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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Staying on top of your health includes an annual visit to your doctor. The providers at Women’s Health CT proudly welcome all patients to our practices and are dedicated to providing quality care by devoting ourselves to your reproductive health and well-being. Learn the best approach to selecting an LGBTQ-friendly ObGyn and talking with them about your health.
Food cravings, disrupted sleep, cramps, headaches and muscle soreness are typical signs that your period has arrived, but you don't have to suffer through the week! Self-care is a popular trend that has many positive benefits including managing your physical and mental stress, especially during your period. Here are a few strategies to keep your hormones in check during your menstrual cycle.
Endometriosis is a painful, chronic condition that can impact fertility and requires life-long treatment. We sat down with Dr. Roa Alammari to cover symptoms, pain management and the diagnosis of endometriosis and other conditions such as uterine fibroids, benign ovarian masses. We also review the types of medical treatment, hormone therapies available to patients and how minimally invasive surgery is utilized for 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.
Incontinence issues are much more common than you might think, and affect women of all ages. Incontinence doesn't have to impact your lifestyle. Women's Health CT Urologist Dr. Seema Sheth discusses her unique female centered practice and some of the treatment options available.
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.
Looking to schedule time with one of our physicians? Request an appointment online!
For your convenience, several of our locations offer early morning and evening hours. Search by county here.
In today's world, women have access to technology that can delay pregnancy until they are ready to become a parent. There are many different reasons behind these decisions, but having the opportunity to preserve your eggs have become more prevalent. Take our poll and tell us what you think about fertility preservation.
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