Barbie Movie Ending With A Gynecologist Scene: A Highlight On Women’s Health

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Amidst all the craze around the Barbie movie, it has now come up with another reason that calls for celebration. It’s the culminating scene that shifts all the focus to women’s health. In that scene, the doll is all set to experience human life and fixes an appointment with a gynecologist.

For a doll that has always been associated with the stereotypes of beauty and fashion, it’s a welcome change or advancement.

Many may argue that a film of this scale deserves a better ending than this “ordinary” scene. Isn’t it something every woman does regularly? But this so-called “ordinary” or “regular” ending makes the movie all the more extraordinary for women and humanity. It brings out the crucial topic of women’s health and asks people across boundaries to understand its importance.

Further, even in 2023, reproductive health has not become the “usual” part of regular healthcare. Girls and women, irrespective of their age groups, need special care and attention regarding this.

From the girl about to have her first menstrual period to one in her prime, and one having menopause, all need proper medical attention.

Unfortunately, fixing a gynecologist appointment is not a priority for many of us until we are trying to get pregnant, have conceived, or face severe gynecological issues. That is where the final scene of the Movie Barbie can change things.

The scene will remind us of something that we all know but don’t follow. It says that reproductive health is very much a part of our everyday healthcare routine, and it’s absolutely normal to visit a gynecologist for regular check-ups as well as for issues that demand immediate attention.

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists suggests that teenage girls should start visiting a gynecologist around the age of 13 to 15. This is crucial as a preventive health care measure, and this helps the girls to build a confidential and secure relationship with the gynecologist on a long-term basis.

During these visits, doctors take note of the patient’s medical history and conduct tests. Also, this is when girls can easily discuss specific concerns about their reproductive health.

Most importantly, if a girl is yet to receive an HPV vaccine, doctors can offer vaccination at that time to reduce the risks of cervical cancer.

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