Posts Tagged ‘ pap smear ’

What To Do After An Abnormal Pap Smear

If a patient is told their pap smear (or pap test) was abnormal, it means that the test found abnormal cells on the cervix. Pap smears are done because they are the best way to prevent and detect cervical cancer. However, an abnormal result does not mean that the person tested has cancer. In fact,… Read More »


Your First Trip To The Gynecologist

Most health care experts recommend that teenage girls see a gynecologist by their 18th birthday or when they start having sexual intercourse, whichever comes first. Most teen girls feel nervous about going to the gynecologist for the first time. However, it will be a lot easier to prepare for a trip to Woodlands OBGYN Associates… Read More »


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Could This Be the End of Pap Smears?

Let’s face it. As necessary as a pap smear may be, most patients will agree that the current test for human papillomavirus (HPV) is not their favorite activity. Many women may wish to opt out of a traditional pap smear, but is there a choice? Recently reported in the British Medical Journal, a study of… Read More »


If you have United HealthCare we are sure you are aware that as of 01/01/2020 Methodist Hospital is no longer in Network.

Our United HealthCare contract is NOT affected by this. We are a private practice so this will not affect our ability to see you for your appointments.

All current OB patients please speak to our staff if you have not already done so.

We are still hopeful that UHC and Houston Methodist will work out the issues and come to an agreement soon!