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December 1, 2018

A healthy uterus is one with it's hormones intact...wait, does that statement take you by surprise?! We always refer to the ovary as being an endocrine organ meaning that it produces substances that can affect other organs. In the case of the ovary, there are the two most important hormones (out of dozens) that this organ...

November 23, 2018

At Women's Health Practice we have conducted over 100 clinical research trials in many aspects of women's health. Contraceptive advances and helping women control irregular menstrual cycles is one of our most important issues we have helped study. Women expect effective cycle control as well as effective contraception on...

October 7, 2018

Many physicians prescribe oral contraceptive pills to control heavy periods, but a study, used for the FDA approval for treatment of heavy menstrual bleeding can help us understand just how effective this type of treatment is. the study enrolled patients who had simple heavy periods, it was not a study of patients with cy...

October 2, 2018

The lining of the uterus is lush and carpet-like in most women, however locally thick tissue can out-pouch into a teardrop shaped structure. These growths are called polyps. Generally they are not cancerous, but some experts still think if ignored they can develop into a cancer. Polyps are not healthy for the lining of th...

September 8, 2018

How do you know if your period is normal? The number of days tells you that for one, about 9/10 women will have cycles that last between 24 to 35 days and bleed for about 4-6 days. If you just began to get your period, your cycles should have become regular in the first 5-7 years.Interestingly although we bleed for days,...