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Evaluating Infertility

Evaluating Infertility: When You Want to Become Pregnant – And Can’t Congratulations! You’ve decided you want to start a family or add to it. We know the anticipation of seeing that pregnancy test show positive is exciting, and that waiting to get that positive sign, even for a few months, can be frustrating. You start

Diabetes and Pregnancy

You have diabetes and you want to become pregnant. Problem, right? Not necessarily. By planning ahead and working to stay in control of your diabetes, you can increase the chance that you will stay healthy throughout your pregnancy and you will have a healthy baby. Planning Ahead If your glucose levels aren’t under control, you

4 Signs You Might Have Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is a hormonal disorder common among women of reproductive age. If you have it, the symptoms may appear around the time of puberty. But you may also develop PCOS as part of your body’s response to gaining a large amount of weight. There are several signs and symptoms related to PCOS and

More About Benign Breast Conditions

The idea of developing breast cancer is scary, so if you’re like most women, you are sensitive to changes you see in your breasts. There are many benign breast conditions for which you may have the symptoms that aren’t related to breast cancer, and we have listed some of them here. However, we always recommend

Unweighting the Burden of Heavy Periods

Having heavy periods, or heavy menstrual bleeding, is a common problem among women from teenagers up to women in perimenopause. Yet only about a third of women dealing with this problem see their doctor for relief. Heavy periods likely aren’t something you just have to deal with. Once we find the cause, we can offer

What are Uterine Fibroids?

Uterine fibroids are growths that develop from the muscle tissue of the uterus. The technical name for a fibroid is leiomyoma, or myoma for short. Fibroids have different classifications depending on where in the uterus they are growing: Intramural fibroids grow within the uterine wall Submucosal fibroids grow inside the uterine cavity Subserosal fibroids are

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

When You Lose Support: Understanding Pelvic Organ Prolapse You have a lot of important organs in your pelvic area, including your vagina, uterus, bladder, urethra, and rectum. Have you ever thought about what holds them into place? The answer is the muscle of the pelvic floor, as well as layers of connective tissue. Sometimes conditions

Preventing Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are just what they sound like: infections that you can get by having sex and are spread through sexual contact. They are very common and very contagious, sort of like a cold or the flu. The difference is STIs can damage your body and even kill you. STIs are caused by

Nutrition During Pregnancy

Getting good nutrition during pregnancy isn’t overly complicated, it’s just a matter of eating smart. Your doctor will offer advice on what to eat – and what not to eat – but this guide works as a handy reference as well. Foods and Calories Get a customized nutrition plan of how many calories you should

Barrier Methods of Birth Control

Barrier methods of birth control work to keep sperm from reaching an egg in your uterus and causing pregnancy. Many women like them because they have no effect on their hormones like birth control pills do. You can also use barrier methods if you are breastfeeding, as they will have no effect on your milk

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3952 Parkview Dr.
Cheyenne, WY 82001

We are located at the corner of Parkview and College,
one block south of Dell Range.

Hours: Mon-Thurs 8-5 | Fri 8-3
Phone: 307-637-7700


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