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    by Ngozi Osuagwu, MD | March 26th, 2017


    What a week. I held my breath for two days and finally exhaled on Thursday evening. The Affordable Care Act Survived. Who knows what is going to happen in the future, but this is what we have now and it is important that we take full advantage of what it has to offer.

    If you have not scheduled your annual well woman exam, maybe this will serve as a reminder. Please click here to see what is covered without any cost sharing through the Affordable Care Act.

    As, I mentioned in an earlier blog, we will be taking Spring break. You can use this opportunity to catch up on the any part of the series that you missed or you can just relax. I will be relaxing.

    Part 1: Gynecology 110: Cancer Screening – Reviews the cancer screening tests women should have.

    Part 2: Gynecology 110: Health Screening – Reviews the importance of having your blood pressure checked and being screened for diabetes.

    Part 3: Gynecology 110: Concerns about Sex – Sex is part of our overall health and we need to feel comfortable talking to our health care providers about issues we may have.

    Part 4: Gynecology 110: Vaccines are not just for Children – There are vaccines that adults need.

    Part 5: Gynecology 110: Should having Sex be a Death Sentence for Anyone? – It is important to be screened for sexually transmitted infections – some can be significant to our health.

    Part 6: Gynecology 110: Birth Control Nuggets – We have talked about contraceptives in previous blogs, this blog provides information not discussed all the time.

    Part 7: Gynecology 110: What does PALM-COEIN have to do with my Period? – Learn what is a normal menstrual period and what can be done if it abnormal.


    Enjoy your break!

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