The average age of cervical cancer diagnosis is 50, but it is most often diagnosed in women between the ages of 35-44.
Breast exams- breast pain, order mammograms/ultrasound
Pelvic pain, painful intercourse
Holistic treatment options
Abnormal uterine bleeding
Safe Sex Education
HRT Birth Control, Prescription OCPs, POPs, etc..
Pre-conception evaluation Infertility evaluation/amenorrhea
PCOS- polycystic ovarian syndrome management
Vaginal discharge, vaginal dryness, chronic vaginal infections
STD testing, Treatment and partner Treatment