The providers at Steward Medical Group Women’s Health Associates and Fetal Diagnostic Center are available for all of your women’s health care needs. Join us for our grand opening celebration on Saturday, Aug. 4 in Gilbert where you and your family can:
Tour our new location.
Enjoy complimentary Culver’s frozen custard with your favorite toppings.
Enjoy a complimentary chair massage.
Have your face painted or learn some tricks from a magician, and
Meet our providers who are with you every step of the way.
Dr. Minasha Purohit speaks about women taking charge of their health and how they can start by joining Tempe St. Luke’s Hospital on Thursday November 9 from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. for their Women’s Services Open House.
What’s normal? It’s the question that sits in the back of most everyone’s mind – whether the topic’s a salary or an exercise habit. Normalcy is the baseline against which we measure ourselves in all departments. It makes sense that so many women seeking infertility treatment here in Mesa and Tempe want to know, “When’s the right time – the normal time – to get professional care?” [continue reading…]
The CDC estimates there are around 6.7 million women between the ages of 15 and 44 with “impaired fecundity,” or – in other words – the “impaired ability to get pregnant or carry a baby to term.” This large number represents nearly 11 percent of all women in that age group in the United States. Given the complexity of the human reproductive system (in both women and men), it can sometimes seem like the number of possible causes of infertility can approach this daunting figure. [continue reading…]
Every year, thousands of women undergo hysterectomy (the surgical removal of the uterus). As surgical technologies rapidly develop and spread across the United States, many women elect to have a minimally invasive robotic hysterectomy. [continue reading…]
Your mother, sister, or girlfriends may have given you some idea of what you can expect with regards to menopause symptoms. But, if you’re like many women, the topic of perimenopause rarely comes up. Instead, perimenopause and menopause are lumped together into one phase of life when, really, they’re two distinct stages. [continue reading…]
In recent years, it has been an almost daily occurrence for new medical studies to hit the mainstream news and stir up worry and anxiety. The latest “bad news” for patients demonstrates a correlation between long-term birth control use (3 years or more) and glaucoma. [continue reading…]