When you are pregnant, you probably notice the fatigue, shortness of breath, and light-headedness that can sometimes overcome you. Did you know that these symptoms are caused by changes in your heart and blood vessels?
The fourth trimester, the six-to-12 weeks after the baby is born, is an important time in both the baby’s development and the mother’s health that is largely ignored.
Many women ask if having a hysterectomy will send them into menopause early, however, the answer isn’t a simple yes or no.
As a woman starts to enter middle age, they start to think about menopause and when it will affect them. Menopause is a normal, natural event. Most women start to enter menopause in their 40s and 50s, but the age can vary.
Three physicians from UPMC Susquehanna were recently named as Top Physicians Under 40 by the Pennsylvania Medical Society.
Like so many others, Diane was suffering in silence.
UPMC Susquehanna welcomes Olamide Kolade, MD, MPH, obstetrician gynecologist to SH OB-GYN in Williamsport.
Nurse midwives at UPMC Susquehanna recently celebrated an important milestone – 40 years of providing care and services in Williamsport.
Ten little fingers, ten little toes. Boy or girl? Nobody knows… except the OB/GYN providers at UPMC Susquehanna. To add to the excitement of finding out a baby’s gender, expecting parents now receive a special gender reveal gift during their 20 week ultra
Each year, nearly 89,000 women in the United States are diagnosed with a type of gynecologic cancer, also known as reproductive cancer.
UPMC Susquehanna welcomes gynecologic oncologists John T. Comerci, MD, and Brian C. Orr, MD, to the OB/GYN team.