The Woman’s Clinic
A Safe Place for All Your Uncomfortable Questions
The Woman’s Clinic is a Safe Place
The Woman’s Clinic is dedicated to creating a compassionate safe space for any and all questions about your reproductive system and sexual health. We are trained, experienced medical professionals—you cannot shock us and we will not judge you, no matter what your issue is.
Nervous About Asking In Person?
We understand that it’s uncomfortable—even painful—for some people to ask questions about their bodies or sex lives. That’s why we’ve written this guide as a reference to help you get started.
In this article, we cover explanations and answers to some of our gynecologists’ most frequently asked questions, such as:
Why is sex painful for me?
Why am I losing control over my bladder?
Do I have an STD?
What kind of birth control is right for me?
I have abnormal bleeding – what do I do?
How often should I get a mammogram?
Do I have endometriosis?
What are fibroids?
Got Questions about Gynecological Conditions and Symptoms?
We understand that it’s uncomfortable, even painful, for some people to ask questions about their bodies or sex lives. But we can help!
Fill out the form to download our infographic detailing the most common conditions and symptoms that women ask about.
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The SPARC Clinic
The Woman’s Clinic opened the Sexual, Pain Advancement, & Restorative Care Clinic (SPARC) to help encourage open and honest communication about your sexual health. If you have intimacy concerns such as a drop in libido, pain during sex, or vaginal pain, please don’t hesitate to talk to us.
You can make an appointment with the SPARC clinic specifically, so we know what questions to ask to help get the conversation started. We can help you reduce pain and restore your sexual SPARC!
Now Taking Appointments
Our gynecologists are here to answer all of your questions about your reproductive system and sexual health! Make an appointment today and start your journey towards healing and sexual health.
Remember, none of this information should be used as a diagnostic tool or medical advice. We published it with the sole purpose of providing some basic, ground-level information in the hopes that it will make you feel more comfortable about talking to your gynecologist.