Options For Emergency Contraception

Posted on: 15 May 2023

No matter how diligent you are about using birth control, sometimes mistakes happen. A missed or delayed dose, broken condom, or other contraception failure can leave you unprotected during intercourse. Seeking emergency contraception soon after unprotected sex can effectively prevent pregnancy in many cases. Emergency contraception is available through your gynecologist or over the counter, depending on the method.  Emergency Contraception Emergency contraception (EC) comes in two forms: pills and intrauterine devices.
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Your Questions Answered About Prenatal Care

Posted on: 15 November 2022

Did you miss your period and have been feeling unusually fatigued to the extent of wanting to sleep all day? If you have not taken a pregnancy test, you might want to do so as soon as possible because you are experiencing pregnancy symptoms. Although you can purchase a home pregnancy test, the best way to obtain accurate results is to make an appointment with a gynecologist. A home pregnancy test can provide accurate results, but there is the risk of the results being false as well.
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Pregnancy Care And Treatment: What Your OBGYN Provides

Posted on: 7 July 2022

When you become pregnant, you may be given a referral to an OBGYN. If you have visited one in the past, you may already know about the basic women's health services they provide. However, there are other services they provide once you are pregnant. If you are not sure what services your OBGYN will provide, here are a few of the more common services.  Prenatal Testing Prenatal testing is vital to the health of you and your baby.
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Three Signs You Need To See A Gynecologist As Soon As Possible

Posted on: 13 December 2021

Typically, women are encouraged to see a gynecologist at least once a year from the time they start seeing a gynecologist up to the time they are 29 or 30 years old. However, most women and teenage girls rarely follow the recommended schedule unless they encounter issues with their reproductive parts. Though you only need to see a gynecologist once a year, there are some signs that you may encounter that warrant visiting the gynecologist immediately.
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