Twins bring double the joy and fun of watching them grow. When you’re pregnant with twins, your prenatal care usually looks a bit different than when you’re expecting one baby. Here’s what you need to know about pregnancy with twins.
If you deliver your baby before 37 weeks, they’re considered premature. One of the biggest risks of premature birth is going into preterm labor. Understand everything you need to know about preterm labor, and what you need to do if you experience it.
One of the most common conditions you can develop that causes a high-risk pregnancy is preeclampsia, which can be dangerous to you and your unborn baby. Discover some of the lesser-known symptoms that might mean you have preeclampsia.
Healthy habits give your growing baby the best start in life. If you’re pregnant or considering conceiving, you’ve likely heard about prenatal vitamins. Discover what you need to know about taking prenatal vitamins before and during pregnancy.
Having endometriosis can mean you experience chronic pain that impacts multiple aspects of your life. Find out if a hysterectomy or another treatment is the best solution to your pain from endometriosis.
During the nine months you’re pregnant, healthy choices aren’t only important for your own health, they’re also essential to your unborn baby’s immediate growth and development. Follow these six tips to stay healthy and thrive during pregnancy.
Menopause can cause a number of unwanted changes to your physical and mental health. Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy can improve your overall health and well-being. Here are the top reasons you should consider BHRT during menopause.
If you’re diagnosed with an STD, you can transmit it to another person by engaging in sexual contact again too quickly. Keep reading to learn when you can have sex again after getting diagnosed with an STD.
Along with preventing pregnancy, progesterone-releasing IUDs have the added benefit of significantly reducing heavy menstrual bleeding and treating some bleeding disorders. Understand how IUDs can treat your heavy menstrual bleeding.
One of the easiest ways to empower yourself to take care of your physical and overall health is by attending your annual exam. Learn four of the most important reasons you should always schedule an annual exam.
Diet and exercise are fantastic weight loss tools, but even a healthy lifestyle won’t allow you to spot-reduce fat from specific areas of your body. Discover how truSculpt iD® is the answer to saying goodbye to stubborn areas of fat for good.
Pain during intercourse might make you embarrassed, leave you unable to have intercourse, or hurt your relationship. Painful intercourse is a common problem with many possible solutions. Find out the options available to relieve painful intercourse.
Your physical symptoms could mean your body is working to tell you about imbalances or problems that can hurt your well-being down the line. Here are five signs you might have a nutrient deficiency and how Metagenics® supplements may resolve the issue.
Do you want to achieve your ideal body shape with minimal time, effort, and without surgery? It might be time to get truSculpt® iD. This year, consider nonsurgical body contouring if any of these reasons apply to you.
The terms STI and STD are often used interchangeably, but did you know they don’t actually have the same meaning? Keep reading to discover the differences between STIs and STDs and the type of care you might need.
Maintaining a healthy weight can be a challenge for any woman, and if you have PCOS, it can feel like a battle that’s never-ending. Learn more about the link between PCOS and weight, and what you can do to reduce the side effects of this condition.
Pelvic-area cysts and tumors, even when benign, can be highly disruptive. The exciting news is, you can have them removed through minimally invasive laparoscopy. Discover how laparoscopy can diagnose and remove your benign cysts and tumors.
As a woman, prioritizing gynecology check-ins keeps your reproductive organs healthy and benefits your overall wellness. Keep reading to learn five of the most important reasons you should see your gynecologist regularly.
By performing regular self-exams and attending breast screenings, you can ensure you take good care of your breasts and catch any issues early. Find out more about the different types of breast exams you can get to support your breast health.
An abnormal pap smear means unusual cells were detected in your cervix, so it’s important to investigate the results further to see what’s causing them. Here’s what you can expect to happen next after your pap smear is abnormal.
If your uterine bleeding is abnormal, you might be experiencing pain and discomfort. Abnormal uterine bleeding can be a sign you have an underlying condition. Discover some of the conditions most commonly associated with a bleeding disorder.
These days, staying healthy and avoiding disease is something that’s on nearly all of our minds. Learn how our healthy, natural Metagenics products can support a healthy lifestyle by giving your immune system the extra support it needs.
Most ovarian cysts go away on their own, but if your ovarian cyst continues to grow, it can cause uncomfortable or even serious symptoms that require medical help. Find out 7 of the most common symptoms of ovarian cysts.
With around 75% of women getting at least one in their lifetime, yeast infections are extremely common and unpleasant to experience. Keep reading to learn the most common causes, prevention, and treatment tips for yeast infections.
Many treatments that used to require a hospital stay can now be done on an outpatient basis. Discover the many benefits of in-office procedures, and what minimally invasive treatments you can get right in the office.
Getting preventive medical care by attending your annual well-woman visit is one of the most important ways you can prioritize your health. Understand why it’s important to get your annual screening exam, and what to expect at the appointment.
After giving birth, you can experience changes to your body, and fat can stubbornly stick to certain areas no matter what you do. Here are the benefits you can experience from getting a nonsurgical mommy makeover to regain your pre-pregnancy shape.
With technological advances, you can now get completely noninvasive fat loss to rid your body of the stubborn pockets of fat that won’t go away. Keep reading to learn more about how the advanced truSculpt® iD system can give you the body shape you desire.
Getting a minimally invasive laparoscopic hysterectomy resolves many gynecological issues and is safe, convenient, effective, and offers many benefits over traditional surgery. Learn what you can expect when you get a robotic hysterectomy.
Getting your monthly period is normal if you’re of childbearing age, but other types of uterine bleeding can indicate you have a bleeding disorder. Discover how to tell if your uterine bleeding needs attention and the treatment options available.
Ovarian cysts are quite common and usually go away on their own. Occasionally, though, they can cause pain and potential health problems. Learn about two different types of ovarian cysts and what to do if your ovarian cyst causes symptoms.
Vulvar itching happens to nearly all women at some point and can occur for a variety of reasons. Whether the cause is routine or more unusual, relief is available. Here’s what you can expect if you’re experiencing recurring vulvar itching.
If you need a hysterectomy, you can avoid the risks of traditional surgery and get a minimally invasive laparoscopic robotic hysterectomy instead. Learn more about the benefits of a robotic hysterectomy over traditional surgery.
One common and unpleasant side effect of menopause is vaginal dryness, which can lead to pain during sexual intercourse. Discover the solutions available that mean you no longer have to live with vaginal dryness.
If you’re sexually active, you could contract a sexually transmitted disease. Diagnosed STDs are usually treatable or manageable, but not every STD initially causes symptoms. Here are the risks you face if an STD goes undiagnosed and untreated.
For the vast majority of pregnant women, exercising while pregnant comes with many physical and mental health benefits. These tips will ensure you and your baby stay healthy, fit, and safe during pregnancy.
Prenatal care can help you and your baby stay healthy and well throughout your pregnancy. Your provider will monitor your progress and the baby’s development and address and health issues that could lead to complications.
Dietary supplements sometimes get a bad rap due to questionable manufacturers. Metagenics® offers well-researched and carefully developed products that can fill the nutritional gaps that may lead to future illness.
Ovarian cysts sound scary, but they are actually very common. In fact, the cysts most women have go away on their own. However, if the cysts grow, they can cause problems. Read on to learn the myths and facts about ovarian cysts.
HPV, gonorrhea, syphilis, hepatitis B — these are just some of the more well-known STDs. Do you know what causes them, how they’re transmitted, and how to protect yourself as a woman? Find out more about STDs.
Pregnancy means many life changes, including changes to your body. Post-pregnancy weight is particularly difficult to banish. If your stubborn pockets of fat don’t seem to budge, you just might benefit a nonsurgical mommy makeover.
Thinking about having a baby? If so, the best time to plan for a healthy pregnancy is before conception. Whether it's taking a vitamin with folic acid or eliminating bad habits, there are many things you can do. Read on to learn more.
A weight-loss journey is an adventure that rewards you with a slimmer, healthier version of yourself. But, sometimes those hard-to-lose trouble spots need extra help. That’s where truSculpt® iD fat-reduction treatments come in. Get ready for results.
You received the call every woman dreads: Your recent OB/GYN tests came back with abnormal results. Before you even have time to panic, you’re told you need a colposcopy, which you’ve never heard of. Learn what it is — and why you shouldn’t panic.
Change seems to be occurring in the field of medicine as fast as in the field of technology. One area where we are seeing significant changes is in vaccine protocol. While there are always those who are concerned about the use or overuse of vaccines in...
Get a Healthy Start to the New School Year
Now that the kids are back in school and you’ve (almost) gotten yourself back into the swing of things, it is important to remember that preparing your child for a successful school year is about more than...
Information to help couples understand infertility
We know that deciding to have a child is a huge step for couples, however 10-15% of reproductive couples are affected with the inability to conceive. We see patients with concerns about getting pregnant...
For many women, reproductive years mean using some form of contraception. Before the conscious decision to have children and after the desired number of children, we know that many women are seeking safe, effective birth control. It can be confusing and...
I have always believed that a woman is the center of her family’s universe. When women are educated and knowledgeable about their health, it can have a positive effect on everyone around her. One of the areas that I have become so passionate about...
At Las Vegas ObGyn Center, we are all passionate about our commitment to advancing women’s health for the past 19 years in Las Vegas. We understand the relationship between a doctor and patient and respect that bond. At Las Vegas ObGyn Center...
I am blessed with the opportunity to help women with the effects of menopause on their sexuality and physical intimacy. Approximately 50% of women come through menopause with symptoms that make it uncomfortable or downright painful to engage in sexual...
November has arrived, and the festivities and social gatherings of the holidays are just a few weeks away. All year, your friends and family members, some of whom will have travelled from across the country or even the world, have been looking forward...
With holiday parties, family gatherings, and endless buffets of sweets just a couple of weeks away, it becomes increasingly difficult to maintain healthy eating habits and avoid gaining weight. Whether or not you plan to try everything at the table...
With all the advances in medicine and clinical science that are reported each week, it can become difficult to separate the relevant information from everything else. While it is true that each scientific development has an effect on the world, not...
With all the New Year’s resolutions to work out, diet, and do just about everything but sleep 8 hours a night, it can be easy to overlook affordable, everyday methods for improving your health. After all the weight loss techniques, sometimes it helps to...
The thought of extensive surgery (or really any kind of major hospital procedure) often causes clients to second guess medical services that can provide great benefits. While no one enjoys intensive, time-consuming operations or recovery periods.
We are seeing such wonderful results with MonaLisa Touch for vaginal atrophy. A recent article in U.S. News (April 20, 2017) by Dr. Sherry Ross, M.D. points out several important reasons for women to talk about this issue with their doctors...
We at Las Vegas ObGyn Center know that preparing for getting older age is not just the responsibility of the elderly, as muscle loss due to age begins to set in after 35 and only worsens over time. Don’t get depressed, there are things you can do to...
April is “National C-section Awareness Month”, so we’d like to express our appreciation and gratitude to all the hard-as-nails mothers who have endured this procedure. The first ever recorded cesarean procedure was purportedly performed on a live...
This blog will feature a variety of topics geared towards our industry. They’ll range from innovations and interests to tips and trends that will help you make the right decisions regarding our industry...