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Video: Don’t Let Urinary Incontinence Keep You From Your Life

If you’ve come to our office complaining of urinary leakage, we want you to know that you aren’t alone. Approximately 18 million women are affected by this common condition! Urinary leakage can be caused by an organic cause, such as a medication, or a bladder infection. Sometimes, leakage is caused by urethral mobility, or a…

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Covid Pregnancy

KevinMD Feature: What does it even mean to work through the unimaginable?

When the Delta variant hit Mississippi, the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) published alarming statistics for maternal and perinatal deaths. Pregnant women were dying at three times the pre-COVID baseline rate. These young, healthy women would rapidly deteriorate in a matter of days, with three weeks as the average time to death. And those…

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Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

Cervical cancer awareness month is in January, so we should all remember to schedule our annual exam with screening pap smears! Everyone over the age of 21 needs to be screened at regular intervals for cervical cancer. At Metro, we do this easily in the office with liquid-based cytology, where we scrape some cells off…

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KevinMD Feature: The letter this physician wants to write to her patients

Before there was doom-scrolling, there were sad books. For me, it was Chapter 18 in Life and Fate by Vasily Grossman. The chapter is a fictional portrayal of Mr. Grossman imagining his mother’s last words. The protagonist—modeled on the author—and their two mothers have the same fate at the hands of the Nazis. I tried…

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Fighting Against Disinformation Regarding COVID-19 Vaccines

Metro Docs Weigh in on What You Need to Know The U.S. Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek Murthy called for a fight against social media disinformation regarding COVID vaccines. Providers are being censured by their accrediting boards for spreading false information. We will diligently provide up-to-date research from prestigious medical journals, well-designed peer-reviewed studies, and from…

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Breast Cancer Awareness

What to Know About Breast Cancer Screenings

In honor of every “Pinktober” and pink ribbon and breast cancer awareness walk, we wanted to share some words of wisdom from the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG). Did you know that breast cancer affects one in eight women, or 12%, and it counts for 30% of new cancers diagnosed in women annually?…

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