Why Midwifery? My very first well-woman exam was with a midwife. She was so kind, listened to my concerns and made me feel comfortable.
Patients often ask which method of pain management I recommend during their labor and delivery.
For most pregnant women it is safe to travel during pregnancy. However, it is still a good idea to check in with your Ob/Gyn provider prior to traveling to review any recommendations they have for you.
When a woman has had a c-section there are two options for how they deliver their next child. A patient can have either a scheduled repeat cesarean section or a vaginal delivery.
Hello! Dr. Jenkins here to discuss infertility. This is a topic that brings about a lot of stress and anxiety for many women. We spend much of our teens, 20s, and often early and mid-30s trying to prevent pregnancy.
I’ve had a few questions from patients and their support people regarding what a midwife is and the role of a midwife in pregnancy and birth care. I’m hoping this FAQ will help answer those questions!
Dr. Jenkins here to discuss a very important issue in women’s health- Libido! I hear frequently from women who are concerned regarding a lack of desire for sex (aka Libido).
Hello! Dr. Jenkins here to discuss menopause and perimenopause! Menopause is the “pausing” (or more accurately the ceasing) of menstruation.
Dr. Jenkins here to talk about one of the most common issues we deal with as gynecologists- abnormal bleeding and periods! First, for reference the “normal” menstrual cycle is 24-38 days.
It’s Dr. Jenkins again, this time talking about polycystic ovarian syndrome or PCOS. PCOS is one of the most common conditions we treat in gynecology. It is an incredibly complex syndrome with significant health implications.