High Risk Pregnancies
These are just some of the reasons why pregnancy would be considered high-risk, but there are many others as well. As a board-certified Obstetrician, Dr Jones has the training and experience to provide you and your unborn baby with the absolute best and most up-to-date care possible.
As Gillette, Wyoming’s top prenatal clinic, we recognize how exciting this time in your life is for you and want to make it special and unforgettable. We also understand that questions and worries come up frequently during pregnancy, so you need a women’s prenatal care facility where you feel at ease and a team that is aware of and sympathetic to your requirements. We work hard at Associates in Women’s Health to fulfill and beyond your expectations. We are the go-to pregnancy clinic in Gillette for full prenatal care. Dr. Jones and his colleagues are the ideal choice to handle all of your pregnancy needs due to their training at one of the top obstetrical programs in the nation and years of expertise.
We aim to treat you like family throughout your pregnancy by personalizing your treatment to meet your specific needs and adopting an open-door policy that makes it simple for you to contact us with any worries or queries you might have. Call us at (307) 682-4664 to set up your prenatal visit and care; we consider it an honor to be trusted with your pregnancy’s care.
Chronic Pelvic Pain
Chronic pelvic pain is defined as pelvic pain that lasts for a minimum of six months. It can be…
- Periodic (occurring during your period) or non-periodic (occurring at any point in your cycle)
- Constant or intermittent
- With pain during sexual intercourse (especially with deep penetration)
You may also experience other symptoms, such as increased menstruation and discomfort when emptying the bladder or passing solid waste.
Abnormal Uterine Bleeding
Abnormal uterine bleeding is characterized as severe, atypical, or prolonged. This includes exceptionally heavy or prolonged menstruation, bleeding at sporadic intervals, or bleeding which occurs during your period.
Urinary incontinence is losing control of your bladder. This can range from the release of only a small amount of urine after coughing, squeezing, or laughing to complete loss of control. Urinary incontinence is a common but treatable problem with many natural causes. Stress urine incontinence can be effectively and permanently treated by mid-urethral sling surgery. Compared to other therapies, these procedures are simpler to carry out, require less time for recuperation, and have less problems. Associates in Women’s Health is prepared to assist if you are dealing with urinary incontinence.
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Associates In Women’s Health Is Committed To Helping You
Is it urgent? Contact our office to schedule an appointment!
Is it REALLY urgent? Call 911.