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How to Treat Ovarian Cysts

Do you deal with ovarian cysts often? Wondering if this is the cause of your abdominal pain? All women will experience abdominal pain at some point during their lifetime. Most of Read More

The Importance of Pap Smears

Regular pap smears, or pap tests, are an important part of women's preventive health care. A pap smear is a way to check for cancer of the cervix, the opening to a woman's womb. Read More

Pregnancy Milestones to Look Forward To

Congratulations! You just found out you are going to have a baby. Now what? First and foremost, it is important that you and your unborn child get the proper care Read More

Treating Your Menopause Symptoms

Usually around the time that women reach their late 40s or early 50s, they may notice changes occurring in their body. This is because the reproductive hormones, estrogen and progesterone, Read More

Why STI Screenings are Important

If you are sexually active, getting regular STI screenings is a crucial and proactive practice to adopt for both your health and the health of your future partners. It’s important Read More

What Happens at a Prenatal Visit?

Whether you think you might be pregnant or you already took a home pregnancy test that came back positive, it’s important that you schedule an appointment with your OBGYN as Read More

Managing Your Menopause Symptoms

Getting older means overcoming many different obstacles as your life and your body change. But you must deal with one that is uniquely female: menopause and the symptoms that come Read More

Pregnancy Care

Are you pregnant or planning to become pregnant soon? Regular visits to your obstetrician can help you and your baby stay healthy throughout your pregnancy. Dr. J. Gabriel Guajardo offers Read More

Common Aspects of Postpartum Care

OBGYNS recommend that women come in for a postpartum visit approximately 6 weeks after giving birth. Unfortunately, medical reports state that the percentage of women that actually go to these Read More

How to Treat Urinary Incontinence

There are many ways to get bladder incontinence under control. Dealing with a loss of bladder control, or urinary incontinence can be embarrassing. Being concerned that you might not be able to make Read More

Should I Have a Mammogram?

With breast cancer being the most commonly diagnosed cancer in American women it’s now more important than ever to educate women on the importance of getting regular mammograms. While most Read More

What is Hyperemesis Gravidarum?

It’s normal for a lot of pregnant women to experience morning sickness, particularly during the early months of pregnancy. Of course, there are some women who deal with such severe Read More

What is Selective Salpingography?

Are you having difficulty getting pregnant? Does your OBGYN believe that a fallopian tube obstruction could be to blame? If so, then chances are good that you’ll have to undergo Read More

Gynecological Procedures

Coming in to see your OBGYN once a year is an important part of every woman’s health. Even if you aren’t experiencing symptoms these examinations could prevent issues from happening Read More

What Should I Do About Unwanted Vaginal Odor?

This might be an embarrassing conversation to start but it’s one that every woman faces at some point during her lifetime. While this might not be a topic you’ll want Read More

Should I Have Sex While on My Period?

While your period may put a damper on some of your activities it doesn’t have to get in the way of everything. OB-GYNs often hear women asking whether it’s okay Read More

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