Conditions Women's and Children's Health

Many women experience abnormal bleeding at some point in their life and it can occur at any age. It is a common cause of pain, fatigue, and disruption of daily life. It is important to see your GYN doctor when abnormal bleeding:

  • Is a lot heavier than you’ve experi...

As a girl matures and enters puberty, it's important to have her first gynecology appointment. However, the thought of going to a gynecologist for the first time may make her feel nervous, embarrassed or even frightened if she doesn’t know what to expect. Additionally, she may...

Every year, 7.9 million infants (approximately 6 percent of babies worldwide) are born with serious abnormalities. These can be related to the anatomy (such as clubfoot or cleft lip), chromosomal abnormalities (such as Down syndrome – Trisomy 21) or biochemical/genetic mutatio...

There are two types of birthing options available to a woman: vaginal or Caesarean, also referred to as a “C-section.” The type of birth a woman has is determined by her medical condition and/or pregnancy history.

If a woman has a high-risk pregnancy or her healthcare...

When it comes to contraception, there are many options to choose from and each have their pluses and minuses. While you likely already know about birth control pills and condoms, there are other options you might not know as much about that could be good choices for you.

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