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Nervous About Your First Visit?

Planning your initial visit to Women's Healthcare? Get peace of mind by exploring our First Visit Guide. Have questions? Mr. N. Agarwal, a trusted gynecologist in London, is here to provide personalized advice and support. Ease into your first visit confidently – reach out to us today for the answers you need!

As an annual gynaecological exam, well women check ups are essential to stay healthy and is important for all women irrespective of age. It is a part of preventive healthcare that can reduce the risk of complications later. A well woman check up includes the examination of both a woman’s general health as well as reproductive health.

On the day of your appointment, kindly bring the following with you;

  • Copies of previously done blood tests, X-rays, MRIs, ultrasound, CT scans, etc
  • List of prescription medications (if any)
  • Insurance information
  • Referral letter from your healthcare provider.

To schedule an appointment, you can call us at any time as we operate 24/7/365 days. Please provide an accurate phone number, so we can call and confirm your appointment a day prior.

Also, in case, you need to cancel the appointment, do let us know at the earliest so that we can accommodate other patients on our waiting list.

*On the day of your appointment, please arrive 10-15 minutes early to fill in the registration form and the health questionnaire.

*For more information on what to expect during your first gynaecologist visit, check out this complete guide.

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FAQs – Frequently Asked Questions

What health concerns can I discuss with my OB-GYN?

An OB-GYN can help you understand how to maintain a healthy lifestyle for your reproductive organs. Some things you can discuss with your doctor include vaginal odour, sexual discomfort, urinary or faecal leakage, painful periods, sexual history and low libido.

Is it normal to be nervous before the first gynaecologist visit?

It is completely normal to feel nervous before your first gynaecologist visit. Although the actual appointment might not be as scary or awkward as you feel. The first visit to the gynaecologist only consists of Q&A, wherein the doctor is trying to understand if there are any issues and give you tips. A test is only done if necessary.

What happens during an external genital exam?

The external genital exam is the first part of the examination. The health advisor or the doctor examine the opening of your vagina and your vulva for any abnormalities. It is used to check for signs of genital warts, irritation, signs of cysts, abnormal discharge and other issues.

What can I do to stay healthy?

Vaginal health is important to have a healthy reproductive life. There are a few tips to maintain healthy feminine hygiene.

  • Keep your undergarments dry
  • Clean the vagina after sex without fail
  • Avoid douching
  • Do not use soap in your vaginal area
  • Always practice safe sex
  • Do not use any scented feminine hygiene products
  • minine hygiene products
Do I need to shave down there?

The choice is totally yours and won’t affect the exam at all.