STIs, or sexually transmitted infections, are fairly common among people who are sexually active. While they can range from merely annoying to life-threatening, it’s important to get tested regularly if you’re sexually active because they can play a huge part in your overall health and well-being. Here’s what you need to know.
Like many of our patients and community members, we are concerned about the novel Coronavirus COVID-19 and the potential for infection.
We are closely following updates from the Pima County Health Department, CDC, and ACOG to provide the best and most appropriate care for our patients, our staff, and our community. Continue reading “COVID-19 Update”
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Pelvic pain, or pain that you’re experiencing in your pelvic area, can be extremely uncomfortable. The key is knowing whether or not it’s “normal” or if you need to seek the help of a medical professional. If you’re experiencing discomfort or aches and pains in your pelvic area, there can be a variety of causes. Some are harmless, some are warning signs you shouldn’t ignore. Here are eight possible causes of pelvic pain and when you need to see a doctor. Continue reading “Pelvic Pain: Possible Causes + When to See Your Doctor”
When it comes to choosing a women’s healthcare provider, there are so many aspects to consider. Women’s health care requires an intimate level of trust that can be difficult to find. It’s important for you to choose a provider you feel confident in – someone you can build a trusting, lasting relationship with. That’s why we recommend our practice, Copperstate OB/Gyn, for your healthcare needs. Here’s why our patients choose us. Continue reading “Why You Should Choose Copperstate OB/Gyn”
We’re guessing it was quite a shock when you found out you were carrying more than one! If you’ve recently found out that you’re having twins (or triplets, or more!) you’ve probably been scouring the internet for any and all information. A pregnancy where the mother is expecting multiples can be totally different from the traditional “singleton” pregnancy. Continue reading “Expecting More Than One Baby? Why You Won’t Go Past Your Due Date”