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  • Types of Gynecological Procedures
    Coming in to see your OBGYN once a year is an important part of every woman’s health. Even if you aren’t experiencing symptoms these examinations could prevent issues from happening Read more
  • Signs of Osteoporosis
    Osteoporosis weakens your bones and can cause them to break easily. The condition is particularly common in older people. In fact, more than 53 million people in the U.S. either have Read more
  • Monitoring Your Cycle
    Cycle monitoring is a method used by OBGYNs and fertility specialists to map out a woman's monthly menstrual cycle, in order to determine when ovulation is most likely to occur. Read more
  • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
    Worried that you may have PCOS? Find out more about this condition and what we can do to help. Do you notice that you have irregular menstrual cycles? Do you sometimes Read more
  • What Birth Control is Right for You?
    You're more likely to experience a birth control failure if you select a method that's not comfortable or convenient for you. Fortunately, there are plenty of effective birth control options Read more
  • Managing Abnormal PAP Smears
    A Pap smear is one of the most effective tools an OBGYN has to be able to detect the early signs of cervical cancer. During this quick procedure, your doctor Read more
  • What is Prenatal Care?
    If you’ve just found out you are pregnant then you are probably getting ready to schedule your first prenatal care visit with your OBGYN. It’s important that you find an Read more
  • Dealing with Menopause
    Menopause is a natural event that will occur in all women at some point as they age. Menopause occurs when menstruation stops and fertility ends. Once a woman has missed Read more
  • How Often Should I Get Screened for STIs?
    Have you been screened for STI's, or Sexually Transmitted Infections? Surprisingly, most Americans do not prioritize this important health testing. Plus, many health care providers do not routinely offer testing Read more
  • What is HPV and When Should You Get Screened?
    The human papillomavirus (HPV) is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases. According to the CDC, approximately 79 million Americans are infected with HPV. There are many strains of Read more
  • What is Endometriosis?
    Endometriosis is a female condition in which tissue that's similar to uterine lining begins growing on the outside of the uterus, often affecting the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and pelvic tissue. Read more
  • What Happens During a Pelvic Exam?
    At some point all women will need to receive routine pelvic exams in order to check their vaginal and reproductive health. This exam allows your gynecologist to be able to Read more
  • IUDs
    What is an IUD? An IUD (intra uterine device) is a temporary form of birth control for women. It is a small, plastic device that is implanted into the uterus by Read more
  • What Is A Sonohysterogram?
    If your OBGYN has recommended that you get a sonohysterogram done find out more about this procedure and what to expect. Are you dealing with abnormal between-cycle bleeding, infertility or repeated Read more
  • What Are Fibroids?
    Affecting over 80 percent of women by the time they reach age 50, fibroids are abnormal uterine growths that can cause great discomfort, heavy periods, and abdominal pain. Luckily, there Read more
  • Why Are Pap Smears Necessary?
    Why are Pap Smears Necessary? If you are age 21 or older, you may be asked to get a pap smear. It’s also called a pap test, and it’s a common Read more