Irregular Periods

The duration and regularity of a menstrual cycle varies from woman to woman. While most women follow a routine cycle, some women can plan their year by their cycle. They can track their cycle on a calendar and know exactly which day of every month they will start their period. However, there are also many … Read More

Abnormal Bleeding

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Abnormal vaginal bleeding is defined as bleeding that occurs when women are not expected to be on their period, a menstrual flow that is heavier than normal, or when a woman is pregnant or has already gone through menopause. Many women experience some type of abnormal bleeding, and there are many possible causes. Women who … Read More

Bladder Issues

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Bladder issues are a common complaint among women. Whether it is an increased frequency, UTI infections, or urinary incontinence, bladder problems should never be ignored. The body is a dynamic machine that has thousands of working parts, each depending on the others for proper function. Issues with the bladder not only indicate a problem with … Read More

Stress and Your Monthly Cycle

Stress comes in many forms and has many different effects on the entire body. Stress can disrupt your sleep, prevent you from getting sleep, cause you to eat too much or too less, cause your skin to breakout, affect your mood, and it can also disrupt a woman’s menstrual cycle. When the body is under … Read More

Make Your Health Your New Year’s Resolution

As 2017 begins, now is the perfect time to decide that your health will be your New Year’s resolution. Women are more prone to certain conditions and diseases simply because of how their bodies are designed. The female reproduction system alone is highly complicated and intricate, and many different aspects of your health work together … Read More

Breast Self Exam

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Breast cancer is one of the most concerning diseases among women in the United States. A simple tool that can save a woman’s life is a breast self-examination done in the privacy of your own bathroom. Women of all ages are encouraged to perform a self-exam of their breasts at least once a month. This … Read More

Kegels to Avoid Incontinence

The pelvic floor muscles are responsible for bladder control, bowel control, and to help hold the organs in place. When the pelvic floor muscles are weakened, the internal organs are not fully supported and many people have difficulty controlling the release of urine. This is especially true for women who are pregnant or who have … Read More

Abnormal Vaginal Discharge

Vaginal discharge is a common complaint among women, and it is one of the most common reasons why women make an appointment with their gynecologist. From an overabundance of vaginal discharge to a foul smell, vaginitis symptoms cause many women to worry. Yet, when is vaginal discharge considered abnormal or as a cause to worry? … Read More

Internal Ultrasound

While ultrasound imaging is used to create pictures of the inside of the body, it is often necessary to use a transvaginal ultrasound to examine the female reproductive organs. This type of internal ultrasound allows doctors to view the uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, cervix, and vagina in a more detailed manner. A doctor or technician … Read More

Hydrothermal Ablation

Excessive uterine bleeding can put a huge damper on any woman’s life, whether she is on her menstrual cycle or it is experienced at other times during the month. Heavy bleeding can cause physical and emotional strains on a woman’s entire body, and having to deal with it month after month can be downright miserable. … Read More