If you’re experiencing post-menopausal bleeding, you may be wondering if you should visit your gynecologist. In a word, yes, you should be concerned but not panicked. There is usually no pain with post-menopausal bleeding, but regardless of the color or amount of flow, you should ask to see your gynecologist. It’s normal to have irregular vaginal bleeding in the years leading up to menopause, but if you have bleeding more than a year after your last menstrual period, that is not normal. It could be the result of a simple infection or benign growths, but in rare cases, it could be something more serious. Let’s get more specific about post-menopausal bleeding.Read More »Post-Menopausal Bleeding: Should I Be Concerned?
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The idea of “hormone balancing” has gained popularity on platforms like TikTok and Instagram, but it lacks scientific support. It’s often presented as a self-help… Read More »Balancing Hormones and Cycle Syncing: What To Know
Breast cancer is a concern for many, but there’s so much you can do to lower your risk and prioritize your well-being. Join us in the fight against breast cancer by taking proactive steps to protect your health!Read More »Breast Cancer Awareness: What you can do to reduce your risk of getting breast cancer
You were never one to panic or overreact to things in your life, but then again, you have never been pregnant before. Life has changed, and your “panic meter” may be set differently. Time to find out about cramping during pregnancy: should I be worried?Read More »Cramping During Pregnancy: Should I Be Worried?
Being disappointed time after time while you keep trying to conceive is a frustrating feeling. After trying for over one full year, it is recommended… Read More »Female Fertility Testing: What You Can Expect
Being told you have a high risk pregnancy can cause anxiety, but it’s not as frightening as you may first think. In fact, most patients make it through their pregnancy with little to no negative complications. That does not mean, however, that you ignore your situation and not follow the recommendations of your doctor. What to expect throughout a high risk pregnancy is a lot of extra care and monitoring to be sure you have a healthy baby.Read More »What To Expect Throughout A High Risk Pregnancy
We’ve all been there. We know it’s time for our annual gynecology appointment, but we feel just fine. We have no issues, our period is right on time and seems normal. No complaints, so why take the time to go through another doctor appointment? Let’s explore the serious reasons of how annual well-woman exams help you live better and longer.Read More »How Annual Well-Woman Exams Help You Live Better And Longer
Preeclampsia is a serious condition that may happen after the 20th week of pregnancy or after giving birth. It causes high blood pressure and other issues which can stress your heart and cause problems during and after pregnancy. Keep reading to learn more about preeclampsia warning signs before and after delivery.Read More »Preeclampsia Warning Signs: Before & After Delivery