Category Archives: Gynecology

How can I stop urinary incontinence?

Urinary incontinence is a common problem that can affect women of any age, especially as they age. If you are a woman who is experiencing a loss of bladder control, you need to talk to your doctor to find out what’s causing the often-embarrassing condition. Read on to learn more about urinary incontinence and what… Read More »


Endometrial Ablation

What can be done for unusually heavy periods?

If you deal with the inconvenience and pain of unusually heavy periods, soaking through a pad or tampon every two hours or less, then you should talk to your doctor about your treatment options. Usually, doctors will prescribe medication or an intrauterine device, called an IUD, to treat it. If those treatments don’t work or… Read More »


The importance of your annual well woman exam

Prevention is the best medicine. No matter your age or health, it’s important to see your gynecologist annually for your well woman exam. A good health-care partnership between you and your doctor is a great way to keep you healthy and ahead of any problems that should arise. Read on to learn more about what… Read More »


The Facts About HPV

One of the most common sexually transmitted viruses is Human Papillomavirus (HPV). HPV infections are so common that according to the CDC, nearly all men and women will have at least one type of HPV at some point in their lives. Currently, nearly 80 million Americans are infected with some type of HPV, and about… Read More »


What Are My Long-term Birth Control Options?

When it comes to birth control, many of the options aren’t exactly long-term options or require some diligence to ensure you are actually protected. So, if you’re not the best at remembering to take a pill at the same time or simply just prefer a form of birth control that you don’t have to think… Read More »


Do you have IC or a UTI?

Submitted by Jodi Jones, WHNP   Interstitial Cystitis (IC) or “painful bladder syndrome” is a chronic, painful bladder condition which is often mistaken for a urinary tract infection. We are unsure how a person acquires IC but it is known to be related to anxiety and stress and some believe it is classified as an… 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 »


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 »


What Are My Birth Control Options?

In this day and age, there are so many different forms of female contraception available that it can feel a little overwhelming. Here at Camelback Women’s Health, we strive to help all of our patients make a contraceptive choice that’s good for you, your lifestyle, and that you feel confident with. Let’s take a closer… Read More »


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 »


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