As we all do our part to fight a global pandemic, the team at Advanced will also continue to do our best to take care of our patients, our staff and our families. Generally, it makes sense to stay home … Read More
Find out more about HPV, cervical cancer and the importance of regular health screenings and pap tests at Advanced Gynecology.
Learn more about Bladder Awareness Month and the common symptoms of overactive bladder as well as what to expect at your next office visit with Advanced Gynecology.
Menopause is a process that can take years – learn more about menopause and mental health at Advanced Gynecology.
Understanding the connection between mental health and menopause starts with understanding the effects that menopause has on the body and the mind and how those changes can affect things like mood and overall mental health.
If you’re currently experiencing the telltale signs of a urinary tract infection – burning when you urinate, dark or discolored urine, abdominal or low back pain – you may be wondering if you can cure this without seeing a doctor. Read on to see why you should always consult a physician before beginning any type of self-treatment for UTI.
If you’re starting to see people in the Atlanta area wearing teal ribbons, you may be wondering what cause they are supporting. September is PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) Awareness Month. This is a fairly common condition that affects between 10-15% of women worldwide.
So what, exactly is PCOS?
Learn about treating fibroids and how Advanced Gynecology can help
Many women suffer from common uterine fibroids, and there are a lot of conversations about whether it’s safe to take matters into your own hands and treat yourself. We don’t recommend beginning any type of treatment regimen before consulting a qualified medical professional.
Learn about low sex drive and what to look for when it comes to HSDD as well as when to talk to a doctor in this blog from Advanced Gynecology
Everyone is aware of the ad campaigns for drugs like Cialis and Viagra — often full of embarrassingly contrived innuendo. Men’s sexual health is a common subject for pharmaceutical advertisers, but what about women’s sexual health? Is low libido a symptom of other issues or its own medical condition? There’s no easy “Yes” or “No” answer.