Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is a virus that causes cervical cancer or genital warts. HPV can also cause cancers of the anus and oral cavity and throat. HPV is spread by intimate skin to skin
Do you have pain, pressure, urinary frequency, and/or urgency? Are you up several times at night to urinate and have pain with intercourse? Are your urinary symptoms worse with your menstrual
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the American College of Radiology, the American Cancer Society, and the Society of Breast Imaging recommend starting annual mammograms at
April is designated Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Awareness month by the Centers for Disease Control as a way to increase awareness of the prevalence of STD within the community and promote
Has your OB/GYN provider mentioned you might have symptoms of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)? Have you been struggling with infertility? Irregular periods? PCOS just may be the cause.
Every woman, young or older, needs an annual well-woman exam. The exam covers a number of areas and ensures the patient is in good health. Your physician or nurse practitioner reviews your
Choosing the right form of contraception can be confusing. There are many choices offered today, and each option has a varying degree of effectiveness. When choosing a birth control method,
In Understanding Healthcare Insurance - 101, we began our series discussing topics including:
Healthcare insurance can sometimes be confusing. What is a network? What is a plan? Why do I owe money when I have insurance? Why are there so many questions about my healthcare insurance?