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- n. A physician specializing in diseases of the female reproductive system.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One versed in, or engaged in the study and practice of, gynecology.
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- n. a specialist in gynecology
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Because sometimes one creepy gynecologist is not enough, Jeremy Irons offers up two Hippocratic oath-flouting docs.
I called my gynecologist immediately after I realized I was pregnant.
So, I called my gynecologist and she told me to keep taking Tylenol.
She condescended to me; she tried to change me off of the established medical treatment I had established with my last long-term gynecologist; she tried to put me on a medication which is not indicated for me, and which (as I established with my last long-term gynecologist) would involve putting me at risk.
Alarmed, she called her gynecologist and asked, "Is the Pill safe?
The countless times I have called my gynecologist in panic.
It sounds too folksy, like calling a gynecologist a women's doctor.
Even diagnosing the illness can be costly for the patient, who may see several gynecologists before being properly diagnosed, and a co-pay for a gynecologist, which is considered a specialist under the majority of health insurance plans, can cost anywhere from $10 to $50 a visit.
Fresh & pretty while waiting to be examined by her gynecologist, that is.
I took my chances and called the gynecologist's office.