It is important to prioritize your wellness. Thus, one of the best ways for women to maintain their health is by regularly visiting a gynecologist. Gynecologists are experts in reproductive and sexual health. They provide effective services ranging from conducting cancer screenings, pap smear tests, pelvic exams, and treating vaginal infections. If you have a reproductive health condition that needs monitoring or treatment, you should consider urgently making an appointment with your gynecologist.
4 May 2022
Do you suspect that you might be pregnant? Perhaps you have several symptoms or just might not be feeling like your "normal self." In early pregnancy, fatigue, aversion to certain food and odors, mood swings, sore breasts, and frequent urination are common symptoms. However, the most alarming sign that most people notice is a missed period. As alarming as it may be, many people may continue to be in denial about being pregnant.
10 November 2021
For many people, uterine bleeding comes at random. Some people do not have normal periods, or they think they are always on their period. Sometimes bleeding becomes too unpredictable, sometimes even too heavy, and can cause a lot of suffering. If you bleed when it is not your period, you might be experiencing abnormal bleeding that requires treatment. Here's what you need to know about abnormal bleeding treatments. What Are the Symptoms of Abnormal Bleeding?
12 May 2021
Perimenopause is the beginning of menopause. It usually occurs in women in their early to late 40s. If you are nearing this age or you are already there, you may be wondering if you are beginning to start this change in your life. You can go to your OBGYN to be tested by your gynecologist to see where your hormones are at in this stage of your life. There are also signs you can watch out for that you may be exhibiting.
7 December 2020
When you're pregnant, be prepared for significant changes in your body. Though most of these are normal changes caused by your shifting hormones and growing stomach, there are some changes that warrant a call to your OBGYN. If you suddenly experience significant itchiness, especially on your hands and feet, this may be a sign of cholestasis. What Is Cholestasis? Cholestasis is a condition that prevents the normal flow of bile from the liver.
14 February 2017
If you've just found out you're pregnant, you're probably already thinking about the big day when your baby will be born. You may be concerned about the possibility of having a C-section. While C-sections are fairly common, they are reserved for times when a normal delivery may cause harm to you or your baby. Here are some possible complications of pregnancy that might cause your obstetrician to recommend a C-section delivery.
9 January 2017
Taking the time to do things for your health is important. One effective way for women to combat the possibility of getting breast cancer is by getting a mammogram. The benefits of you having this testing done include detecting any signs of cancerous cells at the earliest stages to enable you to get the life-saving treatment that is necessary. The good news is that a mammogram isn't painful, but knowing tips to prepare you for this process in advance can be helpful.
4 August 2016
Menopause by itself can be a rather odd and (at times) frustrating condition, but when you have polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), it can be a little more tricky to figure out exactly what effects your PCOS will have on this time in your life. So what do you have to look forward to as you're approaching menopause? If you have PCOS and are wondering what effects it will have on you when you reach menopause, then here's what you need to know.
4 July 2016
Once your first trimester ends, it may feel like the worst part of pregnancy is over. Morning sickness lightens up, your hormones begin to balance out, and so on. Unfortunately, your back may begin aching during your late second trimester and third trimester. As your baby continues to thrive, pressure on your lower back increases. Like many pregnant mamas, you may want to avoid medication and chemical treatments for this discomfort.
27 June 2016
Most women can take birth control without incident. However, some women experience spotting, which is normal, or non-stop bleeding, which is not normal, while on birth control. In some cases, the bleeding can get quite bad and resemble a full-fledged menstrual cycle that never stops. If you're experiencing bleeding while taking birth control, your doctor may need to make some adjustments or they may simply want to wait it out to see if things change, depending on the underlying cause of your bleeding.
23 June 2016