Reasons You Need to See Your OBGYN

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Reasons You Need to See Your OBGYN

Many women do not get the health care they need because they are so busy taking care of work, home and family that they put themselves last. Unfortunately, this can end badly for everyone. My name is Emily, and I am an OBGYN specialist. I meet too many women who do not see an OBGYN unless they are pregnant. Any adult woman should get routine care and testing, especially if she is sexually active. I hope this blog will educate you on the need to see your doctor or health care provider and will encourage you to make that appointment today.

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How To Cope With Pregnancy Symptoms: 3 Tips

10 May 2021
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Everyone says how beautiful pregnancy is until you live it for yourself. The nausea, vomiting, sleepless nights, mood swings, and cravings may not be all that they're cracked up to be. However, when you have your beautiful baby in your arms, you may forget about all of those horrible pregnancy symptoms. While going through it though, you may not feel like there is an end in sight and you just want to give birth already. Read More …

The Benefits Of Hormone Replacement Therapy

30 November 2020
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Hormone replacement therapy is commonly used in women who produce less estrogen than before because of things like menopause. Hormone replacement therapy can be given in a few different ways, such as in pill, cream, gel, spray, or ring form. Hormone replacement therapy has a number of benefits. Read on for a few of these benefits to see if this is the right treatment for you. Reduce The Symptoms Of Menopause Read More …

3 Tips For Conceiving With Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

4 December 2017
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Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a common underlying cause of infertility in women. If you have been diagnosed with PCOS or believe you have the condition, it may be time to speak with your gynecologist about ways to increase your chances of conception. Speak With A Nutritionist Since PCOS is often related to insulin resistance, speaking with a nutritionist can help you establish an eating plan that reduces elevated insulin levels and possibly reverses PCOS. Read More …

You’ve Just Been Told You Have Gestational Diabetes. Now What?

14 November 2016
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Somewhere between your 24th and 28th week of pregnancy your obstetrician will send you to have a glucose tolerance test. This is done to make sure that your pancreas is producing enough insulin and that it is being properly used in your blood stream. If you have an excess amount of sugar (glucose) in your blood, it is a condition called gestational diabetes. This does not necessarily mean that you are a diabetic. Read More …

3 Benefits Of Taking Hormone Replacement Therapy

12 May 2016
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If you've just started menopause, you may be aware of what a life-changing time this may be. When your body transitions from a reproductive state to one of not being fertile, this can cause a plethora of symptoms. Some women sail through menopause while others continually struggle to make it through each day. If you're having severe menopausal symptoms, you will want to consider taking hormone replacement therapy (HRT) as a menopause treatment. Read More …