Answers to Questions All Women Want To Know, But Are Too Afraid To Ask

WellHealth Medical Group is an integrated network of doctors, nurses and medical specialists ready to provide the best in health care. While regular checkups are recommended, information is also important to maintaining overall good health.

Paul Tomasic, M.D.Paul Tomasic, M.D.
FAQs: What options do I have to prevent my pre-diabetes from progressing?
FAQ: If I have type 1 diabetes, what is the likelihood I would pass that to my children?

Teresa Charniga, M.D., Primary Care Teresa Charniga, M.D., Primary Care
FAQs: My daughter is 14 and thinks she is too old to see a pediatrician. Can I bring her to a primary care doctor?
FAQ: What is the difference between the common cold and the flu?
FAQ: What diseases am I at a higher risk for around the age of 50?

Stephen Montoya, M.D., OB/GYNStephen Montoya, M.D., OB/GYN
FAQ:What are the causes of an abnormal pap smear?
FAQ: How can I prevent urinary tract infections (UTIs)?

Yarini Quezada, M.D. UrogynecologyYarini Quezada, M.D. Urogynecology
FAQ: What are the early signs of a prolapsed bladder?
FAQ: Are there any options for vaginal atrophy?
FAQ: How effective are Kegel exercises for my pelvic floor?
FAQ: What causes urinary incontinence?

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