If you’ve been diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), you may be concerned about your ability to conceive. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is one of the most common causes of infertility in women. Luckily, it’s also a treatable condition. Read on to learn more about PCOS, infertility, and your treatment options after diagnosis. What Is Polycystic […]
There are many variations of abnormal growths that can appear on the uterus and ovaries. An Ovarian cyst and a fibroid can cause similar symptoms, but they are caused by very different health issues. Whether you are suffering from an ovarian cyst or uterine fibroids, it is important to get treatment as soon as possible. […]
The Sexual Pain Advancement & Restoration Care Clinic, or SPARC, is a sexual health clinic designed to help our patients understand and embrace their own sexual health! We know that discussing your sexual health or asking questions about your body can be uncomfortable, embarrassing, or even painful. That’s why we created SPARC. Because, at The […]
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 […]
An OBGYN checklist is the surest way to remember everything you should tell your OBGYN.
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 […]
Knowing the differences between bladder infections vs. UTIs is fundamental to accessing the right bladder or UTI treatment. UTIs and bladder infections share a range of common symptoms because a bladder infection is a subtype of a UTI. However, not every UTI involves the bladder, so it is important to definitively identify which of the […]
Regular visits to a gynecologist are incredibly important to a woman’s reproductive and overall health. When do you start?