Women’s Health Information
Cumming Women’s Center located in Forsyth County, Georgia, considers you as a whole person. Each aspect of your life (physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual) is important to us. Our medical professionals and Patient Care Advocates will work with you on an individual basis to determine how we can best meet your needs. Below you will find blog posts that address different aspects of your health. Call or click to request your appointment today.
Why am I having painful sex?
Why am I having painful sex? Is it normal for sex to always hurt? What does it mean when sex hurts? What causes pain after sex? Many women ask a variation of this question at some point in their lives. [...]
Did you know that around 50% of all pregnancies in the United States are unplanned according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC)? No wonder many pregnant women find themselves overwhelmed and confused. Knowing your options is a good place [...]
Proper Vaginal Hygiene
Having proper vaginal hygiene can go a long way to warding off infections, especially bacterial vaginosis and yeast infections. Listed below are tips for vaginal care. Your perineal area (your external vaginal tissue) should be washed with warm water only. [...]
How Early Can I Take a Pregnancy Test?
If you have had unprotected sex and are anxiously waiting to see if your period is going to start, you are probably wondering how soon can I take a pregnancy test? Home pregnancy tests may state that you can take [...]
Does this mean I’m pregnant??
If you have missed your period, gained weight, been having cravings, noticed your breasts are bigger, or been having morning sickness, you are probably wondering if you are pregnant. You may be thinking you need to take a pregnancy test. [...]
Do I have a vaginal infection?
Do I have a vaginal infection? Why am I having this discharge? What is normal discharge supposed to look like? All of these are good questions when you have concerns! Learn about the signs that your discharge could be a problem and when to make an appointment with your healthcare provider.