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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.


Two Types Of Vaginal Cysts That Can Form After Childbirth

3 May 2016
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Although childbearing is a very beautiful event, carrying a baby causes a variety of changes to occur in a woman's body, some of which can cause other issues long after the baby has been born. One issue is the development of vaginal cysts, which are small growths filled with fluid, air, or other debris that form on or in the vagina. Here are two types of cysts that can develop after childbirth. Read More …

Learn What To Do If You Think Your Teen Daughter Is Having Sex

2 May 2016
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Feeling as though your daughter may be having sex or contemplating having sex can often be very overwhelming for a parent. It can be hard to know what the right steps to take are and how to handle the situation in the most productive way possible. Use the guide below to know what to do if you think your daughter may be having sex or considering it. Talk to Your Daughter Read More …

How Stress May Be The Cause Of Your Frequent Urination

29 April 2016
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Frequent urination is a problem many women suffer with, and it can be the cause of many things, including stress. If you are under a lot of stress and are finding yourself in the bathroom more than eight times a day, the stress you are experiencing might be the cause of your problem. Here are several things you should know about stress and frequent urination. There are usually other symptoms Read More …

I’m Swollen! 4 Tips To Alleviate Pregnancy Swelling

28 April 2016
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When you're pregnant, your body goes through a lot of changes. If this is your first pregnancy, you might not realize that some of those changes include swollen feet and ankles. Your feet may swell so much that you won't be able to wear your shoes for a while. You should tell your OB doctor as soon as you start experiencing swelling. While some minor swelling is normal, severe swelling may be a sign of a more serious condition, such as preeclampsia. Read More …