Blog

The Timing of Your First Period

by | August 15th, 2017
The Timing of Your First Period

The timing of your first period may provide information about future health Most girls start menstruating between the ages of 10 and 15, but some girls may start their period earlier or later. Every girl has her own schedule, but the timing of your first period can tell you and our Austin ObGyns more about

| Gynecology Women Partners in Health | ' Comments Off on The Timing of Your First Period

Fitness for Women’s Health

by | July 18th, 2017
Fitness for Women’s Health

Get moving, ladies! Why our ObGyns care about fitness for women’s health At your annual wellness appointment, in addition to your reproductive health, our Austin ObGyns will discuss fitness for women’s health and the many benefits it offers for you. A program of fitness for women’s health We want you to understand why we say

| Women Partners in Health | ' Comments Off on Fitness for Women’s Health

Time off this summer?

by | June 20th, 2017
Time off this summer?

Teachers, students can use time off this summer for a wellness visit We understand that coming to see our Austin obgyns might not be first on your list when you have time off this summer, but we want you to think about all the reasons it might be the perfect time to give yourself the

| Annual Wellness Gynecology Women Partners in Health | ' Comments Off on Time off this summer?

Prevent UTIs

by | May 16th, 2017
Prevent UTIs

5 surprising ways to prevent UTIs Urinary tract infections, or UTIs, are a common and annoying problem, but there are ways to prevent UTIs. Bacteria cause the infection, usually in the bladder, but UTIs can occur in other parts of the urinary tract, including the ureters, urethra, bladder or kidneys. Our Austin obgyns diagnose and

| Gynecology Women Partners in Health | ' Comments Off on Prevent UTIs

The Uganda Fistula Fund

by | March 21st, 2017

The Uganda Fistula Fund brings hope to thousands of women Like the majority of American women, you have probably never heard of an obstetric fistula; that’s because they have been virtually non-existent in this country since the early 1900s. It is a devastating childbirth complication that leaves women with a hole between the vagina and

| Women Partners in Health | ' Comments Off on The Uganda Fistula Fund