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An "OBGYN" is a medical doctor who specializes in obstetrics and gynecology. This medical specialty encompasses two main areas of focus: Obstetrics: Obstetrics deals with the care of pregnant women, the developing fetus, and the management of childbirth. Obstetricians are responsible for monitoring the health of pregnant women, ensuring the well-being of the baby, and providing medical care before, during, and after childbirth. They handle issues related to pregnancy, labor, and delivery, including high-risk pregnancies. Gynecology: Gynecology focuses on the female reproductive system, including the diagnosis and treatment of various conditions and diseases that affect it. Gynecologists provide healthcare services to women throughout their lives, from adolescence to menopause and beyond. They address issues such as menstrual disorders, contraception, infertility, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and gynecological surgeries. OBGYNs are trained to provide comprehensive healthcare to women, covering a wide range of medical, surgical, and obstetrical services. They play a crucial role in women's health, from family planning and prenatal care to addressing gynecological concerns and performing surgeries when necessary. Patients typically visit an OBGYN for routine check-ups, pregnancy-related care, family planning consultations, and the management of gynecological issues. These healthcare professionals are dedicated to promoting and maintaining the health and well-being of women throughout their lives.