Women's Health

Menopause
The average age for a woman to enter menopause in the United States is 51. It is a natural process where women stop having periods for at least 12 months. Menopausal symptoms include depression, irritability, sleep problems, hot flashes, painful sex, and quickly gaining weight.
Recurrent Miscarriage
Recurrent miscarriage may be caused by genetic abnormalities, hormonal imbalances that cause conditions like polycystic ovaries and blood clotting disorders. Often no cause is found.
IVF Support
In vitro fertilization helps people that have fertility struggles have a baby. An egg is taken from a woman’s ovaries and fertilized with sperm in a lab. One the egg is fertilized it is an embryo and then returned to the womb of a woman to grow.
Labor Induction

Inducing labor happens for many reasons.  Many times, it is because of a health risk to the mother or the child.  These health risks can be because of an infection, gestational diabetes, a lack of amniotic fluid around the baby, and many other factors. 

Lactation

Lactation is the secretion of milk from the mammary glands, which usually occurs after a woman has a baby, or sometimes during pregnancy.  Once a mother starts lactating, she can breastfeed and pump milk into bottles so others can feed the infant.

Irregular Menses

The hormone’s estrogen and progesterone fluctuating may cause irregular menses or periods.  They are most common in young girls who just started the menstrual process or women that are close to menopause.  A woman can also experience irregular menses because of birth control, stress, thyroid problems, breastfeeding, pregnancy, and exercising too much.  Medical professionals may recommend birth control to regulate hormones.

Morning Sickness
Morning sickness happens to pregnant women when hormones increase in the body. Morning sickness can be nausea, vomiting, or both. Many people experience morning sickness during the first trimester, but it can last throughout the pregnancy.
Post Delivery Recovery
Post delivery recovery varies from woman to woman. The recovery period can depend on age and health as well as if it was a vaginal or cesarean birth. Vaginal bleeding and discharge are healthy even after a C-section and can last up to six weeks. Sore breasts, hemorrhoids, constipation, pain, postpartum depression, and hormonal shifts can all be part of the recovery post-delivery.
ACUTE/CHRONIC PAIN
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NEUROLOGY
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WOMEN'S HEALTH
  • Menopause
  • Recurrent Miscarriage
  • IVF support
  • Labor Induction
  • Lactation
  • Irregular Menses
  • Morning Sickness
  • Post Delivery Recovery