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Women's Health

Birth Control Treatment
Sexual Health and Contraception

Sexuality is an important part of reproductive health and it can be hard to find good quality information about a healthy sex life and birth control options. The following information will give you a good basis to start a conversation with us about your sexuality.


Many women's health concerns are related to poor nutrition and obesity. Click the button below to learn how to develop a healthy approach to eating and exercise.

Pap Test Screening and HPV

Cervical cancer screening with pap tests is an important preventative part of women's reproductive health. We now understand much more about cervical cancer and the human papilloma virus, which causes most cases of cervical cancer. Please click the button below for more information about pap test screening, HPV and the HPV vaccine.

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Menstrual Difficulties and Pelvic Pain

Many women experience abnormal menstrual bleeding and pelvic pain, and a gynecologist can help you determine the cause. These conditions can be very disruptive to women’s quality of life, and treatment options are available.

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Menopause is a natural transition in the reproductive life of any woman. Some women struggle with the changes associated with menopause. Please see the information below to learn more.

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Urinary Incontinence and Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Many women experience the involuntary loss of urine (incontinence) and a falling down (descent or prolapse) of their pelvic organs. There are many treatment options for these problems, including lifestyle changes, weight loss, pelvic exercises, medical and surgical treatments.

Gynecologic Surgery

Many reproductive health issues can be both diagnosed and treated with surgery. Here is some information from the SOGC and Bupa (from the UK) regarding several common gynecology surgeries.  We have also included the handouts you will receive from the hospital regarding post-operative instructions after surgery.

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General Health Information

If you are looking for a good source for women's health information, please click the link below which will take you to some helpful resources:

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Vulvar Skin Conditions

Many women suffer from itching, pain or discomfort on the vulva (labia). This can be caused by local irritants in the soaps, detergents or clothing we use, infections or specific skin conditions that occur on the vulva.

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