Gynecology Office
8305 Walnut Hill Lane, Suite 100
Dallas, TX 75231
Obstetrics Office
8160 Walnut Hill Lane, Suite 209
Dallas, TX 75231


Walnut Hill OBGYN Now Offering the Latest Colposcopy technology

Walnut Hill OBGYN is now offering the latest technology in colposcopy exams. The DYSIS Colposcopy produces high-resolution digital images of the cervix with an adjunctive map that can help detect abnormalities more accurately. How a Colposcopy Works Typically, a colposcopy is performed after your routine pap smear results come back abnormal. A colposcopy examines the … Read

What Can Your Urine Tell You About Your Gynecological Health?

There’s nothing we love more than peeing into a cup. Just kidding – urine testing is never fun or completely comfortable. But your urine is one of the best indicators of your gynecological health out there. And, all things considered, the mild (and mostly psychological) discomfort of a urine test is nothing compared to the … Read

Irregular Periods A Pain? Your Phone Can Help!

There’s no longer a three-week time period on your white pants You know the horror story: there you are, minding your own business, when Mother Nature drops off a surprise present. Now you can stop saying RIP to endless pairs of underwear and cute pants that have been ruined and say hello to your next … Read

Period Syncing: Myth or Medical Mystery?

Because you never go it alone You’ve heard the myth: whether in friend groups, at work, or even in your dorm, your period—and the periods of the females around you—may begin to sync up. Is it any coincidence when Jennifer from two cubicles down has to ask you for a tampon the same day you … Read

Gynecologists Now Treating Men: Pelvic Pain

You read that right—but what’s the deal with your man and the gyno? When you’re in the waiting room, flipping through copies of People and Elle and preparing yourself for the check-up that no woman particularly enjoys, the last thing you’d expect is to see men waiting on either side of you. With a new … Read

Pelvic Organ Prolapse & Pelvic Reconstruction

When things fall out of place, sometimes they just need a little bit of help getting back. Those words can seem scary: pelvic reconstruction? Pelvic organ prolapse? What do they even mean? There’s no reason to panic: while the words may seem scary, it’s just a way of saying that your abdominal muscles were weakened … Read

Stopping the Unnecessary Go: Female Urinary Incontinence

When you have to go, you just have to go. But what happens when you can no longer control the go? It can be embarrassing to lose control when you’re in a public place or on an outing, but it doesn’t need to dictate your life. Instead of letting fear of an uncontrollable body keep … Read

Common STD Symptoms

“Don’t have sex, because you will get pregnant and die!” While Mean Girls wasn’t exactly truthful, there is a little risk when it comes to the no-pants-dance. Don’t be embarrassed: millions of people contract a sexually transmitted disease (STD) each year within the United States. You probably are not the first—nor the last—person to ask … Read

Birth Control Side Effects: When Enough is Enough

Birth control got you down? You don’t want children just yet, but you don’t want to be stuck with cramps and vomiting, either. Enter: birth control. After a long, laborious process of choosing the method that best fits your lifestyle and needs, you’re content to think it’s going to be puppies and kittens from now … Read

Calming the Flow: Treatment for Heavy Periods

If your monthly visitor seems a little outrageous, there’s good news. Channel your inner Twisted Sister and proceed: When Enough is Enough Everyone, at some point, has experienced a truly awful period: whether cramps had you in a constant state of ache or if you were bleeding an unusual amount. But how do you know … Read

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