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How to Test for Infertility: Your Complete Guide to Getting Started

Fertility treatment is a journey often filled with mixed emotions. However, equipping yourself with knowledge is an empowering step forward.…

What is Adenomyosis? What Women Need to Know.

Adenomyosis is not as well-known as other conditions that affect women’s reproductive systems, though the pain women experience can be…

Hormone Replacement Therapy for Menopause: Does It Work?

Menopause is a natural biological process associated with aging, and onset begins between 45 and 60 for most women. Symptoms…

What to Expect At Your First Gynecologist Appointment

For many women, the thought of an appointment with a new OBGYN can be nerve-wracking. Still, if you have a…

How to Find the Best OB-GYN

In my experience, many young women deserve to know more about the practice of obstetrics and gynecology and what to…

5 Reasons to Get an IUD

It can be overwhelming to decide which form of birth control is the right one for your body and lifestyle.…

Infertility Treatment: 4 Options

For many, having a baby is a dream come true. And for some, having a baby may feel like a…

5 of the Earliest Signs of Pregnancy

Whether you have been trying to get pregnant for days, weeks, or months, the chances are that you are on…

Why Endometriosis Doesn’t Have To Control Your Life

Endometriosis is a relatively common condition, affecting approximately two million women in the United Kingdom. It is a chronic condition…

Why Prenatal Vitamins are Essential to a Healthy Pregnancy

Anyone who is thinking about becoming pregnant or has just found out they are pregnant should be taking a prenatal…

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For three decades, Plaza OB/GYN has provided Houston women unparalleled care from our nationally renowned doctors, creating a safe and nurturing environment for gynecological and obstetrics care.


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