What is HPV?
Human papillomavirus is a very common infection that can be passed from person to person. Some types of HPV cause cancer of the cervix. You can learn more about HPV on the Center for Disease Control Web site.
Get the facts about
the HPV vaccine
Learn more about the vaccine that protects against the human papillomavirus (HPV).
For many women, choosing and knowing when to visit a gynecologist can be confusing and stressful. You may need help with the symptoms you are experiencing each month such as bad cramps, irregular or missed periods, abdominal pain, acne, weight gain and emotional ups and downs; or you may need a regular gynecological check-up or one-on-one time with a health care professional who can provide answers to your most personal questions.
Whether you are considering your first gynecological appointment, need a yearly routine check-up, have gynecological health concerns, or are already pregnant, St.Vincent Women’s Hospital’s expert health care professionals are ready to address your needs.
Our routine gynecological check-ups and consultations provide you with information about your body and how making healthy choices today can lead to a lifetime of good health. Our services include:
- Gynecological consultations
(discussion with a health care provider – no exam)
- General physical exams
- Breast exams
- Pelvic exams
- Pap tests
For more information or to schedule an appointment with one of our OB/GYNs, call (317) 338-4HER. You may also check out our Physicians online.