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Cervical Cancer: What All Women Should Know
Let’s begin by telling all women that cervical cancer or cancer of the cervix is almost the easiest cancer to detect and successfully treat. Unless you live in a desert, a place where there is limited or no healthcare, or you just refuse to go to the doctor, cervical cancer can be caught early, treated, and cured. Cervical cancer: what all women should know. » Read more about: Cervical Cancer: What All Women Should Know »
How Pregnancy Affects The Immune System
We might call it an old wives tale, but scientists used to think a woman’s immune system became weaker when she was pregnant. We have learned that is not exactly the case. Sometimes, it can actually get stronger. With this relatively new news let’s review how we now know pregnancy affects the immune system. » Read more about: How Pregnancy Affects The Immune System »
Am I a Candidate for Myomectomy for Fibroids?
Am I a candidate for myomectomy for fibroids? The answer depends on several factors. If you have symptomatic fibroids, meaning painful periods and heavy bleeding, you could be a candidate for myomectomy. If you want to have children in the future, myomectomy may be the procedure to relieve your fibroid symptoms and still keep your uterus. Keep reading to find out about the types of myomectomy and which might be best for you. » Read more about: Am I a Candidate for Myomectomy for Fibroids? »
Exercising Safely During Pregnancy
Even if you have never exercised regularly before getting pregnant, it is safe to do so now as long as you follow the guidelines set by Associates in Womens Health. The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG) recommends 30 minutes of moderate exercise most days. Exercising safely during pregnancy keeps you healthy and actually provides many other benefits. » Read more about: Exercising Safely During Pregnancy »
Save on Mammograms this October
Purchase a mammogram in October and schedule your screening anytime within the next six months.
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5 Myths About Breast Cancer Symptoms
Many organizations have increased awareness about breast cancer in the last several decades. All this is good, but sometimes old wives tales or myths pop up and they are repeated and spread on the internet. Let’s give you the facts and 5 myths about breast cancer symptoms. » Read more about: 5 Myths About Breast Cancer Symptoms »
Could A Stomach Bulge Be Fibroids?
When are you due? It’s a question asked by many friends and relatives when you are pregnant. However, if you are asked that question, and you are not pregnant, it is embarrassing and disheartening. If you are walking around with a larger than normal stomach, could it be due to fibroids? » Read more about: Could A Stomach Bulge Be Fibroids? »
6 Common Breastfeeding Problems And Solutions
Health professionals all agree that breastfeeding is the healthiest choice for babies and moms. It seems to come so naturally to many new mothers, so why do others find it so difficult? Don’t beat yourself up if you are experiencing trouble. There is help. » Read more about: 6 Common Breastfeeding Problems And Solutions »
What To Expect When Changing Birth Control Methods
Every prescription medication we take has side effects, and some of those side effects can be unpleasant. The same goes for birth control. If you find your current birth control pills are causing troublesome side effects, you can talk to Associates in Womens Health about changing methods. Here’s what to expect when changing birth control methods. » Read more about: What To Expect When Changing Birth Control Methods »
Is My Pelvic Pain Due To A Gynecologic Condition?
Is my pelvic pain due to a gynecologic condition? If you are asking this question, it is time to find answers. When you have the pain and other gynecologic symptoms, it’s always best to talk with a gynecologist like Associates in Womens Health to get answers and discover the cause. » Read more about: Is My Pelvic Pain Due To A Gynecologic Condition? »