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FAQ With Our Doctors: Part 2 [VIDEO]

Transcript Dr. Brian Burton: “I’m Dr. Brian Burton I’m a OBGYN here at the Woman’s Clinic and I’ve been here since 2010.” Dr. Jill Jennings: “My name is Jill Jennings and I’m an OBGYN here at the Woman’s Clinic, I started here in 2012.” Dr. Michael Cope: “My name is Dr. Michael Cope. We have a great bunch of physicians and nurses, and staff, with a fantastic attitude.” At what age should I start trying to have a family?  Dr. Michael Cope: “A lot of people ask about age and pregnancy, and when is the best time to get pregnant, and really that is a difficult question to answer. The age of when you get pregnant, is really, or should be most importantly when the age is right for you. No one should be under the pressure to have a baby by a certain age if it’s not the right… Read More

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FAQ With Our Doctors: Part 1 [VIDEO]

Transcript Dr. Brian Burton: “I’m Dr. Brian Burton I’m a OBGYN here at the Woman’s Clinic and I’ve been here since 2010.” Dr. Jill Jennings: “My name is Jill Jennings and I’m an OBGYN here at the Woman’s Clinic, I started here in 2012.” Dr. Michael Cope: “My name is Dr. Michael Cope. We have a great bunch of physicians and nurses, and staff, with a fantastic attitude.” How do I prepare for an appointment with my gynecologist? Dr. Michael Cope: “Before you come to the gynecologist, the very best thing you can do to prepare for the visit is to know your medical history as best as you can. It’s so important that we know all of the things about you, about your past medical history, your past surgeries, your allergies, your medications that you take. In order for us to take the best care of you we need… Read More

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6 Facts about Pelvic Inflammatory Disease You Should Know

Knowledge is power; be aware of symptoms of pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) and what you need to do if you have PID. PID is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) of a woman’s reproductive organs. It occurs when bacteria are transmitted through sexual intercourse, spreading from the vagina to the uterus, and possibly into the fallopian tubes and ovaries.

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Health Screenings Every Woman Must Have in Her Lifetime: Part Two

Having the recommended screenings through the course of your life can help you to remain healthy and worry-free. As a woman, your health depends on a number of factors: healthy eating habits, regular exercise, and managing stress, among others. You should also have routine health screenings for women, so any potential health problems can be identified early. Health screenings make managing your health easier, simpler, and safer.

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