Identifying Pelvic Pain Syndrome

Pelvic pain syndrome describes pain in the pelvic region below the belly button, lasting at least six months or longer. While it is a physical condition, it can impact your overall quality of life, leading to depression, anxiety, and difficulty sleeping. The cause of pelvic pain syndrome is not always known; it may be caused by underlying […]

What To Expect From Your First Prenatal Care Visit

After finding out you’re going to be a mother, you may be overwhelmed by feelings of excitement and even worry. The first step is to schedule a prenatal visit to establish the baby’s health and begin creating your health care plan. Here’s what you can expect during your first prenatal care visit. When Does the First […]

What Is Endometrial Ablation?

Every woman’s menstrual cycle is unique, from how long their cycle lasts to how heavy their flow is. This can make it difficult to know what is considered “normal.” However, if you experience heavy menstrual bleeding accompanied by fatigue that requires you to limit your daily activities, an endometrial ablation could be the solution. Understanding Menstrual Bleeding […]

How To Tell the Difference Between Hypothyroidism and Menopause

Menopause is a period when you have not had a menstrual cycle for at least 12 months as your reproductive years come to a close. Perimenopause includes the years preceding the end of your monthly cycle, during which periods may become irregular. You may also experience uncomfortable symptoms due to large fluctuations in your hormones. Some […]

Should I Opt For a Certified Nurse-Midwife?

When you are expecting, you have two basic options for delivering your baby. The first is to deliver with an OB/GYN doctor at your side. The second is to deliver with a certified nurse-midwife. There are several reasons why women choose a midwife-assisted birth, but not every pregnancy benefits from a certified nurse-midwife in the same […]

Tips on How to Maintain Proper Nutrition During Pregnancy

The amount of growth that occurs during pregnancy is incredible, and with that growth and development comes the need to prioritize nutrition. With various cravings and heightened hunger, it can be difficult to make healthy choices. So, how can you improve your nutrition during pregnancy? In addition to the advice from your obstetrical provider, the following […]

What Should I Expect From My First Gynecological Exam?

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommends that girls first see a gynecologist between the ages of 13 and 15. While this does not include a pelvic exam, your gynecologist will conduct a standard health exam and discuss your development. Seeing the gynecologist at this age helps patients become comfortable with their doctor and also gives […]

Common Causes of Heavy Menstrual Bleeding

Heavy Menstrual Bleeding

When a woman experiences menstrual bleeding that lasts for more than seven days, it could be a condition known as menorrhagia. This heavy menstrual bleeding can be quite challenging to deal with. However, in some cases, it could indicate an underlying health condition that needs to be addressed. Common Causes of Heavy Menstrual Bleeding There are several […]

All You Need to Know About Urinary Incontinence


According to reports from the Urinary Care Foundation, nearly 25% of all men and women in the United States suffer from urinary incontinence. Although this condition is often viewed as an unavoidable part of aging, it can be difficult for some people to deal with. What Is Urinary Incontinence? Urinary incontinence (UI) is a condition that describes […]

What Does It Mean to Have a High-Risk Pregnancy?

high risk pregnancy

Pregnancy is full of joy, excitement, and at times, anxiety. For expectant parents who find out they have a high-risk pregnancy, the fear can be overwhelming. But with the right high-risk obstetrical care, both parent and baby can be supported through every trimester, labor, and delivery. What a “High-Risk” Pregnancy Really Means Even the healthiest people […]

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