A cancer diagnosis is frightening. Gynecological cancers are a big concern for women. Our bodies contain up to 78 organs. Ten of those are found in the female reproductive system. It can be confusing for people who do not have a medical background to … [Read more...] about The Difference Between Ovarian and Cervical Cancer
The American Cancer Society reported that an estimated 13,240 new cases of cervical cancer will be diagnosed in 2018. If you or someone you love was diagnosed with cervical cancer, it’s important to know your treatment options. Below are some of the … [Read more...] about Treatment Options for Patients with Cervical Cancer
No one wants to have to get checked for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Even though it isn’t a pleasant conversation to have with your doctor, it is important to maintain good health. Did you know that every adult should be checked regularly … [Read more...] about Get Tested for STDs Today
Women's Health and Menopause Center is proud to announce that two of its doctors were nominated as 'Top Docs' in the Gynecology and Obstetrics category of HOUR Detroit Magazine for 2018. Each year, local physicians are provided an opportunity to … [Read more...] about Women’s Health Top Docs
We are so excited for our own Dr. Gordinier who was featured on Jackie & Co.'s webcast on September 17th interviewed about her OB/GYN expertise focusing on many issues including teenagers and young women; when to visit a gynecologist, birth … [Read more...] about Dr. Shiri Gordinier on Jackie & Co.!
Cervical ectropion, also known as cervical ectopy, occurs when the glandular cells (or soft cells) inside the cervical canal spread to the exterior of the cervix. This region normally has epithelial or hard cells. The cervix is where the vagina and … [Read more...] about What Is a Cervical Ectropion?