Definition: A gynecologist (MD) is defined as a physician who specializes in women’s healthcare; including the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the reproductive tract and breasts.
Specialty: Conditions that are typically treated by a gynecologist include issues with pregnancy, menstruation, fertility, and menopause, PCOS, endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory disease, fibroids, gynecologic cancers, and more.
Training: Training typically includes at a minimum:
- Four Years of Undergraduate School
- Four Years of Medical School
- Four Years of Residency