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Use It or Lose It! 14 Things You Never Knew Were an Eligible Flexible Benefit Spending Expense

This crazy year of 2020 is slowly but surely drawing to a close. That means that approximately 35 million Americans who open Flexible Spending Accounts (commonly referred to as FSAs) have just a few months left to spend the money…

July is Fibroids Awareness Month – Here’s What You Need to Know

July is Fibroids Awareness Month, and if you need a reason to care, consider these statistics:  Fibroids are the leading cause of hysterectomies in the United States. It’s estimated that 70-80 percent of American women will develop these benign tumors…

What You Can Learn from Gabrielle Union’s Struggle with Adenomyosis

47-year old actress Gabrielle Union revealed in her book We’re Going to Need More Wine, that she had suffered “eight or nine miscarriages,” struggling to conceive with husband Dwayne Wade. “For three years, my body has been a prisoner of…

Fibroids Grew Back After UFE? Stop – It Could Be a Misconception: Here’s Why

Uterine fibroid embolization (UFE) is a nonsurgical procedure that provides long-term symptom relief for women with uterine fibroids. As a first-line therapy for fibroids, it controls fibroid symptoms over time by blocking the blood supply to the fibroids, causing them…

Leaving Your Home to Visit Our Office? Stay Safe with These Tips

As Governor Cuomo’s recent health memo states, women’s health services are considered essential during this time. If you plan on traveling to our office, here are some preventative measures you can take to ensure that your commute is as safe…

10 Signs Your Period is Abnormal (And What to Do About It)

Periods. They’re every woman’s least favorite visitor, and no matter how “prepared” we ought to be for their arrival, they still find a way to make life uniquely unpleasant. However, as uncomfortable as periods are, their symptoms are usually manageable…

What’s the Difference Between Fibroids and Adenomyosis?

If you suffer from painful, heavy periods that interfere with your everyday activities, an underlying menstrual condition could be to blame. Two of the most common causes of significant pain and excessive bleeding are fibroids and adenomyosis. Keep reading to…

When a Hysterectomy Isn’t an Option, Consider These 4 Uterus-Sparing Fibroid Treatment Alternatives

If you’ve been diagnosed with uterine fibroids and have been delaying seeking treatment, you’re not alone. According to research conducted by consulting firm Harris Interactive, women with fibroids wait three 1/2 years on average before seeking treatment. Significant concerns over…

Sexual and Reproductive Health Services Are Essential During the Covid-19 Public Health Emergency

On April 7, the New York State Department of Health issued a new guidance document stating that the Department considers sexual and reproductive health services as essential during this time.  What to know  These services include but are not limited…

Taking care of you as we stay safe during the Coronavirus response

We’re here for you because you’re a part of our family. As we have all seen, it has been a rough time for many in the world and within our own community these past few weeks. Now that the Coronavirus…