

What is a Gynecologist?

A gynecologist is a medical doctor who has extensive training in women’s health, especially reproductive health. Building a relationship with a dedicated gynecologist is important for preventive care and early detection of chronic diseases. Your dedicated gynecologist is also your go-to practitioner for:

  • Preserving your fertility
  • Performing surgery on your pelvic organs
  • Helping you get through menopause
  • Starting birth control and family planning


Ideally, you should schedule an annual preventive care exam, known as a well-woman exam. If you have chronic conditions, like polyps or endometriosis, your gynecologist may want to see you more regularly.

When Should I See a Gynecologist?

There may be times outside of your annual well-woman exam when you need to see a gynecologist. The compassionate team of practitioners at Garden OB/GYN wants you to schedule an evaluation if you:

  • Experience pelvic pain
  • Have sexual dysfunction
  • Are planning to get pregnant
  • Want to start or change birth control
  • Experience burning or pain while urinating
  • Have abnormal bleeding or heavy periods
  • Are having symptoms of an STD, including sores


You should also schedule an evaluation at Garden OB/GYN if you’re beginning to experience menopause-related symptoms, such as hot flashes and vaginal dryness.

How Do I Prepare for a Gynecology Exam?

There are a few things you can do to prepare for your gynecology exam at Garden OB/GYN, just to ensure you get the most out of your visit and to help your doctor better understand your health. It’s helpful to:

  • Transfer over your records from your previous gynecologist
  • Make a list of all medications and supplements
  • Know the first date of your last period


If you’re due for a Pap smear, try to schedule your appointment on a day when you’re not on your period because menstrual flow could affect your results. Or if you need a blood draw, you might need to fast for several hours beforehand, but you can ask the caring team at Garden OB/GYN ahead of time if this applies to you.

Click the online scheduling feature to book your gynecology visit at Garden OB/GYN today. You can also call your most convenient location to book.

What we offer

Obstetric & Gynecological Services