The Importance of Annual Exams

As we approach the end of the year, we want to take a moment to talk about annual exams, what they are and why they are important. Annual exams include yearly checkups and physicals that allow you and your doctor to check in on your overall health as well as [Read More]

Pass The Chocolate

Premenstrual syndrome, otherwise known as PMS is something that affects nearly everyone who has a period. It’s a combination of symptoms that many experience a week or two before their menstrual cycle. But how does it change as you get older? And how can you get relief from the sometimes [Read More]

Pregnancy After 35 – Does Age Really Matter?

Having a baby after the age of 35 is becoming more popular as women are prioritizing education and relationships and thinking about having children later. It is important to know that pregnancy after the age of 35 can be healthy and normal. The Women’s Care team is here at any stage to help you understand how your [Read More]

Your First Gynecology Appointment: What You Need To Know

It is normal to have some nervousness about your first gynecology appointment. The Women’s Care team is here to provide some information on what to expect and help guide you through the process. How to Prepare The appropriate age for the first gynecology appointment may vary according to a person’s needs; but can range from the early [Read More]

What You Need to Know About Breast Health

At Women’s Care, we take breast health very seriously. One in eight women in the United States will develop breast cancer by the time they turn 75 years old. This staggering statistic is one of the main reasons breast health is important to us. Mammograms, clinical breast exams, and self-breast [Read More]

All You Need to Know About Menstruation. Period.

A menstrual cycle begins when a woman enters puberty. During puberty, your brain signals your body to start producing hormones that prepare your body for a possible pregnancy. Menstruation, or your period, is what occurs at the end of a menstrual cycle unless you become pregnant. A woman’s period usually [Read More]

The Importance of Postpartum Check-Ups

A postpartum checkup is a visit with your physician or midwife after having a baby to ensure you are recovering well from pregnancy and birth. This is an important part of the fourth trimester for long-term health and well-being. A postpartum checkup should happen 3-6 weeks after giving birth and [Read More]

Let’s Talk Menopause

Menopause often sparks questions for women about their health. While most people have heard of menopause, there are actually three stages of menopause. We are here to walk you through what each of these stages entails along with how the team at Women’s Care can help ease the uncertainty and [Read More]

Meet Our New Midwives – A Vital Part of the Team

Women’s Care is excited to welcome two new midwives, Kate & Madison, to our team. As we start the New Year, we are excited to grow and continue serving our community with the expertise and care that gave us our name. Women’s Care is here to support your health, your [Read More]