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January 5, 2019

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July 13, 2018


1. Time for your first pap smear

2. It's time for your first pelvic exam

3. You wont' need a rectal exam, unless you are having symptoms

4. Time for your first Clinical Breast Exam

5. Time to discuss your Reproductive life plan 

6. It is not yet time for your first mammogram

7. Your gyno wants to begin discussions about your m...

April 8, 2018

1. HPV testing can determine if you have a current active HPV virus infection. If you have been vaccinated against HPV in the past 10 years it's very likely you are still protected against getting high grade cervical dysplasia (pre-cancer). It is also fairly likely you are protected against getting an abnormal pap smear.


February 16, 2018

  • The progress of labor depends on the cervix dilating and the baby moving into the pelvis.

  • Excision treatments of the cervix with an electrified loop are called "LEEP procedures. They remove a cone shaped piece of tissue and are used for the diagnosis an treatment of advanced cervical disease.

  • It is possib...

February 10, 2018

New or ongoing relationships, it's a common concern as to how we aren't going to share our infections. Handwashing, masks, and keeping to your own glass are all great health strategies, but STD prevention is just a bit more  complex.

Condoms are good protection. Generally speaking almost anyone can have a quietly latent HP...

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