Breast Cancer Recovery
The team at Alexandria Women's Center is here to help you during your Breast Cancer Recovery. Schedule a consultation with one of our physicians today.
Learn more about Detecting and Treating Breast Problems.
Patient education and pregnancy prevention counseling and help you choose birth control methods appropriate for you.
Learn more about Birth Control
Menopause and Post Menopause Management
Women approaching menopause may experience some or none of the following classic symptoms due to decreasing levels of estrogen: Irregular menstrual cycles, Hot flashes, Night sweats, Anxiety, Interrupted sleep or insomnia, Headaches, Loss of concentration or memory, Vaginal dryness, Loss of interest in sex, Urinary incontinence, Mood swings, Dizziness. Alexandria Women's Center can help your menopausal and post menopausal symptoms. As a certified BioTE® practitioner, we offer hormone pellet therapy to help women in Alexandria balance their hormones naturally.
Learn more about Biote® Hormone Replacement Therapy
Osteoporosis Screening And Treatment
Screening using Bone densitometry, a very simple and painless method of measuring bone mass by use of X-ray technology.
Learn more about Patient Preparation for Bone Densitometry
Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery
One of the most significant recent events is the recognition of pelvic reconstructive surgery/urogynecology as an important subspecialty. The population of postmenopausal women is increasing, and our physicians are on the cutting edge of surgical technology.
If you are interested in starting a family in the near future, Alexandria Women's Center can help. Schedule a consultation today to discuss your medical history and ways to prime your body for pregnancy.
Learn more about Good Health Before Pregnancy: Preconceptional Care
Premenopausal Health Care
Menopause is defined as the absence of menstrual periods for 1 year. The average age of menopause is 51 years, but the normal range is 45 years to 55 years.
The years leading up to this point are called perimenopause. This term means "around menopause." This phase can last for up to 10 years. During perimenopause, shifts in hormone levels can affect ovulation and cause changes in the menstrual cycle. Although the menstrual period may become irregular during perimenopause, you should be alert for abnormal bleeding, which can signal a problem not related to perimenopause. Signs may include very heavy bleeding, bleeding that lasts longer than normal, bleeding that occurs more often than every 3 weeks, or bleeding that occurs after sex or between periods. To diagnose the cause of abnormal perimenopausal bleeding or bleeding after menopause, your health care provider will review your personal and family health history. You will have a physical exam. You also may have one or more of the following tests: Endometrial biopsy, Transvaginal ultrasound, Sonohysterography, Hysteroscopy, or Dilation and curettage (D&C).
AWC offers testing for men and women. Many STDs can cause irreversible damage, including infertility, if left unchecked. Schedule your confidential test today.
We offer routine gynecological exams that include: Medical history review with a clinician, Blood pressure and weight check, Breast exam, Pelvic exam, Chlamydia / Gonorrhea screen, Pap test.