Women's Health Conditions

Our UK HealthCare womens health providers help with the diagnosis and treatment of several health issues that affect women. We see women at every age and stage of life to assess risk factors for disease, provide valuable screenings and counseling, and help patients manage any preexisting conditions. Youll feel at home with our trusted OB-GYN team, whose goal is to offer patient-centered, compassionate care at every visit, while working with you to meet your treatment goals. 

Some common womens medical conditions we treat include:

  • Abnormal vaginal discharge, which can be a sign of several different health issues
  • Breast health issues, including fibromas, cancerous or noncancerous cysts or infection    
  • Chlamydia, a sexually transmitted infection that can cause damage to a womens reproductive system if not detected quickly    
  • Decreased libido, also called low sex drive, which can be a result of numerous conditions, such as menopause or depression
  • Endometriosis, a painful condition that occurs when a tissue similar to your uterine lining grows outside the uterus    
  • Gonorrhea, a common sexually transmitted disease that leads to infections in the genitals, buttocks or throat
  • Herpes, a common sexually transmitted disease that cannot be cured, but can be managed effectively with medication
  • Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), a virus that attacks the cells that keep your body healthy and infection-free
  • Human papillomavirus (HPV), a common sexually transmitted infection that can lead to genital warts or cancer if not properly treated
  • Infertility, the inability to get pregnant, which can often be reversed with advanced treatments and therapies
  • Menstrual disorders, including premenstrual syndrome and abnormal or heavy uterine bleeding
  • Ovarian cysts, small cysts on the ovaries that either cause no symptoms, or dull and sharp aches in your abdomen
  • Painful intercourse, which can point to a problem such as ovarian cysts or endometriosis
  • Polycystic ovarian syndrome, an imbalance of reproductive hormones that can cause infertility and ovarian cysts
  • Syphilis, a sexually transmitted infection that appears as sores and can be easily passed to an unborn baby
  • Urinary tract infection (UTI), a painful bacterial infection that makes it hurt to go to the bathroom
  • Uterine fibroids, noncancerous growths in the muscle tissue of the uterus that can cause pain, abnormal bleeding and, in rare cases, become cancerous
  • Vaginitis. Antibiotic usage, hormone level changes, douching and infection can affect the balance of yeast and bacteria in the vagina, resulting in vaginitis.