Life Stages gynecology

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Adolescents

From your first period to your first gynecologist visit, this is the place to learn more!

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Young Adults

Thinking about starting birth control or have questions about your period? Click here to read more!

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Adults

Whether you are thinking about having a baby or have questions about contraception, this is the place to start!

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Premenopausal

Hot flashes, night sweats, menstrual changes? Click here to find out if you're starting the change!

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Menopausal

You may no longer have a period but you have questions. Check out more!

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Gynecology

Adolescents

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From your first period to your first visit to the gynecologist, this is the place to learn more!

Many young women have special needs and concerns about changes in their bodies. From getting your first period to your first visit to the gynecologist, LifeStages Adolescents is geared toward answering your questions. Stop looking in magazines or searching the internet to find answers. This is a comprehensive site specifically designed for you.

Young Adults

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Thinking about starting birth control or have questions about your period, click here to read more!

As you think about becoming sexually active or consider different birth control options, let us provide you with the information that you need to make the best decision for YOU! We find that many young adults take advice from friends or family members but we want to give you the tools to make the decision that’s right for you.

Adults

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Whether you are thinking about having a baby or have questions about contraception, this is the place to start!

You may be at the time in your life when you’re thinking about having a baby. Perhaps your re-evaluating your sexual relationship or have questions regarding contraception. LifeStages Adults will answer your questions. Search here to read more about what other women your age are experiencing.

Premenopausal

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Hot flashes, night sweats, menstrual changes? Click here to find out if you're starting the change!

Not all women experience peri-menopause in the same way. You may have serious night sweats and hot flashes or you may be asking yourself, “Am I going through menopause?” LifeStages Premenopausal guides you through the most common changes you can expect as you make the transition through menopause.

Menopausal

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You may no longer have a period but you have questions. Check out more!

Once you’ve gone through menopause (defined as one year following your last menstrual period), you may note some changes in your body that occurred along the way. Hot flashes or night sweats may be persistent even following menopause. We’ll help you understand what your options are for management and more.

Packet Resources

The additional information links provided below are for general educational and reference purposes only - please do not use them to try and diagnose or treat any medical or health condition. We do not guarantee that the information is complete, and it may contain inaccuracies even though we try to make sure it is accurate. This information is not intended as a recommendation for a specific treatment plan, products, or course of action. You should always seek the advice of your physician or medical professional when you have specific medical conditions or questions.

Following is a list of additional, useful documents you might also want to review [in PDF format]:

The additional information links provided on this website are for general educational and reference purposes only - please do not use them to try and diagnose or treat any medical or health condition. We do not guarantee that the information is complete, and it may contain inaccuracies even though we try to make sure it is accurate. This information is not intended as a recommendation for a specific treatment plan, products, or course of action. You should always seek the advice of your physician or medical professional when you have specific medical conditions or questions.