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Minimally Invasive GYN Surgeries

Coliseum Health System | HealthBreak Program 30 “Minimally Invasive GYN Surgeries” with GYN Robotic Surgeon Bola Sogade, MD, FACOG

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Abnormal Bleeding Around the Time of Menopause

One of the most common conditions that affect women all over the world  is abnormal bleeding that occurs as women approach the end of their reproductive years. Such bleeding impacts daily activities and the quality of life. Exclusions of pregnancy and malignancy as sources for abnormal bleeding in this age group must also be considered. […]

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Urinary Tract Infections Are Among the Most Common Bacterial Infections Reported in the US

By the age of 32, more than 50 out of every 100 woman report having had at least one urinary tract infection (UTI), with a lifetime occurrence of up to 70 out of every 100 woman; up to 25 out of every 100 of these woman will experience a recurrence. This condition results in tremendous cost to the healthcare system […]

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Teen Sex: Why Talking With Your OBGYN Might Be The Best Choice

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For many teenagers, talking about teen sex with their parents simply isn’t an option; whether it’s out of fear of reprisal, some degree of shame, or just a desire to maintain privacy, many choose talking with their OBGYN instead — and that’s a good thing. Your doctor has a few things going for her; for […]

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OBGYN Offers Truth And Myth on Cranberries and UTIs

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If you’re a frequent (or infrequent) sufferer of urinary tract infections, or UTIs, you may have heard from a friend or family member that you should drink more cranberry juice. As OBGYN professionals, obviously we’ve heard this one a lot, too — and there’s a certain amount of evidence that suggests cranberries can help. It’s […]

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Myths About Birth Control And Pregnancy

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As the options and availability of birth control has increased, surprisingly several age-old myths and misconceptions continue to be pervasive — in particular among younger women who might not be getting all their facts straight. We’d like to dispel a few of the most common here today, specifically a few “old wives’ tales” that never […]

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OBGYN May Recommend Iodide Supplement For Pregnant Women

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A new policy statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics is recommending pregnant women — and even those who are of child-bearing age and may become pregnant — place additional focus on whether they are getting enough iodide in their diet; OBGYN recommendations may soon include supplements for women during pregnancies. The reason is that […]

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Access To Birth Control Help Teen Pregnancy Drop To Historically Low Levels

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There’s no more effective way to reduce the occurrence of unwanted teen pregnancy than information about and access to effective birth control methods. Don’t take our word for it; a study released just this month by non-profit reproductive health group the Guttmacher Institute shows that teen pregnancy rates are at their lowest point in three […]

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Ask the OBGYN: How Can I Handle Morning Sickness?

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Imagining yourself with nausea and vomiting may not have been your first thought upon becoming pregnant, but for roughly half of all women morning sickness — which truly can happen any time of day — is a reality for the early stages of pregnancy. Whether it’s mild and short-lived or a continuous bout of nausea, […]

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Options For Birth Control Payne Women Should Consider

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When it comes to a woman’s choices for birth control, Walden doctors and clinics all agree there’s a lot more out there than what was available even just a few years ago. There are a variety of methods, but they can be broken down into just a few categories As far as the most common […]

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