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African American Women and Fibroids

African-American Women More Likely to Have Fibroids, Less Likely to Have Minimally-Invasive Surgery

African American women are more likely to have uterine fibroids, but are also less likely to have minimally-invasive fibroid treatments. Learn more.

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Tubal Litigation - Tubes Tied

Grappling With Tubal Ligation in a Post-Roe v. Wade World

Since the overturning of Roe v. Wade, women's health centers are seeing a spike in questions about sterilization. Learn more about this permanent option.

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Family Medical History

Why Is Your Family Health History Worth Knowing?

Recent studies show many people don't know their family health history. Why is family health history important and how does it impact your own healthcare?

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Uterine Transplant

Can a Uterine Transplant Be From a Deceased Donor? Yes, It Can!

Successful uterus transplants have been performed using brain-dead donors. Soon, more naturally infertile women will be able to carry healthy pregnancies!

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Sex After Hysterectomy

Can you still have an orgasm after a hysterectomy? Yes!

Before a hysterectomy, it's common to worry about the impact on your sex life. Worry not! Sex after hysterectomy may even be better than before.

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Laparoscopic vs Robotic Surgery

Our laparoscopic surgery vs robotic surgery: which is best for women’s surgeries?

Which is best for gynecology surgery: laparoscopic surgery or robotic surgery? Our outpatient hysterectomy experts weigh in on the differences.

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