Women's Health Connecticut is a group of over 250 doctors, midwives, and nurse practitioners dedicated to women's health care through every stage of her life. With over 80 locations throughout Connecticut, it's easy to find a physician that’s perfect for you.
Finding a gynecology and obstetrics physician in CT that’s right for you is as easy as clicking on the Request an Appointment button on this page. We’ll get back to you Monday-Friday within 48 hours of your request to talk about your options and schedule an appointment that is convenient for you. If your appointment request is made on a Saturday or Sunday, please allow us 3-4 business days to get back to you.
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According to the Centers for Disease Control, heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the US. Adopting a healthy diet and lifestyle takes a leading role in reducing key risk factors for cardiovascular conditions such as high cholesterol and high blood pressure. We take a look at five nutritional plans that promote heart-healthy benefits.
In the past 40 years, appropriate screenings for cervical cancer and HPV vaccination practices have made a significant difference in increased disease prevention for women in the US. However, there are still thousands of invasive cervical cancer diagnosis and deaths every year. By taking a few simple steps to stay healthy, preventive care can lead to early detection and treatment.
In the US, 1 in 4 women have experienced severe physical violence in their lifetime. As victim advocates, Women’s Health CT has partnered with the CT Coalition Against Domestic Violence to receive response training for patients experiencing Intimate Partner Violence.
In this Women's Health Connecticut Doc Talk series, we sat down with Dr. Iris Moore of Middlesex Obstetrical & Gynecological Associates to talk about common myths, safe activities and overall approach to prenatal exercise.
In America, nearly half of adults over the age of 20 have been focusing on diet, nutrition and exercise to lose weight. Findings from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey were released by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) with details revealing multiple demographic trends about who is trying to lose weight. We take a closer look at why people are changing their dietary habits and engaging in physical activity to become healthier.
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.
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.
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According to the American Heart Association, heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the US and 9 out of 10 women have at least one risk factor for heart disease. Tell us the choices you make to lead a heart healthy lifestyle! Want to know more? Learn about steps you can take to reduce your risk and symptoms of a heart attack here.
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