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Chesapeake, VA 23320 US

(757) 547-2322

  • What Happens at a Prenatal Visit?
    Whether you think you might be pregnant or you already took a home pregnancy test that came back positive, it’s important that you schedule an appointment with your OBGYN as Read more
  • Managing Your Menopause Symptoms
    Getting older means overcoming many different obstacles as your life and your body change. But you must deal with one that is uniquely female: menopause and the symptoms that come Read more
  • Common Aspects of Postpartum Care
    OBGYNS recommend that women come in for a postpartum visit approximately 6 weeks after giving birth. Unfortunately, medical reports state that the percentage of women that actually go to these Read more
  • We'll Help You Through Your Postpartum Care
    Giving birth is one of the most exciting, beautiful, and difficult things many women will ever do. Taking care of yourself afterward may seem trivial in comparison with the demands Read more
  • What Makes a Pregnancy High-risk?
    High-risk pregnancies occur when your health or that of your baby can be affected during the pregnancy or delivery. Are you concerned your pregnancy may be high-risk? Take a look Read more
  • Planning for Pregnancy
    Being proactive and preparing for pregnancy can really work in your favor. Here are 9 important items to consider when you're thinking about having a baby. 1. Start Prenatal Vitamins  I recommend Read more
  • You Shouldn't Put Off Getting Pap Smears
    Due to the complexities of the female reproductive system, women have health concerns that require regular testing by an Ob/Gyn (obstetrician-gynecologist). The standard gynecological test administered to women in their Read more
  • What Happens During Preconception Counseling?
    Preconception counseling is an important step in pregnancy planning. When you are ready to have become pregnant, it is a good idea to schedule an appointment with your obstetrician or gynecologist Read more
  • Contraception Isn't One Size Fits All
    When it comes to preventing pregnancy, there are many options available today. Common birth control methods for women include oral contraceptives, intrauterine devices and Depo-Provera injections. However, contraception isn’t one size Read more
  • Signs You May Have 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
  • Why You Should Consider Getting Pelvic Exams
    Getting a pelvic exam can be nerve-wracking, especially if this is your first visit, but knowing what to expect when you step foot in our office can help take away Read more
  • Medical Mission Trip To Haiti
    Dr. Gray and Nurse Practitioner Tracy Papp have returned from their medical mission trip to Haiti. So many women were helped. Cervical cancer is the leading cause of cancer death in Read more
  • Sonohysterogram: What Is It?
    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
  • Why an Annual Health Evaluation is Important
    Find out why visiting your OBGYN every year is crucial to your health. We all lead busy lives. Between picking kids up from school, juggling work and the family schedule and Read more
  • Causes of Recurrent Miscarriages
    It can be a difficult topic to address but one that remains on some women’s minds. There are so many emotions that a woman experiences after going through a miscarriage, and Read more
  • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome: What Is It?
    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