David Jaspan, DO

Einstein Answers: Frequently Asked Questions for an OBGYN

By on 05/06/2019

Women have a lot of questions for their obstetrician/gynecologists (OBGYNs).

Maybe you’re pregnant and trying to do everything possible to have a healthy baby. At other times, you may be trying to avoid getting pregnant. And you also may want to know whether your experience of menstruation, menopause and other aspects of the reproductive cycle are normal.

OBGYNs have heard it all, and they are ready with reassurance for many of those questions. In these videos, David Jaspan, DO, Chairman of Obstetrics and Gynecology for Einstein Healthcare Network, responds to four common questions that he hears from patients.

Click or tap below to watch the videos.

Why am I having abnormal menstrual bleeding?

When will I first feel my baby move?

What causes a pap smear to be abnormal?

What can I do for hot flashes?

Learn more about Einstein’s obstetrics and gynecology services.

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