Manhattan Womens Health and Wellness

Manhattan Womens Health and Wellness

5 services for Manhattan Womens Health and Wellness

Consultation

Consultation

$600

Manhattan Women’s Health & Wellness is where you will find individualized and compassionate obstetrics and gynecology care. Located in Midtown NYC and on the Upper East Side on Park Avenue, our centers feature state-of-the-art, certified and approved gynecology facilities with over 8 years of experience.
Colposcopy

Colposcopy


A colposcopy usually is performed by your doctor in response to an abnormal Pap smear. The purpose of the colposcopy is to allow your doctor to examine your vagina, vulva and cervix. The reasons for an abnormal Pap smear can vary greatly, but they are caused most commonly by viral infections, such as the human papillomavirus (HPV).
IUD Birth Control

IUD Birth Control


The intrauterine device, most commonly referred to as an IUD, is a form of birth control. Shaped like a small “T,” it’s placed in your uterus by your doctor or healthcare provider. Your cervix then holds it tightly in place. IUD effectiveness is unchallenged; the IUD failure rate is less than 1 percent. In fact, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, IUDs are more effective at birth control than the pill, the vaginal ring, the patch and prophylactics.
Hymenectomy

Hymenectomy


A hymenectomy is a surgical procedure that’s performed specifically to remove the hymen artificially. There are a number of reasons that a young woman may have her hymen removed, including: To decrease discomfort during sex If there is an absence of normal menstruation, called amenorrhea Severe abdominal pain during a period
Vaginoplasty

Vaginoplasty


A vaginoplasty is simply a physical change to tighten your vagina. It won’t solve any of your emotional issues or sexual hang-ups. As you age, your vagina, like your other muscles, tends to weaken. As a result, sex becomes less fulfilling because the sensation isn’t as intense. A vaginoplasty can restore sensations, making sexual intercourse a rich experience again. Most of the women who opt for a vaginoplasty are older, in their 30s to their 50s. Many have had children and don’t want any more. A vaginoplasty doesn’t prevent you from having more children, but childbirth can undo the work of your gynecological plastic surgeon. And while it’s possible to get a second vaginoplasty, the procedure carries more risks and uncertainty.