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How Soon Can a Doctor Detect Pregnancy by Pelvic Exam?

How Soon Can a Doctor Detect Pregnancy by Pelvic Exam?

Wondering "how soon can a doctor detect pregnancy by pelvic exam?" Read on for your guide to pregnancy detection! A missed period is often the first clue that you might be pregnant. Sometimes, symptoms such as headache, fatigue, breast tenderness, or even nausea or...

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IUD Vs Birth Control Pills: Choosing Which One Is For You

IUD Vs Birth Control Pills: Choosing Which One Is For You

IUD vs birth control pills: Both are great options for contraception. But how do you choose? Here’s a simple breakdown. If you are considering IUD vs birth control pills, you are looking for an effective contraceptive that will work for you and fit your lifestyle....

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How to Prepare for a Well Woman Exam

How to Prepare for a Well Woman Exam

What to expect and how to prepare for a well woman exam: your complete guide.  You might be surprised to learn that the routine annual appointment known as a well woman exam is free, protected healthcare under the Affordable Care Act. That’s because it’s essential...

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What to Know About Women’s Obstetrics & Gynecology

What to Know About Women’s Obstetrics & Gynecology

Women's obstetrics & gynecology: what does it mean and who is it for? You want a comprehensive understanding of women’s obstetrics and gynecology. Here we break down these terms and show that there is a whole lot to women’s healthcare worth knowing about.  Your...

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Comprehensive Gynecology is Key to Your Long-Term Health

Comprehensive Gynecology is Key to Your Long-Term Health

Seeing a doctor specializing in comprehensive gynecology makes so much sense. Think about it: you can return to your provider over and over from adolescence to menopause, for a wide range of services relating to your gynecologic health. And the trust you build over...

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When to Get Tested for STDs

When to Get Tested for STDs

What you need to know about when to get tested for STDs Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are caused by infections that are passed from one person to another during sexual contact. If you test positive for an STD, you can start getting treated right away, and take...

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Low Risk Pregnancy: What it Means and What to Expect

Low Risk Pregnancy: What it Means and What to Expect

What You Should Know about Low Risk Pregnancy and How to Help Reduce Risk in Your Pregnancy The majority of pregnancies are considered to be low risk. But you may be wondering just what it means to have a low risk pregnancy, or how to reduce your risk of developing...

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