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The doctors and midwives at Florida Women’s Center are often asked where to find the most current and reliable information regarding OB/GYN and midwifery care, pregnancy, menopause and the latest therapies and minimally-invasive procedures, including robotics, available for progressive gynecologic disorders. Though the team prides themselves on taking ample time with each patient to ensure they thoroughly understand their care options, as well as the therapies, treatments and minimally-invasive surgical procedures available, there’s always more to know. For that reason, the medical team at Florida Women’s Center has provided a list of websites that will help guide the patient’s education, understanding and healing process—from dietary recommendations to recommended medications to take while pregnant.

Please keep in mind that just as medical advancements are ever-changing and advancing, so is the presence of information on the internet. It is important to use caution while perusing outside websites, Florida Women’s Center cannot substantiate any other site’s claims or medical recommendations.

Use the list of women’s health references below and search on your own. Bring all your questions to your next Florida Women’s Center appointment or bring up any concerns and issues via the Contact Form.

Women’s Health and OB/GYN Online Resources

Organization

Link

Adiana (Permanent Contraception)

www.adiana.com

American Academy of Pediatricians

www.aap.org

American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists

www.aagl.org

American College of Nurse-Midwives

www.mymidwife.org

The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

www.acog.org

Babies R Us

www.babiesrus.com

Babble

www.babble.com

BabyCenter

www.babycenter.com

Bedsider – all about birth control

www.bedsider.org

BreastFeeding.com

www.breastfeeding.com

The Bump

www.thebump.com

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

www.cdc.gov

Covidien, a global healthcare products leader

www.covidien.com

DNA Services of America

Paternity and Family Relationship Testing Services

800-927-1635

www.dnasoa.com

Endometriosis Association

www.endometriosisassn.org/

Essure

www.essure.com

Fit Pregnancy

www.fitpregnancy.com

Florida Hospital Altamonte – The Baby Place

http://www.floridahospitalaltamonte.com/services/florida-hospital-altamontes-birth-center

Food and Drug Administration

www.fda.gov

Gardasil

HPV Vaccine

www.gardasil.com

Health Care for Women

www.hcfw.com

Hyster Sisters - Woman-to-woman hysterectomy support

www.hystersisters.com

InterStim (Medtronic)

www.everyday-freedom.com

Interstitial Cystitis Association

www.ichelp.org

International Pelvic Pain Society

www.pelvicpain.org

Kelly Mom (Parenting & Breastfeeding)

www.kellymom.com

AmericanCollegeof Nurse Midwifery

www.midwife.org

MedicineNet.com - We bring Doctors’ Knowledge to You

www.medicinenet.com

Mirena

www.mirena.com

My Pregnancy Guide

www.mypregnancyguide.com

My Pregnancy Baby

http://www.mypregnancybaby.com/

My Pyramid (Now Choose My Plate)

www.choosemyplate.gov

NovaSure

www.novasure.com

National Vulvodynia Association (NVA)

www.nva.org

National Vulvodynia Treatment Registry

www.nva.org/treatmentregistry.html

North American Menopause Society

www.menopause.org

NovaSure

www.novasure.com

NuvaRing

www.nuvaring.com

ParaGard

www.paragard.com

Parents

www.parent.com

Postpartum Support International

www.postpartum.net

Power Surge

www.power-surge.com

Smart Momma

www.smartmomma.com

US Department of Agriculture

www.usda.gov

US Department of Health and Human Services

National Digestive Diseases

http://digestive.niddk.nih.gov/ddiseases/pubs/ibs_ez/

US Department of Agriculture

www.choosemyplate.gov

US Department of Health and Human Services

National Kidney & Urologic Diseases

http://kidney.niddk.nih.gov/kudiseases/pubs/interstitialcystitis/

US Department of Health and Human Services Office of Women’s Health

www.womenshealth.gov

What to Expect

www.whattoexpect.com

Women’s Health

www.womenshealth.gov

Women to Women (menopause)

www.womentowomen.com