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Causes of Prolonged Menstrual Bleeding

Women’s cycles can vary widely on the length, intensity, and symptoms associated with their menstrual period. While some women only have bleeding for 3 days, others can experience bleeding for over a week. Differences are normal, but if you are experiencing prolonged, heavy bleeding, you’re likely wondering what the cause may be and if there… read more »

MonaLisa Touch Laser Therapy for Gynecological Disorders

Menopause and other health problems can cause multiple physical symptoms that range from uncomfortable to extremely painful. Fortunately, a gynecological check-up can provide the perfect opportunity for you to consult with a gynecologist about the possibility of the MonaLisa Touch laser therapy that can help ease your symptoms. Here are the most common gyn disorders in… read more »

The Advantages of Mona Lisa Touch Laser Treatment

Our bodies are constantly changing in many ways. For a lot of women, aging means a decline in estrogen, which can have a number of different effects. One of these is vaginal atrophy, an uncomfortable and sometimes even painful condition from which you will want to find some relief. Modern medicine is developing treatments to… read more »

5 Conditions That Warrant the Help of Your OB-GYN

Do you know when it’s time to see your gynecologist? With cervical and vaginal cancers on the rise, it’s now more vital than ever that women understand the signs and symptoms associated with gynecological disorders. While most symptoms aren’t synonymous with cancer, they can lead to discomfort and other issues. To ensure that you’re the… read more »

Tips for Coping With Menopause

Hot flashes, insomnia, and night sweats can make a woman’s menopausal years miserable. But learning how to find relief can make them easier to bear. According to OBGYN Montgomery County Dr. Rania Ibrahim, menopause usually takes place between the ages of 45 and 55 at the time when a woman’s body stops producing estrogen and… read more »

Most Cervical Cancer Is Preventable!

According to OBGYN Montgomery County Dr. Rania Ibrahim, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported that in 2012 about 4,000 women died of cervical cancer. This type of cancer used to be the leading cause of cancer death for women in the country. Now, however, many precautionary measures can be taken to prevent and… read more »

Six Things You Need to Know About STI Screenings

According to OBGYN Montgomery County Dr. Rania Ibrahim, in order to keep your sexual health in check, you need to make an effort beyond just using condoms. If you’re sexually active, it’s your responsibility to get tested on a regular basis, even if you’re not experiencing any symptoms. But according to new research, there’s a… read more »

Tell Your OBGYN Montgomery County the Truth!

Withholding a thing or two here and there is part of functioning in society. But OBGYN Montgomery County Dr. Rania Ibrahim finds that too often, patients withhold information about problems that she really needs to know—either because they don’t think it’s important or, more commonly, because they’re embarrassed. Following are five important things women often… read more »

When Working Out, Leave the Thong at Home

Changing into a sports bra before working out is as important as changing into sneakers. What women are wearing on the bottom, however, rarely gets a second thought. Oftentimes, the only concern is avoiding panty lines, so some might choose to wear a thong or no underwear at all. But according to OBGYN Montgomery County… read more »

Why You Should Tell Your OBGYN Montgomery County if You’ve Had an Abortion

OBGYN Montgomery County Dr. Rania Ibrahim finds that some patients who’ve had abortions sometimes worry about discussing it because they fear she may be pro-life, or if they don’t know where she stands on the issue. But while it’s understandable to have that concern, it’s medically important to admit if if you’ve had one or… read more »

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