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I feel that doctors have a very important role in decreasing HIV rates: personally I have given 33 years of my life to this kind of work and feel happy to contribute in saving lives from HIV AIDS.
To shed some light on what exactly an obstetrician does, Marisa Chavez, a graduate of Stanford University's School of Medicine and an OB-GYN at an urban clinic and large Level I trauma center in Atlanta, offers a glimpse into a typical day on the job.
A gynecologist is devoted only to the reproductive care of women while an obstetrician is concerned with women during and a little after pregnancy. Obstetricians are also concerned with the health of the fetus. Almost all modern Gynecologists are also Obstetricians.
OB/GYN stands for obstetrics and gynecology, which is a specialty with a combined focus on pregnancy, delivery, and female sexual and reproductive health.
The main job of any gynecologist is to perform medical exams of women’s reproductive organs, looking out for abnormalities and possible problems and ensuring overall wellness.