Dr. Jenkins is a board-certified general gynecologist and sees patients for all general gynecologic issues. The lists below are some of the most common concerns and treatments provided, however Dr. Jenkins will see people for any concerns related to the field of general gynecology even if you do not see your specific concern listed below.

All patients are treated with respect and can expect to be an active participant in developing their care plans.

Common Conditions Treated & Appointment Types

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  • Well woman care/Annual Exams

  • Pap smears, colposcopy, and cervical biopsies

  • Vaginal and urinary infections: yeast infections, bacterial vaginosis, STDs, pelvic inflammatory disease, endometritis, UTIs

  • Contraception, including placement and removal of IUD's and nexplanon

  • Fertility assessments and natural fertility optimization

  • Natural Family Planning*


  • Endometriosis and Adenomyosis

  • Acute and Chronic Pelvic pain

  • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

  • Ovarian cysts

  • Irregular, heavy, painful or absent menstrual bleeding

  • Fibroids and polyps

  • Dyspareunia (painful intercourse)

  • Hypoactive Sexual Desire (low libido)

  • Menopause care

  • Hormone Replacement Therapy, including Bio-identical hormones

  • Transgender care**

  • Mild urinary incontinence

  • Mild-moderate pelvic organ prolapse

  • Obstetrical trauma repair

  • Bartholin's gland cyst/abscess

*Although not a certified Creighton-method or NaProTechnology provider, Dr. Jenkins is familiar with both of these protocols and is happy to incorporate their general concepts into treatment plans. Contraception will never be "forced" on a patient who does not desire it.

**All are welcome, including transgender men, women, and gender non-conforming people, in all stages of affirmation. When you book your appointment, please let us know your preferred name and pronouns. Please note that as a trained general gynecologist, Dr. Jenkins is unable to provide care for issues directly related to the penis or testicles and is not trained to perform gender reassignment surgery (other than hysterectomy and salpingo-oopherectomy), however is happy to provide respectful transgender care, including hormone therapy for all. We use an informed consent model for hormone therapy.

Common In-Office Treatments & Procedures

  • IUD and nexplanon placements and removals

  • Endometrial biopsies

  • Colposcopy and cervical biopsies

  • Vulvar biopsy

  • Minor vaginal repairs

  • Vulvar cyst/abscess drainage ("I&D")

Common Surgical Procedures

  • Diagnostic laparoscopy (minimally-invasive "abdominal scopes") for pain or infertility, including treatment of endometriosis and benign pelvic cysts

  • Diagnostic hysteroscopy (minimally-invasive "vaginal scopes") for abnormal bleeding, including removal of intra-uterine polyps and fibroids

  • Endometrial ablation for abnormal bleeding

  • Minimally-invasive Hysterectomy (with or without ovary removal)

  • Myomectomy (fibroid removal)

  • Tubal ligation / Salpingectomy (tube removal)

  • Ovarian cystectomy (cyst removal)

  • Bartholin's gland marsupialization

  • Basic Pelvic floor reconstruction:

    • Labioplasty

    • Perineoplasty (vaginal tightening)

    • Episiotomy revisions

    • Anterior and posterior vaginal wall repairs (repairing prolapse)