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An annual wellness exam is a chance for you and your Capital Women’s Care provider to connect about your health and well-being. During this yearly appointment, your provider will answer your wellness questions, and you will receive full-spectrum, top-tier gynecological care.

If you are sexually active, and not ready to become pregnant, it is important to consider a contraceptive or birth control method. This decision is an extremely personal one that your healthcare provider can help you choose by taking these considerations into account.

Our bones are constantly going through a state of loss and regrowth. As we get older, there is a possibility of bone loss outpacing regrowth. A bone density test can help determine what your bone health is.

At our select locations, we provide minimally invasive procedures that are all administered by our group of highly skilled and personable medical professionals. Our services treat a variety of conditions including wrinkles, cellulite, unwanted hair, and more.

If you are experiencing chronic, heavy menstrual bleeding and do not plan on having any more children, endometrial ablation can be a solution for you. Capital Women’s Care offers treatments such as endometrial ablation to ensure you don’t have to live with consistent discomfort.

Endometriosis is a disorder where tissue similar to that of the uterus lining grows outside your uterus. This often painful disorder involves your ovaries, fallopian tubes, and the tissue lining your pelvis. If you are suffering from painful periods, speak with one of our dedicated providers today.

Regular gynecology care is essential to every woman’s health. Capital Women’s Care provides the highest quality gynecological care for women, from your first well-woman visit to beyond menopause.

Capital Women’s Care offers several minimally invasive, in-office procedures to evaluate and treat disorders of the uterus and cervix. By moving the procedure from the hospital setting to the office, we can improve the experience by performing it in a familiar setting.

Laparoscopic surgery, sometimes called minimally invasive surgery, often results in less pain, fewer complications, and a quicker recovery than traditional procedures. The skilled clinicians at Capital Women’s Care perform these procedures in-office at many of our locations.

Our goal is to ensure everyone receives the best healthcare. We provide equal, compassionate, and comprehensive care to all. Select providers have experience caring for members of the LGBTQ community. We are here to listen and personalize care to meet your unique needs.

Mammography is an essential test for the early detection of breast abnormalities. It can be used as a screening tool for the asymptomatic patient or a diagnostic tool when a breast lump is felt by the patient or during a clinical breast exam.

Menopause is a time of transition, as women move out of their reproductive years and into a new phase of life. Some women will find these changes challenging and require additional support.

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is a hormonal condition that occurs during a woman’s reproductive years. Those with PCOS are also likely to have irregular periods. In addition, women with PCOS are at risk for other health issues including insulin resistance, difficulty with weight loss, and infertility.

The pelvic floor is the set of muscles that supports pelvic organs like your bladder and bowels. These muscles are important for continence, urinary control, and sexual function. Pelvic floor dysfunction affects many women and is often related to postpartum and incontinence issues.

Pregnancy is a special time in life and the obstetricians and midwives of Capital Women’s Care are here to guide you through each step. We understand that pregnancy care isn’t just about physical well-being but mental health as well.

Robotic surgery is a minimally invasive surgical method used as an alternative to traditional surgery and conventional laparoscopy. It isn’t the right choice for all types of surgery, but there are circumstances where robotic surgery is necessary and helpful.

The world has changed but our commitment to quality care is as strong as ever. To provide accessible care to all women, we offer virtual visits so you can see your provider when you need to.

Some women may experience weakened pelvic muscles following childbirth or with aging alone. Urogynecology is a subspecialty of gynecology that specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of pelvic floor issues.

Many women experience vulvar and/or vaginal (vulvovaginal) discomfort throughout their life. These can be a result of infection, exposure to irritating substances, menopause, or neurologic disorders.

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