Category Archives: Obstetrics and Gynecology

Changes During Pregnancy: What’s Normal And What’s Not?

As a newly pregnant woman, you might notice that your body is undergoing a lot of changes that you hadn’t anticipated or you’re not sure if what you’re seeing or … Full Entry »

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The New HPV Vaccine: What Should I Know About It?

What is Human Papillomavirus (HPV)? Who should receive the HPV vaccine? What should I know about it? In today’s blog post, I answer all these questions and more – starting … Full Entry »

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2015 Monthly News Round-Up: Top Stories From March

From our famous conjoined twins making a speedy and positive recovery to our patients playing doctor at our annual Teddy Bear Clinic, we’re excited to share what’s been circulating in … Full Entry »

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Menopause: Does It Ever End?

A new study out of Wake Forest School of Medicine found that hot flashes in menopausal women persist on average for nearly seven and a half years. The research, published … Full Entry »

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Am I At Risk For Starting Menopause Early?

That’s the question women are asking themselves following a new study suggesting a possible link between early menopause and exposure to everyday chemicals. Conducted at the Washington University School of … Full Entry »

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