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- OB/GYN: history and physical examination
- The Obstetric History
- Obstetrics: History Taking and Physical Examination
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OB/GYN: history and physical examination
Pregnancy can be a time of great excitement to the patient, but it can also be a time of danger, and there are certain serious illnesses of pregnancy to be aware of. Much of the history is covered here and documented in notes that the patient is advised to carry at all times. An example can be viewed on the Perinatal Institute website. A good starting point is to ask about number of children the patient has given birth to. Next, sensitively ask about miscarriages, stillbirths, ectopics and terminations. ART pregnancies are often conceived after a long period of time and after much psychological distress; it is important to be aware of this.
The Obstetric History
Taking a history is the initial step in the physician—patient encounter. This provides a basis for emphasizing aspects of the subsequent physical examination, and for initial decisions about diagnostic testing and treatment. This chapter outlines the components of a basic gynecologic history and gynecologic examination. Because a discussion of reproductive issues may be difficult for some women, it is important to obtain the history in a relaxed and private setting. The patient should be clothed, particularly if she is meeting the provider for the first time. Ordinarily, the patient should be interviewed alone. Exceptions may be made for children, adolescents, and mentally impaired women, or if the patient specifically requests the presence of a caretaker, friend, or family member.
A pelvic examination is the physical examination of the external and internal female pelvic organs. The examination can be emotionally and physically uncomfortable for patients. Some clinicians perform a pelvic exam as part of routine preventive care. Previous to July the benefits of routine pelvic examinations were not clear and there was no consensus. The guideline did not consider pap smears.
OBSTETRIC HISTORY. • Gynecological history: ➢ Periods: regularity. ➢ Contracepvve history, Oral contracepvves taken during early pregnancy have been.
Obstetrics: History Taking and Physical Examination
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