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Birth Control Options Phoenix, AZ

How to Permanently get ahold of your Reproductive Health

“Nothing is permanent” isn’t a saying that we go by here at our office. Although most things regarding your reproductive health aren’t permanent, there is one thing that we offer here at our office that is: permanent birth control. Other than undergoing a hysterectomy, though, how can birth control be permanent? Essure Essure is a… Read More »


What to Know About Vaginal Ultrasounds

If you have ever had an abdominal ultrasound then you know just how easy they are. In fact, the only thing that patients complain of is having a full bladder which can sometimes be uncomfortable. If, however, we have ordered  a vaginal ultrasound for you, you may not know quite what to expect. To make… Read More »


FAQs About a Colposcopy

“It’s time to get your pap smear,” isn’t exactly a phrase that we know that our patients are fond of hearing but it’s recommended that women between the ages of 21 and 65 get pap smears every three years on average. During your pap smear, we will collect some cells to check for things like… Read More »


What You Should Know About Post-Partum Depression

KNOW THE SIGNS Most women with postpartum depression begin having symptoms within a month of giving birth. But it can take up to one year for symptoms to start. – Feeling sad, hopeless, empty, or overwhelmed – Crying more often than usual – Feeling anxious, irritable, or angry – Sleeping too much or not being… Read More »


21 Reasons To See A Gynecologist Before Age 21

Although most young women don’t need to have a pap smear until they become sexually active, there are: Stay at a healthy body weight and feel good about your body Start good habits for healthy bones. Learn if you have a urinary tract infection and get treatment if you do. Get treatment for vaginal itching,… Read More »


Vaginal Ultrasound | Phoenix, AZ

Why You Should Get STD Testing Before Valentine’s Day

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, there is no better time to be intimate with your significant other than on this holiday. However, if you and your partner have just met each other then you may not be familiar with each other’s sexual history which may put you at a high risk of getting an… Read More »


Healthier You, Phoenix, AZ

3 Resolutions for a Healthier You

New Year’s resolutions can be a bit overwhelming and impractical for many people, but they can also be the perfect opportunity to reflect on your life, your health, and your overall goals. As women’s’ health specialists, we have created a list of three resolutions for every one of our patients to consider doing this year.… Read More »


How to Start Oral Contraceptives

HOW TO START ORAL CONTRACEPTIVES Oral contraceptives commonly called “birth control pills” or even known as just “the pill” are an extremely convenient and effective form of birth control. In addition to preventing pregnancy, they also have the ability to help regulate your monthly periods, as well as other benefits. Typically, there are three weeks… Read More »


Botox, Dermal fillers, Kybella, Phoenix, AZ

How to Treat Yourself This Holiday Season

Life is hard, especially around the holidays. If you are feeling like the holidays are weighing extra heavy on you this year, then it’s time to make sure that you cross yourself off of your Christmas list. Luckily, here at Camelback Women’s Health, we have a variety of different non-invasive procedures that you can treat… Read More »


HPV Testing & Prevention Phoenix, AZ

What to Know About HPV

When it comes to sexually transmitted diseases, there is one virus in particular that many patients don’t know much about: the Human Papillomavirus or HPV. The tricky thing about HPV is that there are over 100 different strains of this virus and some of them may increase your risk for cancer. Let’s take a closer… Read More »


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