Women's Health Specialist

Eighth Avenue Obstetrics and Gynecology

OBGYNs located in Fort Worth, TX

From puberty to pregnancy and menopause, women have unique health concerns that require compassionate care from an experienced OB/GYN. Fortunately, the dedicated women’s health experts at Eighth Avenue Obstetrics and Gynecology in Magnolia Tower and the Medical District of Fort Worth, Texas, have the experience, technology, and skill to take care of all your needs. To schedule a visit with Eighth Avenue Obstetrics and Gynecology, call or book online.

Women's Health

Which women’s health services are available to me?

The dedicated doctors at Eighth Avenue Obstetrics and Gynecology provide patient-centered, comprehensive women’s health care during every stage of your life. Some of the most common women’s health services available at the offices include:

  • Pregnancy and prenatal care
  • Menopause management
  • Hormone therapy
  • Breast cancer screenings and mammogram referrals
  • Sexual health counseling
  • Contraceptive counseling
  • STD testing

Whether you’ve just had your first period, or are thinking about getting pregnant, the experienced doctors at Eighth Avenue Obstetrics and Gynecology can help you prepare for your next steps.

Which women’s health screenings do I need?

In addition to your regular checkups, your doctor may recommend one or more of the following women’s health screenings and tests.

Pap smear

During a Pap smear, your doctor swabs your cervix to test for abnormal cells. Coming in for a Pap smear every three years can help prevent or lead to an early diagnosis of cervical cancer.

Pelvic exam

A pelvic exam gives your doctor the opportunity to physically inspect your reproductive organs for any abnormalities. During this visit, your doctor examines your vagina, cervix, vulva, ovaries, uterus, and fallopian tubes.

Breast cancer screening

If you come into the office for a well-woman exam, your doctor performs a thorough breast exam to check for signs of breast cancer. Once you turn 40, you may be advised to have regular mammograms.

Colon cancer screening

Depending on your age and family history, you and your doctor may discuss colon cancer screenings. Most experts recommend beginning colon cancer screenings once you turn 50, but you may be advised to start earlier if you have a family history.


What other women’s health services should I know about?

Women’s health services aren’t limited to screenings and preventive care. Some other women’s health services you may want to talk to your doctor about include:

  • Diet and nutrition
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Preconception counseling
  • Sexual function therapies
  • Vaginal revitalization
  • Breastfeeding counseling

If you have any questions about what is and isn’t covered under women’s health services, the patient-centered experts at Eighth Avenue Obstetrics and Gynecology are happy to answer your questions. Call or book an appointment online for more information.