Seasons Women's Care Gynecology


Benefits of Massage Therapy to Our Emotional Health

Posted by on Feb 20, 2014 in Massage Therapy | 0 comments

Massage Therapy offers so many benefits and in most circumstances, there’s really no downside. You can get a massage every week, every day or as often as you can afford it. There are a number of benefits beyond simple relaxation. For instance, this is a great way to relieve pain and stiffness. Therapeutic massage has been shown to offer excellent support for good overall wellness. It reduces stress, relieves back and neck pain, increases circulation, and improves your range of motion. Dealing with Daily Stress Massage therapy has increased...

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Top 3 Reasons Why Couples Need Comprehensive Family Planning

Posted by on Feb 15, 2014 in Family Planning, Gynecology | 0 comments

If you’ve been thinking about having a baby, then you should consider family planning. Why? Because very few individuals or couples are ever really ready for this life-altering experience. Regardless of how well you think you may have planned for the baby, most couples agree that becoming a parent for the first time is one of life’s biggest challenges. Suddenly, your time is not your own anymore. You have another living, breathing individual to think about. This small, fragile creature is depending upon you for everything. So what can...

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Understanding Osteoporosis: Definition, Symptoms, and Treatments

Posted by on Jan 27, 2014 in Osteoporosis, Women's Health | 0 comments

Osteoporosis is the most common bone disease in Americans. It occurs when the bones thin and become brittle. This can result in falls, broken bones, fractures and other injuries. There are a number of causes for osteoporosis including: Ageing Low hormone levels Smoking Menopause Low body weight Some medications Symptoms Osteoporosis can be a silent disease that an individual might not know they have until they get a bone fracture.  Common symptoms include loss of height and pain. It rarely affects children. Older females are the most common...

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Nutritional Counseling – Steps to a Healthy Diet

Posted by on Jan 23, 2014 in Nutritional Counseling | 0 comments

Eating healthy is the number one way you can stave off illness and achieve optimal health. The old saying, “garbage in, garbage out” really holds true when it comes to eating.  If you eat a regular diet of junk food, cokes, shakes, hamburgers, and hot dogs, then expect to have health problems at some point. In fact, a diet like this that’s high in fats and carbs but low in fiber and nutrition can lead to diabetes, heart disease, and colon problems to name a few. If you can develop a nutritional diet of foods that you enjoy, then it...

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High-Risk Pregnancy

Posted by on Nov 15, 2013 in High-Risk Pregnancy | 0 comments

A high-risk pregnancy can be very challenging for you and your baby. Before, during, and after delivery, you and your baby may need special care. In order to have the best pregnancy experience, it is essential for you to know how to take care of yourself and your baby. Causes of High Risk Pregnancy High risk pregnancies can occur for a number of reasons including age, medical conditions, smoking cigarettes, alcohol use, and substance abuse. Sometimes an expectant mother will develop conditions during her pregnancy that cause it to become high...

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Endometriosis Evaluation & Treatment

Posted by on Nov 11, 2013 in Endometriosis, Gynecology | 0 comments

Endometriosis affects over 6 million women and girls in the U.S. This painful and chronic condition occurs when the uterus lining (called the endometrium) is found outside the uterus. Endometrium can occur on the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and ligaments and other areas of the uterus. Endometrial growths can also be found on the bowel, bladder, vagina, vulva, and cervix. Less commonly they are found in the lung, arm, thigh, and other locations. Endometrial tissue changes into lesions or growths which react to the menstrual cycle as if they were...

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Seasons Women’s Care Now Offering Counsyl Genetic Screening

Posted by on Nov 8, 2013 in Obstetrics | 0 comments

Seasons Women’s Care is now offering the Counsyl Genetic Screening test, which identifies a number of genetic conditions that women can be carriers of. This is especially important for those who are thinking about getting pregnant soon, as it can identify serious genetic disorders that may harm your baby. The Counsyl Genetic Screening test is offered to women prior to pregnancy and during their first trimester. Doctors across the nation are now recommending this test and Seasons Women’s Care is excited to be able to offer it to you. This...

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Facts about the Colposcopy Procedure

Posted by on Nov 4, 2013 in Colposcopy, Procedures | 0 comments

Colposcopy is a medical procedure that lets your doctor take a closer look at the cervix, the vagina and the vulva. Your doctor may recommend this procedure if your PAP smear came back with abnormal results. By using the colposcope, the doctor can examine the vaginal tissue to detect lesions or abnormalities that might signal cervical cancer or some other problem. This is the main goal of colposcopy. It is used to prevent cervical cancer by identifying precancerous lesions as soon as possible for early treatment. The colposcope is equipped...

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Learning All About Biopsy

Posted by on Oct 31, 2013 in Biopsy, Procedures | 0 comments

When someone hears from their doctor that they will need a biopsy, this can often cause anxiety. Normally your doctor will not schedule a biopsy without due cause. A biopsy is usually performed by a surgeon. This medical test involves taking samples of cells or tissue for closer examination. If some type of disease is detected by a pathologist, then your doctor can recommend the next step in your treatment. There are a number of different types of biopsy, all performed for various reasons, but mostly to detect cancerous cells. The biopsy...

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Infertility Counseling & Evaluation

Posted by on Oct 28, 2013 in Infertility, Obstetrics | 0 comments

Infertility affects thousands of couples each year and has numerous causative factors. Couples often deal with a number of relationship issues within their family. For instance, one party may feel responsible and guilty and be dealing with hopelessness and frustration. Families and friends are also a part of the equation since many have no idea what to say to a couple struggling to get pregnant. They can inadvertently make statements or say negative or hurtful things. For this reason doctors often recommend counseling to couples who are...

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