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Your annual wellness exam is a chance to discuss your health with your provider. Use this time to get answers to general wellness questions and receive any necessary routine screenings.

If you’re sexually active and want to avoid pregnancy, your provider can help you choose a contraceptive method that works for you. We’re here to help you make this personal decision.

Throughout life, our bones undergo a cycle of loss and renewal. As we age, bone loss might exceed regeneration. A bone density test assesses your bone health status.

In specific office locations, our skilled and friendly medical team offers minimally invasive treatments for various issues like wrinkles, cellulite, unwanted hair, and more.

For women with chronic, heavy menstrual bleeding who no longer wish to have children, we provide solutions like endometrial ablation to relieve persistent discomfort.

Endometriosis is a painful condition in which tissue similar to the uterine lining grows outside the uterus, typically affecting the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and pelvic lining. If you experience heavy or painful periods, consult with your provider.

Routine gynecological care is vital for the well-being of every woman. We deliver gynecological services, covering all your women’s healthcare needs throughout your life.

We provide minimally invasive, in-office procedures for assessing and addressing uterine and cervical disorders. Conducting these procedures in-office gives you the care you need in a familiar environment.

We offer laparoscopic surgery at many of our locations. This procedure often leads to reduced pain, fewer complications, and faster recovery compared to traditional surgery methods.

Our aim is to deliver top-quality healthcare with equality and compassion. We offer comprehensive care for everyone, including individuals in the LGBTQ+ community.

Mammography serves as a screening method for asymptomatic individuals and a diagnostic tool when a breast lump is detected by the patient or during a clinical exam.

We’re here to support women as they transition out of their reproductive years and into a new life phase. Speak to your provider if you find any of these changes challenging.

PCOS is a hormonal disorder affecting women’s reproductive years, often causing irregular periods, and sometimes leading to insulin resistance, weight loss challenges, and infertility.

Pelvic floor muscles play a crucial role in maintaining continence, urinary control, and sexual function. Women who are postpartum or experience incontinence should talk to their provider about pelvic floor health.

The obstetricians and midwives of Capital Women’s Care are here to guide you through each step of your pregnancy journey. We provide the care you need for your physical and mental well-being.

Robotic surgery is a minimally invasive approach that offers an alternative to traditional and laparoscopic procedures in specific situations where it’s determined to be beneficial.

We’re dedicated to providing accessible care to all women. Many of our providers have telehealth appointments available for select visit types.

Childbirth or aging can lead to weakened pelvic muscles in women. Urogynecology, a gynecological subspecialty, focuses on diagnosing and treating pelvic floor problems.

It’s common for women to encounter vulvovaginal discomfort at various life stages due to factors such as infections, exposure to irritants, menopause, or neurological conditions. Speak to your provider about treatment options.

Make an Appointment at One of Our Nearby Locations Today

Our comprehensive list of services allows us to deliver the highest quality care to all women in the Greater Washington D.C. area. If you’re in need of a gynecological or obstetrical service, or something else, call one of our locations to make an appointment with one of our providers today.