Think You Have Endometriosis? 3 Treatment Options To Help You Feel Better

5 December 2019
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If you think you have endometriosis you are likely feeling a lot of pain in your pelvic area. To get treatment you need to make an appointment with your OB/GYN doctor. The doctor can do tests to make sure this is what causing you pain, such as a pelvic exam, ultrasound, and MRI. If it is found that you do have endometriosis, there are many treatment options to help you, three of which are listed below. Read More 

Dealing With Type II Diabetes? How Can You Stave Off Yeast Infections?

9 November 2016
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If you've recently been diagnosed with Type II diabetes after months or even years of struggling with vague symptoms like increased thirst, blood sugar spikes and dips, and even recurrent yeast infections, you may be wondering how to lessen the impact of this chronic disease on your daily life. Fortunately, getting your blood sugar under control through dietary or lifestyle changes, medication, or an insulin pump can go a long way toward controlling the symptoms with which you've become accustomed — however, you may still find yourself battling a higher-than-average number of yeast infections. Read More 

3 Things You Need To Know About Infertility

6 July 2016
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Going through infertility can be challenging for any individual or couple. Many people experience troubles conceiving, which is why it is so important that couples have all the facts when it comes to their chances for infertility. Here are some things you need to know about infertility. 1. Endometriosis Gets Worse With Age It is important to recognize the dangers of endometriosis. When a woman starts to menstruate, she will develop tiny scars on her uterus. Read More 

3 Birth Control Methods For You To Consider

22 April 2016
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Do you dislike your partner using condoms during sexual intercourse but don't want to have any more children too soon? There are actually a few different temporary birth control options to choose from that a gynecologist can prescribe to you. Take a look at the article below for a few prescription birth control methods that might be of an interest so you can stop worrying about pregnancy if condoms are not used. Read More 

Preparing For A Colposcopy: Three Things To Know

24 February 2016
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Women who have abnormal pap smear results may be required to undergo a colposcopy. This procedure is used to gather a tissue sample that is analyzed to determine the root cause of the abnormal pap. If your gynecologist has recommended this procedure, you might be nervous or anxious. Knowing what to expect can help to alleviate your concerns and prepare you for what to expect during the visit. Here are three things you should expect from your colposcopy. Read More