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Is your Doctor a Great Doctor?

When you’re looking for a great doctor, it’s important to make the right choice.  Ask anyone and they’ll tell you, “Having a great doctor is important– make sure you find the right one!”  But how do you know if your

Posted in Business Practices, Resources, Uncategorized, walk-in clinic

Is MonaLisa Touch Safe for Younger Women (20s-40s)?

If you follow our blog posts, you probably know by now that MonaLisa Touch is designed to drastically reduce or eliminate the painful and annoying symptoms of menopause.  Vaginal atrophy symptoms like dryness, burning, itching, painful intercourse, and Read More…

Posted in Bladder, Cancer, Diseases and Conditions, Hormone Therapy, Hormones, Hysterectomy, Menopause, MonaLisa Touch Chico, Symptoms, Treatments

The Importance of a Symptom Journal

A symptom journal can be one of the most important things you bring with you to a doctor’s appointment.  Whether it’s with your gynecologist, podiatrist, chiropractor, or general family doctor, a symptom journal helps you keep track of small details

Posted in Diagnosis, Diseases and Conditions, Examinations, Resources, Symptoms, Teens / Kids / Young Adults

More Clinical Trials Happening on MonaLisa Touch

The Michigan Institute of Women’s Health is currently conducting a clinical trial on the MonaLisa Touch treatment.  A randomized, double-blind placebo controlled study of 34 participants aims to study the effectiveness of MonaLisa Touch on genitourinary Read More…

Posted in Hormone Therapy, Hormones, Menopause, MonaLisa Touch Chico, Procedures, Treatments, Uncategorized

How Long Should I Take Hormone Replacement Therapy?

If you are taking hormone replacement therapy, you may be wondering, “How long do I need to be taking this?”  “Will I be on this the rest of my life?”  “When is a safe time for me to stop taking

Posted in Atherosclerosis, Heart Disease, Hormone Therapy, Hormones, Menopause, Symptoms, Treatments

Why Postmenopausal Women Aren’t Having/Enjoying Sex

Last month Medscape published study results of postmenopausal women who answered questions regarding sexual activity.  Researchers wanted to know what factors affected sexual enjoyment.  A little more than 24,000 women (average age of 64) completed Read More…

Posted in Diagnosis, Diseases and Conditions, Hormone Therapy, Hormones, Menopause, MonaLisa Touch Chico, Painful Intercourse, Resources, Symptoms, Treatments, Uncategorized

Non-hormonal Treatment for Vaginal Atrophy Symptoms

Are you are in your forties, fifties, or sixties and experiencing symptoms related to low estrogen?  Do you have vaginal dryness or burning, painful intercourse, feel like you’re getting a urinary tract infection often (even though you’re not)?  Has Read

Posted in Bladder, Hormones, Incontinence, Interstitial Cystitis, Lichen sclerosus, MonaLisa Touch Chico, Pelvic Floor Muscles, Procedures, Symptoms, Treatments, Urinary Tract Infection

Preparing Your Daughter for College Health Care

This might seem like kind of an odd blog, but I think it could be helpful.  I’d like to take a moment to talk about preparing your daughter for continued OB/GYN care when she is away at college and doesn’t

Posted in Diseases and Conditions, Examinations, Resources, Symptoms, Teens / Kids / Young Adults, Uncategorized

Depression– An Important Topic in Gynecology

One of the first blogs we ever posted (back in 2014) was about depression, and I think it’s important that we revisit this topic often.  When we say depression, we’re not talking a few days of having the blues– we

Posted in Depression, Diseases and Conditions, Hormones, Hysterectomy, Medications and Prescriptions, Painful Intercourse, Symptoms, Thyroid, Treatments, Uncategorized, Vitamins

Vitamin and/or Nutritional Support to Help with Endometriosis Pain

We all know that eating well is essential to good body function.  As a society, we are starting to recognize that the symptoms of some acute or chronic illnesses can be helped with nutritional support.  You can’t help your ancestry

Posted in Endometriosis, Vitamins

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