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Changes You’ll Have During Pregnancy

By Womens Health Medical Group
June 15, 2020

At Women’s Health Medical Group, a big part of our practice is obstetrics and helping our patients manage the period from conception to birth. In other blogs, we covered what to expect during your first trimester, good stuff to eat and not eat, keys to a healthy pregnancy, and other items. But what about how ... read more


Your Skin Merits Attention, too

By Womens Health Medical Group
April 15, 2020

At Women’s Health Medical Group, we’re all about women’s health. From obstetrics to gynecology, from hormone management to osteoporosis, we’re your resource. But we also are concerned about the overall health of our patients, and one area that is often overlooked is the skin. Now that we’re coming into the prime of summer sun here ... read more


Three Areas for Women to Monitor

By Womens Health Medical Group
April 15, 2020

Every day it seems you hear about a new breakthrough in medical research and care. People are living longer and healthier. Of course, that’s not everyone. At Women’s Health Medical Group, we’re all about women’s health and education about that health. Toward that end, here are three areas of concern for women’s health. Heart disease ... read more


Understanding Your Colposcopy

By Womens Health Medical Group
March 15, 2020

January’s blog discussed Pap tests and the instances of abnormal results. These results usually signal changes in the growth of cervical cells, but they are still usually benign. But they can be a signal of future problems that can lead to cancer. For that reason, we may want to perform a follow-up test called a ... read more


Preparing for Pregnancy

By Womens Health Medical Group
February 14, 2020

Most women know they will need to do a good deal of planning once they become pregnant. There will be the regular doctor visits, the attention to diet and other lifestyle choices, getting the future baby’s room ready, setting up for changes at work, and on and on. But what about planning before you get pregnant? ... read more


What Does an Abnormal Pap Test Mean?

By admin
January 15, 2020

At Women’s Health Medical Group, we use Pap tests every day to screen our patients for cervical cancer. It is a standard gynecological procedure that collects a sample of cells from the patient’s cervix. The cells are sent to the lab for testing. This can give us an early heads up if the patient has ... read more


Hot Flashes and You

By admin
December 15, 2019

The instant feeling of heat, as if you just walked out of your air-conditioned office into another Burleson July day — you’re having a hot flash. You picture jumping into Lake Superior in January like some Polar Bear Club Member in Minnesota. You want to crawl into your refrigerator. You’re suddenly envious of those emperor ... read more


The Annoyance that is PMS

By Womens Health Medical Group
November 15, 2019

The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology defines premenstrual syndrome as “The cyclic occurrence of symptoms that are sufficiently severe to interfere with some aspects of life, and that appear to have a consistent and predictable relationship to the menses (menstrual period).” To which you just said, “Duh.” Or if you’re currently dealing with PMS, ... read more


The HPV Vaccine Shouldn’t Be An Optional Thing

By Womens Health Medical Group
October 15, 2019

There’s a lot of mumbo jumbo out there about vaccines. When people start trusting the uneducated opinion of a former Playboy centerfold over the scientists at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, you know we’ve taken a collective step down the road to Crazytown. Fortunately, if you want to send your child to school ... read more


Stopping Unwanted Pregnancies — Birth Control

By Womens Health Medical Group
September 15, 2019

It seems there is a good deal of shouting about whether or not a woman should have the option of having an abortion or not. Many states, such as Alabama and Georgia, have basically outlawed abortions, even in the case of incest. That seems just a little overwrought. Still, the best way to avoid needing ... read more


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