So what have I gotten to do on this rotation you might ask? Well I have done numerous well woman exams with pap smears and pelvic exams, I've scrubbed into numerous surgeries and even been allowed to assist by holding instruments, suctioning and removing organs, I have learned different suturing techniques, assisted in C-sections, I"ve been the first one to lay hands on a new baby. I've helped deliver 2 babies vaginally and assisted with the suturing. I've been involved in laparoscopy, hysterectomies, tubal ligation, and histeroscopy with polyp removals. I"ve seen to many things to really mention but mostly I have learned great compassion for women of all ages, which I think i have always had but it truly has resurfaced. Ob-Gyn is on top of my list as future career. I feel so blessed and have thoroughly enjoyed my days in this rotation. I have one week left and my shelf exam on Tuesday then I'm off to Internal Medicine.
|That is me on the right, scrubbing into a C-Section with another Rossie.|