5 Signs of Abnormal Periods

During your childbearing years, you can expect to get your menstrual period approximately every month for about five days when you aren’t pregnant. If your period often deviates from this pattern, your period might be abnormal. Abnormal periods don’t always mean...

The Importance of Gynecological Care

From adolescence to menopause and beyond, women have medical needs that are unique to them.  Visiting a general medical practice can meet some of your health needs as a woman, but only board-certified gynecologists like Julie Madejski, MD, have specialized knowledge...

Help for Your Hot Flashes

Hot flashes are the No. 1 symptom women experience during menopause, impacting over two-thirds of women going through perimenopause or menopause. They’re not dangerous, but hot flashes can cause troublesome symptoms like inconvenient, uncontrollable sweating....