Urinary Incontinence
Women's Health Texas Blog
by jynjer@catalysthcm.com
1y ago
Discussing urinary incontinence with OBGYN Victoria Wheeler OBGYN Victoria Wheeler understands that many women don’t like to talk about problems with urination and leakage. She says, “Urinary incontinence can be a difficult topic for patients to discuss, but it is very treatable with nonsurgical means.” Losing bladder control or leaking urine affects two times as many women as men. Menopause, pregnancy and childbirth are all events that affect not only women’s bladders but their other pelvic organs. The problem is more common in women aged 65 and older, but women of any age may develop urinary ..read more
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Heavy Menstrual Bleeding
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by jynjer@catalysthcm.com
1y ago
Learning about heavy menstrual bleeding with Austin OBGYN Dr. Wheeler Do you have heavy menstrual bleeding and wonder if it’s normal? Dr. Wheeler is here to help you learn more about the symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatment of the condition, also known as menorrhagia. What causes heavy menstrual bleeding? Many different issues cause heavy menstrual bleeding. About one-third of women experience this problem at some time. According to Dr. Wheeler, “Structural issues like polyps, uterine fibroids, endometrial cancer and adenomyosis, a condition where uterine tissue that normally lines the ut ..read more
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An Integrative Approach to Menopause
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by jynjer@catalysthcm.com
1y ago
Dr. Biller explains what an integrative approach to menopause looks like Emily Biller MD is a highly trained Austin OBGYN who uses all available resources to help her patients deal with menopause. In addition to evidence-based medicine, she employs an integrative approach to menopause to help patients find remedies to manage the symptoms of menopause. During her residency, Dr. Biller completed a 200-hour course through the University of Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine. She explains, “Completing this program was important to me because an integrative approach helps treat patients mo ..read more
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Meet Emily Biller MD
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by jynjer@catalysthcm.com
1y ago
Get acquainted with Dr. Emily Biller, an accomplished and caring Austin OBGYN Dr. Emily Biller dedicates herself to providing excellent patient care while getting to know the women she treats. According to Dr. Biller, “I believe treating patients is a privilege. The doctor-patient relationship has the potential to become one of the strongest bonds because of the vulnerability and trust that is built over time.” Emily Biller MD likes to educate her patients so that they can share in the decision-making. “I believe knowledge is power. As your physician, it is my job to make sure that you have a ..read more
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It’s National Breastfeeding Month
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by jynjer@catalysthcm.com
1y ago
Celebrate National Breastfeeding Month with breastfeeding tips from our Austin OBGYNs August is National Breastfeeding Month, but our Austin OBGYNs celebrate nursing all year. Breast milk offers the perfect nutrition for your baby. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommends breastfeeding exclusively for the first six months while continuing to nurse for the next six months or more after introducing solid foods. National Breastfeeding Month is the perfect time to discuss the benefits of nursing Breast milk is easily digestible and has all the nutrients your baby needs. A ..read more
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Pelvic Pain Causes
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by jynjer@catalysthcm.com
1y ago
Our Austin OBGYNs talk about pelvic pain causes and treating pelvic pain Women experience pelvic pain in different ways. The pain may exist in one small area of the pelvis or involve the entire abdominal area. Some women experience cramping or pain that becomes worse when they move or during urination, bowel movements or sexual intercourse. There are many pelvic pain causes. Thankfully, our Austin OBGYNs are experts at diagnosing and treating pelvic pain to help women feel better and improve their quality of life. All about the different pelvic pain causes Acute pelvic pain happens suddenly, a ..read more
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Managing Menopause Symptoms in the Summer
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by jynjer@catalysthcm.com
1y ago
It’s a heatwave! Tips for managing menopause symptoms in the summer Dreading summer heat and humidity? Worried that your hot flashes will get worse and make daily life unbearable? Relax and let our Austin ObGyns guide you through managing menopause symptoms in the summer. From hot flashes to getting a good night’s sleep, we have advice. Cool down tips to help manage your hot flashes Hot flashes are a common menopause symptom. These sudden bouts of heat can start during perimenopause and last for several years after menopause. Hot flashes last anywhere from a few seconds to several minutes. So ..read more
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Why Pap Smears Matter
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by jynjer@catalysthcm.com
1y ago
Learn why Pap smears matter as part of cervical cancer screening and prevention Many women remember when a Pap smear was a routine part of their annual wellness exam. Current guidelines only require Pap smears every three years now for most women, and this may confuse patients or make them wonder if the screening test is still necessary. Our Austin OBGYNs are here to explain why pap smears matter. Early detection is the main reason Pap smears matter The main reason Pap smears matter is that early detection saves lives. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, cervical cance ..read more
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Tips for Choosing an OBGYN
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by jynjer@catalysthcm.com
1y ago
Our Austin OBGYNs share their top tips for choosing an OBGYN Choosing an OBGYN is a very personal decision. You need to feel comfortable enough with your physician to share confidential concerns and intimate physical issues. Our Austin OBGYNs are here to offer you some helpful tips about what to look for in an OBGYN. Practical advice for choosing an OBGYN First things first. Let’s get the practical considerations out of the way. Does the physician take your insurance? Does the office have evening and weekend hours if you need them? Is the location convenient for you? Which services are availa ..read more
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National Infertility Awareness Week
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by jynjer@catalysthcm.com
2y ago
Our Austin OBGYNs support National Infertility Awareness Week National Infertility Awareness Week is April 24-30 this year. Our Austin OBGYNs support this event that educates those who have trouble getting pregnant, the public and lawmakers about infertility. One in eight couples will have problems conceiving, with 7.4 million women receiving infertility services in their lifetime. These statistics tell an important story about the need for infertility awareness and treatment. National Infertility Awareness Week supports women facing infertility One of the goals of this awareness week is to “c ..read more
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