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Veterans Day 2018

Ob/Gyn Specialists Honors Veterans Day 2018 Ob/Gyn Specialists is pleased to honor our veterans on Veterans Day 2018. Please contact Ob/Gyn Specialists at 478-743-4646 with questions. Back to Ob/Gyn Specialists Home Page

Central Georgia Health Network Secure Health in-network care

Ob/Gyn Specialists Announces New In-Network Care Ob/Gyn Specialists is pleased to announce that we are now able to offer in-network care for Central Georgia Health Network and Secure Health patients. Our practice at Ob/Gyn Specialists continues to strive to find best methods to serve Middle Georgia and is proud to make this announcement and partnership….

Happy Halloween

Happy Halloween from Ob/Gyn Specialists Happy Halloween from Ob/Gyn Specialists and check out a photo gallery of how we celebrated below. Halloween Photo Gallery Ob/Gyn Specialists will be open this Halloween, October 31st, 2018 under usual business hours. Please contact Ob/Gyn Specialists at 478-743-4646 with questions. Back to Ob/Gyn Specialists Home Page

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast Cancer Awareness Month Breast Cancer Awareness Month is recognized this month, October, 2018. Ob/Gyn Specialists is supportive of Breast Cancer Awareness Month this month.  Mammograms and all questions and concerns can be directed to our office.  We are here to help! Please contact Ob/Gyn Specialists at 478-743-4646 with questions. Back to Ob/Gyn Specialists Home…

Medical Assistants Recognition Week

Medical Assistants Recognition Week Medical Assistants Recognition Week is October 15-19. OBGYN Specialists of Macon recognizes the effort and dedication of all of our Medical Assistants.  Everyone at OBGYN appreciates their time and dedication to the staff and our patients.  We wish our Medical Assistants a great week! Please contact OBGYN at 478-743-4646 with questions….

closed Thursday, October 11th

OBGYN Specialists Closed Thursday, October 11th OBGYN Specialists will be closed Thursday, October 11th due to expected incoming weather. OBGYN wants all of our patients and everyone in the area to be safe during this time of inclement weather. Please contact OBGYN at 478-743-4646 with questions. Back to OBGYN Home Page

OBGYN Specialists of Macon Labor Day hours

OBGYN Specialists of Macon Labor Day Hours OBGYN Specialists of Macon Labor Day hours.  The office will be closed Monday, September 3rd in observance of Labor Day. The office will open back up on Tuesday under normal hours.  OBGYN wishes everyone a safe and restful holiday weekend. Contact OBGYN at 478-743-4646 with questions. Back to…

Dr. Christina Cox

OBGYN Specialists of Macon Welcomes Dr. Christina Cox Dr. Christina Cox, MD is a native of Laurinburg, North Carolina.  She graduated from North Carolina State University, where she was a Park Scholar.  She went on to earn her Doctorate of Medicine at the Morehouse School of Medicine.  Her residency in obstetrics and gynecology was also…

OBGYN Specialists of Macon 3D Mammography

OBGYN Specialists of Macon Offers 3D Mammography 3D mammography, or breast tomosynthesis, is a relatively new breast imaging procedure approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 2011. Like traditional mammography, 3D mammography uses X-rays to produce images of breast tissue in order to detect lumps, tumors or other abnormalities. 3D mammography is capable…

Flu Home Care Guide – 2018   Influenza Medication Fact Sheet PDF ·        If you get the flu, antiviral drugs are a treatment option. ·        It is very important that antiviral drugs are used early to treat hospitalized patients, people with severe flu illness, and people who are at high risk for flu complications because…

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month Did you know that according to the American Cancer Society the death rate for breast cancer decreased by 36% between 1989 and 2012?   Early detection is a major reason for this! Early detection comes with the patient and physician working together to detect changes in the breast that could…

Pregnancy and exercise

Exercise and Pregnancy Some people are dedicated exercisers, for them exercising during pregnancy is a given.  They want to continue their normal routine as long as they can while waiting on the baby.   For women who struggle to get into the exercise routine, pregnancy may seem like the perfect excuse to give up exercise for…

Flu Season

The 2017 flu season is upon us! Don’t forget to get your influenza vaccine. While we are not administering it at our office, it is widely available. Pregnant women are considered to be at increased risk and should be immunized as soon as possible during pregnancy. If you have questions about the influenza vaccine we…

Breastfeeding

See below for information on breastfeeding.  The information is presented by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.

How to stay safe from Zika this Summer There has been much talk lately about the spread Zika virus. But, what does that mean for you? If you are pregnant or trying to conceive, extra care should be taken to avoid exposure to  the virus. It is known to cause a birth defect called microcephaly…

Pertussis, also known as whooping cough, is a highly contagious respiratory disease caused by the bacterium Bordetella pertussis. Pertussis is known for uncontrollable, violent coughing which often makes it hard to breathe. After fits of many coughs, someone with pertussis often needs to take deep breaths which result in a “whooping” sound. Pertussis most commonly…

Urethral Sling

What is it? A minimally invasive, outpatient procedure to treat stress urinary incontinence. How is it done? The procedure is done in the operating room usually under general anesthesia. Three small incisions are made: A 1-inch incision in the vagina and 2 mini incisions between the labia and inner thigh. A ribbon of mesh, about…

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