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Five Symptoms That Warrant a Visit to Your Gynecologist

Are you considering a visit to PGOMG? Often, patients will contact our office with questions about whether an appointment is required to assess a symptom they’re experiencing. They are hoping we’ll say no, and that the issue will resolve itself in a few days. And sometimes that is the case. More often than not, however,

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March Is National Endometriosis Awareness Month

Endometriosis is a notoriously under-diagnosed disease. Endometriosis awareness and education is still underwhelming, and most women are unaware of its symptoms despite its prevalence – an estimated one out of every 10 women are affected by it, but few receive an adequate diagnosis. What are some basic facts about endometriosis? It can be found in women

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Will Working Out Really Help Relieve Cramps?

We get it – sometimes the last thing any woman wants to do when PMS hits is head to the gym. You have cramps, you feel bloated, your stomach may be a bit upset, and your back hurts, so who wants to put on sneakers and go for a run? Finding the motivation to be

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3 Reasons for Painful, Severe Periods

How much period pain is too much? Women are used to living with the pain and discomfort that comes with their periods. We expect cramping, bloating, fatigue, and maybe even nausea and an upset stomach. We all have our list of PMS symptoms that we anticipate for a few days each month, and we are

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5 Facts about Endometriosis That May Surprise You

Endometriosis is a condition which occurs when tissue that would normally grow inside a woman’s uterus exists outside the uterus. This change in tissue location may seem inconsequential, but it can actually greatly affect a woman’s daily routine, particularly during menstruation or while attempting to conceive. Endometriosis has a reputation for being difficult to diagnose,

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The First Worldwide Endometriosis March Is Taking Place on March 13, 2014

Endometriosis affects more than 200 million worldwide, and over 5 million women in the United States alone. On March 13, 2014, the first Worldwide Endo March will take place in over fifty-three cities in forty-five countries all over the world. The aim of the Endo March is: “To unite women and their supporters to take

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