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Women’s Health TX Welcomes Largest San Antonio-Based ObGyn Practice

Women’s Health TX Welcomes Largest San Antonio-based ObGyn Practice Women’s Health Texas (WHT) is excited to expand its reach to San Antonio by welcoming the city’s largest ObGyn practice, Institute for Women’s Health (IFWH) to the physician group, effective April 1st. The addition of IFWH makes Women’s Health Texas the largest ObGyn practice in central…

Abikahled and Kish TX Top Docs Approved Providers

Abikahled and Kish TX Top Docs Approved Providers Dr. Shannon Abikahled and Dr. Karen M. Kish are approved as TX Top Doctor for ObGyn services. TX Top Docs qualify providers through a multi-step process that includes an initial questionnaire, background check, and internal review by medical professionals for inclusion within their directory. USA Top Docs…

Women’s Health Texas Featured on Cover of Inside Healthcare Magazine

Women’s Health Texas Featured on Cover of Inside Healthcare Magazine Women’s Health Texas received a front-page feature and an extended article in Inside Healthcare Magazine, a national publication that covers executive topics and emerging trends in the healthcare industry. The article details the formation and growth of Women’s Health Texas, its progression in recent years…

How to assess your risk for developing Ovarian Cancer

How to assess your risk for developing Ovarian Cancer. Here are some facts about Ovarian Cancer and tips on what you can do to assess your risk for developing this disease. Ovarian cancer is the fifth leading cause of cancer deaths among women, accounting for 15,000 deaths annually. It’s estimated that 1 in 75 women…

Is Addyi worth the risk?

Is Addyi worth the risk?. ADDYI is the “Viagra for women” –or so they say. The FDA recently approved Addyi (Flibanserin) for treatment of hypoactive sexual desire disorder in premenopausal women. It is estimated that 40-50 percent of women have some sort of sexual dysfunction and this is the first medication the FDA has approved…

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