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11 Ways To Treat Your Endometriosis

We’re here to help you find the best method to treat your endometriosis. Did you know that an estimated 1 in 10 women suffer from endometriosis worldwide? Endometriosis occurs when tissue, similar to the tissue that lines the uterus, begins to grow outside of the uterus and onto areas of the body where it doesn’t […]

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4 Reasons Why You Should Track Your Period

Tracking your period doesn’t have to be hard — or embarrassing. The days of marking a big red dot on your office calendar are gone (unless you’re into that), and there are now a plethora of apps that you can use to easily and discreetly track your period, such as Eve and Clue. You can […]

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Post-Baby Blues? Here Are 5 Ways To Help

It seems counterintuitive, but sometimes during what is arguably one of the most joyful (albeit stressful) times in our lives, we can’t help but to feel depressed. Thankfully, it has nothing to do with how you feel about your newborn bundle of joy, it’s actually quite common. Approximately 70-80% of all new mothers experience negative […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to The Different Types of Birth Control

You know that you should always stay safe during sex (especially if you’re not in a monogamous relationship), but you may also want added protection to ensure that you won’t get pregnant until you’re ready. Unfortunately, there is no “best” birth control option, what’s best for you might not be best for your mom or […]

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Dr. Hawa Travels to Sierra Leone To Perform Laparoscopic Surgery

Dr. Hawa Travels to Sierra Leone To Perform Laparoscopic Surgery

Did you know that Capital Women’s Care Ashburn’s very own Dr. Hawa is the only AAGL Fellow in Loudoun County? He pursued a fellowship in advanced laparoscopic and robotic surgery at the George Washington University Hospital in 2011, and in 2017 he traveled to Sierra Leone with the volunteer-based, non-profit organization Saving Lives Initiative to […]

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