If you use tampons every month, you likely have heard about TSS. But what exactly is it? How do you know you’re at risk of developing Toxic Shock Syndrome? Our West Kendall OB/GYN team has various recommendations for prevention.
Around 50–60% of women will experience a UTI in their lifetime. That’s a lot of people! Don’t feel embarrassed if you think you may have a urinary tract infection. Here’s some of our tips for receiving urinary tract infection treatment from women’s care specialists in Florida.
When you think of birth control, you probably think of The Pill. Maybe you think of devices and methods you’ve seen from commercials or TV shows. Whatever comes to mind, there are plenty of birth control options available, both hormonal and non-hormonal.
As the interest in natural and organic products continues to rise, many of our patients often ask us about product effectiveness and safety. While women often inquire about natural cramp relief remedies because they are concerned about ingredients and safety, we receive many questions about women’s care and feminine hygiene products. So, let’s discuss the […]
Aging is a natural part of life, but with growing older comes changes to your body. While some of these changes can be positive and fulfilling, other changes can be frustrating to deal with, such as with the signs and symptoms of menopause. Here’s the rundown on menopause from our Miami OB/GYN, Dr. Susan Fox.
Now that it’s finally the new year, you’re probably thinking about all the things on your list you have to check off. This might include doctor’s appointments, tax preparation, and cleaning out closets.
Your gynecologist or OB/GYN should be the person you are as honest as possible with about your female health. It may seem TMI to tell your doctor certain things, but trust us—no amount of information about your body is too much for your OB/GYN in Miami. Help your doctor give you the most accurate diagnoses […]
This year, Thanksgiving falls on November 26—the same date as National Family Health History Day! Many healthcare providers encourage patients to use this day as a way to have important conversations about the history of health in your family, so what better day to do that than Thanksgiving? When you’re sitting down with your family […]