We are pleased to announce that Dr. Laura Sanchez-Alsina has been named partner at Partners In Women’s Health. Dr. Laura Alsina-Sanchez is a patient-focused provider who emphasizes building relationships with her patients and works towards creating a personalized treatment plan. She practices as an OB-GYN at Partners in Women’s Health. She works towards building a…

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UPDATED OFFICE PROTOCOL (11/5/20) We are asking all patients to come alone and wear a mask. All new patients need to do their paperwork prior to coming to the office. Any existing patients that have a change of information or insurance also need to do their paperwork before coming to the office. Due to Covid-19…

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Nancy Galyon, ARNP recently answered some common questions we have been getting from our patients about the Gardisil vaccine.   What is the Gardasil vaccine? The Gardasil vaccine for the prevention of the human papilloma virus (HPV) has been available for adolescent and young adult girls in the United States since 2006, and more recently for…

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There has been a lot of press recently about the human papilloma virus, or HPV.  Some of it has been good, while some of it less than accurate. So, let’s talk briefly about HPV. HPV is a virus that can infect people.  Upwards of 80% of both women and men will contract this virus at…

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We are excited to welcome Dr. Laura Alsina-Sanchez to our practice! Dr. Laura Alsina-Sanchez is a patient-focused provider who emphasizes building relationships with her patients and works towards creating a personalized treatment plan. Dr. Alsina-Sanchez attended the University of Miami, where she received her medical degree. She pursued her residency in obstetrics and gynecology at…

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What is Perimenopause? It’s the change women go through, as hormone levels start to decline. This can take up to two years. During this time, many patients might start developing symptoms, and periods can become irregular until they completely stop altogether. Eventually, the declining hormone levels will result in the cessation of menses, which is known…

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What is BRCA? BRCA refers to a gene, and the abbreviation stands for “The Breast Cancer Gene”. When patients are referred to as BRCA positive, this generally means they have a mutation of the BRCA gene. Patients with the BRCA gene have a much higher risk of developing breast and ovarian cancer than the general…

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When are you due? When you are pregnant, a certain date becomes very important. It is a date you plan things around, and a date that you know will change everything. Traditionally due dates are calculated by last menstrual period. But now, doctors have new guidelines to ensure that women are receiving the most accurate…

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