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Routine pelvic exam considered obsolete by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor of routine health exams for women? In a Perspective published in the January 2011 Journal of Women’s Health... who have no symptoms of disease.  Dr. Westhoff cites data that shows that for such women the pelvic exam is not needed...
OOCYTE DONORS AS GYNECOLOGIC TEACHING ASSOCIATES by Sharon LaMothe Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook may not have had that many pelvic exams in the first place....look at the average age of 21 to 27 for Egg......at age 24 MAYBE they have had 2 or 3 exams....makes you wonder how good that grading system...
The Gynecology Room by Voodoo Medicine Man will go much faster. The following are some patients I remember fondly from the dreaded gynecology room...-obese frequent flyer). After delaying the pelvic exam as long as I could (I was hoping I could push...
Guide to Managing Post-Exam and in-Exam Stress by Education & Tech Patient Expert By Frank Wilson* This seems to be apparent that the time of exams are indeed the most stressful moments of one's life. Even the most outstanding students feel it really tough to cope
how a transfusion would affect the numbers it was 150 before and 1 day after the exam it was 90 the only spotting was before exam.I was on meds and had a blood transfusion the day of exam also,could that have altered...
You may find this site useful, neeli: http://tinyurl.com/komgq7 If you have any specific questions please ask. Best wished Ian
Amoebiasis can range from mild diarrhea to dysentery.  It can cause cysts in your liver.  I would've expected more white blood cells (WBC) in your stool if you were infected.  Likewise, I wonder what made your doctor comment
Probably nothing.  More importantly, why was your stool being checked?  Best to go ask the health care provider who ordered the test how s/he would interpret it.  But in the meantime, 0-1 is typically considered normal.  Good
Joongel and SearchCube: for fun by Imre Kissik and Andras Szekely Patient Expert I am busy cramming for my gynecology exam next week, so I would like to share with you just a quick post on two interesting and potentially useful search pages: Joongel and SearchCube. Joongel...
Winter, Studying, Decision-Making by Kelly A. Medical Student It snows outside, and I'm inside studying for my obs/gyn exam tomorrow. It is picturesque winter and I kind of want to be outside in it. Instead I'm self-reprimanding and stuffing more knowledge...

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