The safest place to be in an emergency is a place where OB/GYN specialists are supported by the latest technology.
OB/GYN and breast emergencies are serious and must be treated immediately by OB/GYN specialists.
You should visit the GYN Emergent Care Center if you are experiencing any:
- Irregular or heavy bleeding
- Pelvic pain
- Vulvar pain
- Pain while urinating
- Vaginal/vulvar itching
- Abdominal/pelvic swelling
- Nausea and vomiting
- Abnormal cramping
- Possible STDs
- Any other unusual pelvic/abdominal symptoms
You should call our office or just walk in if you have pus draining from the breast, red streaks extending toward your arm or chest, dizziness, fainting, or confusion related to breast pain, as well as shaking, swelling or any other unusual symptoms or pain in your breasts.
For those with a busy schedule
With today’s busy schedules that include overseeing work, the household, children and all other activities, women put themselves and their health at the bottom of their to do list. In most cases, it’s the lack of time during the week that’s to blame.
We are open 24/7
Please keep in mind that we are a facility that specializes in gynecological care and that for all life-threatening emergencies (allergic reactions to food, animal or bug bites, broken bones, chest pain, constant vomiting, continuous bleeding, severe shortness of breath, deep wounds, weakness or pain in a leg or arm, head injuries, etc.) you should call 911 or go to the closest emergency room.