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OB/GYN Articles

Saving Second Base: How to Perform a Breast Exam Yourself

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but what does that really mean? About one in every eight women in the United States will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime, second only to lung cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. In 2009 alone, over 211,731 women were diagnosed with breast cancer, … 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

Months of Awareness: Information on Ovarian and Breast Cancer

Fall’s approaching, and that doesn’t just mean pumpkin spice lattes and unpacking your boots: September is all about gynecological cancer awareness, and October is devoted to saving second base. Instead of letting you figure it all out on your own, we’ve got the skinny on what to look out for: September and Your Uterus September … Read

Announcement from Physicians of Walnut Hill Ob/Gyn Associates

Dr. Jennifer Muller has decided to leave our practice to pursue a part time position to allow her more time with her family.  Her last day will be September 30, 2013. The physicians here at Walnut Hill remain steadfast in their concern that all patient s who are part of our practice maintain continuous medical … Read

Female Physical Exams

You’re going to do what with that? Where? The physical—an awkward occurrence that, unless you were very involved in athletics, you may have been avoiding. There are two different types of physicals, and a variety of reasons why they’re important to your health. Typically, they can either serve as reassurance that you’re in good health, … 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

Treating and Preventing Osteoporosis

You’ve been hearing about it for years, but what is it? Osteoporosis is, simply put, a disease of the bones. Whether because too much bone is lost or not enough made (or both), the bones will become weak and brittle. It is especially common in women and in people over the age of 50, with … Read

Navigating Healthcare for Women: What Does Your Body Need?

Few things are as terrifying as healthcare: while it’s easy to dismiss a runny nose as a cold, a quick trip to the doctor may reveal it to be something more serious. With an infinite amount of diseases, illnesses, and conditions waiting to impact your lifestyle, it’s important that your health takes a front row … Read

Endometriosis: Infertility and Treatment

One of the top three causes of infertility, endometriosis is also the least diagnosed and treated. A condition that affects younger women at an average age of 27, endometriosis is a condition where tissue that normally lines the uterus grows somewhere else in the body. While it can cause extreme pelvic pain during menstruation or … Read

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