CWH Blog & Health Topics

Why do you need to leave a urine sample?

You’ve had them a million times….so, why can’t your provider just call in a prescription for you?  Why are you being asked to come to the office to leave a urine sample when you know EXACTLY what they feel like? Most women who have experienced a UTI (a.k.a bladder infection) will never forget the uncomfortable… Read More »


What to Expect During Your Second Trimester

Last month we took a look at what to expect during your first trimester. Continuing on with that, we thought we would go over what to expect during your second trimester as well as what benchmarkers and appointments you should be planning for or looking into. Your second trimester takes place at 3-6 months of… Read More »


What to Expect During Your First Trimester

Pregnancy is an exciting thing. But it can also feel scary and unpredictable at times. Whether it’s your first baby or your second or third (or more!) there are some common symptoms to look out for as well as appointments and benchmarkers you should be reaching during your first trimester. First Trimester, First Appointment Congratulations!… Read More »


Early Aneuploidy Screening Options

Submitted by Meghan Delaney, WHNP  During your initial obstetrical appointments in our office,  we will spend time with you discussing body changes, symptoms and planned care and testing moving forward. One area that seems to be a source of confusion and questions are your options for aneuploiody screening. Aneuploidy is the medical term for chromosomal… Read More »


Are Vaccinations Safe During Pregnancy?

Submitted by Stefanie Davis, WHNP   Vaccinations in Pregnancy Routine vaccinations are an important way to keep both individuals and the general population safe and healthy. Seasonal and routine vaccination campaigns are the front line in preventing spread of disease. Vaccines help our body’s immune system build up a defense so that, when exposed to… Read More »


Take Control of Your Birth Control

It’s Women’s History Month and to celebrate we’re taking a look at how birth control has given women a way to take control of their reproductive health. In fact, your preference for birth control will likely also change over the years of your life, depending on your needs and goals at the time. Here is… Read More »


COVID-19 (Corona) Virus Update

COVID-19 (Corona) Virus Update   The safety and wellness of our patients, staff, and visitors is a top priority here at Camelback Women’s Health.   We are doing everything possible to keep our offices a safe and healthy environment for everyone. We recommend you continue to monitor and comply with the recommendations of the CDC, World… Read More »


Why Well-Woman Exams Are a Key to Being Healthy

Life can get busy for most people, but this is especially true for women. With so many women wearing different hats and being responsible for not only their health but the health of their partner and children, it can be easy to put yourself last mainly when it comes to preventative measures. However, it’s essential… Read More »


Botox or fillers…which one is the best for your needs?

Submitted by Nicole Deacon, RN Although Botox and dermal fillers have been around for decades in the United States and even longer in Europe, determining which is best for you is often confusing and overwhelming.  There are so many different products available to choose from and….quite frankly, what is the difference? The answer is vastly… Read More »


Breast feeding

4 Early Steps for Breastfeeding Success

There are many benefits to breastfeeding. But while milk production might be a natural development in our bodies, you may quickly discover that there is nothing natural about learning to breastfeed your newborn baby. Before your little one’s big arrival, here are four tips to help you start your breastfeeding journey.     Take a… Read More »


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