Detroit Area Gynecologists
The gynecologists of Hutzel Women’s Health Specialists provide gynecological care to women of all ages in Detroit, Warren, and Hamtramck, MI and the surrounding areas. Education and discussion is key in making decisions about your reproductive health. Our patients are well-informed and are partners with their gynecologist in their treatment.
Our gynecologists are here to help, whether you are seeking an annual pelvic exam and pap smear, other diagnostic testing, or need help finding solutions for birth control, infertility, menstrual difficulties, PMS, menopause, or other women’s health issues.
Our compassionate and experienced gynecologists and gynecologic nurses offer the latest medical advancements – and the highest standard of care – in women’s health. We also accept most insurance. Call us today to schedule your appointment.
Menstrual Period Problems
If your regular menstrual period becomes very painful with heavy bleeding, nausea, mood swings, and has irregular cycles, you may have a menstrual disorder. These include: fibroids, PMS, PMDD, dysmenorrhea, and more. If you think you have a menstrual disorder, please contact our office for an examination. Our experienced gynecologists offer the most advanced treatments and highest standard of care for women’s menstrual problems.
Family planning with birth control will help you choose when you are ready to start a family. Our gynecologists will discuss your options with you, including: oral contraceptives, condoms, IUDs, diaphragms, and emergency contraception. When you choose the one best suited to your lifestyle, your physician will take the next steps with you.
Permanent contraceptives are for individuals who do not want to have children at all. These include tubal ligation and vasectomy (for men).
Women over 50 are subject to bone loss. A DEXA scan for bone loss is recommended for patients over 50 to diagnose osteoporosis as soon as possible and provide appropriate treatment. Untreated, it can result in hip fractures or other serious injuries. So don’t delay seeing our gynecologists to discuss bone density screening and the latest osteoporosis treatments.