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When To See Atlanta Obstetrics & Gynecology Associates About A Heavy Period

Heavy bleeding during your period is sometimes known medically as menorrhagia. Although every woman is different and menstrual cycles can vary, when should you see Atlanta Obstetrics & Gynecology Associates about a heavy period?

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The Importance Of Regular Breast Self Examinations

It’s difficult to overemphasize the importance of regular breast self examinations when one in eight women will receive a breast cancer diagnosis in their lifetime. When it comes to breast exams and screening tools, more is always better. Let’s find out how to do a breast self exam, when to do it, and why they are so important.

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Don’t Let Periods Rule Your Life

Yes, they show up about every 30 days, they are uncomfortable or sometimes painful, can give you headaches and slow you down, and can transform you into the wicked witch of the east every month before they start. No wonder they’re known as the “curse.” Yes, the decades of having your period affect your life in various ways, but don’t let periods rule your life. Some side effects are normal, but some are definitely not. Let’s look at ways you can gain some control. Continue reading “Don’t Let Periods Rule Your Life”

Tips On How to Choose The Right OBGYN For You

This particular choice for your medical care is not one made lightly at it is very personal and intimate. Maybe you decided on a doctor that your friend recommended. Perhaps you chose one near your home and place of work for convenience. The question is: are you getting the right care and personal service you truly want? Let’s look at tips on how to choose the right OBGYN for you!

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To ensure our patients are taken care of, we remain open, just in a limited capacity. However, if you are experiencing flu-like symptoms or fever with cough or shortness of breath, please call our office to reschedule your appointment at (404) 355-0320. You may also contact our office for any questions.

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For your safety and the safety of nurses, doctors, and other patients, we are requesting that you please wear a mask to the office. See notes below for safely wearing a medical mask:

For our pregnant patients who are anticipating a visit to the hospital soon, we ask that you limit visitors to just 1 healthy visitor per patient for Labor & Delivery, Antepartum, and Postpartum rooms.  This is to protect you, your baby, and your family/visitor.

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