Gynecologic cancers develop in or around the female reproductive organs. These cancers include: Cervical cancer, Ovarian cancer, Uterine cancer, Vaginal cancer, Vulvar cancer.

A drug screen (also called a drug test) is the collection and analysis of blood, urine, hair, saliva, or nails to detect the presence of the chemicals and contaminants left behind in the body due to drug use.

The term "male menopause" has been used to describe decreasing testosterone levels related to aging. Hormone changes in men are different than in women.

The promotion of health and prevention of disease is a proactive way to care for yourself. Preventive services such as physicals are used to assess the status of your overall health.

The annual gynecological exam, often referred to as an annual well-woman visit, is a yearly preventative and diagnostic exam that monitors any ongoing physical and hormonal conditions.

Anyone who’s sexually active, doesn’t want to get pregnant, and hasn’t gone through menopause should consider birth control. We provide contraception to a variety of patients.

Your provider at Aria Health and Wellness may recommend hormone replacement therapy (HRT) when your menopause symptoms make getting through daily life difficult.

Menopause is caused by a decrease of the functionality of the ovaries, resulting in the ovaries no longer producing eggs and decreased production of the hormones estrogen and progesterone.

Osteoporosis, which means porous bone, occurs when your bones become weak and fragile. This bone-thinning leads to fractures, especially in the hip, spine, or wrist.

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