If you have been diagnosed with a gynecologic condition and/or are scheduled for a certain procedure, we understand how important it is to have all the information you can get about it at your fingertips. And while there are plenty of online sources of medical information out there, it helps to know which ones are reliably up-to-date and correct. We suggest the following resources as credible information troves on multiple gynecologic health issues; however, we encourage you to ask Dr. Sampson or Dr. Williams about any specific health matter you may have, and to weigh the advice you receive from your personal physician above that which you read on the Internet.
The following websites are credible places to start any search on an OB-GYN issue or treatment:
- Information on women’s health issues from the National Institutes of Health
- Women’s health and wellness topics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Womenshealth.gov, a treasure trove of information on women’s health topics created by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Resources
- Women’s health topics from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration