Pregnancy After Childbirth? Why You Should Schedule An Obstetrics Practice Visit Right Away
9 September 2022
Do you need postpartum birth control? You recently had a baby—and aren't ready to immediately add to your family again. If you want to prevent a second pregnancy, take a look at why you need to schedule an obstetrics practice visit and how to talk to your doctor about birth control options.
Do You Need Birth Control in the Postpartum Period?
Can you get pregnant almost immediately after giving birth? This question isn't always easy to answer.
Treatment Of Abnormal Bleeding And Your Surgical Options
22 March 2022
Does your menstrual cycle seem like it's really off? Abnormal uterine bleeding affects 10 to 30 percent of pre-menopausal women, according to a research review published in the journal of the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP). If you're experiencing this common issue, take a look at what you need to know about the treatment of abnormal bleeding and the surgical options.
What is Abnormal Bleeding?
Before you start treatment, you need to confirm that you have abnormal bleeding—and not just a slightly shorter menstrual cycle or longer (but normal) period.
4 Obstetric Services For Women
8 October 2021
The field of obstetrics relates to pregnancy and childbirth. Obstetric care may help women have healthy pregnancies and positive birthing experiences. Here are some of the services that obstetricians can provide to women who are pregnant and those who have recently given birth:
1. Prenatal Care
Women need to see their doctors regularly while they are pregnant. Obstetricians provide the prenatal care women need to ensure they have healthy pregnancies that progress as planned.
Seeing The Gynecologist About Genital Lesions
6 April 2021
Finding a lesion on your genitals can be a bit alarming. Whether it's a lump, a bump, a sore, or a spot, you're going to wonder about its origins, what it means, and what you need to do about it. Not every genital lesion warrants a visit to the gynecologist, but many do. Keep reading to learn a little more about when genital lesions need care and what care your doctor may provide.