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The Annoyance of Urinary Incontinence

By Womens Health Medical Group
June 15, 2019

Urinary incontinence usually isn’t a serious condition, but it is a serious pain! No one wants to wonder if they laugh or sneeze that their bladder will leak a little. Urinary incontinence is a common condition in women, especially during and after pregnancy, but it can affect all ages. Here’s some more information and how ... read more


Have Some Questions About Menopause?

By Womens Health Medical Group
May 15, 2019

Menopause. Just the word makes women who aren’t yet to the age get a feeling of dread. Hot flashes. Sleep issues. Moodiness. What’s to come? In this month’s Women’s Health Medical Group blog, let’s address a few of the most common questions about menopause. What is it? Menopause is the life stage for a woman ... read more


Three Areas to Be Mindful of with Your Health

By Womens Health Medical Group
April 15, 2019

Despite the ongoing improvements in health care and longer life expectancies for women, there are still no guarantees. At Women’s Health Medical Group, all we think about is women’s health and we want our patients to be thinking about it too. Sometimes awareness and signs to look for is the best medicine. Toward that end, ... read more


Period 101

By Womens Health Medical Group
March 15, 2019

As women, we’re well versed in our menstrual cycles. When you think that over our lifetime, the average woman will have around 450 periods (ugh!) there isn’t a lot of mystery to our monthly cycle. At Women’s Health Medical Group all we do is women’s health. So let’s see if you know these four facts ... read more


Understanding Your Colposcopy

By Womens Health Medical Group
February 15, 2019

We take pap smears every day at Women’s Health Medical Group. This standard test of any gynecological exam is used as a screening tool for cervical cancer. Sometimes these tests return abnormal results. While this usually signals changes in the growth of cervical cells, they are still usually benign. But they can be a signal ... read more


Keys to a Healthy Pregnancy in 2019

By Womens Health Medical Group
January 15, 2019

At Women’s Health Medical Group, we’re all about women. And for many women, there’s nothing bigger in life than pregnancy and childbirth. We’re with you every step of the way from fertility issues to pregnancy to delivery. Toward that end, here are some tips for a successful pregnancy. Many of them involve planning ahead of ... read more


Do You Know Endometriosis?

By Womens Health Medical Group
December 15, 2018

Endometriosis affects 5 million U.S. women, 200 million women worldwide, but many women have no idea just what it is. Endometriosis isn’t usually dangerous, but it can be quite painful and can lead to infertility. While there is no cure for the disease, we can treat your symptoms at Women’s Health Medical Group. What is ... read more


Fertility Help the Old-Fashioned Way

By Womens Health Medical Group
November 15, 2018

These days, technology has enabled some quite advanced ways of helping a guy and a gal make a baby. In vitro fertilization was one of the first really advanced scientific changes to the field. Much more recently, a woman has the option of freezing younger (expected to be healthier) eggs now in hopes of getting ... read more


What Increases the Chance of Getting Osteoporosis?

By Womens Health Medical Group
October 15, 2018

Osteoporosis is a disease of the bones. People with the disease have bones that are weak and prone to breaking. Your mother or your grandmother may have had osteoporosis to the degree that an inadvertent sneeze could potentially crack a vertebra. Osteoporosis affects all the bones in the body, but breaks are more common in ... read more


Why Do You Need Thyroid Screening?

By Womens Health Medical Group
September 15, 2018

At Women’s Health Medical Group, we test the level and function of your thyroid hormones. These hormones are incredibly important for all kinds of body functions. Here’s why screening is so important. What does the thyroid do? Only two inches in length, the thyroid plays in a big role in our health. It produces a ... read more


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