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Pelvic Exam

A pelvic exam is usually part of the Well Woman exam and often done at the same time as a Pap test (Pap smear) to find possible signs of a variety of disorders, such as ovarian cysts, sexually transmitted infections, uterine fibroids or early-stage cancer.

A pelvic exam may done if you’re experiencing gynecologic symptoms, such as pelvic pain, unusual vaginal bleeding, skin changes, abnormal vaginal discharge or urinary problems. A pelvic exam can help diagnose possible causes of these symptoms and determine if other diagnostic testing or treatment is needed.