Natural family planning involves being in tune with your own body and its cycle of fertility. We support families who use this non-interventional method of family planning.
Birth Control Pills, Vaginal Ring, Injectable (Depo Provera), 3 Year Arm Implant (Nexplanon), Medicated IUD (Mirena, Kyleena, Skyla and Liletta), Tubal Ligation
At Westar OB/GYN, we follow national guidelines for Pap smears and utilize the up-to-date liquid based pap smear collection medium with associated DNA testing for high risk HPV.
Our Cancer Prevention Program is designed to provide the highest quality care for patients who are at increased risk of developing cancer. The more you know, the better prepared you are to take actions that can help reduce your cancer risk. Learn to make informed decisions—don’t leave it up to chance. Based on your family history, you may be a candidate for genetic testing to learn more about your risk of breast, ovarian, uterine, colon, or pancreatic cancer.
Are you experiencing any of the following symptoms: severe menopause symptoms, osteoporosis, sexual issues, back humps, depression, loss of skin elasticity? You may be a candidate for hormone replacement therapy, which is a treatment used to augment the body’s natural hormone levels.
Leaking of urine or involuntary passage of stool is an all-to-common problem. At Westar OB/GYN we employ medications, physical therapy, and surgical interventions including suburethral slings to help these conditions.
Our surgeons are experts in vaginal and laparoscopic surgical techniques. Every surgery is tailored to the individual person; our surgeons will always recommend and perform the least invasive intervention for you.
Menopause and its associated symptoms effect each woman differently. Our team listens carefully to you and makes a treatment plan to help you feel your best as you go through this transition.
Some women have severe pain, or heavy or irregular bleeding with their menses. Our team listens carefully, evaluates you fully, and recommends medical and surgical options.
Uterine fibroids are a common cause of heavy menstrual flow and pelvic pain. Our physicians are experts in medical and surgical management of uterine fibroids.
Endometriosis, growth of uterine lining cells outside the uterus, causes pain and can be disabling. Our team will listen carefully to your symptoms, examine you fully, and recommend the best treatment for you.
Following national guidelines, Westar OB/GYN screens all sexually active women ages 16-24 for sexually transmitted infections, seeking to decrease the incidence among this population. Other women are screened based on risk factors and symptoms.
Vulvar and vaginal discharge, itching, irritation and odor can result from yeast infections, bacterial vaginosis, dystrophy or other infections. If you have these symptoms, we need to examine you to be able to diagnosis and treat you.
Endometrial ablation is a treatment option for heavy but regular menstrual bleeding. Endometrial ablation can be done in the office with sedation or at the hospital with anesthesia.
Hysteroscopy allows the physician to look inside the uterus, examine for polyps or other abnormalities, and take biopsies. These exams can be done in the office or at the hospital.
Hysterectomy, the removal of the uterus, is done only if necessary. The fallopian tubes and cervix are usually removed at the same time. The ovaries may be removed also, depending on the indication for the surgery.
Ovarian cystectomy, the removal of a fluid filled growth on the ovary, can usually be accomplished laparoscopically. Sometimes cystectomy requires opening the abdomen, or laparotomy
Pregnancy and childbirth are the biggest risk factors for pelvic organ prolapse, in which the bladder, uterus, intestines and rectum bulge into the vagina. Pelvic organ prolapse is treated with pessaries (supportive device worn in the vagina), physical therapy and/or surgery.
444 N. Cleveland Ave. Suite 120
Westerville, OH 43082
65 E. Granville St., PO Box 106
Sunbury, OH 43074
Monday to Friday: 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Phone: (614) 818-0300
Fax: (614) 818-0313