3 Health Issues You Should Bring Up To Your Gynecologist

Posted on: 17 July 2020

Some issues can be difficult to talk about, but your health should be a priority and you should discuss anything going on with your health that is worrying you. One of these things is your feminine health. Although these may feel like a difficult topic, you should feel safe and unafraid to bring them up to your gynecologist. Prolonging some of these issues without getting treatment could result in a worsening health condition.
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Warning Signs Of Vaginal Infections And How To Prevent Them

Posted on: 6 November 2019

Vaginal infections are very uncomfortable and can even sometimes be painful. If you have a vaginal infection, you should have it treated right away. Not treating your vaginal infection could worsen the infection and lead to further pain and infections. Don't attempt to treat your infection yourself; get to the gynecologist for a proper diagnosis and treatment. Read on for a few warning signs of vaginal infections and how you can prevent them.
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What To Expect From Your Six-Week Postpartum Visit

Posted on: 16 July 2019

With so many different lenses and experiences in the world, you may have heard horror stories about the first visit back to your obstetrician after having a baby. Every birth story is different, with each baby coming into the world in their own way. That being said, here are a few things you can expect from your 6-week postpartum visit, no matter what type of delivery you had. Physical Exam
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Treatment Options For Women With Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Posted on: 12 August 2018

Women at reproductive age can suffer from polycystic ovary syndrome. Women who are suffering from this condition may experience an excess in male hormone and may suffer from irregular periods. You may either have very frequent and heavy periods, or you may have infrequent periods. The condition can contribute to other side effects such as Type 2 diabetes and heart disease.  Make Lifestyle Changes After you have been screened and your doctor has determined that you have polycystic ovary syndrome, the next step is to make lifestyle changes that can help bring your condition under control.
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