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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.


3 Tips To Improve Your Feminine Health

18 August 2023
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Your feminine health is very important. You need to take good care of yourself in order to prevent issues with your health. Women especially need to care for themselves, as their reproductive health could be affected if they are not paying close attention to issues with their health, or getting treated for issues that they may be experiencing. If you aren't sure how to take care of your feminine health, read on for tips to help you improve and care for yourself. Read More …

See Your Gynecologist For Diagnosis And Treatment Of A Bartholin’s Cyst

16 March 2023
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If you've noticed a lump around the end of your vagina, see your gynecologist for a diagnosis of whether the bump is painful or not. A common cause for this condition is a Bartholin's cyst. The cyst usually isn't serious unless it becomes infected and painful. The Bartholin's glands create a fluid that lubricates your vagina. If a tube is blocked, fluid backs up and creates a bump or cyst. The treatment depends on your level of pain and infection and whether you have problems with chronic cysts. Read More …

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

30 September 2022
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Normal events such as sexual intercourse, childbirth, and routine medical procedures can introduce harmful bacteria into the genital tract. Pathogenic bacteria present in the vagina or cervix can ascend into the uterus, fallopian tubes, or ovaries, causing infection. The infection may result in inflammation of the upper portion of the genital tract, a condition known as pelvic inflammatory disease (PID.) Sexually Transmitted Infections While many types of bacteria can cause PID, the bacteria that cause gonorrhea and chlamydia cause the majority of PID cases. Read More …

Birth Control Questions To Ask Your Gynecologist

11 May 2022
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Is your annual gynecologist appointment coming up? Do you need to discuss birth control options? Whether this is your first experience with family planning or you just want to change from your current method, take a look at questions to ask your doctor. What Are Your Options? The type of birth control method you choose depends on a few factors. These include your personal preference (or comfort level), your overall health, whether you want to get pregnant sometime in the near future or not, ease of use, and effectiveness. Read More …

How To Know Whether You Need Treatment For Menorrhagia

10 November 2021
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Many women experience heavy periods from time to time. However, a more severe form of menstrual bleeding is referred to as menorrhagia. When you are suffering from this condition, you will be bleeding so heavily that you might struggle to engage in activities because of the bleeding and the cramping. If you are suffering from abnormal bleeding that is on this level, you should speak to an OBGYN. Fortunately, there are options for abnormal bleeding treatment that are available. Read More …