Schedule Well Woman Exams in Dayton, Kettering & Englewood, OH

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Well woman examinations at Huey & Weprin Ob/Gyn

What is a Well Woman Exam?

From your breasts right down to your reproductive organs, a Well Woman Exam is an opportunity for you, as a woman, to learn and share information about your female body parts, their overall health, and any questions or concerns you may have about them.

When should I get a Well Woman Exam?

A Well Woman Exam should take place yearly, if you are:

  • 18 or older
  • Sexually active

More frequent exams should be scheduled if:

  • You are planning to become pregnant
  • You have a history of sexual health problems
  • There is a history of breast cancer in your family

Immediate exams should be scheduled if:

You may also schedule an exam if you are:

A Well Woman Exam gives your doctor an opportunity to detect and treat any potential female-related conditions early on. A Well Woman Exam is also an opportunity for you to become comfortable with talking about your body and any irregularities you notice.

What are the components of a Well Woman Exam?

If you have never had a Well Woman Exam, you may be nervous or unsure about what to expect. Below are the main components of the exam that you can expect to occur:

  • Screening
  • Evaluation and counseling
  • Immunizations
  • Laboratory/other tests

What happens during your appointment should be based on the Well Woman Exam guidelines and recommendations, which vary based on the following age groups:

  • 13-18
  • 19-39
  • 40-64
  • 65 or older

What does a Well Woman Exam involve?

During a Well Woman Exam, your doctor should cover all the components mentioned above, which include screening, evaluation and counseling, immunizations, and laboratory testing. What happens during each part is described below:

  • Screening – a key part of the Well Woman Exam, which involves a physical exam. A physical exam includes a basic assessment of weight, height and other physical assessments, like a pelvic exam, pap smear, and breast exam. Your doctor will also discuss your medical history with you.
  • Evaluation and counseling – depending on age, your doctor will discuss various aspects of your life and provide guidance where needed. Topics up for discussion include fitness and nutrition, health and sexuality. Your doctor may also share information on the risks associated with your personal habits, preferred activities, or possible hazards relating to the work you do.
  • Immunizations – your doctor will administer any immunization shots required or recommended for your age.
  • Laboratory/other tests – urine and various blood tests may be performed to help detect any unseen abnormalities.

The exact services which your doctor provides may vary.

How can I prepare for a Well Woman Exam?

If this is your first Well Woman Exam, you may have questions about what you should and should not do. Knowing how to prepare for a Well Woman Exam can help you feel more confident and relaxed on the day of your exam. When preparing for your Well Woman Exam:

  • Do not schedule a Well Woman Exam during your period
  • Write down questions to ask during the Well Woman Exam
  • Advise the staff in advance if you have a medical disability
  • Speak with your doctor about medications that can help relax you
  • Wear comfortable and easily removable clothing
  • Do not douche

If you would like to come in for a Well Woman Exam, schedule an appointment with an Ob/Gyn specialist at Huey & Weprin Ob/Gyn. With specialized care and cutting-edge treatments in obstetrics and gynecology, Huey & Weprin Ob/Gyn offers a wide variety of gynecologic and obstetric services from leaders in Ob/Gyn research development. Call 937.771.5100 or fill out the form on this page to schedule an appointment.

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13 March 16, 2020

To our valued patients,

In an effort to slow the spread of Covid-19/Coronavirus, Kettering Medical Center has limited the number of support persons to be allowed on the Labor & Delivery and Mother/Baby units of the hospital.

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY only two support persons will be allowed per laboring patient for the entirety of their hospital stay. Kettering Medical Center will be screening ALL non-patient persons entering the hospital for symptoms associated with Covid-19/Coronavirus, including support persons for laboring patients. Any person with any grade fever, cough or respiratory symptoms WILL NOT be permitted to enter the facility. Their policy of no non-patient persons under the age of 14 in the facility remains in effect during this time as well.


We realize this is disappointing and upsetting news. We appreciate your understanding and patience while we work to keep patients and staff healthy during this global health crisis.

Please feel free to reach out to the office if you have any questions or concerns.


Huey & Weprin, OB/Gyn

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