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The knowledge demonstrated by all the doctors at OB & GYN Specialists saved my daughter’s life along with mine. I will never be able to say thanks enough to their office.
Thank you for all your dedication through the years!
I have gotten phone calls personally from my doctor which means the world to me. Every doctor and nurse practitioner that I have seen at the practice have treated me like family and I trust them wholeheartedly. I am a patient for life.
They all said the same practice, Orlando OB & GYN Specialists. Over the years I have learned why everybody goes to these doctors. They are simply the best!
From their friendly front desk staff to their doctors and nurses to the billing staff everyone is wonderful. I highly recommend Women’s Care Florida – Orlando OB & GYN Specialist to all of my friends and family.
Heavy periods begin for some women in their 30’s and 40’s and can have social, physical and emotional effects. You don’t have to put up with heavy periods – we have many different options to help you.
The risk for breast cancer increases as a woman gets older. Most breast cancers occur in women with no family history. Only 5-10% may be linked to BRCA gene mutations. Scheduling your yearly mammogram and breast exam are the best steps to early detection. Earlier detection of breast cancer allows for better treatment options and possible cures.
Urinary incontinence or “leakage” is not just a natural part of aging. There is no need to suffer in silence or keep this a secret. Discussing your concerns with your doctor is the first step in finding a solution to your problems. You don’t have to “just live with it” – there are many treatment options available.
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During childbearing years women should ensure they are taking a multivitamin with at least 400 mcg of folic acid. Folic acid is proven to help reduce the incidence of birth defects. If you are not ready for a pregnancy right now, you can discuss your birth control options with one of our physicians or nurse practitioners. A variety of birth control options are available to meet your specific needs.