Tagged Posts: "Women's Health" (56)

Kegel Exercises: Are You Doing Them Correctly?

You might have heard about keeping up on Kegel exercises – but should you be adding them to your workout routine? Learn who could benefit from Kegels and how to know if you’re doing them correctly. Read More

Posted September 14, 2023 | With Hannah Hong, MD; Anne Stachowicz, MD; and Lauren Hill, OT
Ovarian Cancer: Catching a Silent Killer

Ovarian cancer is one of the most common gynecological cancers, but there’s still no preventive screening for early detection. But there may be signs, as well as genetic markers for an increased risk. Read More

Posted September 11, 2023 | With Amanda Jackson, MD from The Christ Hospital Physicians - Gynecologic Oncology
After Years of Pain, A Cure for Uterine Fibroids

The pressure and pain of uterine fibroids can be unbearable for women. But a minimally invasive alternative to a hysterectomy is getting positive results for patients. Read More

Posted September 01, 2023 | With Daniel Long, MD
Uterine Fibroids — Treatment and Options

Up to 80% of women in the U.S. will develop uterine fibroids by age 50. Q102’s Jennifer Fritsch talks with OB/GYN James Wendel, MD, about new, minimally invasive treatment options that preserve fertility and reduce downtime. Read More

Posted July 27, 2023 | By Jennifer Fritsch, Q102 radio personality; and James Wendel, MD
See Christ Hospital's New Level III NICU

From artwork by zoo animals to noise-cancelling floors and all the latest in technology, take a look with Anna from B-105 at Christ Hospital’s new Level III NICU. Read More

Posted July 06, 2023 | By Anna, B-105 radio personality, and Amy Robinson, RN, Nurse Clinical Manager
Have you heard about new mammogram guidelines?

Confused about news reports on new mammogram guidelines? Q102’s Jennifer Fritsch talks with breast surgeon Dr. Jennifer Manders to sort out what you need to know about your annual mammogram. Read More

Posted June 26, 2023 | By Jennifer Fritsch, Q102 radio personality; and Jennifer Manders, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Surgical Oncology
Migraine: When Headache Medicine Doesn’t Cut the Pain

Migraine pain is more complex than a headache, which explains why pain medicines don’t always stop the hurting. Physical medicine specialist Dr. Jennifer Chung shares how treatment like physical therapy and botox can provide additional relief. Read More

Posted June 12, 2023 | With Jennifer Chung, MD, The Christ Hospital Joint & Spine Physicians
Endometriosis: A Quest for Answers to Pelvic Pain

Severe pelvic pain during your menstrual cycle isn’t normal. For up to 10% of women and girls, it could be a warning sign of endometriosis. Dr. Sarah Bartlett shares new approaches to diagnosis and treatment - and the outlook for future fertility issues. Read More

Posted April 27, 2023 | With Sarah Bartlett, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Gynecology
Heart Study Empowers Women to Take Care of Themselves - and Future Mothers

Pregnancy is often described as a woman's first stress test. Find out why new mother like Rakhi participate in a study to determine just how much pregnancy and preeclampsia can impact women's heart health. Read More

Posted April 07, 2023 | With Odayme Quesada, MD, Medical Director at The Women's Heart Center at The Christ Hospital
PCOS and the Weight Loss Paradox

Weight gain, acne, excess hair, irregular periods. All potential warning signs of a hormonal imbalance known as PCOS — also a common and treatable cause of infertility. OB/GYN Dr. Lindsay Wardle shares advice for women with PCOS to meet the challenge of w Read More

Posted February 21, 2023 | With Lindsay Wardle, DO, from The Christ Hospital Physicians Obstetrics and Gynecology
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