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    • MARCH 11, 2020
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    Gynecology Visits: Myths and Misconceptions

    Gynecology Visits: Myths and Misconceptions

    Like just about everyone else, we love the internet, but at the same time, we are aware that while it contains a wealth of great information, at times it can also contain a wealth of myths and misinformation. And that is certainly true regarding visits to a gynecologist. So, we’ve assembled many of the common

    • MARCH 5, 2020
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    How to Talk to Your Partner About Infertility

    How to Talk to Your Partner About Infertility

    People can tend to put off or avoid having a healthy, open and honest conversation with their partner over the shared issue of fertility – or rather, infertility – fearing that the topic is too loaded, challenging, or just plain difficult. We believe that that attitude – while understandable – is not ideal. Just a

    • FEBRUARY 12, 2020
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    Stress and Infertility: What to Know and What to Do

    Stress and Infertility: What to Know and What to Do

    For couples dealing with infertility difficulties, trying to get pregnant can be especially stressful. Facing things like repeated, but unsuccessful, attempts at IVF, or repeated, but unsuccessful attempts at having a child through natural means, or facing multiple miscarriages – can generate ultra-high levels of stress. This kind of stress is normal and natural, after

    • AUGUST 21, 2019
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    What is Infertility? And what can be done to help achieve pregnancy?

    What is Infertility? And what can be done to help achieve pregnancy?

    Infertility means not getting pregnant after 1 year of actively having unprotected intercourse.  Further testing and evaluation by an OB/GYN physician is recommended after 6 months of trying for couples over 35 years old.   The most common cause of female infertility is a lack of or irregular ovulation.  Age is a major factor in infertility.

    • MAY 7, 2019
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    What is Sterilization and is it Right for me?

    What is Sterilization and is it Right for me?

    Sterilization for both men and women is a safe and effective method to prevent accidental or unplanned pregnancy used by more than 220 million couples worldwide.  In the United States, every year about 600,000 women undergo tubal ligation and 200,000 men have a vasectomy. For women, the tubal ligation procedure generally involves a surgical procedure

    • APRIL 4, 2019
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    Uses of Birth Control Pills Beyond Contraception

    Uses of Birth Control Pills Beyond Contraception

    More than 80% of American women will use Birth Control Pills or other hormonal contraception during their lives.  Many of these women are using this medication for uses beyond preventing pregnancy. The oral contraceptive pill (OCP) can be used to correct menstrual cycle irregularities to help make the period more predictable.  Other common uses and