Gynecology Specialist

Davda Medical Group

Niyati Davda, MD

OB-GYN located in Piscataway, NJ

Whether it’s time for your annual Pap smear or you’re experiencing a women’s health condition, you can count on high-quality gynecology care from Davda Medical Group in Piscataway, New Jersey. OB/GYN Niyati Davda, MD, provides cancer screenings, birth control, immunizations, infertility evaluations, and much more. Call today or schedule your visit online.

Gynecology Q & A

What gynecology services are available?

Davda Medical Group provides comprehensive gynecology services to address common women’s health conditions and promote your lasting health.

Services include:

  • Well-woman exams
  • Infertility evaluation and treatment
  • Ultrasound exams
  • Birth control
  • Breast cancer screening
  • STD testing and treatment
  • Menopause treatment

Gynecology services also include diagnostic services and treatment. For example, Dr. Davda may recommend a colposcopy if you’ve had an abnormal Pap smear to take samples of abnormal cells. She also provides diagnostic services and treatment for conditions like endometriosis and fibroids.

What happens during a gynecology visit?

Dr. Davda begins your well-woman exam by taking a comprehensive medical history and asking about your current health. You also can expect questions about:

  • Medications and supplements you’re taking
  • Past illnesses or surgeries
  • Use of alcohol or smoking habits
  • Birth control methods
  • Your emotional well-being and safety

Dr. Davda talks about the next steps to help you stay in good health, including maintaining a healthy weight and getting regular exercise. You’ll talk about which screening tests and follow-up services are right for you. Dr. Davda suggests immunizations, when needed, and a flu shot.

What happens during a gynecology exam?

Dr. Davda typically performs a breast exam to check for suspicious growths and a pelvic exam to assess the health of your reproductive organs. 

She also recommends a Pap smear. This is an important screening test to detect cervical cancer at an early stage, when it's most treatable. 

What happens during a Pap smear?

You can expect Dr. Davda to take a small sample of cells from your cervix, which is the opening to your uterus, to look for signs of cervical cancer. She uses a speculum to see your cervix clearly, then quickly takes a swab of cell samples from your cervix.

Most of the time, results are normal. If your results show the presence of abnormal cells, Dr. Davda may suggest an outpatient procedure called a colposcopy. In other cases, she may recommend coming back for a repeat Pap smear in six months to see if the cellular abnormalities have gone away naturally.

For gynecology services, rely on Davda Medical Group. Call today or book a consultation online with Dr. Davda.