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Tuesday, February 24, 2009

The experienced and Board-Certified Physicians of CARE FOR WOMEN OB/GYN perform ADVANCED LAPAROSCOPIC SURGICAL TECHNIQUES

LAPAROSCOPY (Greek for “look into the abdomen”) is a minimally invasive surgical technique that allows your CARE FOR WOMEN Physician to do just that … look directly into your abdomen and at your reproductive organs.  The benefits of LAPAROSCOPY include smaller incisions and a shorter hospital stay and recovery (it is usually performed on an out-patient basis and, in most cases, eliminates the need for an over-night hospital stay).  LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERIES usually take about an hour and the recovery time is typically a few days. 

The L
APAROSCOPE is an instrument similar to a miniature telescope with a fiber optic system that brings light into the abdomen. Approximately as wide as a fountain pen and twice as long, the LAPAROSCOPE
is placed through a small incision made below or inside the navel. 

APAROSCOPY is recommended to diagnose and treat many Gynecologic problems including ENDOMETRIOSIS, FIBROIDS, OVARIAN CYSTS, ECTOPIC PREGNANCIES, and INFERTILITY.   It is often used to diagnose causes of ABDOMINAL PAIN and can also be used for STERILIZATION (as a permanent method of birth control).


LAPAROSCOPY can be useful in diagnosing and treating many gynecologic problems.  Call CARE FOR WOMEN OB/GYN today to schedule an appointment and discuss your options with your CARE FOR WOMEN Physician.

The comprehensive care you need.  The compassion & convenience you deserve ... that's the CARE FOR WOMEN brand of medicine.
10:28 am cst 

Thursday, January 29, 2009

January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month
Though January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, women should always be aware of just how important their Annual Pap Smears and Cervical Cancer Screenings are.
Did you know that thirty women are diagnosed with Cervical Cancer on a daily basis in the United States?  And did you know that Cervical Cancer is a preventable disease, caused by certain types of the Human Papillomavirus (HPV)? 

Know the facts:
            Cervical Cancer is not hereditary; it is caused by certain types of HPV and, once a
            woman is infected, abnormal cells can develop in the cervical lining.  If these cells 
            aren’t found early, pre-cancers and then cancers can develop.

Know the numbers:
            According to the American Cancer Society, approximately 30 women will be
            diagnosed with Cervical Cancer daily in the United States.
            Approximately 3,700 women die in the USA each year from Cervical Cancer

            An estimated 20 million women become infected with HPV each year (roughly
            about 8 out of 10 women).

            80% of women will have had HPV in their lifetime.

Know how you can prevent it:

          See your doctor for annual well woman screenings.   Work with your healthcare       
          professional to determine what prevention/treatment plan is right for you.

          If you or a loved one is between the ages of 9-26, speak with your doctor about  
         GARDASIL®, a vaccine used in the prevention of Cervical Cancer, precancerous or 
         dysplastic lesions, and genital warts caused by HPV typed 6, 11, 16, and 18.  
         GARDASIL® is the only Cervical Cancer vaccine that helps protect against 4 types
         of Human Papillomavirus (HPV): 2 types that cause 70% of cervical cancer cases,
         and 2 more types that cause 90% of genital warts cases. 
Call C
ARE FOR WOMEN today at 281/359-7000 and schedule your Annual Pap Smear and Cervical Cancer Screening.  Work with your healthcare provider to see what your risks are for developing HPV and what methods of prevention, such as the GARDASIL® vaccination, are available to you.             

For more information regarding HPV and the GARDASIL® vaccination, visit
www.gardasil.com and www.hpv.com.  

The comprehensive care you need, the compassion and convenience you deserve … that’s the CARE FOR WOMEN brand of medicine.
5:15 pm cst 

Friday, January 16, 2009

Osteoporosis and Bone Density Testing
You’ve heard about it on the Oprah Winfrey show and from Dr. Oz.  Or, perhaps, you’ve read about Sally Field’s crusade against it …
STEOPOROSIS, the silent disease marked by loss of bone mass, is the leading cause of bone fractures in people over age 50.  While the risk for women is double what it is for men, fractures can be prevented and bone loss possibly reversed if the condition is detected early.
CARE FOR WOMEN was one of the first medical teams in the area to proactively use
BONE DENSITY testing to help detect Osteoporosis.  Today, as always, we continue to utilize state-of-the-art medical equipment, assessing our Patients’ bone health while also scanning for existing fractures … all in a matter of minutes. 
Call us today to schedule your quick, simple
BONE DENSITY test.  Whether you’re at risk for Osteoporosis or you already have it, our Board Certified and experienced OB/GYNs will employ today’s most advanced treatments in order to keep you healthy and active.  CARE FOR WOMEN’s skilled Osteoporosis team evaluates both female and male patients and offers two locations, ATASCOCITA and KINGWOOD, to better serve you.  
 The comprehensive care you need, the compassion and convenience you deserve … that’s the CARE FOR WOMEN brand of medicine.
11:24 am cst 

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