No, Your Heavy Period is Not Toxic

No, Your Heavy Period is Not Toxic

Your period may be a pain, but is it toxic? A number of “health” bloggers are making outrageous claims about your monthly cycle – saying that heavy periods are caused by too many toxins in the body. By following a certain diet, they say, you can achieve light, unnoticeable, and worry-free periods (or no periods at all). At The Woman’s …

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Top 8 Reasons to Talk to Your OB-GYN About Family Planning

Deciding if, when, or how you’re going to start a family is a big deal – and a visit to your OB-GYN can be a valuable resource. In Queens and Nassau, our team at The Woman’s Health Pavilion specializes in helping women understand their options for family planning. We will provide insightful education and support to get you started on …

Best of Long Island - The Woman's Health Pavilion

What It Means to Be the Best

For the 6th consecutive year, Long Islanders have voted The Woman’s Health Pavilion as the Best OB-GYN/Obstetrics and Gynecology Practice on Long Island. This award comes from the 2018 Bethpage Best of LI contest and honors the “best, top-notch businesses and services” throughout Nassau County and Suffolk County. This award is especially meaningful because the winners are chosen by people …

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Top Reasons to See Your OB-GYN/Gynecologist Every Year

In the United States, women follow a variety of schedules for check-ups with their regular physicians. You may see your dentist every six months, your eye doctor once a year, and your primary care physician once a year for an check up. Is it important to see your OB-GYN/gynecologist every year for an annual well-woman visit? In the past, the …

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Perimenopause or Menopause? How to Tell.

One of the most common questions we get asked at our OB/GYN practice on Long Island is, “Am I in perimenopause or menopause?” This question often comes up when a patient is having symptoms of menopause, but is still having periods. To understand the difference between the two, let’s take a closer look. Perimenopause vs. Menopause Perimenopause: Menopause doesn’t happen …