Gynecology Specialist

Eighth Avenue Obstetrics and Gynecology

OBGYNs located in Fort Worth, TX

If you’re looking for compassionate, expert gynecology services in Fort Worth, Texas, schedule an appointment at Eighth Avenue Obstetrics and Gynecology. With two locations in the Medical District of Fort Worth, Eighth Avenue Obstetrics and Gynecology has a convenient location, whether you need an annual well-woman exam, birth control advice, or menopause management. Call the practice or make an appointment online today.


What is gynecology?

Gynecology is the medical specialty area that focuses on women's health and reproduction. The experienced and compassionate doctors at Eighth Avenue Obstetrics and Gynecology offer a comprehensive range of gynecological services, including:

  • Annual well-woman exams
  • Management of abnormal Pap smears
  • Evaluation and management of irregular periods
  • Birth control
  • Management of perimenopausal symptoms
  • Hormone replacement therapy
  • Assessment and management of osteoporosis
  • Basic infertility evaluation and treatment
  • Adolescent care
  • STD screening
  • Surgical management of fibroids, irregular bleeding, and ovarian cysts
  • Treatment of heavy periods with ablation
  • Diagnostic hysteroscopy
  • Diagnostic ultrasounds
  • Colposcopy and LEEP for abnormal Pap smears

Gynecologists provide customized health care at every stage of your life from adolescence through menopause. The team at Eighth Avenue Obstetrics and Gynecology offers preventive health care, aiming to help you protect and improve your health and reduce your risk of reproductive health problems and chronic disease. 

How often should I see a gynecologist?

You should see your gynecologist at least once a year for your annual well-woman exam. Your well-woman exam is an essential part of preventive health care and often includes a Pap smear to screen for cervical cancer. It's a time for you to check in on your health, get critical health care screenings, and get health care advice from a trusted women's health care provider.

You may not need to have a Pap smear every year. You can talk to your doctor about your personal and family medical history to assess your risk and determine whether a Pap smear is necessary. 

What should I talk to my gynecologist about?

You can talk to your gynecologist about anything. While gynecologists focus on reproductive health; they're well-trained and experienced in all aspects of women's health. So you can ask about abnormal periods, birth control, STDs, and menopause as well as your other health concerns.

Your gynecologist can offer customized advice to help you optimize your health at any stage of life, whether you're trying to get pregnant or dealing with the effects of perimenopause. Younger women may find that they feel more comfortable talking to their gynecologist about their changing bodies, sexual health, and other reproductive health issues than their family or friends.

The committed gynecologists at Eighth Avenue Obstetrics and Gynecology want to protect and improve your health. Call the office or schedule your appointment online today.