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Colorado Women’s Health e-newsletter archive
- January: Is robotic surgery right for you?
- December: CO Gives Day: Support Research
- November: With You Through Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond
- October: Blood in your poop?
- September: Answering all your sperm questions
- August: Expanding our care with Dr. Birnbaum
- July: Your Partner in Gynecologic Care
- June: Treatments to reduce bladder leakage
- May: Bladder leakage after childbirth?
- April: Avoid Constipation
- March: Overcoming Endometriosis, Heavy Periods & Silence
- February: Tubes, slings, 2nd opinions & Google
- January: Get women health facts year-round
- December: CO Gives Day: Donate
- November: Should Pregnant Women Get a Flu Shot?
- October: Don’t Risk Dementia to Cure OAB
- September: CU Doctors Named Best in Denver
- August: Prepare for post-pregnancy: start doing pelvic floor exercises
- July: The power of a chronic pain diagnosis
- June: Enjoy the outdoors
- May: Embrace Wellness
- April: Thinking about surgery?
- March: From cold indifference to compassion
- February: The birth control that best fits
- January: Tell us about your visit
- December: Specialized care for our youngest patients
- November: Bladder Health Month
- October: She found a friend in her OB-GYN
- September: Her ovary was saved by emergency surgery
- August: Be a hero: Help support life-saving research
- July: Anne’s story: Life and love after cancer
- June: Don’t leak when “urine” the car
- May: Let’s have a chat about women’s health
- April: Relief after years of pain
- March: A diet friendly to your pelvic floor
- February: Pregnancy got you under pressure? Kegel your way to a quick recovery
- January: Your thoughts matter – give us honest feedback
- December: This New Years, resolve to improve your pelvic health
- November: When Kegels aren’t enough
- October: Our team is transforming: meet the new docs
- August: Singing to embryos
- June: Advice on choosing minimally invasive surgery
- May: Reduce your anxiety
- February: Our pelvic floor makeover
- January: Don’t fall for overpriced conception kits
- December: BMI and pelvic organ prolapse
- November: Transplanting wombs?
- September: Dr. Karlotta is a Top Doc again
- October: Pot and pee
- August: Pop guidelines for your health
- July: Smart summer eating
- June: The third party truth
- May: Don’t run from incontinence
- April: With you every step of the way
- March: Hit the road, urinary incontinence
- February: Can your vagina talk?
- January: Not your mother’s kegel
- December: Birth control comeback
- November: Certified care
- October: Your baby, your way
- September: Dr. Karlotta is a Top Doc
- August: Finding the art in ART
- July: Summer eating tips
- June: Legacies of love
- May: Contraceptive comeback
- April: Pregnant after PCOS
- March: Chronic UTI?
- February: Exercising for two
- January: HPV vaccine by the numbers
- December: The safe side
- November: Leaking the word on incontinence
- October: Period problems?
- September: Commitment to fertility
- August: New weight loss fertility program
- July: Angelina Jolie’s brave lesson
- June: CU fertility moves to Stapleton
- April: CU researchers unlock obesity gene
- March: Colorado donated eggs go worldwide
- February: Life with pelvic organ prolapse
- January: Protect your pregnancy from the flu