Treatment of Prolapse
There are several surgical procedures that can correct support issues with pelvic prolapse. These procedures vary based on the type of pelvic prolapse and should be discussed further with your physician.
I completed an at-home pregnancy test and it reads positive. What is my next step?
There are several steps we recommend to take if you think you’re pregnant. Our offices generally cannot confirm pregnancy, but we recommend scheduling an appointment with an OB educator. We do not schedule labs either–those will be done at their OB education appointment as well.
What is Vaginitis?
There are a few different forms of Vaginitis, but the condition is experienced in the same way regardless of cause. The vagina is inflamed and can result in discharge, itching, and pain. Talk with your doctor about your symptoms.
What are fibroids?
Often referred to as uterine fibroids, these non-cancerous growths can develop on the inside and outside of a women’s uterus. They develop from normal uterus muscle cells that grow abnormally to form benign tumors. At present, no one really understands what causes fibroids to grow, but their growth is linked to estrogen. A woman can develop fibroids after puberty has passed, but fibroids generally affect more women after the age of 30. Fibroids begin to shrink after menopause as the estrogen levels fall.
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