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  • Osteoporosis and Menopause
    Menopause occurs when a woman no longer has her period for a full year. While menopause can occur in a woman’s 40s, these days the average age is 51 for Read more
  • What Is Advanced Maternal Age?
    In the US, more and more women are deciding to have children later in life. Of course, as women wait until their mid-to-late 30s or even 40s to have children Read more
  • What Is Vaginal Agenesis?
    Vaginal agenesis is a rare congenital condition that impacts the development of a baby’s reproductive system. As a result, a baby girl may be born without certain reproductive organs or Read more
  • Could I Have Amenorrhea?
    While everything from stress to overexercising could lead you to skip a period, if you begin missing multiple periods you may be wondering what’s going on. Could you be dealing Read more
  • Choosing the Right Birth Control for You
    Birth control isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach to family planning. What is considered ideal birth control for one woman won’t be the ideal option for another. This is why it’s important Read more
  • Tracking Your Pregnancy Milestones
    It might feel like those nine months are a blur of excitement, rollercoaster emotions, and planning, but each new milestone and development can be exciting for soon-to-be parents. During your Read more
  • Understanding the Postpartum Process
    The postpartum period is defined as the first six weeks after delivery. During this time, new moms are dealing with everything from breastfeeding and changes in sleep to the ups Read more
  • Should I Get Tested for HPV?
    HPV stands for human papillomavirus, a sexually transmitted infection that is found in nearly 79 million Americans at this very moment. About 80 percent of men and women who are Read more
  • Getting Treatment for a Yeast Infection
    Yeast infections are one of life’s unpleasant issues. Most women will experience at least one yeast infection during their lifetime. The discharge, itching, burning, and vaginal rash can leave any Read more
  • Recovering From a Miscarriage
    We understand the turmoil and grief that comes from a miscarriage. It’s important to know that you are not alone. Miscarriages are incredibly common. In fact, about 15-25 percent of Read more
  • What Are Ovarian Cysts?
    If you are a woman, then chances are fairly good that you’ve had an ovarian cyst before. Maybe even several already; however, it’s also just as likely that you didn’t Read more
  • The Benefits of Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy
    The pelvic floor consists of muscles and connective tissue that provide support to the organs of the pelvis. The pelvic floor is important for everything from bladder and bowel control Read more
  • Bleeding During Your Pregnancy
    A Google search will show you thousands upon thousands of women who are wondering whether bleeding is okay during pregnancy. We understand that bleeding can be scary, especially if you Read more
  • Signs and Symptoms of a Bladder Infection
    Having trouble going? It could be due to a bladder infection. You’ve been running back and forth to the bathroom all day and you’ve noticed an increased urgency to pee, even Read more
  • What Is Cervical Ectropion?
    Cervical ectropion, also referred to as cervical erosion, is when the glandular cells found inside the cervical canal are also found outside the cervix. This harmless, benign condition is more Read more
  • Understanding and Treating Your Fibroids
    The NIH reports that 20-25 percent of women of reproductive age have fibroids, benign tumors that develop within the lining of the uterus. Some women have fibroids but don’t even Read more

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