Women's Health

A woman’s health concerns will change with her age and development. Women’s health concerns can vary from reproductive concerns, to cancer to mental health.

All Women's Health Posts
by our physicians
By Dr. John Hamby
Fibroadenomas commonly occur in girls and women under the age of 30. Learn more about fibroadenomas and what they mean for your health.
Topics and Subtopics: Cancer & Women's Health

By Dr. Thimm
Sometimes tiny spots can be found on your mammogram called calcifications. Learn more about breast calcifications.
Topics and Subtopics: Cancer & Women's Health

By Dr. Thimm
Many people know about mammograms, but there are additional tools that aid in detecting breast cancer if something suspicious is found.
Topics and Subtopics: Cancer, Women's Health & Diagnostic Testing

By DuPage Medical Group Surgery
Some topics may be embarrassing to talk about, even with your doctor. Learn about a few common nipple issues including nipple inversion and nipple discharge.
Topics and Subtopics: Cancer & Women's Health

By DuPage Medical Group Radiology
Have you recently scheduled your 20-week pregnancy ultrasound? Learn what happens prior to and during your ultrasound.
Topics and Subtopics: Pregnancy, Radiology & Women's Health

By DuPage Medical Group High Risk Breast Clinic
Certain family history factors can increase your risk of developing breast cancer. Learn more about what factors you should be aware of.
Topics and Subtopics: Cancer & Women's Health

By DuPage Medical Group Radiology
Learn more about the latest advancement in breast cancer screening.
Topics and Subtopics: Cancer, Radiology & Women's Health

By DuPage Medical Group Radiology
Knowing what to expect can help through any new experience. Read our First Timers Guide to a screening mammogram.

By DuPage Medical Group
Why do you screen? Our doctors share their reasons for screening to remind each of us why a yearly mammogram should be on your to-do list.
Topics and Subtopics: Cancer, Diagnostic Testing & Women's Health

By DuPage Medical Group Urology
Talking about pelvic issues can be embarrassing. Here are the questions you should ask and information you will need to provide when talking about pelvic floor disorders.
Topics and Subtopics: Bladder Health & Women's Health

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