Gentle Circumcision in Tucson
The decision to circumcise your newborn is a personal choice. Most newborn circumcisions are done for traditional, cultural or religious reasons but even this choice should not be made without careful thought. We encourage you to read the following information and discuss your decision with knowledgeable advisers like your obstetrician or midwife, and your child’s pediatrician.
We are pleased to offer a gentle approach to circumcision in the hands of an experienced surgeon, Dr. Carranza-Chahal.
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If you’re new to the world of gynecology, either because you’re young or you’ve just never gotten around to making an appointment, you might not know what a Pap smear is. Or you know what it is, you just don’t know why it’s important. We’ve put together a simple overview of the Pap smear: what it is, what it does, when you need one, and why! Continue reading “What is a Pap Smear + Why Do You Need One?”
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.
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