Metro OBGYN has resumed normal clinic schedules to provide care to our patients in a controlled manner. We understand that the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve with new information emerging on a daily basis. As we continue to provide care in a safe setting, additional precautions are being taken to reduce the risk of exposure for all.
We're excited to announce that we now offer Tricefy, a cloud-based medical imaging app for our patients to easily view and access their ultrasound images and videos via iPhone!
March is Endometriosis Awareness Month, and ladies, if you suffer from endometriosis, you’re not alone, as 176 million reproductive-age women have the disease worldwide. At Metro OBGYN, we think it’s important to bring additional awareness to this often misunderstood disease. Here are several ways you can raise awareness about this painful pelvic health disorder this March (and beyond).
Pregnancy brings a lot of joy and excitement for expecting mothers but can also mean an increase in health concerns for you and your baby. If you’re pregnant and dealing with a medical issue, do you go to an emergency room or an urgent care? While these two options will both work, it depends on the particular health issue. We’ll take a look at when it’s best to go to an urgent care for pregnancy services and when it’s best to go to an ER instead.
The National Cervical Cancer Coalition (NCCC), the American Sexual Health Association (ASHA), and the United States Congress designated January as Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. Marking January as an awareness month highlights the importance of prevention and education on cervical cancer, which is a preventable gynecologic disease.