So you just started seeing a GYN, but what medical tests should you expect to have at what age? Dr. Frederick Rau and Dr. Kelley Sturrock of Gynecology and Obstetrics, a Women's Health CT practice, give you the facts.
It's recommended that most girls have their first visit with a GYN between ages 13 and 15. This type of visit allows you to develop a good relationship with your physician and ask any awkward questions you may have. Most of the time, your first visit won't involve a pelvic exam.
There are so many methods of birth control out there, how do you know which one is right for you and your lifestyle? Two Adolescent GYNs from Women's Health CT discuss your options.
Deciding to have sex for the first time is kind of a big deal. Two Women's Health CT Adolescent GYNs discuss tips for healthy relationships and knowing when the time is right.
Introducing Women's Health CT's Teen GYN video series. "Are My Periods Normal?" will answer basic questions you might have about menstruation.
You may have heard about endometriosis from friends, but what should you do if you think you might have it? Learn about causes, symptoms, and treatments in this video.
Considering a vasectomy as long-term birth control? Dr. Scott Matson of Women’s Health CT explains a no-needle, no-scalpel vasectomy – a simple and short in-office procedure that requires no stitches. He’ll give you some things to think about as you consider this procedure.
In this non-graphic video, Dr. Scott Matson of Vasectomy and Male Infertility Center of Connecticut, a division of Women’s Health CT, helps you understand what a vasectomy is, how it is done, and how to prepare for a vasectomy.
Not sure if what you're experiencing is incontinence? Learn more about this topic, the risk factors, preventive tips and treatment options from Women's Health physician Dr. Jill Peters-Gee.