When you need a caring physician to focus on your unique needs as a woman, you can rely on the expertise of Mojan Gabbay, MD. At her OB/GYN office in the Playa Vista area of Los Angeles, California, Dr. Gabbay offers comprehensive gynecology services, including routine pelvic exams, on-site diagnostics, and customized treatments to address a variety of reproductive health issues. To schedule a gynecology exam, call Dr. Gabbay’s office or request an appointment through the online booking system.
As an experienced gynecologist, Dr. Gabbay provides comprehensive services that focus on your specific health needs as a woman. She specializes in a variety of gynecology services including the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting your:
Dr. Gabbay also provides family planning services and sexually transmitted disease (STD) testing in-office.
Gynecology services are available for women of all ages, with exams typically starting at the first menstrual cycle. Dr. Gabbay recommends yearly visits for preventive exams and care, especially if you’re sexually active.
You should also schedule a gynecology visit if you have unexplained symptoms relating to your reproductive health such as:
Dr. Gabbay can also address disruptive symptoms of menopause, such as hot flashes and night sweats. She creates custom treatments for sexually transmitted diseases, vaginal infections, and other acute conditions as well.
In addition to comprehensive gynecology services, Dr. Gabbay provides obstetric services to assist women who are pregnant or planning to conceive.
During a routine gynecology exam, Dr. Gabbay reviews your personal and family medical history and discusses any new symptoms or concerns you have. In most cases, she performs a pelvic exam to identify abnormalities affecting your reproductive health and manually examines your breasts for lumps or other signs of breast cancer.
As part of your pelvic exam, Dr. Gabbay may complete a Pap smear, a simple test that involves a swab of cells at the opening of your cervix. Abnormal cells in this area can be the first sign of cervical cancer.
Additionally, Dr. Gabbay may test for STDs during your pelvic exam, including a swab test for human papillomavirus (HPV). HPV can increase your risk of cervical cancer. The cell samples Dr. Gabbay collects during your Pap test or HPV test go to a medical lab for further analysis.
Your routine pelvic exam is also a great time to discuss any questions and concerns you have about your reproductive or sexual health. Dr. Gabbay provides a variety of resources to also enhance your overall health, including recommendations for a good diet and exercise plan.
To schedule a gynecology consultation with Dr. Gabbay, call the office today or request an appointment online now.