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Notes on Women's Health
Notes on Women's Health

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Uterine Fibroids: Your Questions Answered

This is the second in a series of five blogs about common conditions that can cause abnormal uterine bleeding.

uterine-fibroids-woman-painUterine Fibroids: A common condition

Of every 10 women who come into our practice, seven of them will have uterine fibroids at some point in their lives. Uterine fibroids are that common. But despite their frequency, many women have questions about fibroids, especially when the condition affects quality of life or causes health issues. Here are answers to some of the fibroid questions we’re asked most often at our practice. Read More

Weight Loss After Pregnancy: Staying Healthy as You Get Your Body Back

weight loss after pregnancyIt seems like you only need to go as far as the nearest supermarket checkout line to see photos of celebrity moms flaunting their amazing post-pregnancy figures – a few months or even weeks after giving birth. One week it’s Blake Lively, the next week it’s Mila Kunis, giving the impression that managing weight loss after pregnancy is a cinch.

But while speedy celebrity transformations are certainly impressive, are they healthy? What are the effects of rapid weight loss on the new mother – and, indirectly, the new child?

What are the best ways to manage weight loss after pregnancy? These are questions we hear regularly at our practice … and here are a few answers. Read More

The Zika Virus and Pregnancy: Answers for Women Who Are Expecting

Zika VirusNews headlines in recent weeks have highlighted the dangers and recent spread of the Zika virus, and it seems like the available information changes almost every day. These headlines are alarming, and they’re resulting in lots of questions among our patients. So what do we really know about the Zika virus? And what does the Zika virus mean for pregnant women? Read More

In the News: AAP Recommends LARCs for Sexually Active Adolescents

garOctober 30, 2014 – Earlier this month, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommended that the first-line contraceptive choice for sexually active adolescents is a long-acting reversible contraceptive (LARC). This is a new recommendation for the APP, which is an organization of 62,000 primary care pediatricians, pediatric medical subspecialists and pediatric surgical specialists dedicated to the health, safety and well-being of infants, children, adolescents and young adults. Read More