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What is menopause?

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Menopause is defined as the state of an absence of menstrual periods for 12 months. The menopausal transition starts with varying menstrual cycle length and ends with the final menstrual period. Perimenopause is a term sometimes used and means “the time around menopause.” It is often used to refer to the menopausal transitional period. It […]

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Options At The OBGYN: Warner Robins Gynecologists Recommend ParaGard

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For our patients who are looking for contraception options that allow them to be more spontaneous than when using condoms — and for whom prescription medications like the birth control pill are not medically or personally warranted — we often recommend the ParaGard IUD; Warner Robins women find it’s an excellent way to prevent pregnancy […]

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Menopause Medication: How Your OBGYN Can Help

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Gynecology professionals know there are any number of symptoms related to menopause that require no medical treatment; in fact, often enough menopausal symptoms go away on their own, and many women find they aren’t bothered enough by them to seek medical attention. Fighting the effects of hot flashes by avoiding spicy foods, for example, or […]

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Colposcopy: A Closer Look

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If your most recent Pap test has shown anything but normal results, there’s a chance your OBGYN may recommend a colposcopy exam. And while it’s a specialized gynecology examination procedure that many patients might not be familiar with, it’s fairly straightforward and in and of itself should be no cause for alarm. If you OBGYN […]

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