Becoming An Obstetrician/Gynecologist Essay

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There were multiple factors that contributed into my choice of career. I am working towards becoming an Obstetrician/Gynecologist. The first reason why I chose my career, because I am interested in the female body. Secondly, I am in love with newborns. Furthermore, there will be plenty of surgeries. Time is also one of the factors. Finally, there were personal reasons. The fact that the female body functions in many ways men can’t is amazing. For example, women can produce another human being. When a male and female have sexual contact, it is possible for male’s sperm cells to fertilizes the female’s eggs. A baby is supposed to develop in the womb for nine to ten months. There are plenty of cases where babies are born prematurely. As babies grow in the womb, the woman’s’ belly grow as well. In the development of the baby, the child receives the parents’ dominant traits. It is also amazing how someone made it possible to see the baby inside the womb using a machine called an ultrasound. The ultrasound is also used to see if the baby has any defects. Additionally, an ultrasound is used to check the female reproductive system. By checking the female reproductive system, can help detects any diseases, cysts, etc. To continue, it can be used to put in birth control, and make sure the birth control is still in place over a long …show more content…
I believe it is very important for a woman to keep up with their body. A lady should schedule an appointment at their gynecologist for a check-up annually. During the doctor visit an STD and HIV test administered. The gynecologist also provides pap smears, pelvic exams, and pregnancy testing. Going to the gynecologist helps take care of the inside and the outside of the body. It is our responsibility as women to take care of the outside, while the gynecologist take care of the inside. Showering, shaving, and moisturizing is a great way to take care of the outside of the

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