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We provide preventative, diagnostic and specialized gynecologic services for women.


Providing a comfortable environment.

When you enter our practice, our hope is that you will feel comfortable enough to ask our staff any questions you may have regarding your health.

With decades of experience, our staff strive to create a caring environment for patients. Beyond reproductive health care, we always do our best to help with our patients’ overall health.

Whether you are coming in for your annual check up or because there are areas of concern, we plan to be there for you every step of the way.

Our Gynecologic Services

  • Well Woman Exam
  • Contraception options
  • Sexually Transmitted Infections
  • Hormonal Management
  • Menstrual issues such as pain, bleeding or infrequent menses
  • Iron Deficiency Anemia due to heavy menses
  • Breast health
  • Ectopic Pregnancy with knowledge of immediate medical treatment
  • Infertility Evaluation & Assisted Fertility Treatment
  • Egg preservation counseling
  • Fibroids and uterine dysfunction
  • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
  • Ovarian Cysts
  • Premenstrual Tension (PMS)
  • Abnormal Pap Smear management (Colposcopy, Cryotherapy)
  • Hysteroscopic out-patient surgeries (Endometrial Ablation) for heavy menses
  • Minimally-invasive, same-day surgeries (Laparoscopic) for Hysterectomies, Ovarian Cysts, Benign and Cancerous surgeries
  • Medical & Surgical Management of Endometriosis
  • Pelvic pain
  • Pelvic Floor Dysfunction such as urinary incontinence
  • Urinary Tract Infections (UTI)
  • Hereditary Cancer Risk Evaluation and Treatment
  • Bone Density Issues

When do I start my pap smear?

Age 21. However if you have been sexually active you need to have an exam to check for infections.

What should I do if I forgot to take a pill?

In general, you can "make up" the pill you missed the next day along with the pill you are supposed to take. However if you missed 2 days in a row, you will need to take extra pills for 2 days in a row. But your period may start. If you miss more than 2 days, take extra precautions because you may be at risk for pregnancy.

I skip periods. Do I need to be checked?

Yes. You may have a hormonal imbalance that can be diagnosed and properly treated.

Are there any vitamins or supplements I should take?

Yes. In general, our diets are not adequate enough to provide prevention against common issues such as anemia (from bleeding each month even if a woman is on the pill) which affect 50% of women in the world. This can be prevented easily by taking Prenatal Vitamins from age 13 (when menses start) to age 55(menopause is over). There are several brands but taking a Gluten Free and easily available ones are the best.

I have very heavy bleeding. Should I be concerned?

Yes. Some girls and women need blood transfusions from bleeding too much and too fast. Properly diagnosed and treatment is the key.

I have moodiness and personality changes before my periods. Is there something I can do?

Yes. You may be suffering from Premenstrual Tension Syndrome or "PMS" and it is common. There are available treatments to improve it.

How often should I get my pap smears?

We recommend pap smears start at age 21 unless there are special circumstances. It can be repeated every 2 to 3 years if normal. However, the annual examination is strongly urged.