Your bladder is an often overlooked organ with a very important role. Keeping your bladder healthy can prevent various conditions and diseases from forming while maintaining proper function.
Endometriosis is a painful disorder that may worsen with your menstruation period. If you have extreme discomfort and pelvic pain around the time of menstruation and are having difficulty getting pregnant, you may want to consult a doctor to find out if you are suffering from endometriosis.
Fall is here and schedules are getting crazy. Being a woman, we all tend to put our needs on the back burner. Stop, take a deep breath, and schedule your annual wellness exam.
It’s that time of year ... back to school time. If you or your daughter is going off to college, for the first time or for the fourth, it usually means multiple trips to the store and countless checklists. Make sure that list includes a check-up at The Woman’s Clinic.
There is a vaccine available that helps in the fight against cancers caused by HPV, and you should ask about it at your yearly exam.
As a woman, you also need to be aware of urinary tract infections (UTIs), which are much more common during the summer.
Are you abnormal—your periods, that is? Maybe you have been wondering why irregular periods have been happening and if there’s something you can do about it.
There are few things more annoying than a dripping faucet. Whether it drips a little every now and then or a lot, it is annoying. Oh, especially when that leaky faucet is actually your bladder.
Taking care of your body and preventative health care is very important, especially for women and young women are no exception. You may think that because you are young and healthy that you don’t need to see a doctor, but with women’s health that is the perfect place to start.
The headlines on the morning news shows screamed, “Yearly Pelvic Exams May Be Unnecessary?” Unless you stuck around for the story buried somewhere in the second hour, you may be confused by the headline.