A Safe Place For Life’s Most Uncomfortable Questions
No matter what’s on your mind, we’re here to listen.
At The Woman’s Clinic, each and every team member is dedicated to creating a compassionate safe space for any and all questions about your reproductive and sexual health.
As trained, experienced, and empathic medical professionals, nothing you can say will shock us, and we will never judge you – no matter what you’re going through.
If you’re nervous about asking us in person, keep reading to get the information you need to speak to our team with confidence (though no confidence is needed, either!).
Our Gynecologists’ Most
Frequently Asked Questions
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?
Don’t see your question here? This is just the tip of the iceberg. Again, nothing you say will be judged!
The SPARC Clinic:
Our Hub for Sexual, Pain Advancement, & Restorative Care
We’re proud to share that we have our own Sexual, Pain Advancement, & Restorative Care Clinic (SPARC) to encourage open and honest communication about your sexual health.
Please don’t hesitate to talk to us if you have intimacy concerns such as:
- A drop in libido
- Pain during sex
- Vaginal pain, generally or during intimate moments
Issues like these should never go untreated – for speedy care, make an appointment with the SPARC Clinic specifically to help get the conversation started as soon as possible.
Ready to finally reduce pain and restore your sexual SPARC?
Have Additional Questions About Gynecological Conditions and Symptoms?
We understand that for some people, it’s uncomfortable – or even painful – to ask questions about their bodies or sex lives. Knowledge is power, and we’re here to help!
Fill out the form to download our infographic detailing the most common conditions and symptoms that women ask about.
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