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Ways to Reduce Nausea During Pregnancy

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Nausea and vomiting are two of the most frequent pregnancy concerns we hear about during prenatal appointments. 
Nausea in Pregnancy: What to Expect
It's no fun feeling sick while pregnant, but unfortunately most pregnant women will experience nausea at one point or another. In fact, nausea and vomiting affects nearly 80% of all pregnant women.

In many instances, nausea and vomiting cease to be a problem by the 16th week of pregnancy, when women are entering their fifth month of pregn...

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Cervical Health Awareness Month

January is Cervical Health Awareness Month.
This month is cervical health awareness month. We wanted to take the opportunity explain the importance of routine screening to protect against cervical cancer.

Did you know that during the 1960s and 1970s cervical cancer was the number one cause of cancer-related death for women in the United States? Fortunately, early detection and improved medical treatment have improved dramatically over the last 50 years, and have helped to reduce the number...

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When to Worry About Spotting During Pregnancy

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Discovering bleeding or spotting during pregnancy, at any time from conception to your due date, can cause anxiety and concern.  If you're pregnant and have any concerns about bleeding (or anything else) please call our office, no matter the time of night or day.  We're here for you!

Just here looking for information to be prepared?  Read on information about spotting during pregnancy and what you need to know.  If you have additional questions, call us at (970) 419-1111, or ask about th...

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World AIDS Day & Women

World AIDS Day - Red Ribbon

December 1st is World AIDS Day and to commemorate this important day for public health awareness we wanted to share with you some of the latest data about the current state of HIV/AIDS in women.

Fast Facts About Women and HIV/AIDS

Women make up 25% of all people living with HIV in the US.
Of these women, most HIV/AIDS diagnoses are attributed to heterosexual sex.
For women, the annual number of HIV/AIDS diagnoses is in decline.

Although the HIV/AIDS diagnosis among women has d...

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What To Do if Sex is Uncomfortable

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You may be surprised to learn that for women, pain during sex is a common occurrence, with nearly 75% of all women experience some form of pain during intercourse at some point in their lives.  According to the 2009 National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior, 30% of women reported pain during their last sexual encounter.

Experiencing pain during intercourse is not the result of “doing something wrong,” and often can be the sign of a medical, gynecological issue. By speaking with ...

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This Season Give Yourself Something Beautiful: A New You

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Let Dr. Skorberg Help You Look 10 Years Younger
Join us at A Woman's Healing Center's office for a holiday aesthetics party on Wednesday, December 6th from 4:30-6 p.m..  Learn more about our aesthetics treatments that will help you look as young as you feel, and be your best self before the busy holiday season.  Book services during the party and get exclusive discounts.
Even Santa Can’t Offer Savings This Great!
15 Percent Off

All laser treatments
All fillers
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Signs of Postpartum Depression

postpartum depression

Pregnancy and giving birth unleash a stream of powerful emotions. These feelings can range from excitement and happiness to anxiety and nervousness. Another emotion you may experience after delivering your child is sadness or depression. This is completely normal!  Postpartum depression isn't the result of anything you have done wrong, and with proper treatment, you can feel better.

Symptoms of postpartum depression
Many new mothers experience postpartum depression after childbirth, with ...

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Wishing the Best for Dr. Worford

Dr. Cherie Worford

It's with both sadness and excitement for Dr. Cherie Worford, that we announce she has accepted a position in student health at Colorado State University.  This new position will give Dr. Worford a set schedule to spend regular time with her family (plus, she’s always been a big Rams fan!).

Last week, we held an office going away party for her, but luckily, she's not going far enough to be missed!  Although she won’t be seeing patients in our office any longer, we're pleased to ann...

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Positions for Successful Breastfeeding

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Breastfeeding can create a deep bond between a mother and her baby. However, it may take a little time, and experimentation, to find a breastfeeding position that is mutually beneficial for both of you. When you and your baby are well aligned and comfortable, your nipples will stay healthy, and your baby can feed most efficiently - allowing both of you to feel your best and enjoy the time together. Here are a few basic steps to find the feeding position that works best.
Basic Tips for Comforta...

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The Who, What, Where, When, Why & How of Laser Skin Resurfacing

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The latest technological advancements in laser resurfacing are providing easier and faster ways for women to improve the tone, texture, and pigmentation of their skin. When used in consultation with a qualified medical professional, laser resurfacing will not only tighten sagging skin, decrease facial lines, and improve its texture, but it can also reduce the appearance of scars and pigmentation due to age or unprotected sun exposure.

Laser Resurfacing Technologies:
Two of the most commonl...

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