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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4 Vaginal Atrophy Services For Postmenopausal Women

Posted on: 17 June 2021

Vaginal atrophy typically occurs after women reach menopause. Because women's bodies produce less estrogen as they age, their vaginas can become dry and inelastic in a condition known as vaginal atrophy. Vaginal atrophy can make sex painful and difficult, but even women who do not regularly engage in sexual intercourse can find the sensation of vaginal atrophy troubling. Fortunately, OB-GYN doctors are trained to help women manage this condition. Here are some vaginal atrophy treatments that can help women overcome the symptoms of vaginal atrophy.
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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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