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Coming May 1st!

Ultra Shape | Vela Shape

UltraShape and VelaShape Coming to Capital Women's Care on May 1, 2015!



Gestational Diabetes Q&A

Blood Sugar Test
In this post, we will delve into all of the frequently asked questions about Gestational Diabetes.

Pregnancy After 35

Positive Pregnancy Test

Last month, our blogs focused on pregnancy, morning sickness, and a healthier pregnancy. This month, we’d like to discuss high risk pregnancy. Just because you’re considered "high risk" doesn’t mean you won't have a perfectly healthy baby. It just means that you need to take some extra precautions during pregnancy to protect yourself and your little one.

A Healthy Pregnancy

Exercise alternatives during pregnancy

Pregnancy is an exciting (and exhausting) time in your life. If you haven't already, it's important to incorporate some lifestyle changes during your pregnancy.

Relief from Morning Sickness

Morning Sickness

If you’re in your first trimester of pregnancy, chances are you’re experiencing morning sickness – nausea that can be accompanied by vomiting. Don't be fooled by the name. Unfortunately, morning sickness can happen any time of day or night. The good news is that most women report the symptoms nausea subsiding after their first trimester.

You’re Pregnant! Now What?

Pregnant? Now What?
You just found out you're pregnant. Congratulations! If this is your first pregnancy, you may be wondering, "What now?".

Facts about Endometrial Cancer

Checklist of cancer risks

We have previously discussed ovarian, breast, and other types of cancer affecting women. We’d like to discuss the most common gynecologic cancer in our country – endometrial cancer, which affects the lining of the uterus (the endometrium).


Consult your doctor about PID
As a follow up to our post about pelvic pain, we’d like to discuss Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) - an infection in your uterus, fallopian tubes, or ovaries typically caused by untreated sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).

Treating Pelvic Pain

Pelvic Pain
Though many women experience pelvic pain, it’s important to understand your body. Are you experiencing menstrual cramps or is it something else.

STD Prevention

Use Protection.

Rounding out our series for teen patients is the subject of sexually transmitted diseases, or STDs. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), "There are about 20 million new cases of STDs each year in the United States, and about half of these are in people between the ages of 15 and 24."


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