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Informational articles written by Billings OB-GYN Associates providers.

Three treatments, under 5 minutes, in-office and no anesthesia, that’s all it takes to treat changes that at least 50% of post-menopausal women experience. After menopause, estrogen levels in the body fall dramatically resulting in thinning and unhealthy vaginal tissue. This can lead to pain with intercourse and bladder symptoms such as urgency and leakage. more

Over the years, we’ve seen many advancements in women’s healthcare. These advancements and the resulting changes in recommendations for women have sometimes resulted in confusion. One area that is important for women is an annual well-woman exam. You can learn more about well-woman exams here. While the well-woman exam will cover many areas of your more

The postpartum period is a time that’s meant to be euphoric, but for 1 in 7 new moms, that’s not the case. For too many, this illness goes undetected because others don’t understand the way a person suffering is feeling. Many individuals suffering from postpartum depression may feel guilty about their feelings because society characterizes more

Most women today know that exercising while pregnant is safe and even encouraged. If you’re pregnant and planning your next workout, here are a few benefits and safety tips to keep in mind. Benefits: Exercising during pregnancy comes with many of the same benefits as it does during any other time in your life. Overall, more

There have been many differing opinions about self-breast exams and whether they are beneficial for early detection of breast cancer. In many cases, performing self-breast exams is still considered an important way to get to know your own body and to understand how your own breast tissue feels. Although a mammogram is the test of more