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Understanding menopause

As women age, a lot of changes occur. We may be privy to the formation of fine lines and wrinkles on the face, as well as changes in our energy levels each and every day. Another lifestyle change may be that of perimenopause and menopause, the period of time when the reproductive system begins to …

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STD’s 101: What is syphilis?

It has been determined by the Center for Disease Control, or the CDC, that one in five adults in the United States has or has had a sexually transmitted disease, or STD. Unfortunately, many STDs don’t have noticeable symptoms, which can make it even more important that patients who are sexually active with different partners …

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Twelve contraception options for women to consider for preventing pregnancy

Women of the East Brunswick, NJ area who are considering their options for birth control might be confused as to the many options available to them. At GYN Choices, we are here to educate women on contraception choices that can be obtained to prevent or reduce the risk of pregnancy with sexual intercourse. Our team …

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Why should I test for sexually transmitted diseases and how often should I be tested?

While sex can be invigorating, joyful, and fun, this intimate skin-to-skin contact can also leave individuals with an increased risk of transmitting a sexually transmitted disease, or STD. While STDs may carry a negative stigma in both men and women, they are incredibly common. In fact, the American Sexual Health Association reports that approximately 50% …

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