Archive for the ‘Birth Control’ Category

Vida Esfandiari MD Explains Birth Control

by | September 12th, 2018
Vida Esfandiari MD helps women understand their birth control options

Vida Esfandiari MD helps women understand their birth control options While working at a federally qualified health center, Vida Esfandiari MD learned that women have many questions and concerns about their birth control options. She says, “I believe that women need to fully understand the risks and benefits of different birth control options. As an

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Bailey Escarzaga, M.D., and Adolescent Gynecology

by | March 13th, 2018
Bailey Escarzaga, M.D., enjoys the educational aspects of adolescent gynecology

Bailey Escarzaga, M.D., enjoys the educational aspects of adolescent gynecology Teens and young women who visit our Austin ObGyns should know that Bailey Escarzaga, M.D., is passionate about adolescent gynecology. She says, “I really enjoy adolescent health. I like to teach young girls about family planning, contraception, sexually transmitted infections and all the things that

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IUDs

by | November 22nd, 2016

5 things you need to know about today’s IUDs Our Austin obgyns want women to know more about a very effective form of birth control—intrauterine devices or IUDs. IUDs are one type of long-acting reversible contraception, or LARC. There are two types of IUDs. The hormonal intrauterine device, which is effective for 3-5 years, depending

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Long-term Birth Control

by | July 19th, 2016

So you’ve birthed your last baby. Let’s talk about keeping it that way with long-term birth control. The physicians at our Austin OBGYN office are here to usher you through the many stages of life in the female body. We see it all—from menstruation to menopause. For many of our patients, pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding

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