Endometriosis is a much more prevalent issue than many people might think. In fact, fewer than 1/3 of women know what endometriosis is, despite it affecting approximately one out of every ten women in the United States.
As women, we face unique health challenges. In order to maintain long-term health, prevention and early detection of medical conditions and diseases is key. Depending on your stage of life, the following exams are recommended.
You may be wondering what’s special about May 8-14? This month, we at Women’s Health Partners encourage women to take the National Women’s Health Week pledge. Continue reading “Take the National Women’s Health Week Pledge”
If you’re scheduling your first gynecology visit and are curious what a gynecologist is, you aren’t alone. Continue reading “What to Know about a Gynecology Exam”
Birth control pills are the most popular form of contraception. Even though they are effective and easy to use, choosing the right one for you can be confusing because there are so many options.
March is Endometriosis Awareness month – a good time to learn more about a disease that affects nearly 176 million women worldwide.
Cervical Cancer is one of the most preventable types of cancer, yet over 12,000 women in the US are diagnosed with it each year.
Even though they’re common, vaginal yeast infections are one of the most misunderstood health problems in women. To avoid the misconceptions associated with vaginal yeast infections, here’s everything you should know. Continue reading “Vaginal Yeast Infections – What You Should Know”
According to breastcancer.org, one in eight women will develop invasive breast cancer over their lifetime.
While some factors that increase your chance of getting breast cancer are out of your control, such as age and family history, there are some things you can do to decrease your chance of developing invasive breast cancer: Continue reading “Breast Cancer Prevention Tips”