The Woman’s Clinic, P.A. is accepting patients for all types of appointments, including Mammography. With confirmed COVID-19 cases in Arkansas, we will still continue to take the precautionary measures necessary to keep our patients and their families safe. We hope that these actions will provide comfort to our patients, whose health and well being are […]
Have you ever wondered, “What does a gynecologist do that my primary physician can’t?” Many primary care physicians offer gynecological exams as a part of your annual checkup. OBGYNs, on the other hand, specialize in the treatment of female reproductive organs and have four additional years of residency and certification. They often have advanced subspecialty […]
You wake up in the morning and before you even get out of bed, you know that you’ve started your period. The main clue is the cramping in your lower abdomen and/or lower back. Approximately, 80% of all women will experience some period pain in their lifetime. Around 11% of women experience period pain on […]
Planning to get a hysterectomy? Let us tell you about the different types of procedures and their side effects.
“What am I going to have and how soon can I find out?” This is a question many mothers begin to wonder about as soon as they see their positive at-home pregnancy test. Numerous old wives tales’ exist to help predict a baby’s gender and while these tales’ are fun to play into, advances in […]
Urinary incontinence is common, with many women affected.
Human papillomavirus, or HPV, is a common virus that can lead to six types of cancer in both men and women later in life. HPV infections are so common that nearly every woman and man in the country will get HPV at some point in their lives. Nearly 80 million people in the United States […]
An OBGYN checklist is the surest way to remember everything you should tell your OBGYN.
If you’re wondering, how often should I get a mammogram, then look no further. We have all the information you need.
There are as many types of birth control as there are reasons for using it. Whether you’re trying to regulate your menstrual cycle, fight acne, correct hormonal imbalances, or prevent pregnancy, there is a birth control option that will work for you. You should always talk to your gynecologist about what you want from your […]
Painful periods? Heavy bleeding? It could be endometriosis. Learn more about how to know if you have endometriosis and what treatments are available for you.