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Always Keep the Communication Lines Open with Your OBGYN

As an adult, I have always visited my OBGYN on a regular basis for pap smears and other important health screenings. I thought I was doing "everything right," to take care of my female health, but unfortunately, I began having re-occurring yeast infections. I kept trying home treatment after home treatment and while some worked temporarily, my infections always came back. I finally got fed up and made an extra appointment with my OBGYN and she provided me treatment that kept the infections away for good and taught me how some of my habits were contributing to my chronic infections. I decided to start a blog to share my story along with tips about female health that I have learned over the years. I think more women need to share their female health experiences, because we all have them from time to time!

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Birth control pills can be a highly effective method of contraception, and some women find that they help with things like regulating their menstrual cycles. If you meet with your OB/GYN, you can find out more about birth control pills and whether or not they are right for you. If you do choose to take them, however, remember these three things that you shouldn't do when taking oral birth control. Read More 

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