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The Role of Birth Control in Managing Ovarian Cysts

June 15, 2024

If you’ve been diagnosed with ovarian cysts, you might feel worried and unsure about what to do next. Managing ovarian cysts can often feel overwhelming, but understanding your options is the first step toward relief. One effective method is using birth control. Find out more about the benefits of using birth control to manage symptoms of ovarian […]

Healthy Pregnancy Diet: Nutrition Tips for Mom and Baby

May 15, 2024

If you want to have a healthy pregnancy, you should know that the food you eat plays a critical role in nurturing both you and your developing baby. It’s not just about eating for two or satisfying cravings; it’s about nourishing two.  Embracing the right pregnancy nutrition during these transformative months does wonders. It fuels your […]

What Is the O-Shot and How Does It Work?

April 15, 2024

Studies show that up to half of women everywhere are unsatisfied with their ability to reach orgasm consistently and that 10-15% have never achieved orgasm at all. The O-Shot® is an innovative nonsurgical treatment that may be able to help. We’ll break down what the O-Shot is and how it works. The Platelet-Rich Plasma Premise The O-shot is a […]

Does Physical Activity Make Incontinence Worse?

March 15, 2024

Being physically active is a well-known beneficial health strategy. But it’s not clear how it might impact your experience with incontinence. What Is Stress Urinary Incontinence? There are a few different forms of urinary incontinence or loss of bladder control. Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) happens when you put physical pressure on your bladder and unintentionally release […]

Benefits of BioTE® Hormone Replacement for Surgical Menopause

February 15, 2024

Studies show that 600,000 women in the United States have hysterectomies each year, often as a treatment for conditions like endometriosis or uterine fibroids. If you had your ovaries removed during your surgery, you may now be dealing with the effects of surgical menopause. The good news is that Northwest Women’s Center is here to help with […]

Why You Should Be Concerned About Endometriosis

January 15, 2024

When tissue that is similar to the tissue in your uterus grows outside of it, causing several pain symptoms, you may have a condition called endometriosis. Endometriosis often affects your fallopian tubes, ovaries, and the pelvis lining. It can cause cysts in the ovaries, irritation from scar tissue, and adhesions. The exact cause of endometriosis is […]

IUD vs. Birth Control Pills: Which Contraceptive Method Is Right For You?

December 15, 2023

When it comes to choosing the right birth control method, you have options. At Northwest Women’s Center, we are proud to be able to offer both intrauterine devices (IUD) and birth control medication. While both methods are effective, their differences can influence which one is right for you. Read on to learn more about IUDs and birth […]

How Often Should You Be Tested for STDs?

November 15, 2023

Proper sexual health requires frequent and consistent testing for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). STDs primarily spread through sexual contact, though some may spread from mother to baby through childbirth and may also spread through medical procedures such as blood transfusions. Though many are treatable, STDs can still pose grave health risks, and testing is the only way […]

What Your Vaginal Discharge Could Be Trying To Tell You

October 15, 2023

Vaginal discharge can be a natural process caused by the normal bacteria within the vagina and the vaginal cells. It can help keep the vagina clean and even protect against infections. However, there are some instances when the vaginal discharge changes from a typically clear or white, odorless fluid to discharge varying in color, odor, and consistency. […]

Common Reasons for Your Stomach Pain

September 15, 2023

The cause of stomach pain can be difficult to determine. It could be anything from something you ate to a sexually transmitted disease (STD). Visiting the doctor can help determine your pain’s cause and address it. In the meantime, however, take a look at two common reasons your stomach may be hurting and what to do […]

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