As the year comes to an end, it’s a good idea to start looking ahead to what you can do to improve and protect your health in the future. If you want to start the new year out right, consider [...]
Have you ever had a late or missed period when you are certain you aren’t pregnant? It may cause you a moment of panic, but a late period is often caused by factors that have nothing to do with reproduction. [...]
Vaginal yeast infections are a pretty common condition that a lot of women must deal with. While having a yeast infection is an annoyance and can cause unpleasant symptoms, it is not usually a serious condition that causes lasting complications. [...]
Diabetes is a condition that affects about one in ten Americans. That’s more than 30 million people living with diabetes. It is also fairly common for women who did not have diabetes before they were pregnant to develop diabetes while [...]
Ovulation is a key part of the menstrual cycle and is the process that brings eggs from the ovaries into the uterus so they may be fertilized. If you are trying to conceive or are using natural family planning and [...]
Throughout a woman’s life, her body changes. Age transforms the outside as well as the inside of the body and how it functions. Therefore, as these changes occur, risk levels for certain diseases and conditions fluctuate. In an effort to [...]
Most of us do not want to spend our entire reproductive lives conceiving children. Some of us will try for children at some point, others will choose not to at all. But, if you are having vaginal intercourse, there is [...]
Menopause, or “the change,” is just one of life’s many natural biological processes. It occurs when a woman’s menstrual cycle stops for 12 months. Unfortunately with it can come a variety of symptoms that for someone women can impede normal [...]
Dr. Walda Pinn, BGYN at Green Valley OBGYN discusses Women's Health after having a baby on Fox 8 House Call on WGHP.
Dr. Michelle Horvath at discusses Pap screening with WGHP TV. "Just because the Pap screening isn't every why every year doesn't mean women don’t need to go in for their annual exam every year." See the full post on WGHP.