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Ultrasound Testing: How It Benefits Your Health Jun 15th, 2020

Though most women associate an ultrasound with pregnancy, that’s not the only reason you may benefit from the noninvasive imaging test. Ultrasound testing is an invaluable tool that provides a lot of information about your gynecological health. At Eve Medical of Miami, our women’s health specialists are devoted to providing...

Should You Get Tested for STDs? Apr 29th, 2020

Did you know approximately one million sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are acquired across the globe every day? In the United States alone, more than 20 million new cases of STDs are reported each year, with 50% of those striking teenagers and young adults under 25.   Even though STDs are incredibly...

10 Tips for Coping with Menopause Apr 15th, 2020

Menopause is a normal stage of a woman’s life and marks the end of her fertility. But for some women, the months or years leading up to menopause may cause symptoms that significantly affect their quality of life.  Though we can’t stop menopause, our gynecology experts at Eve Medical of...

The Importance of Good Counseling When It Comes to Women's Health Mar 6th, 2020

When it comes to your health and wellness needs, you’re not alone if you struggle when deciding what choices are best for you. But you don’t have to make difficult decisions on your own. When it comes to women’s health, good counseling is essential and empowers you to make well-informed...

Understanding Fetal Anomalies Feb 13th, 2020

One out of every 33 babies born in the United States has a birth defect, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Though birth defects may vary in severity, they are the leading cause of infant death in the US.  Finding out that your baby has a life-threatening...

What Are My Birth Control Options? Jan 10th, 2020

You have many choices when it comes to birth control, and with the new year upon us, it’s a good time to evaluate your options. But with so many contraceptive options out there -- from condoms to implants to pills -- choosing what’s best for you can be overwhelming.  At...

What Every Woman Should Know About HPV Dec 3rd, 2019

HPV (human papillomavirus) is the most common sexually transmitted disease in the United States. It’s so common that the majority of sexually active men and women (roughly 80%, according to statistics) will contract HPV at some point in their lives.  There are many different strains of HPV, and it can...

What to Expect After a Surgical Abortion Nov 22nd, 2019

In-clinic, or surgical, abortions are a safe, effective way to end a pregnancy. If you come to Eve Medical of Miami for a surgical abortion, you’ll undergo one of two kinds. An early suction appointment is performed from week 4-5 from your last menstrual period up until week 7. This...

How to Choose the Right Birth Control for You Oct 23rd, 2019

A birth control option that works perfectly for your best friend might not be the right choice for you. And with so many options to choose from, finding the right birth control can be confusing and overwhelming. In addition to preventing unwanted pregnancies, there are other considerations to keep in...

5 Ways to Lower Your Risk for Breast Cancer Sep 18th, 2019

One in eight American women will develop breast cancer. Breast cancer is the second most common cancer diagnosis in women after skin cancer. Recent advancements in research and cancer treatments mean that more and more women are beating breast cancer, but treatment is still most effective when the cancer is...

How a Medical and Surgical Abortion Differ Aug 29th, 2019

If you’re facing an unplanned pregnancy, you’re not alone: millions of women in the United States deal with unintended pregnancies every year. Although many women decide to carry an unexpected pregnancy to term, an estimated two in five women choose to end their pregnancy with either a medical or surgical...

We now offer our patients the IUD for long acting contraception. Aug 18th, 2019

The IUD (intra-uterine device) is a small flexible, plastic medical apparatus. The IUD is placed inside the uterus by our Doctor in the office. It provides long-term protection from pregnancy for up to 5 to 10 years, depending on the type. IUDs are a very popular option because there is...