Two-thirds of babies born in the United States are through vaginal deliveries. You have always heard that this type of delivery is easier than a C-section,
Many younger women having their first few mammograms are undoubtedly nervous. This is a new and somewhat scary test. Even women who are so-called “veterans” of mammogram screenings can find themselves with new questions or concerns.
You have been dreaming about this time for nine months and maybe even years—the arrival of your long awaited baby. So why aren’t you elated?
Millions of women have chosen an IUD as their preferred contraceptive method. It’s not a decision you should make on a whim.
We are excited to announce that Dr. Bao-Quyen Nguyen is joining our team of OBGYNS in October 2023! Dr. Quyen earned her degree from UNTHSC Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Worth,
Women routinely have Pap smears during their well-woman appointments typically every three years until they are age 65 and older. Once results have been reviewed,
There are many misconceptions about fibroids making it difficult to distinguish fact from fiction. Let’s start with the facts. One half of American women will develop fibroids by age 50.
LGBTQ+ patients throughout Pride month and every month are supported at South Bay OBGYN. We continue to be dedicated to providing a safe and welcoming environment to all patients and wish everyone a happy Pride!
Preeclampsia is a serious condition that may happen after the 20th week of pregnancy or after giving birth. It causes high blood pressure and other issues which can stress your heart and cause problems during and after pregnancy.
Menopause is the time in a woman’s life when ovaries stop releasing eggs and estrogen levels drop. It usually occurs gradually over a period of time known as perimenopause.