In young adulthood, Dr. Brown focuses on health education and important screenings and yearly exams. As a woman becomes sexually active, it is vital that she have a doctor she can trust to advise her on family planning, common gynecological conditions, and lifestyle strategies. As that woman decides to begin a family, Dr. Brown is ready to guide her through pregnancy and delivery.
When the childbearing years are over, a new list of health questions begins to emerge. Perimenopause and menopause are times of great change in a woman’s body and mind, and often require the help or intervention of a health professional.
Whatever the stage you may find yourself in, you can trust that Dr. Brown and his staff have the expertise to help you live life to the fullest.
Deciding when and how you start a family are serious and deeply personal issues. Dr. Brown can help you review birth control methods.
Menstruation is a normal part of a woman’s life. But when cramps and bleeding interfere with your normal activities, it’s time to talk with Dr. Brown.
Fibroids are a common type of tumor in the uterus that are usually benign. These benign tumors should be watched carefully.
Endometriosis can cause in women, debilitating pain, heavy and irregular periods, and can be a factor in infertility. Are you suffering with these symptoms? Let's talk.
This is the time in a woman’s life when she is no longer able to bear children but still needs attention from her Gynecologist. We look forward to serving your needs.
Dr. Brown will discuss hormone therapy options with you and determine the best course of action. This can be the best time of your life!
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommends yearly appointments for a woman to maintain health and prevent disease.
Cysts are fluid-filled sacs that form on the ovaries. In most cases, they resolve on their own. But sometimes they may cause pain and discomfort.
A Pap smear tests the health of women's cervix. Factors like age and sexual history determine how often you will receive a Pap test.