Get into medical school. Once you've accomplished that, your professors will be able to provide whatever guidance you need.
Sorry, that's sort of a flip answer, but getting your M.D. is the key step in the process. There will be plenty of time for specialization. Before that, of course, you have to get a bachelor's degree. Getting it in something technical like Biology, chemistry, physics, or engineering is a pretty good start.
No, you need an M.D. (Doctor of Medicine) to be an Obstetrician/Gynecologist.
To become a gynecologist you need to graduate from medial school and then do a gynecology residency.
There is no right age to go to the gynecologist. You should go as soon as you become sexually active or have problems.
The short answer is a college degree, then medical school.
Yes, there are many gynecologists that are men.
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One can be either an Obstetrician or a Gynecologist ......or both.
Either 16 or whenever you first become sexually active. You can see the gynecologist before 16 if you have problems or want to go on birth control.
an OBGYN needs to attend medical school and get a residency in Gynecology.
You only have to go 4 years
A gynecologist look for patient.
You first have to attend medical school to become a medical doctor, then you must study the specialty of gynecology
A gynecologist is a doctor that specifies in womens health.
You'll need to qualify as a Doctor first and then specialise afterwards.
The same as in any other state of the union...........or confederacy.
Only when it's part of a title.
GynecologistThe doctor is called a gynecologist.
I think that my responsibilities as a gynecologist are to take care of woman.
You will need to get a bachelors degree, then a masters degree, then a doctorate of medicine degree, then do an internship in obstetrics-gynecology, then a residency in obstetrics-gynecology. All this takes about 12 years of work.
In Canada the average starting salary for a gynecologist is CA$115,000. In the United States the average salary for a gynecologist is $252,000 a year.
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No, not unless you give your gynecologist permission.
Since gynecologists are gynecological condition experts, if you are having any gynecological complications, it is often best to see a gynecologist instead of a general practitioner. It will help you develop a deeper understanding of the body and how to care about it by visiting a gynecologist.
According to what I have read, an Obstetrician is a Gynecologist, but a Gynecologist is not always an Obstetrician. Being an Obstetrician you must be able to identify, treat and handle the female reproductive system just like a Gynecologist. However, I believe you can practice being an Obstetrician without beings a Gynecologist. If your more keen on just the delivery and treatment for newborns, consider neonatology.