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About obstetrics and gynecology at Marshfield Clinic


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​Obstetrics and Gynecology or OB/GYN deals with management of your pregnancy and the health of the female reproductive system.​

Obstetrics provides care for you and your unborn baby before, during and after your pregnancy. 

We have a special section devoted to your pregnancy.​

​​Gynecology focuses on the health of female reproductive and urinary systems.

Together our women’s health care providers offer complete care for girls and women - from childhood through menopause.

Services provided by Marshfield Clinic obstetricians and gynecologists include: 

  • Annual physical examinations
  • Obstetric care, including prenatal care, delivery, and postpartum care
  • Evaluation and treatment of vaginal bleeding, abnormal pap smears, uterine or ovarian enlargement
  • Infertility treatment
  • Gynecologic cancer care
  • Minimally invasive surgery
  • Treatment for incontinence and prolapse
  • High-risk pregnancy care
  • Treatment for infections of the female reproductive tract and pelvic pain
  • Care for menopause
  • Contraceptive care

More detailed information is below with links to articles about conditions and treatments.

Also see the special section on Your Pregnancy​.

Our staff

Marshfield Clinic’s experienced OB/GYN team includes:

  • Certified Obstetricians and Gynecologists (American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology)
  • Certified nurse midwives
  • Nurse practitioners
  • Physician assistants

 Pregnancy Changes

Take the PMS Quiz

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) refers to a range of monthly symptoms that starts 1 to 2 weeks before a woman's menstrual period. Most women have at least some PMS symptoms. Learn more about PMS by taking this quiz.

1. Which group of women is more likely to have PMS?
2. What portion of menstruating women reports at least one symptom of PMS?
3. A more severe form of PMS is also known as:
4. How many different symptoms have been tied to PMS?
5. Symptoms of PMS can be confused with:
6. Which of these hormones is thought to play a role in PMS?
7. What has to occur for the symptoms to be diagnosed as PMS?
8. What lifestyle change will ease PMS symptoms?