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What’s the Difference Between an Obstetrician and Gynecologist?

obstetrician working in the hospital while performing an ultrasound of pregnant belly, monitoring and consulting pregnant patient

The term OB-GYN encompasses two different medical fields, obstetrics, and gynecology, which both focus on women’s health.  What are the differences between gynecologists (GYNs) and obstetricians (OBs)?  ● Obstetricians are involved with care Read More…

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Dr. Davis Book Recommendation: “Better” by Atul Gawande

This week we’re doing something a little different with a book recommendation from Dr. Davis: Everyone has flaws, everyone faces challenges beyond their control but even though we’re only human, many people still strive to get as close as they

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Prostaglandin Balance to Reduce Inflammation and Healing Time

picture of olive oil, salmon, avocado and a bowl of nuts

What do you think of when you think of fat?  Most people think of fat in a negative way because for decades we’ve been told that “fat is bad.”  But what if eating the right types of fat could help

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Urinary Incontinence: What Should You Do If You Think You Have It?

woman with urine urgency in the bathroom

How is urinary incontinence diagnosed? Medical conditions should never be self-diagnosed. If you think you have urinary incontinence, please review the symptoms and then consult a medical professional. Your medical provider will ask you about your medical Read More…

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Bladder Problems: What’s Normal and What’s Not?

The Female Bladder

Many women experience a variety of bladder issues (like frequency, nocturia, urgency or urinary incontinence) but you don’t have to suffer in silence. A lot of women feel self-conscious about their bladder problems, while others believe bladder Read More…

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What are the bladder basics?

The fundamentals of bladder health; holding and emptying urine.  Let’s talk about the fundamentals of bladder health, what it looks like to have a healthy bladder and the common bladder problems that millions of American women face.   Bladder Read

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Endometriosis 101: What is it like to Have Endometriosis?

Part Two: What is it like to Have Endometriosis? Every month as you move through your cycle, endometrial growths (in addition to the normal endometrial cells inside your uterus) swell up with prostaglandin which can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, Read

Posted in Diagnosis, Endometriosis, Fibroids, Heart Disease, Hormone Therapy, Hormones, Hysterectomy, Medications and Prescriptions, Menopause, Overall Women's Health, Pain/Chronic Pain, Painful Intercourse, Periods/Menstruation, Procedures, Resources, Surgery, Symptoms, Treatments

Hysterectomies: the Why, the What & the When

What is a hysterectomy?  A hysterectomy is the surgical removal of the uterus, a muscular reproductive organ of the female body. The operation may be performed via abdominal hysterectomy, laparoscopic hysterectomy or vaginal hysterectomy. A hysterectomy Read More…

Posted in Cancer, Endometriosis, Heavy Bleeding, Hysterectomy, Incontinence, Infertility, Interstitial Cystitis, Menopause, Ovarian Cancer, Overall Women's Health, Pain/Chronic Pain, Pelvic Floor Muscles, Procedures, Resources, Side-Effects, Surgery, Symptoms, Treatments Tagged with: , , ,

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

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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

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